Bob Muir

Upgrade Needs, Wants, and Desires
How your training can help you work with small businesses to make difficult upgrade decisions.
Looking Forward to the New Year
Bob Muir thinks 2003 will bring activity in the certification arena and improvements in the IT job market.
Virtual Computing
Bob Muir explains the advantages of using virtual machines to help you prepare for exams.
Breaking into IT
Bob Muir offers advice about one of the toughest challenges you can face in your career: the process of breaking into a new line of work.
* #@$&% SECURITY
Bob Muir explains how to examine internal and external risk factors when establishing a security plan.
Real-World Resources
Bob Muir suggests several alternative resources that will lend depth to your studies. Live! UPDATE, May 22, 2002
Bob Muir offers some tips for choosing exam-preparation materials.
What to Read
Bob Muir offers several suggestions to help you choose the right exam-preparation materials.
Life on the MCSE Trail
Bob Muir offers some advice to help you plot your certification path.
Setting Up a Home Lab 5
Bob Muir recommends some basics for setting up a home lab and suggests some ideas to help you design your own lab exercises.
Communicating with Clients
Bob Muir discusses the importance of good communication when dealing with clients.
Preparing for a Career as an Indpendent Consultant
Bob Muir offers some steps that he strongly advises you to take before submitting your resignation and heading out on your own.
Working for Yourself
Bob Muir discusses the advantages and disadvantages of working as an independent consultant.
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Developing and Implementing a Windows 10 Business Strategy​
Live Online Training on Tuesday, October 25th 
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Many organizations today are exploring adoption of Windows 10. Often touted as the last version of Windows, it is now a constantly evolving Windows as a Service solution. In this one-day training, you'll find out what this new model for Windows really means to your organization and what the benefits are once you've made the move to Windows 10.


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