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Kasia Lorenc

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Kasia Lorenc served as the editor-in-chief of the TrainSignal blog from 2007 - 2012. In addition to covering a variety of topics, including IT certification, training and technology news, Kasia was also responsible for the content strategy and website management at TrainSignal. You can connect with Kasia on Twitter @kasialorenc.


Kasia Lorenc has written 319 posts for Pluralsight blog

Your vCloud Director Organization Top 5 Useful Features

Your vCloud Director Organization Top 5 Useful Features

By Kasia Lorenc on August 16, 2012

In this virtualization webinar, VCP Jake Robinson provides insight on running applications in your vCloud Director environment. Learn about great features to use with the vCloud API and some advice bsed on his extensive experience in managing IT infrastructures.


VMware vSphere Design 101 with VCDX Scott Lowe

VMware vSphere Design 101 with VCDX Scott Lowe

By Kasia Lorenc on August 8, 2012

What is vSphere design? What does it entail and why is a proper design so important? In this on-demand webinar, VCDX Scott Lowe provides an overview of the vSphere design process and the complex decisions it involves. See if VCDX is right for you and how you can get started with vSphere design.


Windows 8 for Clients, Servers and Tablets

Windows 8 for Clients, Servers and Tablets

By Kasia Lorenc on August 3, 2012

By now, you’ve probably read about some of the hot desktop features in Windows 8. What you may not know is that Windows 8 is designed to unify the computing experience — learn how in this free on-demand webinar.


Don Jones on Moving to MS Office 365

Don Jones on Moving to MS Office 365

By Kasia Lorenc on July 31, 2012

In this interview, Don Jones explains his experience moving to Microsoft Office 365, and some of the different options and potential pitfalls to consider, especially in regards to migration.


The New MCSE: How to Successfully Build Your Microsoft Certified Career

The New MCSE: How to Successfully Build Your Microsoft Certified Career

By Kasia Lorenc on July 30, 2012

Are you confused by the new certification program from Microsoft? In this on-demand webinar, you’ll get a break down of the new MCSA, MCSE and MCSD certifications and advice on how to build a successful career around them.


Building a Successful Career with Microsoft’s New MCSE Certifications

By Kasia Lorenc on July 25, 2012

If you’re still wondering why or how Microsoft has reinvented their popular MCSE certifications then our live webinar and new GoCertify article are just what you need. Join us this Thursday for a free webinar on how to successfully build your Microsoft certified career and check out our latest MCSE article on GoCertify.


Getting Started with Office 365 Migration

Getting Started with Office 365 Migration

By Kasia Lorenc on July 24, 2012

Make sure you’ve covered all your bases before migrating to MS Office 365. Check out Brian Desmond’s tips for a smoother migration, and how to prepare the organization for such a significant platform move to the “cloud.”


IT Security Fundamentals with MVP Don Jones

IT Security Fundamentals with MVP Don Jones

By Kasia Lorenc on July 18, 2012

One of the trickiest parts of IT security is simply understanding where all of your weak points are. In this on-demand webinar, industry guru Don Jones covers the different ways in which attackers commonly try to compromise IT and organizational security.


Don Jones’ Top 5 PowerShell Cmdlets

Don Jones’ Top 5 PowerShell Cmdlets

By Kasia Lorenc on July 17, 2012

In this interview with Microsoft MVP Don Jones, he explains his top five cmdlets to use in Windows PowerShell, including ways they may be used in the forthcoming PowerShell Version 3.


Conquering the IT Cover Letter

Conquering the IT Cover Letter

By Kasia Lorenc on July 13, 2012

A first-rate cover letter can accent the strengths of your resume and help propel your application to the top. In this on-demand webinar, you will learn simple strategies to help make your cover letter the best that it can be so you can get your dream IT job!


Our Ultimate IT Resume Guide just got better

By Kasia Lorenc on July 6, 2012

Our Ultimate Resume Guide for IT Professionals just got better… the updated guide now includes a brand new section on writing cover letters and letters of interest. Learn more and get yours FREE today!


Win a Trip to VMworld 2012

By Kasia Lorenc on July 3, 2012

Don’t have the funds to attend VMworld 2012? Greg Stuart from vDestination.com has you covered with a contest that will pay for your airfare, hotel and conference pass so you can attend VMworld 2012 for free! Learn more and enter today!


Best of TechEd 2012: New Features in Windows Server 2012

Best of TechEd 2012: New Features in Windows Server 2012

By Kasia Lorenc on June 29, 2012

Didn’t get a chance to attend TechEd 2012? The sold-out event featured 65+ sessions on Windows Server 2012. In this on-demand webinar, TrainSignal’s lead Windows Server instructor shares new features in Windows Server 2012 as well as some TechEd 2012 resources for those who missed the live event.


Security Awareness For Non-IT Users: Biggest Bang for your Buck

Security Awareness For Non-IT Users: Biggest Bang for your Buck

By Kasia Lorenc on June 22, 2012

The first line of defense against common security threats is simpler and more effective than you think — it’s user education. Get helpful tools and tips for teaching your users security concepts to lower high-risk behavior and improve your organization’s security.


Jeff Hicks’ #1 Feature in PowerShell v3: Workflow

Jeff Hicks’ #1 Feature in PowerShell v3: Workflow

By Kasia Lorenc on June 20, 2012

What’s PowerShell v3? How will the new version impact your work? What can you look forward to in version 3? PowerShell MVP Jeff Hicks explains all this and more, sharing his favorite new features in PowerShell v3: Workflow.


Mark Minasi’s #1 Windows Server 2012 Feature: Dynamic Access Control

Mark Minasi’s #1 Windows Server 2012 Feature: Dynamic Access Control

By Kasia Lorenc on June 20, 2012

What’s your favorite feature in Windows Server 2012? In this video from TechEd 2012, author and speaker Mark Minasi talks about his #1 feature in Windows Server 2012 — Dynamic Access Control.


Get Lazy with PowerShell

Get Lazy with PowerShell

By Kasia Lorenc on June 19, 2012

Why learn PowerShell? With the release of Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, the powerful tool is more important than ever. Now in version 3, PowerShell is a must-have tool for Windows administrators who want to keep their jobs.


Join Us for Two Free Webinars on SharePoint & Security

By Kasia Lorenc on June 19, 2012

We’re hosting two free back-to-back webinars on SharePoint and security. Join us this Thursday to learn how to use SharePoint successfully as a collaboration tool and how to teach your users about security best practices — all for free!


TechEd 2012 in Photos

By Kasia Lorenc on June 16, 2012

See TechEd 2012 in photos — TechEd 2012 keynote, ‘Best of TechEd 2012′ awards, women in technology seminar, TechEd 2012 philanthropy, the closing party and more.


What’s New at TechEd 2012: Simpler, Better, Faster, Cheaper

What’s New at TechEd 2012: Simpler, Better, Faster, Cheaper

By Kasia Lorenc on June 13, 2012

What’s new at TechEd 2012? TrainSingal Instructor, Scott Lowe talks about new technologies announced at this year’s event and how they’re helping IT professionals streamline their path to the cloud. Watch the video — live from TechEd 2012 — now!