Dive deep into Operations Management Suite for applications and infrastructure

| September 28, 2016

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With Operations Management Suite you can take advantage of the power of Azure to manage and secure your IT environment, in the cloud and on-premises. Explore the deep capabilities of OMS that enable you to gain visibility into key workloads, automate tasks and ensure consistent configuration, troubleshoot issues and address security threats faster. See how cloud-based backup and disaster recovery can help you ensure the availability of your apps and data. In this session, you will see OMS in action through exciting demonstrations and get a deeper view into how cloud management and security can simplify your cloud experience.

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ECS, a segment of ASGN (NYSE: ASGN), delivers advanced solutions and services in cloud, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), application and IT modernization, and science and engineering. The company solves critical, complex challenges for customers across the U.S. public sector, defense, intelligence and commercial industries.

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