This is simply the best training material available
Rolling Meadows, IL (PRWEB) February 20, 2008
Train Signal Inc. recently released unique training videos that show consumers how to take advantage of Microsoft Windows Home Server to make their digital environment simpler, more organized and more secure.
The video training is one-of-a-kind because it is designed for regular PC users who may have very little technical expertise--and not just IT professionals. It tells consumers everything they need to know to install, run and maintain a Home Server so they can consolidate all of their documents, pictures, music, and videos into a single secure place.
"Windows Home Server is a unique product in and of itself, and our training shows you how to take advantage of every option and feature that is available," said Train Signal's Director of Sales and Marketing, Gary Eimerman.
With Train Signal's Windows Home Server videos, people have a fast and easy way to learn how to set up a Home Server, instead of having to acquire the knowledge on their own through books or Internet resources. The comprehensive training tool uses fun, interactive scenarios that show viewers how to:
- manage all their home computers through the Windows Home Server console
- create user accounts, set permissions and download security updates
- share and access files from any PC in the house with an Internet connection
- turn their Windows Home Server into a digital video recorder
- centralize backup and recovery to easily protect data from hard drive failure and other disasters
- automatically backup and restore PCs
- gain remote access to files and PCs
- connect an xBox to their Windows Home Server
The Windows Home Server training videos offer high-quality, instructor-led training, and the product has been well-received in the marketplace. "This is simply the best training material available," said Michael Edde, the owner of Alpha and Omega Computer Consultants.
Train Signal's Windows Home Server training videos are taught by industry veteran Scott Lowe (MCSE, CNA), who has more than 14 years of experience. Lowe serves as chief information officer at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. He also authors technical articles for Microsoft and CNet's TechRepublic, for which he has written more than 500 articles. Lowe is also the author of O'Reilly's Home Networking: The Missing Manual and coauthor of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Administrator's Companion.
As a company, Train Signal offers consumers a number of distinct advantages. For one, it specializes in providing high-quality computer training for a reasonable price. And as Eimerman said, "Our training videos include real-world scenarios and examples--not just theory. All of our instructors are certified professionals with years of experience in the field. We're also very confident in the quality of our products, and that's why our training is backed with a 100-percent money back guarantee."
Based in Rolling Meadows, IL, Train Signal is a privately-held IT training video software firm. It offers more than 30 products covering Microsoft, Cisco, Comptia and VMware training. Train Signal provides training on CD, as well as on an external hard drive with the purchase of one of its complete sets or bundles.