Posted by Rubel Khan on August 21, 2011
The Microsoft Office 365 Overview provides an excellent perspective of the overall value Office 365 provides to modern organizations in terms of productivity, access, familiarity, security, control and reliability. This section will help IT Pros better understand the options and advantages organizations have by taking this approach.
Posted in Free Training, How Do I? Videos, Learning Snacks, Lync Server, Microsoft Technology, Office 365 | Tagged: Exchange Online, Lync Server, Office 365, PowerShell, SharePoint Online | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on July 5, 2011
If your company is considering Office 365 or if you’re simply curious about this evolving technology, you’ll be interested in these free Jump Start videos, which leverage a "team-teaching" approach.
Each video, presented by Microsoft evangelist Adam (Bomb) Carter and senior Microsoft technologists, features real-world scenarios, best practices, and the benefits and options for adopting Office 365.
Additional training materials are also available on Born to Learn.
Office 365 Platform
Lync & SharePoint Options
Posted in Channel 9, Cloud Computing, E-Learning, Exchange Server, Free Training, How Do I? Videos, Learning Snacks, Lync Server, Microsoft, Microsoft Certifications, Microsoft Learning, SharePoint, TechNet, Tips and Tricks | Tagged: Exchange, Jump Start, Lync, Lync Server, Office 365, SharePoint | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on January 26, 2011
Visit the Microsoft Learning YouTube channel and get free training on Windows 7, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, and other Microsoft products and technologies. You can now view Microsoft Learning training on the platform and browser of your choice. The channel offers both standalone videos and playlists. You can embed videos on your own web site, subscribe to the Microsoft Learning YouTube channel, and access the videos on your mobile phone. Check out the Microsoft Learning Channel on YouTube to find out more! Don’t forget you can still get free training through Learning Snacks here.
Posted in E-Learning, Exchange Server, Free Training, How Do I? Videos, Learning Snacks, Microsoft Learning | Tagged: Exchange Server 2010, Learning Snacks, Microsoft Learning, Windows 7, YouTube | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on January 12, 2011
Learn about Outlook 2010 with resources for IT professionals, developers, and end users. CLICK HERE
From exploring the latest features to assessing compatibility and customizing configurations, the Springboard Series is your destination for technical resources, free tools, and expert guidance to ease the deployment and management of the Microsoft Optimized Desktop, which comprises:
- The Windows Client operating system
- Microsoft Office products
- Windows Internet Explorer
- Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) technologies such as Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) and Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V)
Posted in How Do I? Videos, Learning Snacks, Microsoft Learning, Microsoft Press, Office 2007, Office 2010, TechNet, Tips and Tricks | Tagged: Outlook 2010, Springboard Series, TechNet Resource | 1 Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on November 14, 2010
Learn more about Microsoft Windows Azure Platform, Microsoft Online Services, and other Microsoft cloud offerings by watching the short, bite-sized snacks featured on the Microsoft Silverlight Learning Snacks page.
Cloud computing is a paradigm shift that provides computing over the Internet. It offers infrastructure, platform, and software as services; organizations can use any of these services, depending on their business needs. Organizations can simply connect to the cloud and use the available resources on a pay-per-use basis. Microsoft offers flexible cloud-computing solutions that help communicate, collaborate, and store data in a cloud. The cloud services offered by Microsoft are cost effective, secure, always available, and platform independent. This snack explains the concept of cloud computing and its advantages. The snack also provides an overview of Microsoft’s cloud-computing strategy and offerings.
Posted in Azure, Cloud Computing, Learning Snacks, Microsoft Learning, Microsoft Technology, Windows | Tagged: Cloud, Cloud Computing, Cloud Strategy, Learning Snacks, Windows Azure | 1 Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on October 15, 2010
Would you like to see how others are leveraging Windows Azure? Try out these short Learning Snack videos.
“What is Windows Azure?” “How do I get started on the Windows Azure platform?” “How have organizations benefited by using Windows Azure?” These are some of the questions answered by Microsoft’s new series of Windows Azure Learning Snacks. Time-strapped? You can learn something new in less than five minutes:
Enjoy. Happy Friday!
Posted in Azure, Cloud Computing, Learning Snacks | Tagged: Cloud, Cloud Computing, Cloud Strategy, Learning Snacks, Windows Azure | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on September 6, 2010
Thinking about taking a Microsoft Certification Exam?
Or perhaps one of your friends / colleagues / students is thinking of taking an exam?
What tools are available when you take an exam, how do you maneuver?
When you take an exam you should not need to worry about any of that.
Here’s a ‘snack’ that you can use to get an idea of what to expect.
Posted in Certification, Exam, Learning Snacks, MCAD, MCITP, MCM, MCPD, MCSA, MCSE, MCT, MCTS, Microsoft Certifications, MOS, MTA, SnackBox | Tagged: Certification, Exam, Microsoft, Snack | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on August 31, 2010
This Windows Phone 7 Jump Start video training is for all developers interested in developing applications or games for the new Windows Phone 7 Platform. The course is based on the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Developer Training Kit and taught by Microsoft MVP’s and Microsoft Press Authors, Andy Wigley and Rob S. Miles. Watch these entertaining sessions and complete the labs found on Channel 9 to gain development skills using both Microsoft XNA and Microsoft Silverlight. For copies of the student files and links to demo code, you can go to the Windows Phone 7 Born To Learn Forum.
This session begins with a basic overview of the full 12 hour training. Rob and Andy then jump into an introduction to the Microsoft Windows Phone 7 platform. This is a great starting point for developers new to this exciting new mobile platform.
Session 1: Introduction
Session 2: Building a Silverlight Application, Part 1
Session 3: Building a Silverlight Application, Part 2
Session 4: Building Games for the Windows Phone 7 Platform
Session 5: Building XNA Games for the Windows Phone 7 Platform, Part 1
Session 6: Building XNA Games for the Windows Phone 7 Platform, Part 2
Session 7: Advanced Application Development, Part 1
Session 8: Advanced Application Development, Part 2
Session 9: Advanced Application Development, Part 3
Session 10: Marketing Your Windows Phone 7 Application
Session 11: Working with Media
Session 12: Final Silverlight Topics and Wrap-Up
Posted in Channel 9, Help and How-to, How Do I? Videos, Learning Snacks, Windows Phone | Tagged: Jump Start, Silverlight 4 | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on August 31, 2010
Here are many pages of tutorials and hours of video training sessions that help you learn how to create Windows Client applications. This content is tailored to a variety of learning styles and technical levels. Click
Posted in E-Learning, Help and How-to, How Do I? Videos, Learning Snacks, Microsoft Learning, Microsoft Technology, Tips and Tricks, Visual Studio (.NET) | Tagged: WF, Windows Client, Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation, WPF | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Rubel Khan on July 14, 2010
Microsoft Silverlight Learning Snacks are short, interactive presentations about popular topics created by Microsoft Learning experts. Each Snack is delivered by using innovative Microsoft Silverlight technology and includes various media, such as animations and recorded demos. At the end of each free presentation, you can view more Snacks, learn more about the topic, or visit a related Web site.
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