This is a brief Powerpoint presentation of the model for building community disaster resilience developed by the nonprofit, Community in Crisis, Inc. (www.communityincrisis.org) It is designed for town leaders, managers, churches, civic groups, organizations, emergency management, CERT Team Leaders, Citizen Corp, and other entities to use as a template for creating their own grassroots disaster preparedness plan that is compatible with the Incident Command System used in their own state or region. It is strongly advised that you discuss your options with your local emergency management authorities prior to intiating any community disaster planning, as their input and knowledge can be valuable to you.
This course focuses on networking features and functionality available in Windows Server 2016, such as DNS, DHCP, and IPAM implementations. We will review remote access solutions, such as VPN and Direct Access. Additionally, this course will look at DFS and BranchCache solutions, advanced network features and functionality, and understanding of software-defined networking.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Intermediate Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 00 Hours 43 Minutes Pre-requisites: Completion of Introduction to Azure course. This course is designed to instruct students on Azure as it pertains to networking. Students will learn about IP address space and DNS in Azure VNets. In addition, the course will cover creating a VNet, configuring a point to site and site to site VPN, and VNet peering.
This module will take about 20 minutes to complete. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, professional associations, other departments, competitors… the opportunities for networking, both ‘social’ and in person, are endless. Thus it is vital to learn to be strategic about your networking efforts in order to build the best relationships and truly get the results you want. Through application exercises and a rich multimedia process, this course will teach you what you need to know and do to be a strategic and effective 'networker'.
THE PITCH™ How to Deliver a Great 30 Second Commercial at Your Next Chamber Networking Event! "So, what do you do?" Would you like to be able to answer that simple but surprisingly difficult question "So what do you do?" in a way that people were wowed by, that they just couldn't forget, that drove you a great many new business opportunities? Would you like to use this powerful 30-second window to be a stronger networker, better salesperson, and to deliver a more powerful commercial at your monthly chamber of commerce networking and "pass the mic" events? If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions, you've come to the right place! Read below to discover how THE PITCH can show you step-by-step how to write and deliver a 30-second commercial that will forever change how you brand yourself and help you to dramatically increase your sales opportunities. What Participants Will Learn THE PITCH lays out a surprisingly powerful and innovate step-by-step approach to writing and delivering your 30-second commercial. It's based on the acronym "THE PITCH" and each letter represents a different point that you want to communicate within your 30-second commercial and in the order you want to deliver it. Our helpful "THE PITCH" Action Worksheet will have you actually writing your 30-second commercial as you go through the training program. By the conclusion of the program, you'll have written your entire pitch and be ready to deliver it at your next chamber of commerce or other networking event! THE PITCH is presented in an entertaining and interesting format providing you great stories and examples to keep you engaged from start to finish. Who Should Participate in THE PITCH? A better question might be "Who in business today shouldn't?" Just about everyone in every segment of business needs to be able to clearly, compellingly, and concisely answer the question "So what do you do?" You've probably learned by now that it is much tougher than you might have thought. Whether you are answering this question in front of a large audience at a chamber of commerce meeting or through an elevator pitch being delivered to a new business contact at a networking event, your ability to answer the question "So what do you do?" is crucial to your success. So who should participate in THE PITCH? Here's a few categories of business people that shouldn't miss this opportunity: Entrepreneurs Sales Professionals Service Professionals Chamber of Commerce Members Anyone Involved in Networking or Marketing As you can see no matter what business you are in or what you do, THE PITCH can help you to achieve greater success. Bottom Line: You can learn to deliver a 30-second commercial that allows you to stand out from the crowd, achieve distinction, and build a brand that will drive your business to an entirely new level of success!