Automox is hosting a jam-packed power hour of four flash sessions where you can learn from practitioners (just like you) who are already using Automox.
There will also be a Q&A chat to ask your most pressing questions and get easy-to-use, ready-to-implement solutions.
So mark your calendar and snag a seat now for the first-ever Automox Virtual Mini-Summit on May 23, 2023, at 12 pm ET.
Automox Virtual Mini-Summit 2023: The Agenda
The 2023 State of IT Operations Report states that 55% of organizations don't feel they're managing their endpoints efficiently. Find out from current customers how Automox can change that.
The mini-summit will be split into 4, 15-minute sessions. Here's the lineup:
1. How to improve your environment and build a world-class IT org
In this special session, one of Automox's coolest, most prolific customers will dive into how Automox is helping them build a world-class IT org at scale as well as share the best tips for getting the most out of your endpoint management.
2. Find out how a Director of InfoSec leaves work at work
Learn about automation and features that knock grueling, manual tasks out of the park and leave teams with no homework.
3. Piece together the whole patching puzzle
Discover the missing piece and learn how to fit the rest of your patching puzzle pieces together to work faster and secure your environment.
4. Get the secret to lightweight simplicity for a Director of Cyber & InfoSec
Learn about the top Automox features that make the biggest difference in day-to-day operations.
This is your chance to learn about the Automox platform from the IT professionals who use it daily.
The sessions will show you how to:
■ Gain end-to-end visibility of your complete software inventory so you can deploy and patch from one console.
■ Boost efficiency with Automox Worklets for Windows, macOS, and Linux to kiss manual tasks goodbye.
■ Simplify day-to-day IT operations with automation to take the trouble out of IT troubleshooting.
Join the Automox Virtual Mini-Summit to learn more about Automox.
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