Continuum Kicks Off Technical Roadshow

Posted March 10, 2016by Ben Barker


Today, Continuum will embark on a Technical Roadshow that will last seven weeks and cover 10 different cities across the United States. The roadshow will provide technical training on both its Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) and Continuity247, its fully managed backup and disaster recovery (BDR) platform. The first stop on the journey is in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania.

The training sessions are conducted by Continuum University, which provides free hands-on training for the company’s MSP partners with up-to-date, in depth information on the latest product features to ensure maximum value of Continuum’s IT management platform. Attendees can either choose from one of the two sessions, with the RMM training occurring in the morning and the BDR training taking place in the afternoon, or go all in and attend both sessions, free of charge. 

Check out the list below to see if there will be a Technical Roadshow training in your neck of the woods!


3/10/16 – Cranberry, PA
3/15/16 – Denver, CO and Los Angeles, CA
3/17/16 – Hollywood, FL
3/31/16 – Parsippany, NJ



4/7/16 – Waltham, MA
4/14/16 – Columbia, MD
4/21/16 – San Francisco, CA and Dallas, TX
4/28/16 – Concord, NC

The RMM session, titled, "RMM Essentials," focuses on monitoring and alerting, patching and scripting. Attendees will investigate advanced monitoring features such as Mail Monitoring, and they will walk away with a handful of personally customized scripts that they start running on client sites, including the installation of Microsoft Office.

The BDR session goes into detail on the technical features and benefits of Continuum's backup solution, including best practices when protecting servers. Attendees will learn how to manage cloud storage, set bandwidth throttling and perform different disaster recovery tasks in the demo portion of the training. There will even be a “sneak peek” of the Continuity247 v2.0 user interface. 

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