LPI Level Platforms Inc. announced the immediate availability of Managed Workplace 2011, a comprehensive, integrated remote monitoring, management and automation software platform designed for IT service providers offering managed services. This historic major release features comprehensive Automation OnDemand, an optional Device Manager agent to supplement Level Platforms award-winning agentless architecture, and further advances in the platform’s seamless integration with the full IT ecosystem found in most organizations today, including local infrastructure, applications and Cloud services. Managed Workplace 2011 is available in Cloud and On Premise versions.
In conjunction with the release of Managed Workplace 2011, Level Platforms also announced the Managed Workplace 2011 Road Show to take place in 19 cities across North America. In addition to an introduction to the highly anticipated Managed Workplace 2011, attendees will benefit from new industry research and information, open forums led by successful MSPs sharing their insights and experience, and significant exclusive industry announcements from leading vendors working with Level Platforms to help the managed services community enhance the growth and profitability of their businesses in 2011.
This comprehensive and complimentary series of one-day events is designed for existing Level Platforms Partners, current MSPs, solution providers and IT Professionals and offers crucial information for business owners, engineers, sales managers and others who want to improve the competiveness of their businesses in face of the major changes occurring in IT today. Based on preliminary word-of-mouth communications, the Managed Workplace 2011 Road Show has already attracted more than 1000 registrants guaranteeing that this will be one of major managed services events in all of 2011.
The Managed Workplace 2011 Road Show runs from February 8 – February 24. To register for the city of your choice, please visit www.levelplatforms.com/roadshow. Based on overwhelming demand facilities are already being expanded in cities across North America and those planning to participate are encouraged to register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.