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By | Jamie Bodkin 25th March 2009 15:44

Are you making the most of your IT?

Three Regcasts for the masses

In recent weeks, The Register broadcast three live webcasts looking at software productivity for mid-sized businesses.

They were all based on surveys we conducted with the Reg Technology Panel. And yes, they were sponsored by Microsoft and our analyst partner Freeform Dynamics. Reg moderator Tim Phillips kept our experts in line and fires out reader questions and elicits tips on best practice.

Several hundred people watched each show as they broadcast - and feedback was good. The webcasts are about an hour long and are now available on demand.

Time for some links:

Security for mid-sized businesses
The panel considers the business drivers and constraints of medium-sized organisations, while examining the effect of the latest IT security techniques on the current threat landscape.

Business Intelligence Regcast
The panel assesses BI and why it’s more relevant than ever, as they delve into practical issues and challenges, and provide helpful resources and advice on how to build a solid business case for IT strategy.

Driving revenue with effective IT
The Register's experts provide advice and anecdotes on effective IT use, featuring a look at unlocking potential throughout the business, maximising current software use and combating the squeeze.

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