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My colleague Chris Fox has been hard at work creating a series of podcasts that focus on Operations Management, and that have been published through Opsmanjam.com, as well as through Zune Marketplace and iTunes.
Today the following six podcasts available for download:
Over the coming weeks and months the series will continue to expand with content covering MMS, ‘how to’ discussions, management packs, and more.
I recommend you check out this valuable resource!
Sacha Dawes, CISSP Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center Solutions for Dynamic Datacenters
How do you download the Pod Casts. When you try to download it asks for a username and password
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