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    Microsoft SharePoint 2010 – Configuration (Exam 70-667)
    Textbook: Wiley, ISBN: 978-0-470-62701-3
    a. What’s New in Microsoft SharePoint 2010
    b. Planning and Deploying a SharePoint 2010 Installation and Upgrade
    c. Configuring SharePoint Farm Environments, Service Applications, Indexing, and Searches
    d. Managing Operational Settings, User Accounts and Roles, Authentication Providers and Permissions, Web Applications and Host Site, and Site Collections
    e. Deploying and Managing Applications and Solutions
    f. Backing Up and Restoring SharePoint
    g. Monitoring the SharePoint Environment
    h. Optimizing SharePoint
    i. Working with Windows PowerShell
    36 hours
    $2,100 • 3 credits

    Microsoft SharePoint 2010 – Administration (Exam 70-668)

    Textbook: Wiley, ISBN: 978-0-470-64398-3
    Prerequisite: 9CP-001
    a. Planning the Logical Architecture, Farm Deployment, Security Architecture, Service Applications, SharePoint Component Strategy, Search Solutions, Business Management Strategies, Upgrade and Migration Strategy
    b. Designing the Physical Architecture
    c. Integrating SharePoint with the Network Infrastructure
    d. Designing Strategies for Operations and Business Continuity
    36 hours
    $2,100 • 3 credits

    Microsoft SharePoint 2010 – End User
    Textbook: By Robert Bogue, ISBN-13: 978-0-9824198-0-9
    Prerequisite: 9CP-002
    a. Collaborating on Projects
    b. Discussing Ideas
    c. Conducting Effective Meetings and Surveys
    d. Working Together on Content
    e. Managing Lists, Libraries, and Personal Files and Information
    f. Using Outlook for Sharing
    g. Creating and Customizing Your MySite
    h. Publishing Web Content
    i. Building Web Part Pages
    36 hours
    $2,100 • 3 credits

    Powershell for SharePoint Administrators

    Textbook: By Niklas Goude, ISBN-13: 978-0071747974
    Prerequisite: 9CP-003

    a. Understanding Key SharePoint 2010 Concepts and Components, and the Basics of PowerShell for SharePoint Administration
    b. Developing Custom PowerShell Scripts and Functions
    c. Automating SharePoint 2010 Management Using PowerShell
    d. Managing Web Applications and Content Databases
    e. Administering Sites and Site Collections
    f. Controlling List Items and Metadata
    g. Handling Document Management
    h. Enabling Remote BLOB Storage
    i. Querying SQL Server Databases
    36 hours
    $2,100 • 3 credits

    SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Content Management

    Textbook: By Ben Robb, ISBN-13: 978-0735648104
    Prerequisite: 9CP-004

    a. Examining Real-World Case Studies and Learning How Other Organizations Solve ECM Problems
    b. Determining the Obstacles You Need to Overcome to Effectively Manage Information Across the Organization
    c. Using SharePoint 2010 as Your Organization’s Central Hub for Documents, Knowledge, Web Content, Digital Assets, Records, and User-Generated Content
    d. Learning How to Capture, Manage, and Deliver Content Across Your Organization Using Key SharePoint Functionality
    e. Scrutinizing ECM Approaches in Financial, Legal, Governmental, and Educational Settings
    f. Implementing SharePoint for Both Internal and External Content Publishing
    36 hours
    $2,100 • 3 credits

    Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)

    Textbook: By Susan Weese, ISBN-13: 978-0470932902
    Prerequisite: 9CP-005

    a. Foundation Concepts
    b. Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring
    c. Enterprise Analysis
    d. Requirements Management and Communication
    e. Elicitation
    f. Requirements Analysis
    g. Solution Assessment and Validation
    h. Underlying Competencies
    36 hours
    $2,100 • 3 credits

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