TechEd is one of the most popular technology conferences. We make it a goal of ours to attend and cover these kinds of events with interviews and updates. We have insightful interviews with experts of VMware and Microsoft, innovators, and instructors.
A party isn’t just a party at a tech conference. It’s a great opportunity to network and bounce off your peers. But for the shy and timid, this task could seem more daunting than exciting. Learn how to make the most of the social events at your next tech conference with these smooth tips.
Check out how the high-performing Storage Spaces feature is so effective at reducing the cost of tiered storage with thin provisioning in Windows Server 2012 R2. Is it so fast that EMC is in trouble?
Being a woman in IT can be rough. You have to be ready to deal with sexist assumptions about your abilities at work, but what about tech conferences? Unfortunately, they’re not immune to the boys-club tendencies either.
Most conferences pack a ton of information into a short amount of time and TechEd 2013 was no exception. There was significant news about Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft’s release cycles, PowerShell and more. Find out the most important info that will impact your work now and in the future.
It’s the final session of TechEd 2013. Even though you’re probably exhausted and patiently awaiting the closing party at the Superdome, it’s not time to stop learning just yet. TrainSignal instructor Richard Hicks has kicked off his session, “The Future is Now! Next Generation Remote Access Today with Windows Server 2012 DirectAccess,” in New Orleans [...]
At the Women in Technology luncheon at TechEd earlier this week, the discussion turned to how companies can encourage more women to work in IT. The panel of female Microsoft execs offered up these five tips.
With so many people hawking their wares at TechEd 2013, vendors have learned they have to take their swag seriously in order to stand out. Here’s a look at some of the best freebies and giveaways at the conference.
TrainSignal’s own J. Peter Bruzzese has taken the stage at TechEd, room 356. Today he’s covering a topic that still mystifies many Exchange pros: Unified Messaging (UM). What is it? What are the features that come with it? For those of you who couldn’t make it to New Orleans for the conference, I’ll share the [...]
We’re a little over half-way through TechEd 2013. With hundreds of sessions already in the books, I asked conference attendees who were standing in the hours-long line waiting to purchase a highly discounted Surface, “What’s the most interesting thing you’ve heard or learned so far?”
What’s the absolute most important thing you have to do when launching a cloud project? Microsoft Architect Eduardo Kassner dishes out a key piece of advice during a TechEd session on best practices for determining a cloud strategy.
Tech conferences can be overwhelming and exhausting no matter how well you prepare, but there are some things you can do to make your experience less hectic. As Day 1 of Microsoft’s TechEd draws to a close in New Orleans, I wanted to share the survival tips I’ve heard from long-time attendees.
At the TechEd 2013 Keynote, Microsoft announced new features for Server 2012 R2 were announced, as well as newly competitive pricing for Windows Azure and more. Check out the Microsoft technologies coming later this year with TechEd 2013 coverage.
There are few food cities as exciting as New Orleans. If you’re going to Microsoft’s TechEd next week, resist the urge to never leave the convention center for a meal. Get out and explore these restaurants that are among the best.
Earlier this week we posted part one of some interviews we did while we were at TechEd India 2013. In this second video, we asked customers to tell us what they love about Pluralsight, and describe how the courses in our library have helped strengthen their skills, and have allowed them to excel in their [...]
During our trip to TechEd India 2013, we got the chance to speak to some of our customers about Pluralsight. Here’s what they had to say about the value of having access to quality online training, and what it means to be part of the Pluralsight community. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAFGeqlaNYQ&w=560&h=315]
There are so many IT conferences out there and they’re not cheap, so how do you know which ones are worth your time and money? These three offer the most for your investment and can truly impact your career for a variety of reasons.
TrainSignal talks to security experts about the significance of the new executive order, and we break down the basics for what IT pros should know about how it will affect their jobs.
There are a crazy number of IT conferences. If you’re new to the field or its conference circuit, it can be hard to narrow down the options to figure out the best ones to attend. Here we’ll highlight the biggest conferences of 2013, looking at ones with high turnout rates last year and the most [...]
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In this interview from TechEd 2012, Jeff Hicks recaps the sell-out sessions on Windows PowerShell.