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|Windows 10: Plan and Implement Software Updates Training Lynda.com|
Software updates are key to keeping the systems on your network current and secure. Learn how to plan and implement software updates in Windows 10. Microsoft MVP Brien Posey shows how to deploy and manage updates using three different services: Software Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), and Intune. He covers topics such as creating update groups in Configuration Manager, approving and declining updates in Intune, deploying Microsoft and non-Microsoft updates in Intune, configuring automatic deployment rules, and analyzing log files to troubleshoot problematic updates.
|Windows 10: Provision and Manage Mobile Devices Training Lynda.com|
Take control of mobile. Learn how to use ActiveSync policies, System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) profiles, and Intune to control the way your mobile users access email, Wi-Fi, VPN, apps, and data. This hands-on course covers the skills system administrators need to provision and manage mobile devices in Windows 10. Microsoft MVP Brien Posey shows how to connect mobile devices to Exchange Server and Exchange Online, provision user accounts for Intune, connect Intune with SCCM, configure Intune for mobile device management, and manage devices and conditional access in Intune.
|Windows 10: Security Training Lynda.com|
Whether you are upgrading or starting afresh with a new operating system out of the box, having the peace of mind that your system will be secure is possible by taking a few necessary actions. Protecting your Windows 10 system includes updating authentication and authorization settings, reviewing encryption options, selecting an anti-virus solution, and configuring network settings. Activating native solutions or adding compatible third-party solutions can improve your system's defenses. Completing a few crucial steps and configuring settings according to your needs is the focus of this course, Windows 10: Security.
In this course, Martin Guidry helps you work through each essential security step. He takes you through familiar ground, standard account setup, covering accounts, passwords, users groups, and permissions. He also takes you through unfamiliar territory, enhanced features and new products, examining BitLocker, Wi-Fi Sense, Windows Defender, and Edge, the new web browser. This course provides instructional step-by-step walkthroughs in addition to best practice discussions. Learn how to protect your computer from a network attack, apply security policies in Group Policy, use remote desktop, and more.
|Webinars for Lead Gen Training Lynda.com|
In this course, marketing expert Jamie Shanks takes you through the craft of creating and executing webinars that generate leads. Jaime shows how to map out your desired results, and shares strategies for driving demand and interest from prospects. He also provides best practices for assembling a panel that members will want to see, and explains how to use facts, trends, and insights to assemble a compelling story that captures the attention of your audience. Plus, he discusses how to promote and recruit sponsors, and shares hands-on tips for making your webinar look and sound great.
|What is Graphic Design? Training Lynda.com|
Are you curious about what graphic design really is? This video defines graphic design, so you can understand its purpose and what it accomplishes. Learn how design is used to convey ideas and concepts, and to enhance interactive experiences. Discover the impact that strong visual communication has on individuals, businesses, and the world. Then, get ready to explore courses that will help you build graphic design skills.
|What Video Camera Should I Buy? Training Lynda.com|
Video cameras have come a long way. They're smaller, lighter, and shoot in higher resolutions—4K and beyond. Now more than ever, we have to make the right choice on what camera to buy or rent for the type of productions we shoot. The lighting, the locations, the size of your team, and even the computer you use for video editing can all impact the decision.
Evaluating your production workflow and the camera options out there can save you time, money, and maybe even your sanity. Camera enthusiast Erik Naso is here to help. He'll teach you how to ask the right questions and pick the right camera—balancing "the camera I should buy" with "the camera I want to buy," so you end up happy with your purchase over the long run. Learn how to figure out your budget and needs; understand the different file formats, sensors, and lenses available; and choose the right accessories for any shooting situation.
|Where to Focus: Weaknesses or Strengths? Training Lynda.com|
Suzy Welch explains feedback review strategies when it comes to discussing an individuals strengths and weaknesses.
|Why Mentoring Matters Training Lynda.com|
FOCUS Brands Group President, former Cinnabon President, and LinkedIn Influencer Kat Cole speaks with LinkedIn editor Lorraine Lee at CGI U's 9th annual meeting at UC Berkeley. She talks about mentoring moments and the approaches to developing shared perspectives.
|Windows 10 Essential Training Training Lynda.com|
Please be aware that there was a significant update to Windows in August 2016, called the Anniversary Update. If you are using Windows after running the Anniversary Update, you should switch over to a different course, Windows 10 Anniversary Update Essential Training.
Learn all the essential features of Windows 10. This comprehensive course covers everything you need to know to install Windows, customize it to your liking, and start working with files and applications. Author Nick Brazzi shows how to manage folders, use Cortana to search and navigate, browse the web with the new Microsoft Edge browser, and work with Mail, Calendars, and People (aka contacts).
Plus, learn about sharing via a home network, multiuser configurations, security and privacy, and troubleshooting Windows.
|Vocal Lessons: 2 Singing Songs Better Training Lynda.com|
Learn how to sing—and sing better. Many top performers rely on vocal coaches like Jeannie Deva to help them perfect songs and improve their range and tone. Practice the techniques professional singers use in the comfort of your own home, with this set of breathing, pitch, and phrasing exercises, designed by Jeannie especially for her clients. Learn how to breathe correctly, relax the stomach and diaphragm, and maximize inhalations and exhalations. Find out how to warm up your voice with lip trills and nose buzzes. Discover tricks for improving pitch and increasing vocal resonance and "ease." Finally, Jeannie helps you to improve your delivery of a song with phrasing and dynamics. Each technique is demonstrated on a guest singer, so you can see and hear the corrections in action.
