Catch Up Now with Our On-Demand Events
Our eLearning events provide you with a unique opportunity to:
We're currently taking registrations for the following classes:
- Immerse yourself in the hottest technology topics around—without leaving the office
- Learn directly from the industry's top experts as they share their real-world advice and perspectives
- Take your skills to the next level in a low-cost, hassle-free way
- Post questions to our instructors and learn from the experiences of your peers
- Conveniently step away from class for few minutes or an entire session (you can view what you missed anytime on-demand for up to 60 days)
Available On-Demand through May 27, 2013
With Dan Holme and Gary Lapointe
Windows PowerShell is the preferred tool for administering and automating SharePoint 2010, 2013, and Office 365. If you've been holding back on learning PowerShell, the time has come to tackle it. There’s no better way to get up to speed, fast, with PowerShell than with SharePoint MVPs Dan Holme and Gary Lapointe as they join forces to accelerate your learning curve in this one-of-a-kind workshop, live and online on March 28. You’ll be administering and automating SharePoint configuration and management by the end of four intensive and highly practical sessions.
Available On-Demand through May 25, 2013
With Paul Turley
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is Microsoft’s flagship reporting tool. A very capable and mature product introduced in 2004, SSRS is the go-to tool for all types of report designs. Report wizards and drag-and-drop features will get you started but the learning curve goes up if you need to design more than basic reports.
Available On-Demand through April 29, 2013
With Paul Robichaux
Every new version of Exchange brings changes, and Exchange 2013 is no exception. This event will help equip you to upgrade to Exchange 2013 by examining the most critical changes Microsoft has made in the new version, including the new division of labor between the mailbox and CAS roles, the introduction of PowerShell 3.0, and a rethinking of how Microsoft believes customers should provide perimeter security and message hygiene for Exchange.
Available On-Demand through April 25, 2013
With Stacia Misner
Excel 2013 includes built-in self-service business intelligence functionality that allows you to delve deeper into your data. You can use Excel to start analyzing data as a simple data model, and then progressively add more data from a variety of data sources to enrich your analysis. Using the PowerPivot add-in, you can fine-tune the structure of the model to better support exploration and enrich the model with calculations and key performance indicators.
Available On-Demand through April 20, 2013
With Ulysses Ludwig
Many SharePoint administrators and developers dive head first into a challenge without knowing all of their options. Many of us listen to the requirements then immediately crack open Visual Studio and start off on our development journey. Unfortunately, anyone who has ever developed for SharePoint using Visual Studio knows that there is no such thing as “quick and easy.” For example, the ambitious developer will need a development environment and possibly even a test and staging environment and there are often complications that arise from the deployment of the code.
It’s time to invest in yourself and give yourself the edge you need.