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Feel the Full Power of Your O365 Upgrade

Seamless teamwork is the core concept underlying the development of the newest upgrade to Office 365, Microsoft Teams. It creates an environment in which all the tools teams need to work with are readily available, instinctively easy to access, and the connections between various applications are seamlessly woven into the interface. No lines or barriers […]

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Using Excel’s GETPIVOTDATA Formula to Build a Report Outside of a Pivot Table [Video]

Steve Chase, accomplished and certified Applications Instructor at New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, shares an Excel trick on using the GetPivotData formula to build a report. About Steve Steve Chase is a Microsoft Certified Training Instructor. Some of his courses include Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Outlook, OneNote, Photoshop, InDesign and QuickBooks. Based in San Antonio, TX, Steve and his […]

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OpenStack for all Data Centers

A common misconception is that OpenStack computing is something used for the companies that have or need services in the “Cloud”. This is actually far from the truth. Any company with a datacenter of more than 4 servers could benefit from implementing some form of the OpenStack Architecture. A way of looking at OpenStack is […]

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Tech Tool Tip #7: Healthcare IT Tools

Healthcare IT is a fast growing field which combines healthcare with technology. Mostly, it refers to specific software packages that track patient information known as EMRs (Electronic Medical Records) or EHRs (Electronic Health Records). There are still regular IT technicians who work in hospitals that work on PC’s, networks, phone systems, security and more, and […]

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Career Focus Tip #5: Database Careers

GUEST BLOGGER: Brian Parker, Technical Instructor Database management is broken into three general sections: design, engineering (or development) and database administration (DBA). Sometimes the designers and engineers work together, or one person may fill both roles. Once the database is designed and developed, then the administrators make minor tweaks as needed and manage the data […]

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