Posted by: Troy Tate
e-learning, education, Exchange Server, Microsoft, Microsoft Virtualization, online training, Vista, web 2.0, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista
In today’s business environment it is always a challenge to get technology training as it seems like training is one of the first things to get cut.
Microsoft has always been a great source of free training material that can help make IT professionals and user’s use of technology much more effective. A Microsoft training resource you may not have heard of is Microsoft Learning Snacks. These are short (most between 3-20 minutes long) Silverlight-based self-paced presentations that you can watch at anytime from your computer. The topics available include:
- Core Infrastructure Optimization
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
- Microsoft Silverlight
- Web 2.0 Development
- Windows 7
- Windows Essential Business Server 2008
- Windows Server 2008
- Windows Vista
If you have a little craving for education and your budget does not permit you to go to offsite training, check out the Microsoft Learning Snacks. And, as is true with most snacks, you won’t be filled up here but maybe this will guide you into gaining a better understanding of these Microsoft technologies.
Thanks for reading and let’s continue to be good network citizens!