In an Increasingly Virtual World, Train Signal, Inc. Offers Unique Microsoft Virtualization Training in Effective Video Format

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Microsoft Virtualization Video Course Provides Fundamental Virtual PC and Virtual Server 2005 R2 Training.

Train Signal, Inc. has released their new FastTrack Video Training Course, Microsoft Virtualization, specifically for IT students and professionals who want to learn to utilize Virtual PC and Virtual Server. Featuring over 12 hours of video training, the Microsoft Virtualization training course covers the following topics: Installing Virtual Server, Converting Physical to Virtual (P2V), Virtual Networks, Managing and Administering Virtual Server, Creating and Using Virtual Machines, Virtual Disks, and more.

The Microsoft Virtualization course sells for $199.95, plus shipping and requires no additional software to complete as it features Windows Media Video compression and can be viewed with standard Windows Media Players. The course is instructed by David Davis, a multi-certified instructor with 12+ years of hands-on IT experience. Davis is credited with writing numerous IT articles, practice tests, and has coauthored a book.

Train Signal's Director of Product Development, Gary Eimerman say, "This Microsoft Virtualization course is really the first of its kind offering the fundamentals of virtualization in video format. The majority of virtualization training out there is available in book or CD format only. The best way to learn Virtual Server and Virtual PC is through watching it configured on a live network using real-world examples -- and that's exactly what our video training delivers."

Founded in 2002, Train Signal, Inc. creates unique, high quality computer training products for the serious IT student and professional. Currently they have over 20 courses covering topics in Microsoft, Cisco, Linux and Wireless Networking.

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