As organizations become remote and IT events close their doors due to public health concerns, IT admins need a way to connect with their peers and comrades while also staying healthy. That’s why we’ve created Office Hours, JumpCloud®’s newest resource for the remote IT admin.
What is Office Hours?
JumpCloud Office Hours is an open community forum where IT professionals can join together with JumpCloud’s technical experts to talk shop about the current IT landscape. Each session features a small panel of the top minds at our organization, led by a moderator, who guides experts and attendees through a series of questions sourced from conversations with our customers, and from attendee suggestions.
After those questions are talked through, the discussion turns to topics sourced from the attendee chat. In general, each session lasts around an hour.
When is Office Hours?
Every Friday from 11:30-12:30 ET. Attendees are sent a webinar link via email before the event to join.
What sorts of topics are discussed at Office Hours?
The core focus of this event is to provide IT admins with a place to connect and talk about the IT industry. As such, topics include IT best practices, recent industry trends, and current pain points like remote work and budgeting.
Although some of the topics are determined beforehand by our panel, most of the conversation is based on input from attendees, either sent in ahead of time or during the event. Either way, you need to be signed up to join Office Hours to get your questions discussed.
How to Join Office Hours
If you’re interested in joining the conversation, just sign up with the link below.
Seats are limited, so sign up now to reserve your spot.
How Can I Ask My IT Questions at Office Hours?
As we said earlier, there are two main ways attendees can add their questions to the Office Hours conversation.
- Send in Your Topics Beforehand
By clicking the link above, you’ll be directed to your email client, where you can send in your topics directly to our panel, who will field your question in a coming session (provided you’ve already signed up above).
- Ask in Person
If you’ve already signed up for the next session, then just join us and ask your question in chat. See you there!