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Skillsoft smooths enterprise transition to Microsoft® Windows® 8

Are
you prepared to maximize the features and power of Microsoft’s latest operating
system? In response to our customers’ interest in Windows 8, Skillsoft is excited
to now offer a Configuring Microsoft Windows 8
Live Learning course

to introduce the important new capabilities that the platform has to offer.  The course provides IT professionals with the
foundation needed to develop a strategy for migrating their organization to the
new operating system. The course covers a broad spectrum of topics including
installation, migration, Windows 8-style applications, user and group accounts,
security, networking, client virtualization and advanced configuration.

Here
at Skillsoft, we strive to provide strategic guidance and expert tactical
instruction on how to tackle new opportunities as significant as Windows 8. We
are pleased that our customers recognize the importance of understanding how
Windows 8 should be integrated into their technology roadmaps and are happy to
offer the industry’s leading learning assets for Microsoft solutions.

Introduced in October, Windows 8 features a new user
interface, new applications and the Windows Store. Spanning consumer to
enterprise needs, Windows 8 also introduces Windows RT, which runs on mobile
devices using the ARM architecture, such as tablets. Through Skillsoft’s Configuring
Microsoft Windows 8 Live Learning course, attendees will gain the insights and
skills needed to help leading-edge organizations take advantage of the latest
advances from Microsoft in touch interfaces, virtualization, mobile and cloud
computing.

For
more information on Skillsoft’s Live Learning Microsoft Technical Catalog,
please visit https://www.skillsoft.com/products/live_learning/series.asp?id=5056063

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