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  • Setting up Windows 8 Consumer Preview to Boot from VHD

    Have you install Windows 8 Consumer Preview (Win 8 CP) yet? If not here is a good guide shared by Raymond Chou (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in System Center Operations Manager and System Center Essentials) about how to setup Win 8 CP to boot...
  • Cloud Certification: Expand Your Portfolio of Skills

    Cloud technology creates new opportunities and job roles, but it also impacts current ones. We recommend that you start by building skills that apply to both on-premise computing and cloud computing. If you already have on-premise skills, you can enhance...
  • Get Started with a Private Cloud Certification

    Companies are looking for IT professionals who can help them build private cloud solutions to optimize IT service delivery. Are you ready? With Windows Server 2008 and System Center 2012, you can build your Microsoft private cloud solution and gain the...
  • Windows Server "8" Beta Hyper-V Component Architecture Poster

    This poster provides a visual reference for understanding key Hyper-V technologies in Windows Server “8” Beta. This Hyper-V poster focuses on Hyper-V Replica, networking, virtual machine mobility (live migration), storage, failover clustering, and scalability...
  • New TechNet!

    Windows 8 Consumer Preview (Win8 CP) was launched on last week and to incorporate with the launch, TechNet had launched their new website too which featuring the MegaBlade navigation at the top of the website (as the Image 1 shown below). Image 1: MegaBlade...