Microsoft and Cisco Technical Training Courses are now available in Ft Lauderdale at the Institute of Professional Learning just off of I-95 on Cypress Creek. The building is a beautiful building with a great atrium and the classrooms are very well appointed for the best training. Microsoft MCSA/MCSE and Cisco CCNA, CCNA (Voice), CCSP, and CCVP Boot Camps include roundtrip airfare, lodging, breakfast and lunch, snacks and refreshments, course materials, practice exams, and all certification exams. Register today at (800) 611-1840.
Microsoft SATV vouchers may be used at CED Solutions for regular 5-Day classes and also for the multi-day Boot Camp courses for MCSA/MCSE, MCITP: Server 2008, MCITP: SQL 2008, MCDST, Exchange 2007, SharePoint, and many other courses. These SATV vouchers are held by the company or agency Microsoft Benefits Administrator. These vouchers may be used for classes all across the nation. We look forward to having you with us in class!
March 27, 2009 CED Solutions 1640 Powers Ferry Road Building 5, Suite 100 Marietta, GA 30067 [singlepic id=394 w=320 h=240 float=right]Dear Terry, David, Steve, Linda, and all of the rest of the wonderful people behind the scenes at CED Solutions: I’m not even sure how to begin to say thank you… but I am sure that a simple ‘thank you’ is not adequate enough to express my appreciation for the training that you have provided me this past week. Everyone who walks through your doors [...]
Microsoft’s Chris Pirie and Heath Brinke visit with CED Solutions’ class being taught by David Wade. CED Solutions is proud to offer MS Office Suite training classes (5 day course) to individuals who are currently unemployed at no charge. The classes are being held at the corporate office location of CED Solutions in the Atlanta area (Marietta). The location has two 3-story buildings dedicated to training and one of the largest training and testing centers in North America. To register for the [...]
[singlepic id=830 w=320 h=240 float=right]On Wednesday, April 1, the latest variant of the Conficker (also known as Downadup and Kido) work will download new instructions. The sophistication of this worm and its botnet have many concerned, although the amount of legitimate concern is a matter of debate. To prevent Conficker from activating, read the information from PC Mag Blogs at: http://blogs.pcmag.com/securitywatch/2009/03/the_most_important_things_to_k.php