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Using Azure Machine Learning for Predictive Maintenance

Presented by Tyler Chessman
Tuesday, December 8th
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This one-day deep dive into Azure Machine Learning (Azure ML) with teach you how to work through the design, development, and deployment of machine learning models that can be used to proactively determine when and if equipment may fail. You will learn how to deploy and leverage ML models from external applications like Excel.

What's New in System Center Configuration Manager vNext

Presented by Kent Agerlund
Tuesday, December 15th
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In this one-day course, Kent Agerlund will demonstrate the new features in System Center Configuration Manager vNext and teach you how to prepare your current environment for the upgrade. In just three hours, you'll learn about all the Configuration Manager vNext features, how to manage Windows 10 with Config Mgr vNext, and how to prepare and upgrade your current environment.

SQL and SharePoint Business Intelligence Engineering

Presented by Chris McNulty
Wednesday, Dceember 16th

Data visualization and business intelligence represent one of the most powerful and diverse workloads for Microsoft information workers. In this new 3-session online training course, we'll establish a basic familiarity with the core functions and business cases. This course will explore the baseline engineering required to support each of these solutions, looking at architecture, setup, and design for all of the key tools in the BI framework.

SharePoint for Beginners

Presented by Liam Cleary
Thursday, December 17th
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SharePoint as a core platform and service can be used by any business or government agency regardless of size. This course will take you on a journey through SharePoint to help you understand what is there, what to use and how to use it to be successful.

Understanding the Basics of Exchange 2016

Presented by Bhargav Shukla
Wednesday, January 13th
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With the release of Exchange 2016 you need to understand all the new features and components. As you look into migrating existing Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010, and Exchange 2013 deployments, this class will focus on what Exchange 2016 has to offer and what it means to existing and new deployments. We will cover Exchange Server 2016 fundamentals, new and improved features, preferred architecture, deployment considerations, and prerequisites for a successful deployment.

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