Category Archives: Microsoft Virtual Academy

Updated – Upcoming MVA Course: Preparing Your Enterprise for Windows 10 as a Service

This event has been pushed out a few weeks, it’s now on the 13th and 14th of August, depending on where you are based.   If you’re looking at enterprise mobility and Windows 10, join the experts on July 16, 2015 and a July 17, 2015 rebroadcast for “Preparing Your Enterprise for Windows 10 as a Service.” Hosted by Simon May, this is the fifth course in the popular Enterprise Mobility Core Skills series. Get answers to your tough technical

Upcoming MVA Course: Preparing Your Enterprise for Windows 10 as a Service

If you’re looking at enterprise mobility and Windows 10, join the experts on July 16, 2015 and a July 17, 2015 rebroadcast for “Preparing Your Enterprise for Windows 10 as a Service.” Hosted by Simon May, this is the fifth course in the popular Enterprise Mobility Core Skills series. Get answers to your tough technical questions about Windows 10, and hear details about under-the-hood improvements that can improve your team’s productivity. Register today   Don’t forget to take a look

Microsoft Intune Core Skills Jump Start Recordings on MVA

The recordings for this event and the accompanying presentations are now available on Microsoft Virtual Academy. The following modules are included… Why Microsoft Intune? Intune Core Skills 101 Mobile Device Management Conditional Access Policy Mobile Application Management        

Windows XP migration resources

Some new resources are available from Microsoft for those still looking for help moving away from Windows XP. The end of support for XP is less than a month away, and while there are some who are hoping that Microsoft will announce this was all a big April fool’s hoax, most of us realize that this is something that is going to happen… Migrating from Windows XP to Windows 8.1 Walk through the various challenges of the upgrade and learn

Windows 8 – What’s New On Microsoft Virtual Academy?

Microsoft Virtual Academy is turning into an incredibly useful source of online training, and Windows 8 is no exception. Even though there will be a big influx of Windows 8.1 content in the months to come, much of the underpinnings remain the same, so spending some time learning more about Windows 8 is going to ease your introduction to Windows 8.1, especially if you have avoided any interaction with Windows 8. What’s the problem with avoiding Windows 8 and waiting


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