Feeling stressed? Your inflexible communication style is coming into play. Learn more about your secondary communication style before you cause too much damage! Stan Thomas, one of New Horizons' Professional Development trainers explores these styles in today's post.
Today's post gives all the details for virtualising Microsoft SQL Server 2012 using Microsoft’s own Hyper-V 3.0 and System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). Written by San Roy, one of New Horizons' Microsoft Certified trainers.
The human brain can process up to 50,000 thoughts every day. What should we do to structure them so that we can clearly communicate our meaning? Find out how Tim Higgs, New Horizons' Professional Development Portfolio Manager, does it in today's blog post.
Make sure that you're using your time to create original work! Today's post explores ideas that will allow you to avoid duplication and be more productive, written by Fee Hosking, one of New Horizons' Professional Development trainers.
How do you build your confidence when you don't have an overabundance of hours to prepare for a presentation? Tim Higgs, New Horizons' Professional Development Portfolio Manager, provides us with some tips in today's post.
The process of managing your user's mobile devices with SCCM and Windows Intune is simpler than you think! Gordon Cowser, one of New Horizons' Microsoft certified trainers shows us this in today's post.
A question that we hear all the time is "What is the difference between Office 2013 and Office 365?” Nicky Bull, one of New Horizons' Office Applications trainers answers this question for you in today's blog post.
In Part 2 of our Photoshop automation series, Kate Davis, one of New Horizons' Graphic Design trainers, keeps bringing us great tips by teaching us the process of modifying an action after you've recorded it.
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