Every time Microsoft creates a new version of its operating system, companies evolve to adapt to their new functions and accessibilities
Frederick, MD (PRWEB) October 18, 2006
KeyStone Learning Systems, LLC (KeyStone) announced their latest instructor-based video courseware covering Microsoft Windows Vista. Scheduled for public release Q4 2006, the “Windows Vista Essentials” course will assist users in making the transition into the new features and navigation of Microsoft Windows Vista.
To assist in the global switch to Windows Vista, KeyStone will be preparing its users with its pre-release training. Users will have the opportunity to take training on Windows Vista months before the actual Microsoft release date. Instructed by Microsoft blog columnist Joli Ballew, author of several books on previous operating systems, including how to maximize their potential; these courses are intended to give users an advantageous head start on the industry standard operating system on the market.
“Every time Microsoft creates a new version of its operating system, companies evolve to adapt to their new functions and accessibilities,” said Larry Cates, CEO of KeyStone. “With such a demand for learning materials on new industry standards, we felt that releasing our courseware the quarter before the actual Microsoft debut would be beneficial to companies, organizers and single users alike.”
About KeyStone Learning Systems
KeyStone is a leading provider of IT learning solutions for professionals seeking comprehensive training in desktop, developer and certification skills. Its video-based instructor-led format has been recognized as an industry leader for the past fourteen years. KeyStone produces and distributes training courses in video, web, and DVD-ROM formats, and continues to provide new solutions through partnerships, new products and through its Desktop Learning Library (DLL) and Enterprise Learning Library (ELL).