Cireson at the ATLE Convergence Conference

This week, the Cireson Team travels to Edmonton, Canada, to attend, sponsor, and speak at the ATLE Convergence Conference. Fusing technology and education, this event will surely be an amazing opportunity to meet new faces, share all the latest innovations from our app store, and learn about how these two sectors are joining forces around the Alberta region and beyond. We are also truly excited to educate individuals on how System Center can completely change the IT infrastructure experience for the better.

As a Microsoft Partner who has long been committed to enhancing the System Center experience for educational clients around the world, we know that we have some amazing innovations to share with ATLE attendees. In fact, we love the look on people’s faces when they get to live demo our apps such as the Cireson Analyst Web Console, and suddenly their faces light up and they realize the amazing possibilities.

While we always enjoy attending events and sharing the Cireson love, this event in particular will be great fun, as we’ll get to talk about the upcoming Self Service Portal and our two new app releases: the View Builder and Release Calendar that are new as of today! We’ll also get to present with Edmonton Catholic School District’s Ian Macialek (at 9am on Nov. 22nd), where we’ll fire up the audience with live demonstrations and interactive examples – not to mention our Surface 2 giveaway. For those at the ATLE conference, come by booth #24 to register for the drawing!

@IT_Monkey will be in fine form as always, chatting up conference-goers and hanging out all over the place. His current favorite topics include the new Outlook Console app, the Self Service Portal, and banana coconut smoothies – go figure.

To keep up on our experiences in Edmonton throughout the week, find us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or LinkedIn. There’s never a dull moment when Team Cireson goes international.

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