System Center 2012 & User Centric Management are Rocking in Ohio and Michigan – May 21st to May 24th

The User Centric Management (UCM) features in System Center 2012 can dramatically improve how IT Professionals plan software deployments and application management in our new consumerized business world.  UCM offers users an unprecedented level of control over how and when their software installations occur. Users can now self-select their primary systems, perform on-demand installations, plus schedule,…


Get Certified on Hyper-V R2 with FREE Study Guide!

Are you anxious to get started with prepping for the new MCSE: Private Cloud certification, but bummed because the new exams for 70-247 and 70-246 aren’t out yet?  Don’t fret, because from now through January 2013, Exam 70-659 – TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Server Virtualization may be taken in place of Exam 70-247 and applies towards one exam…

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Calling all developers in US Central: Your idea could be the next great Windows 8 Metro style app!

Recently, the Windows Store blog announced that in the next significant Windows 8 preview release they will be expanding their global coverage with 33 additional app submission locales for developers. Our store services are ramping up as planned–and of course the plan includes ramping up developer registrations to enable app submissions to the Windows store….


Erlanger, KY – May 22nd – Cloud Intelligence Conference – EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS ON 5/11

Don’t miss this great opportunity to network with industry Cloud experts in our own backyard!  I’ll be there helping to Emcee the event, and I look forward to meeting you all! Cincinnati Cloud Intelligence Conference hosted by MAX Technical Training and NKU College of Applied Informatics is pleased to announce the keynote and featured speakers…


Columbus, OH – May 30th – Central Ohio PowerShell Users Group – Monthly Meeting

I look forward to meeting everyone at the Central Ohio PowerShell Users Group monthly meeting on May 30th!  There’s some exciting improvements in Windows PowerShell 3.0 and the PowerShell Script Explorer, both available for free download in a pre-release form and expected to ship with Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 The group also plans to recap…


Akron, OH – May 22nd – Windows 8 Preview Event

There’s a new Microsoft Windows Operating System on the horizon!  Come learn and see what’s new in Windows 8 for desktop, mobile phone, server and tablet. Where: Akron, OH – Holiday Inn – Akron West (Directions)When: Tuesday, May 22nd – 6PM – 8PMDetails: Free for AITP members and Students (with valid student ID) – $10 for non-members…


Detroit, MI – Virtual Event – SharePoint 2010 in Office 365 – Putting SharePoint in the Office or Office in SharePoint

Join the Detroit IT Users Group on Saturday May 19th at this virtual event to explore using SharePoint 2010 in Office 365 with Excel 2010, Access 2010 and Outlook 2010.  Where: Detroit, MI – Live Online Event When: Saturday, May 19th – 9:30AM to 11:30AM Details: Advance registration required.  Register online at https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=160378 Organized by: Detroit…


Cincinnati, OH – Windows Multipoint Server 2011 Build Lab Event

Learn how to install and deploy WMS 2011 in a workgroup and a domain environment!  There will be various “Thin” and “Zero” clients to try connecting with your server after you’ve built it. BYO server or desktop system WITH a discreet graphics card (required by WMS 2011).  Check www.microsoft.com/multipoint for hardware requirements.  You may also virtualize…


Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) Early Registration Discount closes on May 18th!

The Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) 2012 is back after a 10 year hiatus!  Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn directly from the engineering team and industry experts with exclusive content on Exchange 15 … Early registration (and the associated $200 discount) closes on Friday, May 18th at 5PM PT.  Why attend MEC, you ask? …


Become Bilingual! Learn to Integrate SQL Server with Oracle

In today’s enterprise environments, it is becoming increasingly necessary to integrate data from a variety of sources. As SQL Server continues its march into the enterprise, the days of focusing 100% on one platform are over. At a bare minimum, we need to be able to communicate with DBA’s for other platforms. Terminology as simple…