LDSTech Broadcast: Managing Meetinghouse Firewalls and Internet Connectivity Print
Written by Paul Scherbel   
Tuesday, 04 December 2012

The next LDSTech broadcast, scheduled for Friday, December 7 at 12:00pm MDT, will cover Technology Manager, a web-based tool designed to help stake and district technology specialists manage Meetinghouse Firewalls and Internet connectivity.

Technology Manager helps improve self-service options and increases the ability of technology specialists to effectively manage meetinghouse networks.

Technology Manager

The 881W Firewall is required to take advantage of most features being added to this tool.

Join us for this broadcast to see a demo of Technology Manager and to find out how technology specialists can begin using it.

Initial release features to be covered:

  • View system announcements
  • Identify meetinghouses with the Cisco 881W Firewall
  • Verify activation and online status of each 881W
  • View IP addressing
  • View ISP information
  • Look up key contact information
  • Provide feedback on the application

The broadcast will provide an overview and demonstration of Technology Manager, with opportunities for questions and answers. You can attend the broadcast either online or in person at the Riverton Office Building. Paul Scherbel, from the Meetinghouse Technology Team in ICS, will give the broadcast.

How to Attend

To attend the LDSTech broadcast, click this Watch Now link at the time of the broadcast. If you live or work near Riverton, Utah, you can also come to the Riverton Office Building (ground floor, Zion room) to watch the broadcast in person.

Each broadcast is recorded, so if you miss one, you can re-watch the recording at any time. In fact, if you arrive late to the broadcast, you can rewind the broadcast and play it from the beginning.

Asking Questions

During the broadcast, remote viewers can ask questions through Twitter. If you don’t already have a Twitter account, you can sign up for one at Twitter.com. When you ask a question, include the hashtag #ldstech in your tweet. For more information, see Twitter and LDSTech.