OneNote is one of the tools that I use all the time for all kinds of reasons. It is almost like my right arm; I can’t function without it! I like it because I can sync notebooks across all of my device or access from the web. This means my library of notes needs only an internet connection to access. With thousands of notes, the search feature helps me find what I am looking for, which is great since I don’t always structure my data in a consistent manner. Here at the Mic
The Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense has been updated to version 6.1. This new version has a new two-level categorization scheme to show which sub-Controls are considered “Foundational" and which are “Advanced.” This framework of controls works hand in hand with the NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. You can download the controls and support documents at https://www.cisecurity.org/critical-controls/Library.cfm. Actual
Microsoft announces new certification paths for MCSA, MCSD, and MCSE certifications at the Ignite conference in Atlanta. The new certification roadmap is available here (PDF). The six-page document includes the necessary exams for each of the MCSA certifications and the electives necessary for the MCSE or MCSD certifications. The Microsoft Learning website has been updated with the new certification paths. You can check the MCSA out here, the MCSD here, and the MCSE here.
MOC is typically used by Microsoft training partners, and MOAC is typically used by academic institutions. MOC has more titles, and they are updated more frequently than MOAC. You can get both in hard copy or digital formats. MOC and MOAC have associated labs with the courseware. The labs are either bundled with the courseware or sold separately depending on how the training partner or institution decides to sell them. Skillpipe is an e-reader, which enables students to r
PowerShell, Microsoft’s command line interface, is now available on Linux. And BASH, the open source command line typically on Linux and UNIX based OS’s, is now available on Windows 10. It seems like we now live in a crazy world. As for the system admins out there, this means familiar tools will now work on different OS and less of a learning curve for them. BTW PowerShell uses Microsoft’s .NET framework and that is now also available for Linux. Microsoft SQL will also r
I was talking with a college of mine at Microsoft Ignite here in Atlanta and He said he recommends to his students to check out the Professor Messer website. He has a number of videos for A+, Network+, and Security+ courses. They are all short videos covering the topics in the exams. This looks to be a great resource for your studies. Check it out. http://www.professormesser.com/ #A #Network #Security #CompTIA
Microsoft Virtual Academy has a number of titles available for free download. The books are new and relevant so take a look and download titles you find interesting. Free Microsoft eBooks are available in PDF, EPUB and Mobi for Kindle formats. https://mva.microsoft.com/ebooks Find more training eBooks & books at The Microsoft Press Store. https://www.microsoftpressstore.com/ #Free #Book #Microsoft #MSFT #Windows8 #Server #CNT56 #CNT55 #CNT57