It’s been awhile since I posted about the latest edition of TechNet Magazine. I think I was busy with a little event called Tech.ed and have neglected my regular blogging duties. Sorry about that! Well in this post I wanted to draw your attention to the last 3 issues. There’s always a lot of good information in TechNet Magazine. Below is some highlights from the last 3 months.
The July edition focused on Windows y deployment and some of the tools available to help you hit the big green deploy button. Here are some highlights.
- Windows 7: The PerfMon System and Security Test
- Windows 7: Top Tools for Deploying Windows 7
- Windows 7: Migration Magic
The August edition is all about how to develop your yourself and accelerate your career in IT. This is something we often don’t spend too much time on because we are all so busy with our day-to-day work that time often gets away. In fact the other day I was having a 1:1 with my manager and she posed a very simple question. “In FY12 what does career development look like for you”? It’s something I had to think about for a few seconds because really it’s not something I think about too much about. After thinking about it some more I realised this is something I have to think about more often. So this year I’m going to try and do that. Below are some articles from the magazine that will hopefully help me and you with this important soft skill!
- IT Career Development: Scheduled Career Maintenance
- IT Career Development: The Ins and Outs of IT Certifications
- IT Career Development: Bulletproof Your IT Career
- IT Career Development: Develop Your Brand
And finally this month’s issue is all about SharePoint and Virtualization. Two topics that are hot right now.
- SharePoint Online: Get Started with SharePoint Online
- SharePoint Online: An Overview for Enterprise IT Professionals
- Virtualization: Workload Consolidation
- Virtualization: Build an IT Lab for Virtual Machines
- Cloud Computing: Testing the Cloud
So that’s about it. I hope this summary of the last 3 months of the TechNet Magazine is helpful.