Using Active Directory (AD) correctly can make life a lot easier and more efficient. This course covers everything which AD can do for you and your organisation for example, how to assign policies, deploy and update software. AD networks can vary from a small installation with a few computers, users and printers to tens of thousands of users, many different network domains and large server farms spanning many geographical locations.
This innovative Time Management course is based on Stephen Covey’s highly acclaimed book: First Things First. The course will develop an understanding of the Key Principles of effective Time Management.
This one-day high level overview of the ITIL Framework provides delegates with an understanding of what we might call the "ITIL Big-Picture". The course is aimed at anyone who requires an understanding of the concepts and language of ITIL.
IIS is a web server application and set of feature extension modules created for use with Microsoft Windows and is the second most used on the web. This course covers how best to use this product within a corporate environment and the benefits it will bring.
This course is designed as an introduction to the important features of relational databases and specifically Microsoft SQL Server, and it is suitable for all versions of SQL Server. This course will also help delegates prepare for the Microsoft Technology Associate: SQL Server Database Fundamentals certification (Exam 98-364).
This course will allow delegates to understand and use Transact SQL for both querying and programming (Q&P) in a Microsoft SQL Server environment. Additionally, this course is suitable for all versions of SQL Server.
This course is a rapid run through of the key principles of Programme Management and the processes that should be followed to achieve a successful outcome according to the Managing Successful Programme (MSP) framework.
Built on the strengths of Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 is designed to enhance your organisation’s desktop environment. However you will need to know how best to use the improved security and manageability for remote and local computers. This course does just that.
Windows Server and its associated products have changed! There are a raft of new features to get to grips with within Windows Server 2008 and this course will cover them from an Administration, Networking, Security and Active Directory Point of View.
During this introductory hands-on course, delegates will learn how to utilise Microsoft Project to assist in the planning, monitoring, maintenance and control of projects. In addition they will also understand where Microsoft Project as a tool, fits within the management and support of a project. Crucially, we also cover recent developments where Microsoft are gradually moving more functionality away from the Desktop, and onto a web-based service, that can be consumed by Apple and Android tablets and smart phones.
This course is run on a private basis and each delegate needs to have access to Project Pro, the desktop app. In addition, it would be nice, but not critical, if each delegate also had access to both Project for the Web (The Power Platform app) and Project Online (the SharePoint app). Both these products are covered in the course, but if delegates do not have access to one or both of them, the trainer will simply demonstrate the products.