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Handling your Office 2010 migration
Handling your Office 2010 migration

Deanna Reynolds | 02/16/2011

Microsoft Office 2010 is anticipated to have broad adoption in the upcoming year. Challenges include the need to minimize admin and IT support costs, fit the migration process into the workload of already-busy IT staff, and avoid impacting user productivity. With the right preparation and execution, you can simplify the process and ensure an ROI. Minimize admin workload and IT cost with careful planning Start by investigating your user requirements and monitor current Office utilization to determine which users are most active in each component. You can eliminate those who are not actively using an Office suite from the migration pro... Read More...

Relevant Tags: GSA/DOD, office, migration, training, support, users, increase user, office migration, user productivity, minimize admin, microsoft office

Norwich University offers diversity

BG Michael B. Kelley | 02/16/2011

Norwich University, located in Northfield, VT, is the birthplace of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) and the nation’s oldest private military college. For almost 200 years we have been guided by a tradition of innovation. On our Northfield campus we educate a full range of students from traditional-aged to seasoned combat veterans to middle aged adults seeking new career opportunities. We created online programming to deliver graduate programs to mid-career professionals, many of whom complete their studies while serving active duty; professional certificate programs and one online bachelor’s completion program. Read More...

Relevant Tags: GSA/DOD, office, migration, training, support, users, increase user, office migration, user productivity, minimize admin, microsoft office

Medical readiness training exercises provide a win-win situation
Medical readiness training exercises provide a win-win situation
Looking to the future

Lorraine Murphy | 02/19/2010

Humanitarian assistance exercises have long been a key component of the efforts of U.S. military forces stationed around the world – offering aid to impoverished areas and allowing troops to practice the execution of various types of operations.    One example of this can be seen in United States Southern Command’s (SOUTHCOM) area of responsibility, where personnel have been conducting medical readiness training exercises, also known as MEDRETEs, for nearly 20 years. Part of SOUTHCOM’s efforts to promote security and stability across the Americas, MEDRETEs, which are regularly held across Central America and the Caribbean, have proven ... Read More...

Relevant Tags: GSA/DOD,medical, exercises, personnel, military, medretes, patients, training, treat patients, central america, medical personnel, around world, united states, readiness training, training exercises, america

Civilian agencies look to Military technology for future response efforts
Civilian agencies look to Military technology for future response efforts

K12 award winning curriculum | 12/07/2009

Since the H1N1 Virus first emerged this past spring, government and civilian agencies across the world have taken steps to prevent spread of the illness. Schools have been closed, travel restrictions have been implemented and, most recently, vaccination clinics have been set up to provide mass immunization services. The H1N1 outbreak has also made it clear to agencies that they must have mobile facilities available, from medical surge facilities to points of distribution, if they hope to control future disasters. For some civilian responders this has meant turning to the same soft-walled shelter technology that has long been used by Ameri... Read More...

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