How HBR Consulting dramatically reduced their lab costs by moving from an on premise ESXI lab to the cloud

Posted by Moran Shayovitch on Jul 5, 2015 10:21:00 AM


JB Trexler is a Manager at HBR Consulting’s Information & Technology Services practice. His team provides consulting for AMLAW 100 firms and Fortune 500 legal departments. 


JB moved his team from an on-premise ESXi lab to the cloud, built a reusable integration environment for complex tool workflow integrations, then opened up the lab for live proofs-of-concept.  


Congratulations to July’s User of the Month!


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Topics: Demos & POCs, user of the month

Why Students Love Learning via the Cloud

Posted by Moran Shayovitch on Jun 18, 2015 4:18:00 AM


Ten of thousands of students and trainees worldwide are today getting technical training online via cloud-based training platforms.
These students are getting valuable hands-on experience using real, full-functioning applications, they are learning the required technical skills with safe, self-paced experimentation and are enjoying additional numerous benefits of online training. 

Why do students love learning via the cloud? Below are four great reasons.

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Topics: Training

5 reasons why you should move to ITaS for your sales engineering or deployment

Posted by Moran Shayovitch on Jun 7, 2015 9:21:00 AM


Are you spending time shipping and installing dozens of specialized hardware units, getting on planes to remote sites, configuring servers, wrangling with logistics and dealing with the challenges of gaining access to data centers, networks and equipment


If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, you are wasting countless dollars and time


Leading technology vendors are adopting new best practices, utilizing novel technologies that take advantage of developments in cloud computing and virtualization. These new technologies are referred to as ITaS , IT as a Service.

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Topics: Demos & POCs

“Out of this World Training, Wherever You Are”

Posted by Alex Entrekin on Jun 1, 2015 8:21:00 AM
CloudShare powers thousands of software training sessions each month,from large-scale events to impromptu meetups and online classes. June’s “User of the Month”, Marshall Butler, has used this flexibility to build a business that goes “Out of this World” to consistently lead Microsoft training firms.
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Topics: Training, user of the month

Conventional Vs. Cloud – Why Is Cloud-Based Training So Popular?

Posted by Moran Shayovitch on May 21, 2015 9:40:00 AM


The popularity of online training over the cloud is gaining rise. According to, cloud-based training is one of the top seven future eLearning technologies. Why have cloud-based training platforms become so popular?  We’ve compiled a comparison below of conventional training platforms to cloud-based training platforms, to illustrate how they differ.


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Topics: Training

Laboratory in the Sky? Why Cloud Based Labs Are Replacing Conventional Ones

Posted by Moran Shayovitch on May 13, 2015 8:35:00 AM


Learning technical skills requires a lot more than memorizing concepts. Students need hands-on experience using tools themselves. Comfort with these tools often comes only after some safe, self-paced experimentation. That's why technical lab work is so crucial to adoption – it’s a safe place to test and learn. 


Unfortunately, many organizations have limited lab access due to time, space and financial constraints.


Enter the cloud. Cloud-based computer labs are becoming prevalent in organizations around the world, replacing conventional labs. Cloud-based labs reduce training expenses, allow instructors to remotely monitor the progress of all students, and enable students to use the facilities both before the course begins and after its completed.  


Read on to find out how Cloud-based computer labs can improve your training program. 


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Topics: Training, CloudShare

How to create a Choice Site Column in a SharePoint site with PowerShell

Posted by Juan Carlos on May 11, 2015 6:57:00 AM

This time I am sharing a small script that allows to create a choice site column through PowerShell. As you can see, the way to create this type of column is the same as if you use the SharePoint server API in a Console Application program in Visual Studio. You can download the script from the following link: How to create a Choice Site Column in a SharePoint Site!

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Topics: Dev / Test, SharePoint, Demos & POCs, CloudShare

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