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As a power user, find out if you're ready for the SharePoint Site Collection and Site Administration class and how it can benefit your organization.
If you're running SharePoint 2007, learn what had changed in SharePoint 2013 for administrators and developers.
If you're running SharePoint 2010, learn how SharePoint 2013 is different and what you'll need to learn to deploy it effectively.
Interested in SharePoint 2013 administrator training? Learn from SharePoint instructor Tracy Wallace, if you're a good candidate and which SharePoint 2013 administrator class you should take.
Interested in SharePoint 2013 developer training? Learn from SharePoint instructor Tracy Wallace, if you're ready and which SharePoint 2013 developer class you should take.
If any of the following reminiscences ring true to you, have you moved beyond them? If not, it might be time to make some new discoveries.
Managing users' access to an organization's resources via portals is convenient with IBM's WebSphere Portal Scripting Interface. Compare tools available to the portal administrator and identify some use cases where IBM's Portal Scripting Interface may be the ideal choice. Review basic commands and find out how to create custom scripts.
IBM WebSphere Business Modeler (WBM) can be used in conjunction with an adoption of ITIL best practices. It is a full-featured process modeling and simulation tool that fits well with other IBM products that are used to define various service management processes and activities. In this white paper learn more about how WBM provides both the ability to visually define process activities and the ability to define detailed information about processes, including inputs, outputs, cost, revenue, roles and resources.
The traditional network engineering model of configuring one device at a time simply doesn’t scale to the growing needs of today’s network. Cisco's intent-based networks and software-defined networking solutions will enable your organization to meet the demands of network programmability and automation. The result will be greater network agility to support new applications while complying with increasing security needs.
Software-defined networking (SDN) is a solution that will enable your organization to meet the demands of network programmability and automation. The result will be greater network agility to support new applications while complying with increasing security needs.