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The new Office 365 for the IT Pro Microsoft Virtual Academy track covers some of the collaborative aspects of Office 365, including Lync and SharePoint online, as well as best practices for an Office 365 migration/deployment.
Find out more about the Microsoft Virtual Academy.
If you’re a fan of the TechNet library you’ll know there’s a lot of good stuff in it to read. The TechNet team has introduced some cool new functionality that allows you to build your own custom set of articles from across library topics that you can then export or print. It’s like having your very own TechNet book.
Read this post for more information, or head straight to TechNet to get started on your article collection.
Watch the recent webcast (or tune into the podcast) to hear US IT pro evangelist Kevin Remde and application compatibility expert Chris Jackson discuss what you should understand about Internet Explorer 9 as you plan to deploy it in your organisation.
Windows Azure Connect provides a simple mechanism to set up IP-based connectivity between on-premises and Windows Azure resources, making it easier for you to migrate existing applications to the cloud. You can explore, deploy, manage and maintain the technology and products that bridge on-premises and Windows Azure systems with these step-by-step resources on TechNet.
While raiding the archives of TechNet magazine I found this nice long list of 77 Windows 7 tips. Ranging from making Windows 7 run faster to the best shortcuts, there’s bound to be something new in the list for you. If you know of any more, pop them in the comments box below.
Take a look at ITworld’s pick of incredibly useful (and free) Microsoft tools for IT pros. There are 15 on the list – do you have more? Share them with other readers in the comments box below.
You’ll find many a download here in the Download Centre on TechNet.
If you’ve been asking yourself any of these questions about the recent release of Office 2010 SP1, you’ll find this post over on the Microsoft Office Updates blog most useful.
There’s an abundance of Office info available to help you get started with deployment and your answer technical questions. Find it all at your fingertips on the TechNet Springboard pages.
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