Train Signal Releases SharePoint Server 2007 Training Videos

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New training covers SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007 plus 70-630 and 70-631 MCTS exams.

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SharePoint is really a must have for any organization. Plain and simple ... it's smart business. Plus, it plays nice with other Office 2007 solutions. And we've kept this in mind when creating this training. Our SharePoint training videos have everything today's businesses need to maximize and capitalize on its capabilities.

Train Signal, Inc. has just released SharePoint Server 2007 Training videos. The training covers Microsoft's free SharePoint Services 3.0 and the more robust SharePoint Server 2007solution.

SharePoint Server 2007 is Microsoft's newest solution for content management, enterprise search, accelerating shared business processes, and maximizing information-sharing. This efficient collaboration and content management server gives IT pros and developers tools for server administration, application extensibility, and interoperability. Plus, it allows organizations to effectively install and deploy intranet or extranet websites in minutes, instead of building them from scratch.

Featuring 10 hours of all instructor led training, Train Signal's SharePoint Server 2007 training videos include the following topics: Installation of WSS, SharePoint Site Setup, SharePoint Page Creation, Adding Users and User Groups, Web Parts and Lists, Custom Lists and Content Items, Document Libraries, Alerts and RSS, Workflows for WSS, SharePoint Server Maintenance, MS Office Integration, Setting Up an Extranet with SharePoint, Security/SSL Configuration and more.

Train Signal's SharePoint Server training course also provides complete exam coverage for the 70-630 MCTS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Configuration Exam) and the 70-631 MCTS (Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Configuration Exam).

The SharePoint Server 2007 training videos sell for $199.95, plus shipping. Because it features Windows Media Video compression, the course can be viewed with standard Windows Media Players and requires no additional software.

The course is instructed by Ben "Coach" Culbertson (MCT, MCSA, MCDBA, CIW, A+, Net+, MOS). Ben has taught thousands of IT students and professionals, and brings ten years of training, web, print, and network consulting experience to Train Signal. Ben says this about SharePoint Server and the new training course, "SharePoint is one of the few technologies in IT that is not only useful, but fun to set-up and implement as well. While the advanced super-skilled programming guru can go under the hood and make it do flip-flops, the beginning and veteran system administrator can provide huge gains in productivity for users using out of the box features. And that's where our SharePoint training comes in. Our course provides the foundation to launch a great implementation, decodes the jargon, and gets a new SharePoint administrator the tools necessary to get the job done."

Founder and President of Train Signal, Scott Skinger, added this about the new SharePoint Server 2007 training videos, "SharePoint is really a must have for any organization. Plain and simple ... it's smart business. Plus, it plays nice with other Office 2007 solutions. And we've kept this in mind when creating this training. Our SharePoint training videos have everything today's businesses need to maximize and capitalize on its capabilities."

Founded in 2002, Train Signal creates unique, high quality computer training products for the serious IT student and professional. Train Signal videos are shipped on CD-ROM, usually within 24 hours of order placement.

Train Signal has over 25 courses covering topics in Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, and Wireless Networking. Customers can purchase courses individually, or in Complete Bundle Sets on a convenient hard drive. Free demos for Train Signal video courses are available online.

For more product information, visit the website at http://www.trainsignal.com or call customer service at (888) 229-5055. For access to free IT training videos, exam questions, and the latest IT news, visit Train Signal's free training site at http://www.trainsignaltraining.com.

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