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IT Management

Course Duration: 100+ Hours Course
OVERVIEW

IT management supervises all matters related to information technology activities and systems within an IT company. Information technology managers are mainly responsible for planning, coordinating and directing activities that have to do with the computer and knowledge systems of a company. From the hardware to software to the network of an organization, IT supervisors are in charge of their installation and maintenance. They supervise the setting up of workstations, the linking of the necessary hardware and the loading of the software required in each computer.

Information and technology are one of the basic parts of our daily life. It’s another part of corporate. Without it support we can’t do better reliability. It reduces our workload and it’s saving our time. If you proper use information and technology administrations. It helps you and reduces your time.

What we will learn?

1. MS Office,
2. Operating System Fundamental,
3. Software Setup,
4. Internet Using,
5. Mail Culture Fundamental

chouse_courseNow a man can operate a company accounts work in Ms Office and use operating system they can create our Fundamental work. It gives more benefit and saving our time. If you consume your time it management gives you more support your business.

MS Word Training

Learn how to create, format, share, and print a wide variety of documents in Word 2016. Author David Rivers covers creating new documents from templates and scratch, formatting text and pages, working with headers and footers, using themes and styles, adding multimedia, and more. He’ll also show how to share documents with others and enhance your productivity with macros.

Topics include
– Using templates to create new documents
– Creating and editing text
– Formatting text, pages, and paragraphs
– Adjusting line spacing and page breaks
– Adding headers, footers, and page numbers
– Applying styles and themes to documents
– Creating bulleted and numbered lists
– Working with tables, macros, and building blocks
– Illustrating documents
– Proofing, reviewing, and printing documents
– Customizing Word
Word: Styles in Depth
– Using templates to create new documents
– Creating and editing text
– Formatting text, pages, and paragraphs
– Adjusting line spacing and page breaks
– Adding headers, footers, and page numbers
– Applying styles and themes to documents
– Creating bulleted and numbered lists
– Working with tables, macros, and building blocks
– Illustrating documents
– Proofing, reviewing, and printing documents
– Customizing Word
Topics include
– Understanding the different types of styles
– Creating styles
– Applying styles
– Customizing styles
– Basing new styles on existing styles
– Managing style sets
– Copying, deleting, and renaming styles
– Creating a table of contents with styles
Creating Reports in Word

Create clean, professional, and engaging business reports, from proposals to whitepapers, with Microsoft Word. Gini Courter begins this course with advice for structuring your report from scratch and formatting with Word’s built-in themes and styles. Next, Gini shows how to incorporate exhibits such as tables, illustrations, and charts—including SmartArt graphics and elements imported from other Office apps, such as Excel and PowerPoint. Gini also covers sections, page numbers, headers and footers, and elements such as the title page, table of contents, and index. Learn the right way to incorporate references (footnotes and endnotes) to cite information from outside sources. Finally, Gini explains how to finalize your report with Word’s proofing tools.
Topics include
– Outlining your report
– Applying styles and themes
– Inserting tables, pictures, and charts
– Dividing reports into sections
– Inserting a table of contents
– Proofing your report
Word: Advanced Tips and Tricks

Improve your productivity and efficiency in Microsoft Word with these useful tips on some of the most overlooked features in Word. See how to use Word Online, set defaults for new documents, and stay up to date with the frequent changes to Word. Author Nick Brazzi also delves into specialized text formatting and provides other helpful tips for working with nonprinting characters, revealing formatting, customizing the spell-check dictionary, password-protecting documents, and more.
Topics include
– Setting default font and saving location for new documents
– Replacing text automatically
– Working with hyperlinks
– Viewing word and character counts
– Customizing your dictionary
– Locking documents

MS Excel Training

Learn how to create, format, share, and print a wide variety of documents in Word 2016. Author David Rivers covers creating new documents from templates and scratch, formatting text and pages, working with headers and footers, using themes and styles, adding multimedia, and more. He’ll also show how to share documents with others and enhance your productivity with macros.

Topics include
– Working with the Excel interface
– Entering data
– Creating formulas and functions
– Formatting rows, columns, cells, and data
– Working with alignment and text wrap
– Adjusting rows and columns
– Finding and replacing data
– Printing and sharing worksheets
– Creating charts and PivotTables
– Inserting and deleting sheets
– Using power functions such as IF and VLOOKUP
– Password-protecting worksheets and workbooks
– Sorting data
– Analyzing data with Goal Seek and Solver
– Creating and running macros

Operating System Fundamental

We have also made substantial organizational changes. For example, we have eliminated the chapter on real-time systems and instead have integrated appropriate coverage of these systems throughout the text. We have reordered the chapters on storage management and have moved up the presentation of process synchronization so that it appears before process scheduling. Most of these organizational changes are based on our experiences while teaching courses on operating systems.

