SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- GroupLink Corporation announces the continuation of "The Best of BrainShare 2011" series for the Novell Technical Training webinar series. The second session of the three part series will begin on 8 of December and will feature three to four 45 minute sessions of technical training. This session will include information on "GWAVA Retain", "The Enterprise Way of Communication", and "The New Threatscape and What You Can Do About It".
Novell technical training webinars are presented monthly by GroupLink, the makers of everything HelpDesk, with guest presenters from companies such as Novell, SUSE Linux, NetIQ, GWAVA, SEP, Kaspersky, Notify Technologies, and many more. These webinars, also known as Cool Success Central (CSC) webinars, are designed to be a resource for new and innovative technologies and include best practices for IT professionals. Information on upcoming and past webinars can be found at http://www.grouplink.com/novellwebinars.html.
The first session of the "Best of BrainShare" series, Christina Chamberlain with Novell discussed ZENworks 11, Mitchell Laur with Notify reviewed mobile device management, and Lanai Bayne from SEP covered backup and disaster recovery solutions.
GroupLink Corporation services over 1,000 enterprise customers and 4,000 worldwide implementations from our US headquarters in Bountiful, Utah. Whether deployed for K12, Higher Education, Government, or other commercial organizations, GroupLink's world class, best-practices Service Desk & CRM/SFA software helps customers automate and add intelligence to their business processes, enhance their profitability, and lower their total cost of ownership.
The help desk solution is designed to streamline, organize, track, and report on trouble tickets and provide essential incident management capabilities. Examples of CRM solutions include constituent relationship management (for state and local government) and alumni and recruitment/continuing education relationship management (for colleges and universities).
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