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  1. The Microsoft SharePoint Training Series: Understanding Architectural Models for SharePoint 2016

    The Microsoft SharePoint Training Series: Understanding Architectural Models for SharePoint 2016

    SharePoint is Microsoft’s premier document sharing and operational collaboration platform, possessing a plethora of features that assist with daily official tasks. A combination of storage and document management functionality, as well as the default integration with MS Office make it a superior platform, within the niche.

    When it comes to the server architecture, SharePoint is perhaps the most versatile, seeing as it features four different layouts, adding to the versatility. In this article, we will discuss the 4 architectural models of SharePoint 2016, and add a guide as to which model will serve you best, and why.


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  2. The SQL Server Training Series: Normalization and Denormalization Techniques In SQL Server

    The SQL Server Training Series: Normalization and Denormalization Techniques In SQL Server

    In an SQL server training program, the most common debate that happens amongst professionals is if normalization or denormalization is more performance-oriented. It is important thing to know that neither of these approaches can be rejected because both have pros and cons. However, before we move on to that, let’s learn what normalization and denormalization are.


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  3. The SQL Server Training Series: Key Database Concepts In The Context Of SQL Server 2016

    The SQL Server Training Series: Key Database Concepts In The Context Of SQL Server 2016

    SQL Server 2016 presents a different take on database management, in terms of use-case, syntax and environment, as compared to other Relational Database Management Systems.

    In this article, we will discuss some of the key database concepts, within SQL Server 2016, to better understand the management system functions.


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  4. How to Break Into the Technology Industry

    How to Break Into the Technology Industry

    So, you, coming from a non-tech industry background, have decided to switch industries. The booming advancement and inspiring stories coming out of the IT and technology sphere may be the reason for this move.

    Who can blame you, though!

    The tech industry is thriving. It has witnessed great change over the years as technology itself continues to improve and evolve.


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  5. The CompTIA Training Series: Identifying TCP/IP Network Implementation

    The CompTIA Training Series: Identifying TCP/IP Network Implementation

    The Internet is practically an endless void of knowledge, consisting of countless sources and data points, across the globe. So, how exactly did the internet become such a huge repository of information, especially when it is not owned by any entity?

    The internet, and the World Wide Web, connects many networks together. These interconnected networks host information on the World Wide Web for others to access, though it does not happen without a few set procedures.


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  6. Microsoft Training Options For Veterans

    Microsoft Training Options For Veterans

    Did you know that more than 200,000 service members leave their duties every year and opt for civilian life? Most of them opt for service at a very young age and don’t have professional degrees or relevant certifications that would help them to adopt a new career.

    Incidentally, adopting a new career is difficult, irrespective of the number of years you served.


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  7. Self-Paced Online Courses VS Virtual Instructor-Led Courses – Is There a Clear Winner?

    Self-Paced Online Courses VS Virtual Instructor-Led Courses – Is There a Clear Winner?

    With the advent of advanced communicational technology and more diverse content consumption media, training and learning has become easier than ever. Practical training has experienced perhaps the greatest leap forward, first with VR, and then with Augmented Reality. The one area that has remained somewhat stable in terms of training medium change is IT training.


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  8. How IT Training Has Evolved Over the Last 30 Years

    How IT Training Has Evolved Over the Last 30 Years

    The IT industry is ever-evolving, with prevalent technologies receiving rapid updates and new software products getting deployed regularly. To cope with these changes, IT experts need to routinely take new courses and get involved in IT training sessions.

    Recently, a significant change has been seen in IT training procedures due to technological development. Around 70% of businesses state that technological growth has outpaced training. To keep up with the fast-paced introduction of new tech features, training has evolved, with various new methods introduced globally.


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