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 Current Microsoft Certifications:

PC Technician
MCTS Windows 7 Configuration »
• MCITP Enterprise Desktop Administrator »

Network / Server Administrator
• MCTS Active Directory »
• MCTS Network Infrastructure »
• MCTS Applications Infrastructure »
• MCITP Server Administrator »
• MCITP Enterprise Administrator »
• MCSE Private Cloud - Coming Soon! »

Programming
• MCTS Windows Applications »
• MCTS Web Applications »
• MCTS Distributed Applications »
• Visual Studio 2010 »

Microsoft Office Specialist
• MOS Certification »

Data Management
• MCTS SQL Server 2008 »

Competency: Learning Solutions

With the Learning Solutions Competency, we specialize in delivering high-end technical learning solutions to our customers. Earning this Competency identifies members of Microsoft's premier commercial training and delivery channel, making it easier to expand the scope of services and market potential. Microsoft Gold Certified Partners with the Learning Solutions Competency deliver a range of information technology and developer training services based on Microsoft technology.

Microsoft Spokesperson Quote "Our industry partners help deliver learning solutions that integrate software, skills, services and support to improve the overall customer experience," said Lutz Ziob, general manager for Microsoft Learning. "The Learning Solutions Competency ensures that customers receive high-quality, consultative IT skills and technology solutions from industry experts."

Competency: Networking Infrastructure Solutions

Microsoft Gold Certified Partners enrolled in the Networking Infrastructure Solutions Competency have proved their competency in implementing technology solutions based on either the Microsoft Windows ServerT 2003 or Windows® 2000 Server operating system, with a particular focus on Microsoft Small Business Server 2000 and Windows Small Business Server 2003. These implementations may include crafting solutions that connect Windows-based servers, PC locations and the Internet; installing a server farm; or building a small-business Windows Server stand-alone solution that includes file and print capabilities.