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A Geeks Guide 2Reader offer To celebrate the launch of the new Microsoft Training 365 Dynamics Subscription, Register Books is offering you the chance to save £300 on a Microsoft Training 365 Dynamics, IT Professional or Developer subscription.

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Remind me… What is 365 again?

Save £300 on a Dynamics, IT Professional or Developer SubscriptionIn case you don’t know, Microsoft Training 365 is an official training subscription launched this time last year.

There are six subscriptions available aimed at either the IT professional, developer, or home and office user. They offer 12 months access to up to 1,500+ official Microsoft Online Learning courses. The original five subscriptions proved popular with Reg readers and techies alike last year.

Subscribers benefit from 24x7 worldwide access and you can fully manage your course enrolments and progress using the Microsoft Training 365 website. New courses are added to your subscription as and when released. There are no hidden costs or setup fees and you can be using your subscription within 30 minutes of purchase.

Due to demand a new Dynamics subscription was introduced, containing over 800 official Dynamics courses, featuring training on AX, CRM, GP, NAV, SL and more. Other popular subscriptions include a developer subscription that contains over 200 official Microsoft courses. This features training on .NET, ADO.NET, ASP.NET and Visual Studio amongst other titles.

There is also the IT pro subscription which contains more than 500 official courses, including those for Exchange Server, SharePoint, SQL Server, Windows Server, Windows 7 and much more.

Microsoft Certification

As all of the content is official and written by the Microsoft product team, a Microsoft Training 365 subscription is the perfect tool to help you prepare for Microsoft Certification. Microsoft Training 365 subscriptions cover over 100 Microsoft exams.

Microsoft Virtual Labs

All of the subscriptions come with an extra added bonus of Microsoft Virtual Labs. These provide you with a direct connection to remote hosting equipment, allowing you to virtually configure and control a real working system to test skills developed on the courses or to trial a new idea – without risking your own or company’s equipment.

How about a demo?

A demo is an excellent way to play with Microsoft Training 365 and get a feel for what a subscription has to offer. For seven days you get to trial the entire experience; find the courses you want, enrol on them, and finally get your hands dirty by using them. There is a choice of over 100 courses to use throughout the duration of your demo – but remember that’s just a fraction of the number you’ll get as a subscriber.

Renewal

If you have purchased a Microsoft Training 365 subscription in the past year and were thinking of renewing, you should contact us to find out about the latest offers available to you.

Check out Microsoft Training 365 at Register Books for more information on how it works and how to register for a demo.

This offer ends on 28th February 2011, so don’t miss out on your chance to get a Microsoft Training 365 developer, IT pro or Dynamics subscription for £598.78 (inc. VAT) throughout that period.

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