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Starts : 2014-04-20
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Coursera Free Computer Sciences English Artificial Intelligence Computer Science

This course is about building 'web-intelligence' applications exploiting big data sources arising social media, mobile devices and sensors, using new big-data platforms based on the 'map-reduce' parallel programming paradigm. In the past, this course has been offered at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi as well as the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi.

Starts : 2014-03-11
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Iversity Free Closed [?] Computer Sciences Computer Science Programming Web developement Web Development Web Engineering Web programming

Lernen Sie die Technologien, aus denen das Web besteht, und designen und entwickeln Sie Ihre eigene Webpräsenz. Von der Chronik des Internets über die Grundlagen des Webs und des Screendesigns bis hin zum Tuning der Website.

Starts : 2014-01-17
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Iversity Free Closed [?] Computer Sciences Computer Science Programming Web developement Web Development Web Engineering Web programming

Lernen Sie, eine mobile Web-App zu designen und entwickeln. Vielleicht sogar ein Echtzeit-Multiplayer-Spiel? Wir zeigen Ihnen den Weg, wie Sie Ihre Idee in den App Store bringen.

Starts : 2015-02-04
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Coursera Free Closed [?] English Artificial Intelligence Computer Science Computer Science Economics & Finance Theory

This course provides a brief introduction to game theory. Our main goal is to understand the basic ideas behind the key concepts in game theory, such as equilibrium, rationality, and cooperation. A number of applications in economics, politics, and biology will be discussed.

Starts : 2016-08-04
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edX Free Closed [?] English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Now that you’ve built your apps, it’s time to enhance them.

In this app development course, you’ll learn how to create richer user experiences by implementing the unique new features of Windows 10.

Windows 10 presents unique possibilities for user interactions including Cortana, Inking, and GPU effects.

Some prior app development experience and object-oriented programming skills will be an asset. It is recommended that students take Windows 10 App Development – Basics, as a sufficient prerequisite.

This course is most applicable to hobby, independent or novice developers who want to build Windows consumer apps.

Starts : 2016-06-01
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edX Free Closed [?] English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Want to be an app developer? Get your start with Windows 10.

In this app development course, you’ll learn the basic concepts of consumer app development that can be used across platforms and how to develop responsive and adaptive apps that can be deployed across a wide range of Windows 10 devices.

With Windows 10 and the Universal Windows Platform, you can create a single app package that can be installed and used across different device form factors. Build once and deploy to mobile, desktop, and other device’s families. This course will take you through the design phase, show you how to develop responsive and adaptive user interfaces for Store apps, and finish with how to publish to the app store.

This course is most applicable to hobby, independent or novice developers who want to build Windows consumer apps.

No prior app development experience is necessary, but some experience with object-oriented programming will be an asset.

Starts : 2017-03-01
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

This computer science course is designed to help IT professionals understand why and when to perform Windows 10 deployment tasks. You will learn about new features and security measures that were implemented in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, the second major update to Windows 10. You will also learn how to configure shared resources and secure corporate data through encryption. This course will also focus on BitLocker and how it helps protect computers that are lost or stolen from data theft or exposure.

This course is part of the Windows 10 Features for a Mobile Workforce XSeries, which has been created to help you prepare for Microsoft certification Exam 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices.

Starts : 2017-04-01
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

The proliferation of consumer devices and ubiquitous information access is driving the enterprise away from a device-centric model centered on corporate-owned and provisioned devices to a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) model in which employees use their own devices to access corporate applications and data. Workers expect consistent access to corporate tools and data regardless of the type of device they’re using. They also want their corporate-issued technology and resources to look and behave like their personal technology—always on and always available from any device, from virtually anywhere.

An enterprise model that supports the use of consumer devices in the workplace and the ability to work from virtually anywhere and anytime must move from a device-focused view of IT management to one that’s people centric. In reality it is not the device that is mobile, it is the users.

It is important that the IT challenges of BYOD, Mobile device management, cloud computing, and hybrid identities be understood before one can understand how Windows 10 helps address those issues.

Starts : 2017-04-01
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Learn to manage Windows 10 desktop and application deployments as well as cloud-based application and data service environments for medium-to-large enterprises.

