TrainSignal Rolls Out Exchange Server 2013 Administration Training
Feb 01, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
TrainSignal, a provider of professional computer training, announced the release of their Exchange Server 2013 Administration Training.
According to a release, new applied training videos by Microsoft MVP, J. Peter Bruzzese, are now available for the Exchange 2013 platform. Exchange administrators of all skill and experience levels can benefit from Bruzzese's course because of the drastic differences in Server architecture compared to previous versions. The videos demonstrate how an admin following best practices for Exchange can continue to do so with a mail server that integrates more with SharePoint, mobile devices and of course Microsoft's much-debated modern interface.
The Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 concepts discussed throughout the course center around deploying and configuring services that are important for businesses regardless of software version in use. Viewers of the course will learn about:
-Deployment decisions and prerequisites
-Mobile device management
-Unified messaging integration
-Disaster recovery and high availability
J. Peter Bruzzese, said, "With Exchange 2013 Administration I'll take you from deployment through Unified Messaging and High Availability. By the end of this course you'll be able to fully administer an Exchange 2013 organization."
This Exchange Server 2013 Administration Training course contains 22 lessons in over 10 hours of video instruction. Students will receive 3 DVDs of video lessons and additional content. Each lesson is available in several formats, iPod Video, Mp3 Audio, .WMV and AVI, allowing students to use course materials on a variety of devices. Students can view all materials online after signing up for the course, ensuring instant access. The course also includes PDF files of instructor notes to provide convenience while learning core concepts.
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