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Presentation Tips for Techies and Tech Leaders

Register Now Presentation skills are of great value to IT professionals, managers and executives at all organizational levels. By their nature, presentations are given you are trying to influence, impress, receive agreement ...Read More


Bridging the Cloud Skills Gap with the New Microsoft Job Roles and Certifications

Register Now Microsoft recently announced significant changes in how they will certify Microsoft skills for Azure. The new paths going forward for Microsoft Certifications are going to be role-based. This means that ...Read More


Top 5 PowerPoint Tips in 30 Minutes

Register Now Enhance your PowerPoint skills with tips for creating effective presentations. Join us for a highly interactive webinar led by veteran New Horizons instructor, Edward McCrae, as he shares the top ...Read More

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Transitioning to ITIL 4

ITIL 4, the latest version of the world’s most popular ITSM framework, is scheduled to be released in Q1 of 2019. The new ITIL update will focus on integrating ITIL guidance with best practices from the worlds of DevOps, Agile, and Lean..

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Managing Junk Mail in Outlook 2016

It’s another day at the office and you’re still receiving email ads from a company that you’ve unsubscribed to numerous times. It’s time to add their address to the Blocked Senders List so Outlook can divert the incoming emails to your Junk Email folder.

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Employee Spotlight: Martin Del Rio, Veteran Career Specialist

Martin Del Rio is a new Veteran Career Specialist with New Horizons. Martin is a proud veteran himself who recently served as the Chicagoland and Indiana State Army Wounded Warrior Advocate with the Armed Forces Services Corporation in partnership with the Department of Defense from 2015 to 2018.

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