With so many of us working from home these days, it’s more important than ever to understand the full power of Office 365 (which for many of you will be labeled Microsoft 365 beginning April 21, 2020). Perhaps your company provided you a license, but you haven’t explored it yet. Well, now it’s time.
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We all know that cloud usage is growing. Enterprises and IT professionals are focusing on developing skills to use cloud services internally because outside talent is either hard to find or hard on the pocketbook.
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We will look at six major trends, but not just in IT or cybersecurity, but also in the workplace in general, and how we, as IT professionals, can understand the cybersecurity implications.
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As we look ahead to 2020, I’m excited to announce we have added new classes to our offerings that clients have been asking for! I believe we have hit the trifecta!
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Microsoft’s Power BI is now the tool to supply visualizations to all forms of data, regardless of the type of profession for which a person is employed. Power BI is built for anyone with data that needs to be analyzed, and there just isn’t anything better in the realm of technology today.
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The makeup of a modern desktop is simple: Windows 10 with Office 365 ProPlus—which are built in and driven by the cloud so that their scale, compute, automation, intelligence, and flexibility can simplify your IT.
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One of the most popular migrations to the cloud is to implement Microsoft Office 365, followed by Exchange Online, Skype for Business (or Teams) Online and SharePoint Online services. So, what are the differences between Microsoft 365 and Office 365? Are they the same? How do I learn the skills needed to manage services in the Cloud?
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I probably shouldn’t say this, but to be perfectly frank, there are four or five classes that I prefer to teach more than the rest. If you’re in a class with me, you probably won’t know that I like (or dislike) one more than any other. Having said all that, let me tell you about a class I’m especially fond of teaching.
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Microsoft recently announced it will retire its Software Assurance Training Voucher (SATV) program over a multi-year transition period. Microsoft is making significant investments to increase the alignment and quality of training offerings and certifications from which customers can benefit.
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In this commentary, you are going to learn the four basic parts of Microsoft Access and how familiarizing yourself with these four different objects will enhance productivity, keep your data safe and ultimately, provide peace of mind that any information you need to extract from the data set is at your fingertips any time it is requested.
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