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The Canadian IT Professionals blog focuses on technical content related to Microsoft products and technologies. Our team is tasked with trying to help YOU by providing resources‚ answering questions and generally trying to help set you up for success with Microsoft–based solutions. This includes how to articles, videos, white papers or anything else we think might help address IT Pro pain points and might make your day to day a bit easier. Whether it's products like Windows, Windows Phone, Office 2013, Office 365, Windows Server 2012 R2, Hyper-V, System Center, SQL and Intune, or it's technology areas like Virtualization, Private Cloud, BYOD (Bring your own device), CoIT (the Consumerization of IT), the Hybrid or Public Cloud, we provide you with content, keep you up to date with in person and online events and share free training, free software trials and resources to plan, deploy and manage.
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