Will Willis

Will
Willis

Will Willis is an MIS director/network manager and a freelance writer. He is an A+ and an MCSE.

Articles
Windows 2003 Certification: Real-World Practicality Achieved
Will Willis discusses the merits of the new certification track.
Slammed!
Will Willis recommends refraining from the finger pointing that often follows outbreaks like last week's W32/SQL Slammer worm.
The Certification Train Changes Tracks--Again
If you've spent any time pursuing Microsoft certifications, you know that change and controversy are nothing new.
"The Exam Was Easy, I Finished in 10 Minutes!"
Will Willis explains that if you concentrate on doing things right and serving others before yourself, you'll go far.
Jack Be Nimble-The Job Market Ain't What It Used To Be 2
Will Willis discusses the changing IT job market and what you can do to keep your skills current.
Balancing Certification with Experience 69
How do you cope with a job market that requires certifications but no longer values them as highly as it did just a few years ago?
Master-Level Microsoft Stack Training with John Savill

Get 30 hours of comprehensive training covering the complete Microsoft solution stack. Invest a few hours each week and become the #1 Microsoft expert in your organization.

Past Sessions Available for Instant Access! Access to Recordings through May 20, 2015

Semester 1: October 30th to December 4th
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John Savill will cover topics including:

* Deploying, Managing, and Maintaining Windows
* Key Features of Active Directory from Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2012
* Key elements of System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2
* Deploying, Migrating to and Managing Hyper-V in Your Organization
* Implementing a Private Cloud
* Using PowerShell to Automate Common Tasks
* PLUS a preview of Windows 10

 

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