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Major Changes in Exchange 2013 - On Demand

Presented by Paul Robichaux

Every new version of Exchange brings changes, and Exchange 2013 is no exception. This event will help equip you to upgrade to Exchange 2013 by examining the most critical changes Microsoft has made in the new version, including the new division of labor between the mailbox and CAS roles, the introduction of PowerShell 3.0, and a rethinking of how Microsoft believes customers should provide perimeter security and message hygiene for Exchange.

Moving Beyond Package Development: Care and Feeding of the SSIS Catalog - On Demand

Presented by Tim Mitchell

In this three-session course, Tim Mitchell will cover the administrative side of SSIS. He will walk you through the various deployment options, including a full review of the SSIS Catalog infrastructure. Tim will address security in SSIS and review monitoring SSIS packages. This course will be packed with demos, giving you not just the theory but a live glimpse into how it truly works.

Grow and Maintain Your Active Directory - On Demand

Presented by Brian Desmond

Whether you are on Windows Server 2003 and eyeing the impending end of support, or your Active Directory is running a newer version of Windows Server, there is a ton of new functionality available as you migrate to Windows Server 2012 R2. Brian Desmond will give you a comprehensive look at all of the new Active Directory features in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.

Demystifying SharePoint 2013 Search for Administrators - On Demand

Presented by Matt McDermott

Join Matt to learn how to manage the SharePoint Search topology, Content Sources, and connections to external systems like Business Connectivity Services. This class will introduce the concepts of the Search Center and how it can be tailored to present search results in a meaningful way.

Getting Started with SQL Server’s Data Visualization Tools - On Demand

Presented by Stacia Misner and Tyler Chessman

Business intelligence experts Stacia Misner and Tyler Chessman walk you through how to get started with SQL Server’s data visualization tools, including Power Query (formerly known as Data Explorer), Power View, PowerPivot, and Report Builder to find, compile, and graphically display data for analysis by business users.

Deep Dive into Business Intelligence in Excel 2013's PowerPivot and Power View - On Demand

Presented by Stacia Misner

Excel 2013 includes built-in self-service business intelligence functionality that allows you to delve deeper into your data. You can use Excel to start analyzing data as a simple data model, and then progressively add more data from a variety of data sources to enrich your analysis. Using the PowerPivot add-in, you can fine-tune the structure of the model to better support exploration and enrich the model with calculations and key performance indicators.

Optimizing and Accelerating Your SharePoint Farm - On Demand

Presented by Chris McNulty

Join Chris McNulty for a review of memory and service optimization, high performance designs, disk and database optimization, security, and caching techniques to make things better. We'll also review how to measure and interpret SharePoint's own key performance indicators. Be prepared for shredded storage and RBS, SQL tuning, BLOB caches and IOPS!

Get Control of SharePoint Security - On Demand

Presented by Ron Charity and Eric Riz
Available On-Demand

Join SharePoint experts Ron Charity and Eric Riz for three technical sessions that will make you a SharePoint security expert. You get security tips and best practices that will help you regain control of your SharePoint environment.

Manage Active Directory with Windows PowerShell - On Demand
If you want to know how to manage common Active Directory tasks such as creating user accounts and finding obsolete computers with greater efficiency and you have some basic PowerShell experience, this course is for you.
PowerShell 3.0 Essential New Features - On Demand

Presented by Jeffery Hicks

Windows PowerShell is the management engine all IT Pros will need to learn, so why put it off? PowerShell 3.0 offers a wealth of new features that just might change the way you work, and all for the better. If you have been putting off moving to PowerShell 3.0, you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, or you want to learn more, then these sessions are designed for you.

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