Friday, November 30, 2012

New Mainframe Training Courses Released by Interskill Learning

Interskill Learning is pleased to announce new mainframe courses released This Quarter.
The entire z/OS Curriculum has been updated to v1.13. This includes all assessments, JCL, JES2, z/OS, SDSF, TSO/ISPF, Introduction to the IBM Environment and Data Center Storage Management (DCSM)
In addition to the z/OS version updates, we also have a new course added to the Mainframe Security Curriculum named: Introduction to Mainframe Security

A new curriculum has been also been added to our catalog that has extensive training on The z/OS Management Facility.
We also updated Introduction to z/Enterprise - EC12, z114 & zBX with newer IBM hardware training.

Visit website for more information on mainframe training online.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

The Mainframe Quarterly Newsletter is OUT!

Interskill Learning has released the Mainframe Training Newsletter! Be sure to check it out to get the latest tips and news on the Mainframe industry.

Click here to read the entire newsletter.

Full of Interesting Topics!

Continuing with our focus on cloud computing, we further investigate the impact of the cloud on the mainframe. This quarter also sees the arrival of some much-anticipated updates to our curriculum. Make sure to request a free upgrade to your subscription!

Don't forget too, we'd love to hear feedback on topics you'd like to see covered in future newsletters.

Happy reading! Sincerely,

Everyone at Interskill Learning.


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