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Links for February 9, 2009

Training Free Quick Reference Guides for Microsoft Office and Windows from The Road to Know Where Computer Training Company, CustomGuide, has many free on-line "Quick Reference Guides" available for Microsoft Office and Windows.  (Thanks Kurt!) Quick Reference Guides Include: Getting

Posted in Microsoft, Microsoft Office, Office 2007, PMBOK, PMI, Project Management, SharePoint, training

Links for January 30,2009

Windows 7 Windows 7 Feature Focus: Windows Experience Index from Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows Windows 7 Feature Focus: Styles and Desktop Slide Shows from Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows More Windows 7 themes, and an amazing list of free

Posted in ecomomy, IT Security, Microsoft, MOSS, MOSS 2007, MSDN, PMBOK, PMI, Project Management, Security, Security Awareness, SharePoint, training, Windows 7

On-line Networking Basics Tutorials has a series of Networking Basics tutorials. Those published to date include: Networking Basics: Part 1 – Networking Hardware Networking Basics: Part 2 – Routers Networking Basics: Part 3 – DNS Servers Networking Basics: Part 4 – Workstations and

Posted in Microsoft, network, training, Windows

Security Awareness Training Best Practices

Steve Addison in his post Best Practices for Security Awareness Training, provides a list of accepted “best practices” in security awareness training identified in IT and business standards, laws and regulations, and official guidance documents such as ISO 17799, COBIT

Posted in Information Security, IT Security, Security, training

Security Cartoons

I ran across the Security Cartoon security awareness site pointed out by Dave Ockwell-Jenner in the Security Catalyst community via the IT Compliance blog.

Posted in Information Security, IT Security, Security, Security Awareness, training

IT Security Awareness Training

Andy, ITGuy recently blogged about the need for better Security Awareness Training. That’s one of my focus areas this year for my company. My first bi-month newsletter goes out this week. I’ve received approval to put on mandatory IT security

Posted in Blog, Security, training
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