Welcome to Spiceworks University!
We're looking forward to bringing the following great class to your 'hood - we hope you'll join us for this full day of HANDS-ON Spiceworks training! Make sure to register by the Early Bird date (shown above in the ticket section) to get the best price.
Are you a first time user of Spiceworks? Been using it for a while but want to get extra insights from an expert user? If so, then Spiceworks 101: Foundations & Lab is the class for you!
SpiceTrainer Craig McCarty will be your tour guide as you get a full day of Spiceworks know-how,
hands-on practice and demos. Plus, you’ll receive an official certificate of completion to proudly display! Throughout the day you'll be given time to meet up with other IT pros in your area – swap stories, tech solutions or just catch up. Here's how the day will go:
Part 1: Community & Inventory (8am - 12pm)
• What’s up with the Spiceworks Community
• Navigating the UI, and configuring your set up
• Fully inventory your network scan and avoid common pitfalls
• Keep tabs on your network with monitors, alerts and reports
LUNCH BREAK! -- (12pm-1pm)
• We'll break for an hour for lunch so you can absorb all the morning's know-how, catch up on
email, and grab a bite to eat nearby!
Part 2: Help Desk & Purchasing (1pm - 5pm)
· • How to create a help desk and manage your ticketing system
• Communication/portal management with your users
• All about the Spiceworks knowledge base and sharing articles
• • Purchasing workflows and tracking in Spiceworks
• Managing your installation and accessing Spiceworks on the go
This is a HANDS-ON class, so please bring your laptop! We’ll give you access to a demo environment to complete exercises and dig into the nitty-gritty.
Please direct all questions and comments to SpiceTrainer Craig McCarty.
With more than 10 years in network and systems administration, Craig manages the North Carolina SpiceCorps, is a Product Advisor, and is the Group Admin for the Dell, IT Jobs/Careers, Microsoft Exchange, North Carolina, and Telecommuting groups in the Spiceworks Community. He’s been using Spiceworks since version 1.5, so he’s seen Spiceworks grow, change and become better and better with each release.
Find him on the community: Craig M