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The battle for IT security has been nearly three decades in the making. IT professionals from every industry face the challenges of security every day. As technology continues to evolve and hackers become more clever, companies are left to wonder if anyone will be able to solve the security problem. Microsoft believes they have the solution today.Read More
Sometimes it can be challenging to know what training classes you should take. To make this process a little easier, we’re sharing the classes other professionals in the IT industry have been signing up for in the past month.Read More
The following are classes that have been added to our schedule recently. Click through on the titles to help you determine which classes you will need to add to your 2017 training plan.
Many of these are so new dates are not posted on the website yet, but they will be shortly. If you are interested in a class and a particular date would work best for you, let your Training Advisor know and we will try to schedule the class on that date!Read More
Centriq understands that it can be difficult to determine how best to map out a training plan for an entire year. However, those who do take the time to plan ahead see many benefits such as keeping up with industry changes, being in touch with all the latest technology developments and staying ahead of competitors.Read More
Big news … Microsoft has developed a way for you to easily share certification and exam completions with digital badges! Your digital badge allows you to easily share the details of your skills to your professional network in a way that is trusted and verifiable.
Your Microsoft badge empowers you to:Read More
Microsoft customers learned at last month’s official launch of SharePoint Server 2016 that the on-premises collaboration would not be the company’s last major upgrade. The following is a summary of Redmond Magazine’s article about this launch of SharePoint Server 2016 and other exciting new features Microsoft is planning to release. To read the full article, follow the link at the bottom of the page.
Microsoft revealed its plans to offer new capabilities designed first for Office 365 that will come to the server edition. In addition, SharePoint Server customers won’t have to wait the typical three years for a new version as there will be Feature Packs coming next year that bring many capabilities built for Office 365 SharePoint Online.Read More
Microsoft has gained supremacy in analytics and real-time reporting with Power BI, currently available only as an online cloud service. A revamped on-premises SQL Server Reporting Services 2016 will deliver rich features, including a new UI, delivery of KPIs and HTML5-based reporting. The integration of these two services has much potential, but for now, is only a statement of direction.Read More
Every year Redmond Channel Partner’s puts out the Microsoft Product Roadmap, which provides a comprehensive guide to upcoming Microsoft product updates and new product releases. Centriq’s summarized this information for you, providing an overview of version updates, next-gen releases and brand new releases, as well as anticipated release dates.
Moving from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 doesn’t have to be a struggle. A painless migration can be achieved as long as you and your team are up-to-speed on the differences between versions.
Here’s a quick guide on the training that can make this process easier. Ask yourself a few questions:Read More