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Fine-Grained Password Policies

Fine-Grained Password Policies

June 10, 2019 in Corporate IT Training, Microsoft / by Janet Nichols

How to Configure Fine-Grained Password Policies in PowerShell

 

About a year ago, I held a seminar about Fine-Grained password policies. Several of my students asked me to document the important points in a blog. But they added a twist to the request. Instead of using GUI tools, they suggested it would be more helpful if I documented all of the steps in PowerShell. Never one to say no, I agreed. So to those students, this blog is for you!

First, a little background about Fine-Grained password policies.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Certification Path

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Certification Path

June 6, 2019 in Centriq News, Red Hat/Open Source / by Elizabeth Granada

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8) Certification Path – Centriq Training

 

Are you ready for the new Red Hat? The Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system has gone under a facelift, creating a total platform change for the first time in almost 5 years. These system changes bring new learning paths for users, upgrading all certifications to follow the path to RHEL 8 to eventually achieve the status of Red Hat Certified Engineer and Certified Specialist.

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Five Tips for Effective Delegation

Five Tips for Effective Delegation

June 5, 2019 in ProDev / by Craig Gerdes

It is in our human nature to want to succeed and learn more skills, especially in the workplace. So why not empower our employees to do the same? By exercising effective delegation, your team can learn and fine-tune their skills, along with feeling valued and have more confidence to complete their job. Not only does your team benefit, but you will have more time to focus on other big-picture tasks. By following our tips, you can develop a well-rounded team that will help boost productivity and morale in the workplace.

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Understanding Amazon Web Services Role-Based Certs and Learning Paths

Understanding Amazon Web Services Role-Based Certs and Learning Paths

May 15, 2019 in Amazon Web Services (AWS), Corporate IT Training / by Elizabeth Granada

Cloud computing is a key component in the Digital Transformation, and companies are working tirelessly to move their business to the Cloud. In response, Amazon Web Services (AWS) updated their instructor-led training courses for both business and technical users. Now, Amazon offers “learning paths” to help build a user’s cloud-computing skills and to accelerate their transition to the Cloud.

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2019 Microsoft Product Roadmap Summary

2019 Microsoft Product Roadmap Summary

April 4, 2019 in Centriq News, Corporate IT Training, Microsoft / by Centriq Training

2019 Microsoft Product Roadmap Summary: Upcoming Products & Dates

(Quoted content provided by Gladys Rama/Redmond Channel Partner)

Each year, Redmond Channel Partner publishes their highly-anticipated Microsoft Product Roadmap, which takes an in-depth look at what Microsoft releases and updates are on the immediate horizon. Once again, 2019 will be a busy year, with major updates to Windows 10, Dynamics 365, and System Center on tap, to name just a few. Below is a condensed summary of the Roadmap, which provides a snapshot of new and upcoming releases, version updates, and anticipated release dates.

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Office 365: Hey IT, Get That Done, Will You?

Office 365: Hey IT, Get That Done, Will You?

March 15, 2019 in Corporate IT Training, Microsoft 365/Office 365 / by Ted Parker

You’ve made the decision to move to Microsoft Office 365.

The decision could have been driven by security concerns, cost factors, productivity initiatives or any number of different reasons. It may have involved everyone from the executive team, to finance, to sales and marketing, to operations, to IT. Every company comes at it differently.

But once the decision is made to move to O365, all companies do the exact same thing. They say: “Hey IT, get that done, will you?”

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Office 365: Outlook is bright (but other Apps are brighter)

Office 365: Outlook is bright (but other Apps are brighter)

March 15, 2019 in Corporate IT Training, Microsoft 365/Office 365 / by Ted Parker

Office 365 is more than just Outlook in the Cloud.  Office 365 is the first step in leading your company’s Digital Transformation.  But if you are like most companies, you move to Office 365 and stick your toe in the water (or Cloud as it were) by starting only with Outlook. Unfortunately, many companies start and stop with Outlook.  Why do they stop?  That’s a good question. Many companies just don’t know or understand all the capabilities of Office 365 while others haven’t found a clear path or guidance to implementing what Office 365 has to offer them.

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Office 365 vs Microsoft 365: What’s the Difference? Are They the Same?

Office 365 vs Microsoft 365: What’s the Difference? Are They the Same?

March 5, 2019 in Corporate IT Training, Microsoft 365/Office 365, Microsoft Office / by Ted Parker

Revised July 20, 2020: If you asked the two questions in the title of this blog today, the answers would be: “There is no difference.” “Yes, they are the same.” So, if you prefer current events, read our new blog Office 365 is now Microsoft 365.  If you are a fan of the History Channel, keep reading this blog from March 2019 and re-live the glory days when the once powerful Office 365 brand ruled the world of Microsoft Productivity Apps.

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Slack vs. Teams: Combat for Collaboration

Slack vs. Teams: Combat for Collaboration

February 5, 2019 in Corporate IT Training, Microsoft 365/Office 365 / by Elizabeth Granada

To help increase productivity in the workplace, more companies are adopting collaborative communication platforms. These platforms help reduce email clutter and streamline processes with many tools that employees use on a regular basis. Many organizations are catching on to the value of these programs, projecting to increase the communication platform market’s value to $49.5 billion by 2021. Two players have come forward as the frontrunners for many major businesses: Slack and Microsoft Teams. Each platform is similar in structure but has enough differences that beg the question, which is better: Slack or Teams?

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