This course is the third of four courses in the Windows 10 Features for a Mobile Workforce XSeries, which has been created to help you prepare for Microsoft certification Exam 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices.

Starts : 2017-04-01
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

This course describes the preparation steps for a successful deployment of Windows 10 in an enterprise environment by using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and System Center Configuration Manager. It also explains the other methods available today for migrating to Windows 10.

This course is the second of four courses in the Windows 10 Features for a Mobile Workforce XSeries, which has been created to help you prepare for Microsoft certification Exam 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices.

Starts : 2017-04-04
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Interested in learning how to quickly automate basic administrative operations? Windows PowerShell is rapidly becoming the solution that IT Pros turn to with its powerful combination of a scripting language, command line speed, and GUI tools.

This self-paced course is an introduction to Windows PowerShell where you’ll get an opportunity to discover how to create your own scripts for automated batch processing. Learn how to replace manual, repetitive, and time-consuming operations with an automated solution for both local and remote scenarios.

Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs, and assessments you will see why now might be the time to discover Windows PowerShell.

Starts : 2015-06-02
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edX Free Closed [?] English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Interested in learning how to quickly automate basic administrative functions? Windows PowerShell is rapidly becoming the solution that Operators turn to with its powerful combination of a scripting language, command line speed, and GUI tools.

This course is an introduction to Windows PowerShell where you'll have an opportunity to learn how to replace manual, repetitive, and time-consuming operations with an automated solution.

In this course, you'll be introduced to the Windows PowerShell console and the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) as the main command line interfaces you'll use to work with PowerShell commands. Learn the importance of the Windows PowerShell Help system as the quickest way to discover the commands and associated syntax you need for the particular task you want to accomplish. Take advantage of the ISE's Intellisense features to learn PowerShell through syntax completion and sorting and filtering commands with the Show Command add-on.

This course focuses on using the pipeline in Windows PowerShell to construct both simple and more complex commands that you can use to do things like obtaining Active Directory data, and then processing and reporting on that data. Also, learn also how PSProviders and PSDrives work with disparate data sources, such as registry keys, certificates, files, folders, and more.

For creating reports in Windows PowerShell, you'll learn how to do basic formatting to produce lists and tables and then some more advanced formatting functionality. You'll additionally see how to create custom formatting options like sorting and grouping, and using a grid view to display regular objects in an interactive, graphical grid.

By the end of this course, you should be well on your way to creating scripts that save you time, accomplish tasks with greater efficiency, and allow you to be even more productive on the job.

Starts : 2017-06-13
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Interested in gaining the basic skills needed to use Windows Server technology to power the next generation of optimized networks, applications, and web services?

Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs, and assessments this self-paced course will help you extend your on-premises infrastructure to Microsoft Azure. Specifically you will learn about virtual machines, cloud storage, and identity solutions.

This course can help you:

  • Improve your skills in implementing a Microsoft Azure cloud infrastructure.
  • Decide if a career in IT is for you
  • Prepare for an introductory job in Windows Server administration

Study for Microsoft certification tests and badges.

Starts : 2017-05-30
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Would you like to build the skillset necessary to power the next generation of Windows Server optimized networks, applications, and web services? Then you’re in the right place!

This self-paced course will help you understand and implement an IP addressing scheme, and set up a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) network infrastructure. You will also implement a Domain Name Services (DNS) infrastructure, including resource records, zones, and security. 

Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs, and assessments you will put in place the appropriate networking strategy for your Windows Server environment.

Part of the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Fundamentals XSeries, this course will improve your skills in configuring and managing networks and help you decide.

Starts : 2017-05-16
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Storage is a key component in deploying Microsoft Windows Server. As users and applications constantly work with and create data, most organizations require a large amount of storage.  

In this course, you’ll learn to navigate various tools and techniques such as disks, volumes, file systems, permissions, sharing, administration, and monitoring. Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs, and assessments you will put in place the essential storage requirements for your Windows Server environment.

As a Windows Server System Administrator, you must be able to determine the type of storage your organization needs. You’ll also need the skills required to manage disks, volumes, and file systems. You’ll use the File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) to manage common disk and file management tasks. You’ll secure storage using BitLocker and EFS. You’ll also configure shared storage, such as NFS shares and SMB shares. 