Below, we provide a brief outline of the major changes to the various chapters:

Chapter 1 - Introduction
includes updated coverage of multiprocessor and multicore systems, as well as a new section on kernel data structures. Additionally, the coverage of computing environments now includes mobile systems and cloud computing. We also have incorporated an overview of real-time systems.
Chapter 2 - Operating-System Structures
provides new coverage of user interfaces for mobile devices, including discussions of iOS and Android, and expanded coverage of Mac OS X as a type of hybrid system.
Chapter 3 - Processes
includes coverage of multitasking in mobile operating systems, support for the multiprocess model in Google’s Chrome web browser, and zombie and orphan processes in UNIX.
Chapter 4 - Threads
Supplies expanded coverage of parallelism and Amdahl’s law. It also provides a new section on implicit threading, including OpenMP and Apple’s Grand Central Dispatch.
Chapter 5 - Process Synchronization
(previously Chapter 6), adds a new section on mutex locks as well as coverage of synchronization using OpenMP, as well as functional languages.
Chapter 6 - CPU Scheduling
(previously Chapter 5), contains new coverage of the Linux CFS scheduler andWindows user-mode scheduling. Coverage of real-time scheduling algorithms has also been integrated into this chapter.
Chapter 7 - Deadlocks
Has no major changes
Chapter 8 - Main Memory
Includes new coverage of swapping on mobile systems and Intel 32- and 64-bit architectures. A new section discusses ARM architecture.
Chapter 9 - Virtual Memory
updates kernel memory management to include the Linux SLUB and SLOB memory allocators.
Chapter 10 - Mass-Storage Structure
(previously Chapter 12), adds coverage of solid-state disks.
Chapter 11 - File-System Interface
(previously Chapter 10), is updated with information about current technologies.
Chapter 12 - File-System Implementation
(previously Chapter 11), is updated with coverage of current technologies.
Chapter 13 - I/O
updates technologies and performance numbers, expands coverage of synchronous/asynchronous and blocking/nonblocking I/O, and adds a section on vectored I/O
Chapter 14 - Protection
Has no major changes
Chapter 15 - Security
has a revised cryptography section with modern notation and an improved explanation of various encryption methods and their uses. The chapter also includes new coverage ofWindows 7 security.
Chapter 16 - Virtual Machines
is a new chapter that provides an overview of virtualization and how it relates to contemporary operating systems.
Chapter 17 - Distributed Systems
Distributed Systems is a new chapter that combines and updates a selection of materials from previous Chapters 16, 17, and 18.
Chapter 18
The Linux System (previously Chapter 21), has been updated to cover the Linux 3.2 kernel.
Chapter 19
Windows 7, is a new chapter presenting a case study of Windows 7.
Chapter 20
Influential Operating Systems (previously Chapter 23), has no major changes.

Software Setup

01. How to Setup Operating System to a computer system
02. How to install application software to computer system

Internet Using

The Internet is the global system of interconnected computer networks that use the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to link devices worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of private, public, academic, business, and government networks of local to global scope, linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless, and optical networking technologies. The Internet carries a vast range of information resources and services, such as the inter-linked hypertext documents and applications of the World Wide Web (WWW), electronic mail, telephony, and file sharing.

01. Understanding how the internet works
02. Using a web browser
03. Browsing the internet and using links
04. Why is using search engine?
05. Opening and Using a Search Engine
06. Making your search better
07. Staying safe online

Email etiquette

Follow these basic principles when using email at work: includes refresher points on the fundamentals of email use, plus more advanced guidance on how to avoid common mistakes and convey a professional attitude

1. How to write an email
2. Signature files
3. Including attachments
4. Using ‘Subject’ field
5. Using ‘From’ field
6. Using ‘To’ field
7. Using ‘CC’ field
8. Using ‘BCC’ field
9. When to use High priority feature
10. When to use a Reply option
11. When to use a Reply-All option
12. Email response time
13. Sending emails
14. Forwarding emails
15. Using Out-of-Office replies
16. When to pick up the phone

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