Today, at an online event, Microsoft is discussing how technology can improve employee engagement and communications; we have embedded the live stream so that you can view the conference.
Ever visited the Microsoft Premium Field Engineering (PFE) blogs? If you haven’t, Petri IT Knowledgebase founder Daniel Petri explains why you should.
Our friends at TrainSignal are celebrating their 10th anniversary by giving away a free trip to VMware VMworld, TechEd, Citrix Synergy, or Cisco Live 2013. Read for details on how to enter!
Are you looking to learn SharePoint but don’t know where to start? In this post, IT veteran Michael Simmons lists some great resources — both free and paid — to help get you started, from instructor-led and online courses, to books and blogs.
Don’t miss free, live webinars happening this month on Windows 8, IT security fundamentals, and how to build a successful IT career with the new generation of Microsoft certifications.
Where is the CCNA 2012 update? That’s the question a lot of CCNA candidates have on their mind. Many are in a limbo state where they’re not preparing for their CCNA because they’re awaiting the new exam. If this is you, then this article will help you understand Cisco’s certification revision process and how to prepare for the CCNA in 2012.
Microsoft has recently made some significant changes in the way they’re running the certification program, including the return of the #1 certification in the Windows world: the MCSE. In this post, Michael Simmons talks about the changes in Microsoft’s new certification program and what the new MCSE means for IT pros.
Take a look at our June list of free webinars for IT pros. This month our webinar lineup includes presentations on Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V, Security and Data Privacy, VMware Backup and more.
Jumpstart your learning with free webinars from some of the biggest names in IT! Check out our list of upcoming webinars for the month of May on browser security, disaster recovery, Exchange HA, SCOM and SCCM, VMware certifications and more.
The reinvention of the MCSE has spawned a number of opinions, both good and bad. In this article, MCT Ed Liberman shares his opinions about how things are falling into place as well as his advice on how IT professionals should be approaching the new certification program from Microsoft.