Part of the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Fundamentals XSeries, this course will teach you all of those necessary skills and help you improve your capacity to handle disks and volumes, and secure Windows Server storage.  It will also prepare you for Microsoft certification tests and badges – everything you’d need in an introductory job in Windows Server administration.

Starts : 2017-05-02
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

This course teaches Windows Server administrators to implement Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). AD DS is the foundation for centralized management of an organization’s users and resources, and a must-have skill for administrators.

Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs, and assessments you will implement a secure and scalable AD DS infrastructure for Windows Server users and resources.

Part of the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Fundamentals XSeries, this course can help you decide if a career in IT is right for you and prepare you for an introductory job in Windows Server administration. You’ll study for Microsoft certification tests and badges, and improve your skills in supporting different Windows Server installation scenarios.

Starts : 2017-04-18
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

Interested in gaining the basic skills needed to use Windows Server technology? Want to power the next generation of optimized networks, applications, and web services? This course is for you!

An introduction to Windows Server, this self-paced course provides the basic knowledge required to install and administer the Windows Server 2016 server operating system.

Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs, and assessments, you will put in place the appropriate installation and migration strategy, as well as set up the logical and physical components for your Windows Server environment.

Part of the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Fundamentals XSeries, this course can help you decide if a career in IT is right for you and prepare you for an introductory job in Windows Server administration. You’ll study for Microsoft certification tests and badges, and improve your skills in supporting different Windows Server installation scenarios.

Starts : 2017-06-27
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edX Free English Computer Science EdX Microsoft

A common way of maximizing resources, server virtualization enables the partitioning of a physical server into smaller virtual servers. It’s a key skill in today’s IT world and you can learn it here!

This self-paced course will help you understand and implement the components of the Hyper-V role. This includes how to implement virtualization technologies, implement and configure Hyper-V virtual hard disks and virtual machines, and how to use Windows Server Containers and Docker.

Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs, and assessments you will put in place the appropriate virtualization strategy for your Windows Server environment.

Part of the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Fundamentals XSeries, this course will teach you the necessary skills for proper server virtualization.  It will also prepare you for Microsoft certification tests and badges – everything you’d need in an introductory job in Windows Server administration.

Starts : 2014-03-02
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edX Free Computer Sciences English Computer Science CornellX EdX Electronics Engineering History

How does cellular technology enable massive surveillance? Do users have rights against surveillance? How does surveillance affect how we use cellular and other technologies? How does it affect our democratic institutions? Do you know that the metadata collected by a cellular network speaks volumes about its users? In this course you will explore all of these questions while investigating related issues in WiFi and Internet surveillance. The issues explored in this course are at the intersection of networking technology, law, and sociology and will appeal to anyone interested in the technical, political, and moral questions inherent in the use of information networks. The course will include broad overviews for the novice, while pointing to the detailed resources needed for those engaged in the development of corporate or governmental policies.

FAQ

  • Is there a required textbook?

    • No. A list of supplemental resources, including textbooks, will be provided. The textbook, Cellular Convergence and the Death of Privacy, is optional.

  • How much time will I spend on the course during the week?

    • Expect to spend 4-8 hours per week. This depends on a number of factors, including how much you want to engage with the material and the level of understanding you desire.

  • Do I need to have taken an electrical and computer engineering course before?

    • No. Though there will be discussion of electrical and computer engineering (ECE) ideas, the professor will assume no prior ECE training.

  • I am not familiar with U.S. or European history but I am interested in how the law regarding cell phones works. Can I take this course?

    • Yes. I will have relevant links to helpful background material for each section that should make it possible for those with no knowledge of U.S. or European history to take the class.

  • Is this class about building a network?

    • This class is primarily about how historical privacy law has made it possible for current information technologies to be used to collect data and conduct surveillance rather than how to build a network. While the course will touch on important engineering developments and information technology uses, this class will focus more on the intersection of networking technology, law, and sociology. If you want to know how cell phones collect data and why this data can be used in court, this is the class for you.

  • Will certificates be awarded?

