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New Windows Vista courses available from QA-IQ
Following last week's announcement that Microsoft's Windows Vista will be launched to businesses at the end of this month, QA-IQ has launched two new Windows Vista workshops.
QA-IQ's one-day introductory workshop provides an overview of features and is aimed at technical decision-makers as well as IT Professionals.
The workshops will be delivered by QA-IQ's Dave Britt, who has already been delivering courses to Microsoft teams and partners on Vista implementation.
"There has been a lot of talk about Windows Vista, but it's important that IT professionals have the knowledge and skills to make up their own minds about the benefits of Windows Vista," said Britt. "There are a lot of new features in Vista and understanding how these can improve security, productivity and manageability is central to making the decision to deploy the new technology."
QA-IQ is also running a two-day implementation workshop aimed at individuals who will be deploying Vista.
"While the new tool-set means Vista is easier to deploy than previous versions of Windows, it is a different process," said Britt, "it takes away much of the complexity but new tools, techniques and best-practice mean that even if companies are considering Vista in the longer term, it's important that technical professionals involved in deployment start to investigate the changes and understand the new techniques involved."
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