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  Volume 16, Issue 19: September 17, 2014
Get Mark Russinovich’s assessment of the top 5 cloud security threats, get hands-on training with Azure Resource Manager, and learn about Internet Explorer 11 Enterprise Mode

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Volume 16, Issue 18: September 3, 2014
See how Microsoft protects your Office 365 data, get tips for “breaking up” with Windows Server 2003, and check out the new IT Pro Blog

Volume 16, Issue 17: August 20, 2014
Get ready to migrate from Windows Server 2003, get hands-on experience managing Office 365, and find out how to thrive in a hybrid world

Volume 16, Issue 16: August 6, 2014
Build sites using SharePoint and Azure IaaS, get the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit 5.0, and explore Office 365 apps

Volume 16, Issue 15: July 23, 2014
Discover Microsoft Azure StorSimple, innovate with Azure Machine Learning, and cut costs with SQL Server on Azure virtual machines

Volume 16, Issue 14: July 9, 2014
Migrate legacy systems to Windows Server 2012 and Microsoft Azure, lead change management in your IT organization, and learn about Windows Azure Pack

Volume 16, Issue 13: June 25, 2014
Read about the economic impact of Windows Server 2012 R2, learn about hybrid cloud scenarios from Mark Russinovich, and use Windows Azure Pack in your datacenter

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