We have just introduced a great opportunity for our Ontario clients to gain powerful insights into new IT research in an engaging workshop – at no cost. Info-Tech Research Group has zero-cost, interactive Pilot Workshops available to Ontario clients for 2-day sessions during the week of:
Be among the first to discover new developments in IT research, and take part in test-driving it to ensure top performance. These dynamic, 2-day workshops will be delivered by our Senior Consulting Analysts – on-site at your location. Your team will collaborate with subject matter experts to create action plans and completed project deliverables.
Sign up now for these workshops – available on a first come, first served basis.
Info-Tech Pilot Workshops
- Optimize your development process for security in an untrusted world BOOKED
- Respond to today’s distributed application complexity and development resource constraints by using PaaS
- Optimize your enterprise collaboration strategy to enable effective teamwork and knowledge sharing BOOKED
- Assess and optimize enterprise architecture capability BOOKED
- Develop a Big Data architecture and implementation plan
- Optimize Business Intelligence with an operating model BOOKED
- Optimize workflows to attain ERP value
- Build the IT capabilities to enable digital marketing success
- Tackle explosive data growth on a tight storage budget
- Build & implement an organic business-driven security governance & management program BOOKED
- Develop a hosted or hybrid IP telephony and UC strategy and implementation plan BOOKED
- Secure your critical systems and intellectual property against advanced persistent threats
- Stop managing end-point devices
BOOK NOW by contacting Will Evanson at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (519) 936-2652 ext. 2914. We will then arrange a 30 minute scoping call with our Senior Consulting Analysts to discuss the details of the workshop and schedule the session at your location.
We welcome you and your organization to collaborate in the development of our exciting new research!