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WebinarUpcoming Webinar: Should I Move My Database to the Cloud?

So you’ve been running an on-premises SQL Server® for a while now. Maybe you’ve moved it from bare metal to a VM, and have seen some positive benefits. But, do you want to see more? If you said “YES!”, then this session is for you, as James Serra will review the many benefits that can be gained by moving your on-prem SQL Server to an Azure® VM (IaaS). He’ll also talk about the many hybrid approaches, so you can gradually move to the cloud. If you are interested in cost savings, additional features, ease of use, quick scaling, improved reliability, and ending the days of upgrading hardware, this is the session for you.

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Web Help Desk uses tickets to manage service requests. These tickets can be initiated through email, created in the application, and imported from another application. Techs, admins, and clients can also manage tickets through email or through the application in a web browser.

Using Web Help Desk, you can:

For information about using commands (instead of the Web Help Desk Console) to manage tickets, see the Tickets section in the Web Help Desk REST API Guide

 
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