Productivity through Smart Self-Service for IBM MQ and IIB:
Delegate and Collaborate
Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)
Hosted by WebSphereUserGroup.org sponsored by
Modern IT departments are juggling larger workloads each year. Yet if IT is answering all tickets and questions for every project team, bottlenecks are inevitable. These ultimately amount in delayed or cancelled projects.
Attend this webcast to learn how to manage an IT ecosystem with an emphasis on visibility, collaboration and delegation, maximizing resource productivity. Position individual users and teams to take actions on their own, eliminating the bottleneck of waiting for a central administrator to make minor changes–all while preserving corporate security policies.
You will get tips on how to:
• Grant users their own virtual environment to view messaging transactions and provide visibility to only what is relevant to their project needs.
• Allow users to collaborate by sharing these virtual environments amongst project team members across various middleware technologies.
• Quickly and easily configure user permissions to enforce corporate policies within each project and maintain a complete audit trail of user actions.
• Gain time by levering all project members in parallel rather than having them wait in a queue.
Register today and gain an understanding of how MQ and IIB management can be a secure and user-friendly practice for the entire enterprise, from the target servers to the user desktop.
Anyone who registers and attends the live webcast will be automatically entered into a drawing to win a $50 Amazon gift card.
Peter D’Agosta, Product Manager, Avada Software
Peter D’Agosta has been in IT for 30 years. Currently the Product Manager for Avada Software, his background includes application and systems programming, enterprise architecture, consulting, management, analysis of strategic 24/7 systems including airline, banking, and internet, as well as technology innovation. Peter has overseen infrastructures for airlines, branch banking, and online service companies before moving into the software vendor arena where he worked with new innovations in portal and web service technology. Interspersed with consulting engagements with some of the world’s largest managed services companies, Peter’s wide-ranging background provides him a unique perspective in applied technologies.
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