First ManageEngine Middle East User Conference Commences in Dubai
March 08, 2012
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ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, announced the opening of its first user conference and training event in the Middle East.

Bringing ManageEngine users from around the region together with the company’s product management teams and industry experts, the Middle East User Conference and Training creates a forum to discuss the state of real–time IT and to showcase how the ManageEngine product portfolio can help IT professionals and their organizations meet the needs of the evolving business world.

The two-day conference follows similar events held throughout the United States and Europe and anticipates events planned for Australia in March and April, 2012.

The Middle East Conference is taking place at The Address Dubai Marina, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on March 7-8, 2012. Details can be found at

Highlights of the ManageEngine Middle East User Conference include:

* Guest keynote speech by Stephen Mann, senior analyst, Forrester Research, Inc.

* Real–world case study presentations by Mohamed Shabib Al Marzouqi, ITSD team leader and Ciju Kurian, systems analyst at ZADCO in Abu Dhabi

* Consultant insights about ManageEngine and its suite of real–time IT tools from Mohamed Nayaz, a consultant with Ernst & Young, Oman

* A question and answer session with Jeevan Thankappan, senior editor, Network World Middle East, chairing the customer panel

More than 250 attendees — from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt and even Russia — have already preregistered to attend this event.

On day two of the event, ManageEngine product experts will conduct in–depth training sessions on the use of featured products, and attendees can earn a "ManageEngine Certified Professional" designation by attending these training sessions.

Two training tracks will be held at the Dubai Marina hotel on March 8:

* Track 1 (ITSM track) offers training in ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus and Desktop Central.

* Track 2 (Network track) offers training in ManageEngine OpManager (network performance management), NetFlow Analyzer (bandwidth and traffic analysis) and Applications Manager (applications performance management).

Individuals attending the training sessions will be able to meet the team that developed the ManageEngine suite, provide direct feedback and suggest new features.

Registration for the Middle East User Conference and Training event is still open. Click here for more information.

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