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Create VR with SCRATCH VR Suite
SCRATCH VR Introduction

With the release of SCRATCH 8.5, ASSIMILATE also introduced the SCRATCH VR Suite. This Suite bundles SCRATCH, SCRATCH Web and a series of tools and features for a streamlined workflow for Virtual Reality 360 media - projects. Although the basic viewing of 360 media is available even in the (free) SCRATCH Play version - all the advanced edit, grade and composite tools are only available in the SCRATCH VR Suite which requires a special license.   [FULL STORY]
 
 
 
With the release of SCRATCH 8.5, ASSIMILATE also introduced the SCRATCH VR Suite. This Suite bundles SCRATCH, SCRATCH Web and a series of tools and features for a streamlined workflow for Virtual Reality 360 media - projects. Although the basic viewing of 360 media is available even in the (free) SCRATCH Play version - all the advanced edit, grade and composite tools are only available in the SCRATCH VR Suite which requires a special license.   [FULL STORY]
 
With the release of SCRATCH 8.5, ASSIMILATE also introduced the SCRATCH VR Suite. This Suite bundles SCRATCH, SCRATCH Web and a series of tools and features for a streamlined workflow for Virtual Reality 360 media - projects. Although the basic viewing of 360 media is available even in the (free) SCRATCH Play version - all the advanced edit, grade and composite tools are only available in the SCRATCH VR Suite which requires a special license.   [FULL STORY]
 
Once we have a decent set of stone tools we need to start thinking about finding food, and somewhere to stay over the night. Because as soon as the sun goes down out comes the monsters. Zombies. Skeletons with bows and arrows. Nasty Creepers who silently slink up behind you and blow up themselves, you and everything around you. Some players try to do it all on their first day - build wooden tools, get stone and make stone tools, find food and build a nice house. Usually that results in you ending up died and re-spawning somewhere, with the loss of all you have done so far.   [FULL STORY]
 
Quickly learn how to manage and configure an Apache web server. This course is designed for IT professionals, office managers, and anyone who's been saddled with an Apache server without any idea of where to start. Author Jon Peck describes what the Apache HTTP Server is and what it's used for, and provides practical information on configuration and logging. Then discover how to troubleshoot common problems and control the server, and learn what questions you should be asking when determining whether to delegate this responsibility to a third party.   [FULL STORY]
Introduction to Windows PowerShell
by Mike Danseglio and Rick Trader
 
In this installment they begin The Introduction to Windows PowerShell. Learn how to administer an Active Directory environment across multiple locations, and replicate across the domain. Dive into group policies and explore advanced tools such as PowerShell. Mike Danseglio and Rick Trader teach you everything you need to know about Windows Server 2012 Active Directory management and implementation.   [FULL STORY]
Windows Server 2012 overview
by Mike Danseglio and Rick Trader
 
Learn how to administer an Active Directory environment across multiple locations, and replicate across the domain. Dive into group policies and explore advanced tools such as PowerShell. Mike Danseglio and Rick Trader teach you everything you need to know about Windows Server 2012 Active Directory management and implementation.   [FULL STORY]
 
 
 
 
By David Rivers
In Part 3 author David Rivers explains how to optimize cloud performance. This includes storage, data organization and segmentation, where to store your data, and where the data center is located to your users. The course then explores the benefits and drawbacks of cloud computing, including a candid look at balancing the sharing and privacy issues with the productivity gains of working in the cloud. David also presents an overview of migration and common cloud technologies as you contemplate a move to the cloud, including Google Apps, Microsoft Windows Live, and more. The final chapter outlines how to evaluate the ongoing effectiveness of the cloud for your business. [FULL STORY]

By David Rivers
In this installment author David Rivers explains the essentials of cloud computing storage. The whole course explores the benefits and drawbacks of cloud computing, including a candid look at balancing the sharing and privacy issues with the productivity gains of working in the cloud. David also presents an overview of migration and common cloud technologies as you contemplate a move to the cloud, including Google Apps, Microsoft Windows Live, and more. The final chapter outlines how to evaluate the ongoing effectiveness of the cloud for your business. [FULL STORY]

By David Rivers
In Part 1 author David Rivers explains the essentials of cloud computing and answers the basic question: What is the cloud? The course then explores the benefits and drawbacks of cloud computing, including a candid look at balancing the sharing and privacy issues with the productivity gains of working in the cloud. David also presents an overview of migration and common cloud technologies as you contemplate a move to the cloud, including Google Apps, Microsoft Windows Live, and more. The final chapter outlines how to evaluate the ongoing effectiveness of the cloud for your business. [FULL STORY]

By Mark Abdelnour
Need a secure, collaborative environment for managing documents? Meet SharePoint. Author and SharePoint implementation consultant Mark Abdelnour makes the introductions, showing you the fundamentals of storing and editing different kinds of documents. Learn how to upload files, work with metadata, and create views, the windows into your data in SharePoint. Mark also shows how to share links, set alerts, and use version history to keep track of who changed what when. Plus, learn how to collaborate with team members using apps, such as the Calendars and Discussion Boards apps. [FULL STORY]

By Gini Courter
In Exploring a SharePoint site Gina goes over the basics of a Sharepoint site. Learn how to use SharePoint Designer 2013 to alter the default appearance of SharePoint websites and brand them for your business. This course covers some of the new branding features in SharePoint, as well as HTML techniques that leverage your existing design skills. Not a designer? Don't worry. Gini Courter shows how to customize your site in a few clicks using SharePoint Designer's Design Manager and composed looks. For those new to SharePoint, she also starts off with a review of basic tasks like creating sites and pages, and improved features for images and video. Every SharePoint site doesn't have to look the same. Give yours a fresh visual identity with these techniques. [FULL STORY]


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