Quest Software complimentary breakfast seminar: Resolving the application performance problem blame game

When:
May 22 - 25, 2012
 
Where:
Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
 
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It's easy to point the finger at technology, groups or individuals, but without an application focused approach to your monitoring strategyb these problems will continue.

The most common way IT finds out about application related problems is still via telephone calls from end users. When problems are identified, resolution can often take too long and involve many people using many disparate tools. All this results in dissatisfied end users, breached SLAs and ultimately impacts the business bottom line. Sound familiar?

Join Quest Software for this complimentary breakfast seminar where solution specialist Jim Katsos will show you how Application Performance Monitoring (APM) can assist your organisation increase the speed to identify and resolve application performance problems.

Brisbane - Tuesday 22 May, Customs House,
Canberra - Wednesday 23 May, Boathouse by the Lake,
Melbourne - Thursday 24 May, Langham Hotel,
Sydney - Friday 25 May, The Establishment
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