Train Signal Releases Small Business Server 2011 Training

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Train Signal’s Small Business Server 2011 Training is the first to market course covering Microsoft's powerful Small Business Server 2011 suite.

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Train Signal, Inc the global leader in professional computer training, announced the release of its new Small Business Server 2011 Training.

Just because a business is small, doesn't mean it can get by without a business server. Microsoft's Small Business Server 2011 offers small to medium size businesses an updated suite of powerful server software including Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft Exchange 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010, all in a single package. Businesses that need a robust database server can add the Small Business Server 2011 Premium Add-On, which provides a SQL Server 2008 R2 for Small Business server license as well.

Microsoft's SBS 2011 is a full-featured server environment for small businesses. SBS 2011 offers a lower cost server solution without the additional overhead and complexity of the company's flagship Windows Server product.

Train Signal's SBS 2011 Training instructor Ed Liberman said, "SBS 2011 is a cost effective way to get a lot of services on a single server. It's a great tool for making small businesses more efficient, as one administrator can handle all of the server tasks, whether it's managing the network, Exchange or SharePoint."

While Microsoft has done an admirable job of simplifying the installation and management of SBS 2011, software this powerful requires some technical knowledge to maximize its potential for small businesses. That is why Train Signal's first to market SBS 2011 training is so valuable.

Train Signal's Small Business Server 2011 Training course teaches network administrators and small business owners how to install, configure, manage and optimize an SBS 2011 environment. The SBS 2011 course also covers how to migrate from Small Business Server 2003 or Small Business Server 2008. Students looking to prove their SBS 2011 competency will be glad to know that Train Signal's SBS 2011 training offers full coverage of Microsoft certification exam 70-169: Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard, Configuring.

This Small Business Server training will help get a small business up and running with ease. The full level of coverage means that students can take advantage of the enormous potential provided by all of SBS's eight Microsoft products in one package, including Windows Server 2008 R2, Exchange Server 2010 Standard SP1, SharePoint Foundation 2010, SQL Server 2008 R2 Express, WSUS 3.0 SP2, Integrated Migration Prep Tool and Remote Web Access.

Matt Elias, Train Signal's Product Team Manager, said, "SBS 2011 is a collaboration of different Microsoft products that are designed to work together seamlessly. The product has really come a long way in the last decade and in our SBS 2011 training we show users how to take advantage of the complete SBS Package."

The instructors for this course are networking and Windows Server expert Ed Liberman and SharePoint and Exchange expert J. Peter Bruzzese.

Ed Liberman has 18 years of experience and numerous industry certifications including MCSA, MCSE, MCT, MCTS, MCITP, CWNA, CWTS, CWNT. He has been a certified instructor since 1998 and has helped thousands of people advance their IT careers. While Liberman ensures students have the knowledge to pass a certification exam, his real focus is on helping students develop the skills needed to succeed in the real world.

J. Peter Bruzzese, who covers the SharePoint and Exchange topics in the SBS 2011 course, also has multiple certifications including a Triple-MCSE, MCT, MCSA, MCITP: Messaging and is a Microsoft MVP for Exchange. He has published numerous books including Exchange 2007 SP1 How-To, Server 2008 How-To and Windows 7 Unveiled, all from publisher Que. Bruzzese is also a regular contributor to Redmond Magazine, Windows IT Pro, Realtime and TechTarget, as well as being a regular speaker at Microsoft TechEd Conferences and IT 360 Tech Conferences in Canada.

Gosia Niklinski, Train Signal's Product Development Specialist, said, "Our SBS 2011 training is perfect for beginners. Ed and Peter not only show you how to do everything, they explain in detail why you're doing it. But the course is also great for those moving from previous versions of SBS as the migration steps from 2003 and 2008 are covered in detail."

Train Signal's Small Business Server 2011 Training provides almost 16 hours of training broken down into 25 lessons. Students receive three DVDs in the mail, including two DVDs of video lessons and an additional content DVD. However, students don't have to wait for their disks to arrive to get started. Train Signal offers instant online access to all course materials, content and notes almost immediately after signing up.

Like all Train Signal courses, all lessons come in multiple audio and video formats ensuring that students can access the training on virtually any device. In addition, all instructor notes are included in PDF format for reading on the go, or following along with the training videos.
Train Signal's Small Business Server 2011 Training is offered at just $397 and comes backed by a 90 Day Total Experience Guarantee.

About Train Signal: Founded in 2002, Train Signal provides computer-based "Total Experience" training that gives individuals the tools and confidence to tackle real-world challenges, pass their certification exam and succeed in today’s competitive global IT market.

Train Signal offers a wide range of computer training packages covering Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA, VMware, and Microsoft Office. In addition to its Windows Server 2008, Exchange Server 2010, and SQL Server 2008 courses, Train Signal offers training for over fifty different training courses including: VMware vSphere training, Cisco CCNA training, Windows 7 training, and more.

A privately-held company, Train Signal is based in Schaumburg, IL. For more information about Train Signal, please visit http://www.trainsignal.com

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