Sept 16-17th UCMDB Expert day. Challenge our HP Experts.
UCMDB is hosting an Online Expert Day on September 16-17th, 2014! Mark this on your calendars!
We would like to invite you to join us in the uCMDB Support Customer Forum on September 16-17th when HP product Experts will be online for 24 hours to answer any questions regarding ANY TOPIC on UCMDB.
What is an Online Expert Day?
Online Expert Day is an event when HP product, R&D, and Support team members and other employees join our online forums to answer your toughest technical questions. Online Expert Days give you a chance to talk directly with the HP Experts!
How does the Online Expert Day event work?
Starting on September 16th at 07:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time / 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time / 02:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time, log in to the uCMDB Support Customer Forum and create new posts to ask your questions.
The Online Expert Day will end on September 17th at 07:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time / 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time / 02:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time.
HP Experts will be online for 24 hours in the forum and will do their best to answer your questions. They may need to get some more information from you so please check the box "email me when someone replies". An online conversation will be born!
To participate, you do need access to the uCMDB Support Customer Forum if you don’t have access, please add your Support Agreement ID (SAID) to your HP Passport profile and log in again.
If you have a valid support contract and are still experiencing issues, please send an email to email@example.com.
For more information on our Support Customer Forums and how to add your Support Agreement ID (SAID) to your HP Passport profile, please click here.
For upcoming Online Expert Days, please bookmark the HP Software Online Support Services - Forum events page.
If you have questions regarding the Online Expert Day event, please reply to this message.
We look forward to your attendance and your questions!
HP Software Online Support Services
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