Note: The course is part 2 of the Vocal Lessons with Jeannie Deva series, recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.
|Vocal Lessons: 3 Expanding Your Range Training Lynda.com|
Want to learn how to sing more challenging and dynamic songs? When your voice is your instrument, "tuning" it becomes a matter of practice. These singing lessons and vocal exercises from top vocal coach Jeannie Deva will help you expand your range and precision, providing instant and noticeable results. Part 3 of her Vocal Lessons series, this course takes Jeannie's years of experience coaching Grammy-winning singers, Broadway actors, and top recording artists and distills it into comprehensive online lessons. Watch from home, at your own pace, and learn practical techniques to expand your range over multiple octaves. Free your voice from preconceptions and strain, and practice exercises to eliminate register breaks and achieve the range you desire.
Note: Vocal Lessons with Jeannie Deva was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.
|V-Ray RT: Production Rendering Training Lynda.com|
Find out how to use V-Ray RT as a bona fide production renderer in 3ds Max, even in a compositing-based pipeline. V-Ray RT has caught up to the standard production renderer in Max, with an engine that can take advantage of CPU and GPU processing; it's no longer just a tool for quick preview renders. This course shows how to set up V-Ray RT as an ActiveShade renderer and start adding geometry and cameras, creating animations, applying materials and lighting, and adjusting render settings for a professional-looking, efficient render in 3ds Max. Brian Bradley teaches all these techniques as he progresses through a mini-project, concluding with a brief chapter on compositing your final render in After Effects. The examples help show how V-Ray RT can be put to use in a simplified real-world production scenario, where speed and flexibility are equally important.
|V-Ray: Control Color Bleed in 3ds Max Training Lynda.com|
Color bleed is a common problem in global illumination (GI) renders, as colors are transferred by means of indirect light reflection. By understanding how light works in the real world, and using 3ds Max and V-Ray to mimic that behavior virtually, you can prevent most color bleed problems. Join Brian Bradley as he demonstrates the causes of—and solutions for—the color bleed that occurs in V-Ray GI renders. Learn how to control color bleed in a physically accurate manner (as you could on a real-world set), and by using GI-specific tools along with other nonphysical controls such as Materials Overrides and the V-Ray Object Properties dialog.
|Web Motion: Animate a CSS Sprite Sheet Training Lynda.com|
CSS sprite sheets have opened up another door for web motion, allowing you to efficiently animate a series of images—anything from button states to character poses. In this quick course, Tom Green shows you how to animate a character's walk cycle by creating a sprite sheet in Flash, editing in Fireworks, and putting it into motion (and into your HTML) with Edge Animate.
|Web Motion: Create an Animated Banner Ad Training Lynda.com|
Learn to create a simple web banner with motion and interactivity. This installment of Web Motion for Beginners shows you how to take a client project from concept to completion—in this case for a banner ad that invites viewers to visit Ontario, Canada. Tom Green shows how to build on an initial idea with sketches and wireframes, and create your image assets in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. You'll then assemble the ad in Edge Animate and create interactive buttons with the Gradient feature.
|Introduction to MPI Training CI-Tutor|
The Message Passing Interface, or MPI, is a standard library of subroutines (Fortran) or function calls (C) that can be used to implement a message-passing program. MPI allows for the coordination of a program running as multiple processes in a distributed memory environment, yet is flexible enough to be used in a shared memory environment. MPI is the defacto standard for message-passing, and as such, MPI programs should compile and run on any platform supporting it. This provides ease of use and source code portability. It also allows efficient implementations across a range of architectures, offers a great deal of functionality, includes different communication types and special routines for common collective operations, handles user-defined data types and topologies, and supports heterogeneous parallel architectures.
This tutorial provides an introduction to MPI so you can begin using it to develop message-passing programs in Fortran or C.
Target Audience: Programmers and researchers interested in using or writing parallel programs to solve complex problems.
Prerequisites: No prior experience with MPI or parallel programming is required to take this course. However, an understanding of computer programming is necessary.
Note: This course was previously offered on CI-Tutor.
|Introduction to OpenMP Training CI-Tutor|
OpenMP is a standardized API for parallelizing Fortran, C, and C++ programs on shared-memory architectures. This tutorial provides an introduction to OpenMP in a concise, progressive fashion, so you can begin to apply OpenMP to your codes in a minimum amount of time. Some general information on parallel processing is also included to the extent necessary to explain various points about OpenMP. Examples are presented in both Fortran and C.
Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic programming in Fortran, C, or C++.
Note: This course was previously offered on CI-Tutor.
|Parallel Computing on High-Performance Systems Training CI-Tutor|
This tutorial provides an introduction to parallel computing on high-performance systems. Core concepts covered include terminology, programming models, system architecture, data and task parallelism, and performance measurement. Hands-on exercises using OpenMP will explore how to build new parallel applications and transform serial applications into parallel ones incrementally in a shared memory environment. (OpenMP is a standardized API for parallelizing Fortran, C, and C++ programs on shared-memory architectures.) After completing this tutorial, you will be prepared for more advanced or different parallel computing tools and techniques that build on these core concepts.
|Publishing Jetstream Virtual Machines Training|
Publishing Jetstream Virtual Machines
|An Introduction to Fortran Programming Training|
An Introduction to Fortran Programming
|Parallel Programming for Science and Engineering, Using MPI, OpenMP, and the PETSc library Training|
Parallel Programming for Science and Engineering, Using MPI, OpenMP, and the PETSc library
|Using the Lustre File System Training|
Using the Lustre File System
|Multilevel Parallel Programming Training|
Multilevel Parallel Programming
MapReduce, Length: 1 hour
|MPI Point-to-Point Communication Training|
MPI Point-to-Point Communication, Length: 1 hour