    • Yes. If you complete the work and achieve a passing grade in the course, you can earn a Honor Code Certificate, which indicates that you have completed the course successfully. Certificates will be issued by edX under the name of CornellX, designating the institution from which the course originated.

  • What are the learning outcomes of this course?

    • Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

      • Explain the basic function of cellular telephone networks, WiFi, and other networking technologies.

      • Explain the evolution of privacy rights through the U.S. constitution's 4th amendment, particularly as applied to content and context surveillance

      • Identify types of cryptography used to secure wired and wireless networks.

      • Consider the implications of different forms of surveillance and how they impact an individual's privacy in society.

      • Evaluate contemporary surveillance and security decisions/ laws.

      • Increase their ability to apply ethical thinking and judgment to a wide range of privacy and surveillance situations.

      • Interpret how using complex and powerful technologies to collect personal data can impact individuals, corporations, markets, and societies.
         

Starts : 2016-04-01
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Iversity Free German Computer Science

In diesem MOOC lernst du die grundlegenden Inhalte der Wirtschaftsinformatik kennen. Mach dich fit für das digitale Zeitalter und erfahre mehr über die technologischen und wirtschaftlichen Grundlagen moderner digitaler Unternehmenslösungen!

In 25 Videoeinheiten und begleitenden Texten werden Schritt für Schritt folgende Lerninhalte vorgestellt:

  • die Bausteine der IT-Infrastruktur
  • Grundlagen betrieblicher Anwendungssysteme
  • Vorgehens- und Management-Modelle in der Software-Entwicklung
  • die Führungsaufgaben des Informationsmanagements
  • digitale Geschäftsmodelle und Produkte

Neben klassischen Inhalten und Konzepten der Wirtschaftsinformatik geht der Kurs auch auf aktuelle Entwicklungen ein, wie z.B. Cloud Computing, Electronic Business oder agile Vorgehensmodelle. Die Kursinhalte basieren inhaltlich auf der Vorlesung "Einführung in die Wirtschaftsinformatik" an der Technischen Universität Berlin, die in den letzten Jahren von über 1.000 Studierenden erfolgreich besucht wurde.

An wen richtet sich dieser Kurs?

Der Kurs richtet sich an alle, die Interesse an der Wirtschaftsinformatik haben. Er ist sowohl für Studierende als auch für Praktiker geeignet.

Was muss ich wissen?

Für den Kurs sind keine spezifischen Vorkenntnisse erforderlich.

Was lerne ich?

Nach erfolgreicher Teilnahme an diesem Kurs:

  • Kennst du die grundlegenden Inhalte und Ansätze der Wirtschaftsinformatik.
  • Weißt du, welche Rolle Informationstechnologien im digitalen Unternehmen spielen.
  • Verstehst du die technologischen und wirtschaftlichen Zusammenhänge bei der Gestaltung digitaler Geschäftslösungen.
  • Kennst du die Führungs- und Managementaufgaben im Bereich der IT und der Software-Entwicklung.
  • Besitzt du die erforderlichen Grundkenntnisse für den Besuch vertiefender Veranstaltungen im Bereich der Wirtschaftsinformatik.

Kursstruktur

Der Kurs besteht aus 6 Kapiteln:

Kapitel 1: Einführung und Grundlagen Kapitel 2: IuK-Infrastruktur - Das digitale Zeitalter - Bedeutung von Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik (IuK) für Unternehmen - Anwendungs- und Informationssysteme - Entwicklung der Wirtschaftsinformatik - Grundlagen - Hardware und Software - IuK-Architekturen & Datenbanken - Cloud Computing - Kommunikationssysteme & Internet Kapitel 3: Inner- und überbetriebliche Informationsverarbeitung Kapitel 4: Gestaltung von Informationssystemen - Anwendungssysteme im Unternehmen - Enterprise Resource Planning Systeme - Customer Relationship Management Systeme - Supply Chain Management Systeme - Electronic Business - Entwurfskonzepte - Traditionelle und Agile Vorgehensmodelle des Software Engineering - Software-Projektmanagement - Change Management Kapitel 5: Informationsmanagement Kapitel 6: Innovationen, Geschäftsmodelle und Produkte - