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ITIL V3 Foundation

On February 9 to February 11 we are offering our most popular ITIL® V3 Foundation Training Course. This great ITIL training course is being offered via our LivE online platform. This innovative system allows you to partake in the class from the comfort of your own home.

If you are interested in taking this ITIL training course and certification please contact Michael Hacker via email or by calling me  at 201-807-9889 ext 107.


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Microsoft Best of Project Conference

On February 9, 2010 we will be cosponsoring the Microsoft Best of Project Conference Road Show in New York City.  If you are an Additional Information Worker, App/LOB Specialist, Desktop/EndUser Specialist, IT Decision Maker, IT Generalist, IT Implementer, IT Manager and Tech Influencing BDM this conference could greatly benefit you.

 The following is from the Microsoft Site:                                                       

“Microsoft Best of Project Conference Road Show.
Learn, Connect and Grow.

 Project Conference 2009 was one of the most exciting and valuable Microsoft Conferences this year!  In September, attendees at the Phoenix, Arizona event heard high-impact keynotes and participated in over 75 in-depth breakout sessions.  They connected with peers, learned from certified Microsoft partners and Microsoft Project team members, and grew their skill-sets and understanding of powerful Microsoft Project solutions.  Now, Microsoft proudly brings highlights of Project Conference 2009 to Microsoft Enterprise Customers across the country, through the Microsoft Best of Project Conference Roadshow.

 The Keynote starts at 9:00 AM.  After the key note, two tracks of sessions will run until 4:00 PM, and cover topics on Business Strategy and Planning, EPM Application and Solutions, Microsoft Project 2010 Overview, and Deployment and Systems Administration.  Sessions will be presented by your local Microsoft team, certified partners and a member of Microsoft’s Redmond Project team.  You will also have opportunities to visit Microsoft certified partners throughout the event day.”

If you would like to attend, please email me at and I will gladly send you an invite. For more information regarding Microsoft Office Project courses, please click HERE.

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Another week in Solartech World


This was another exciting week in the Solartech world.  We had numerous classes taking place in both of our training facilities in NY and NJ as well as via our livE platform.  Our dedicated instructors led the courses on Implementing Microsoft Office Project Server 2007, VMware, SQL Server 2005/2008 and SharePoint 2007.  

Overall the classes were a great success and we look forward to next week’s lineup providing our clients with

If you’re interested in taking any of our classes, we offer training on a wide array of subjects. Please visit our website here or feel free to email me at .

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Turkey Day and Cisco Training

  Last week was quite the week in Solartech’s world.   I was at our Wall Street, NY office attending Cisco sales training via our HD livE training platform. I don’t know how many of you are familiar with Cisco Systems,  but there is a great commercial where the girl from Juno goes to visit her old Doctor in Nova Scotia and winds up seeing him through a giant flat screen and HD webcam.  If you haven’t seen it, I would recommend viewing it here Cisco, The Doctor is In . This is exactly how our Cisco training was delivered at our downtown Wall Street office.   Just another way technology brings the world closer together.  I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.  I know I did. Only a few weeks till Christmas, so enjoy your weekend and get as much shopping done as you can now!  

 If you are in the mood for “buying” technology training, please contact me (877-SOLARTECH x 107)

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Windows 7 Launch Event, Newark

This week I attended the Microsoft Windows 7 Launch Event at the Newark Museum in Newark, NJ. This was my first time at the Newark Museum and figured I would get the most out of my visit by arriving early to take a look around the Asiatic Collection.  If you have never been to the museum, I would definitely recommend visiting, I know I plan on going back already with my girlfriend in a couple weeks.

The event itself was hosted in the Ballantine Mansion section of the museum with the refreshments being served among period art and carved mahogany paneling.  One would have been content enough to walk around the main room looking at the fine china on display or the ornately carved, marble fireplace; but alas, there was work to be done.

Christian and I were among the first arrivals with only Museum staff and Microsoft employees already setup. We took to our table and prepared our computer displays next to the members of the Micro Strategies team and waited for the first of the attendees to arrive.  When they started trickling in, we were met with optimism and happiness that Vista is now a thing of the past.

All-in-all the event went off without a hitch on our end. Christian and I got to wear custom made Microsoft T-shirts courtesy of my CEO’s daughter, plus we met a ton of Microsoft users looking for ways to integrate the newest products within their organizations.

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