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Microsoft Excel is one of the major workhorses in the Microsoft Office suite of applications and arguably the most widely-used Office product. A solid understanding of how to use this program is vital to nearly everyone in most industries today. This course is designed specifically to teach you the fundamentals of Excel and give you the skills you need to begin to create and manipulate worksheets. Specifically, you will understand how to create, save, enter data, and print spreadsheets in addition to learning how to create formulas and use functions to calculate in Excel. You will learn how to enter data, format spreadsheets, manipulate columns and rows, add headers and footers, and use page setup options to prepare them for printing. You will also learn how to handle large worksheets or multiple workbooks, use styles and themes, insert various graphic objects, and options for proofing your workbooks.
The overall goal of this program is to enable managers to learn and apply a practical approach to managing change that can be used to deal with their dynamic, complex, and continuously changing work environment. Our emphasis is on helping managers cope with the real world changes they face on a regular basis as well as on how to lead the large scale transformational changes that occur. We present tools, templates and skills that a manager can use at work as well as providing an analytic framework to understand the different kinds of changes they are likely to experience. Upon completion, each learner will have completed a series of exercises that will enable them both to learn the relevant change management skills as well as to identify future opportunities for development.
This course is an introduction to Microsoft Access 2019. In this course, students will become familiar with various database components, concepts, and terminology. Students will tour the user interface, create databases, create objects, perform calculations, navigate and work with tables, understand and work with queries, review and work with various reports and reporting features, and review forms and the various tools that go along with them. This course will give the student the required knowledge to complete the Access 2019 Intermediate course.
On the minds of all busy people, entrepreneurs, consultants, freelancers, employees...is how they can get more done in less time. Google has come to the rescue and has given us free tools to collaborate more and to gain more productivity. Anyone with an internet connection can access Google Tools and use them effectively. The only question is whether or not they know how to use them. This course will help you to overcome any technical barrier you have to getting your team to communicate more effectively. You will learn how to successfully manage your projects and do more in the less time. Some of the topics covered: Training A Team with Google Classroom Voice Typing with Google Docs Video Transcribing with YouTube G-Mail Internal and External Hacking Increased Collaboration with Google Calendar Offline Use of Google Docs Real Time Collaboration with Google Docs Collecting and Collaborating with Google Forms Managing Tasks and Projects with Google Keep Collaborating with Google Hangouts Hangout Hack with YouTube Live Increased Communications with Google Voice
By some estimates, over 90% of security breaches can be prevented by simple security awareness. This course is designed for everyday computer users and will help identify and prevent common cyber threats through awareness and the development of basic good habits.
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.
This program is part of the New Management Fundamentals Series. The overall goal of this program is to enable managers to learn a practical approach to developing the talent around them -- with an emphasis on their direct reports. We believe that a fundamental responsibility of managers is to enable employees to reach their full potential at work while ensuring the organization achieves meaningful results. Our talent development process is designed to create a productive work environment that is conducive to personal growth and is grounded in a developmental partnership between a manager and her/his people. This program contains concepts, models, tools, templates and skill building that reflect the current reality managers are facing -- dynamic, fast moving, complex, team-based, and cross-functional. Learners will complete a series of exercises that will help them put their learning into practice as well as identify future opportunities for their own continued development.
This course is designed to convey the knowledge and skills needed to work with Windows Server 2016. Key administrative responsibilities, such as implementing server images, planning and configuring storage solutions, and monitoring virtual machine installations will be covered. The material in this training session is designed to help prepare students for the exam 70- 740: Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016.
Instructor: Dr. Ryan Jesperson Level: Beginner Subject: Office 365 Duration: 03 Hours 08 Minutes Pre-requisites: Basic computer skills. A general understanding of the Office 365 Suite is helpful but not required. This course will cover the Office 365 program Power BI. Power BI is a powerful business intelligence tool for analyzing your date and presenting it visually. This course will cover both the Power BI web app as well as the Power BI Desktop app. Topics covered include getting started with Power BI, connecting to data, visualizing data, publishing your visualizations in dashboards and reports, and connecting to other apps like Excel.
Instructor: Guest Instructor Level: Beginner Subject: Business Skills Duration: 00 Hours 17 Minutes Pre-requisites: None. Email is an important tool in today's business world. With its prevalence, it is imperative this tool is used professionally and properly. This course helps students understand best practices for composing and responding to messages and offers tips to minimize common mistakes like missing attachments, wrong addressing and more.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Intermediate Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 00 Hours 42 Minutes Pre-requisites: Completion of Introduction to Azure course. In this course, students will overview and provision Azure SQL. Students will also connect to Azure SQL DB, Migrate DB to Azure, work with SQL security and metrics, Configure SQL DB auditing, copy and export a database, use DB Self-Service Restore, and Use SQL DB Geo-Replication.
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.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Beginner Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 00 Hours 51 Minutes Pre-requisites: General computing knowledge. This course will introduce students to the Cloud, types of Cloud services, Azure services, and Azure PowerShell. The content provides the pre-requisite knowledge required by all individuals who will be learning Microsoft Azure. Students who are administrators, developers, or database administrators will benefit from learning thee fundamentals covered in this course and will be better prepared to take additional Microsoft Azure courses that are generally more advanced.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Intermediate Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 01 Hours 20 Minutes Pre-requisites: Completion of Introduction to Azure course. This course is designed to instruct students on Azure as it pertains to Virtual Networks, Virtual Machines, and Storage capabilities. Students will learn about PaaS Cloud Services, Understand the deployment environment, and create and configure PaaS Cloud Service. Students will work with upgrading Applications, understand communication between roles, understand PaaS to IaaS communication, scaling roles, and work with monitoring and alerts.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Intermediate Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 00 Hours 29 Minutes Pre-requisites: Completion of Introduction to Azure course. This course is designed to instruct students on Azure as it pertains to Containers. Students will learn about using Docker, deploying containers, and multi-container applications. In addition, the course will cover container registry, clustering options, and installing ACS.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Intermediate Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 01 Hours 01 Minutes Pre-requisites: Completion of Introduction to Azure course. This course is designed to instruct students on Azure as it pertains to storage. Students will learn about storage accounts and access and using blob storage and file storage. In addition, the course will cover file sync, content delivery network, and backup and recovery.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Intermediate Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 00 Hours 51 Minutes Pre-requisites: Completion of Introduction to Azure course. This course is designed to instruct students on Azure as it pertains to automation and log analytics. Students will learn about creating automation accounts and creating runbooks. In addition, the course will cover creating OMS workspaces and using the Azure Security Center.
Instructor: Norm Kennedy Level: Intermediate Subject: Microsoft Technical Duration: 01 Hours 52 Minutes Pre-requisites: Completion of Introduction to Azure course. In this course, students will gain an understanding of directory service options, use a custom domain, manage users and groups, use multi-factor authentication, work with application access, and add and access applications. Students will learn about using a hybrid Azure Active Directory, extend and deploy AD to the cloud, prepare for synchronization, install Azure AD Connect, and manage directory synchronization. In addition, students will understand ADFS, install AFDS, and convert a domain to Federated.
About This Class No more excuses! Today is the day you start using Adobe Illustrator. It's SOO easy. By learning just a few tools I will have you up and running in no time. I'm not teaching everything. But just enough so you can start creating logos and vector graphics. These are the tools I use every day as a graphic designer. 1-Super Fast Introduction 2-Understanding Nesting and Grouping 3-Shapes: The Basics 4-The Pen Tool 5-The Text Tool 6-The Shape Builder Tool 7-Building the Twitter Logo 8-Fills & Strokes 9-Intro to Gradients 10-Effects and the Appearance Panel