We are know that the greatest opportunities derive from capitalizing on disruptions and chaos in technology. That is exactly the landscape in 2014 with the April 8, 2014 end-of-support deadline looming for Server 2003 (including Small Business Server 2003), Windows XP and Office 2003. Attend this packed two-hour workshop to discover:
Five pillar messages to engage clients and capitalize on the April; 8, 2014 chaos
Where to go after April 8th
Why Windows 7 Pro?
Why Windows 8.1 Pro?
Why Office 2013 Pro?
Why Office 365?
Role of VDI?
Impacts of breakage in the SMB IT space
Understand the “Lego Easy” migration methodology
Learn whether application compatibility is a real problem in SMB
Discuss exceptions to the rule including custom support after April 8th and the R2 exception
Perform basic money maker calculations to see if you can increase your income from capitalizing on the disruptions caused by the April 8, 2014 end-of-support deadline
What vertical markets afford the great opportunity?
What is the true duration of the disruption? (You’ll be surprised by the 5thquarter)
Understand what tools you can use to efficiently and effectively complete your migrations including assessment tools, migration tools, back-up services and more.
Appreciate the overall impact of the migration motion in the SMB organization including revisiting what voice solution(s) and
How the Lenovo Combat Kit is a must have in your SMB IT Pro practice.
Why training is the “overlooked” jewel when capitalizing on the IT chaos or disruptions
Discover the secret to incredibly efficient customer acquisition using the well- established MCC approach.
And much more….
EXPECTATION MANAGEMENT: This is NOT a hands-on lab (HOL).
Bonus: Snacks, Beverages, Door Prizes! This exam cram session is delivered by SMB Nation’s Jay Weiss – a career geek!
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY LENOVO!
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