SBS 2011 maybe oh so yesterday and all, but the reality is, you can still sell, install and support the product for a while yet. With that in mind, getting your certification on the 70-169 exam is also very relevant indeed. Let’s make it easier for you to do that by having a giveaway competition.
Everyone loves free stuff, so here’s your chance to get a free copy of the PacktPub SBS 2011 Configuring Certification Guide (70-169). Check out the review I’ve done of the guide here firstly to make sure this is something you WANT to win. I’ve been given two copies of the eBook to give away, so I figure I’ll make it a very simple competition. Simply submit your entry via the comments on this blog post and I’ll judge the winner. Entries will close on 1 week from today (Wednesday 14th August, with winner to be announced shortly thereafter here on the site.
To win is simple give me one good reason why this book deserves to be in your eBook collection. Best two entries win. You’ll need to leave your real name and email address (which only I can see) so I can let you know if you’ve won or not.
Once I’ve decided the winners, I’ll send the details to Packt Publishing and they will organise to get a copy of the eBook to you! Good luck!
Sean Bravener says
I am currently a escelation engineer/infrastructure engineer with MS. I am looking to quit my current job and dedicate my time to a consulting engineer career. I have several oder certifications that have served me well and would like to further my trainging to current certifications.
Richard Battin says
I am looking to update my SBS 2003 Certification, notwithstanding that SBS is going the way of the Dodo.
I normally work with SBS and was planning on taking the certification exam, it would be great to have that book to help me with the exam and daily tasks 🙂
Bill Wood says
About 7 years ago, my company was running an aging Red Hat mail server that had somehow decided to start spamming all of our customers. I tried out a test version of SBS2003 at home, was impressed with it,and talked my company into replacing the old mail server with it. After using it all this time, yesterday I was asked by the General Manager to upgrade to SBS2011. With all this time of reliable operation, I haven’t had to do much to keep the old SBS2003 server running. I need to update my IT skills. I need to learn how to set up and operate the new server. I need to communicate with the General Manager and the rest of the company about what steps I’m taking and why, and what the differences are before and after the upgrade. I’m looking forward to the change, but also recognize that I need education before I will be ready.