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Xpertise extends run of Microsoft seminars
IT training company Xpertise is to extend its recent series of seminars on new Microsoft technologies, including Microsoft Windows Vista, Longhorn server, Live Communications Server, SharePoint and Microsoft Office 2007.
Xpertise has been running its 'new Microsoft technologies' seminars since October 2006, and, according to commercial director Bill Walker, demand for the seminars has been unprecedented.
"Interest in these new products has gone through the roof - and the demand continues to grow," said Walker, "We have filled almost all of our seminars and have had to schedule many more 2007 sessions - customers seem very keen to evaluate and adopt these new technologies."
Walker concluded "What has become clear from the seminars so far is that technologies such as Unified Messaging, PowerShell and Windows Workflow Foundation take IT departments places they have never been before.
"Going forward, to maximise investment will require a much more integrated and architected approach when it comes to Microsoft Technology. People attending the seminars come to realise the true potential these new products bring and how the new and forthcoming certifications better align to their needs."
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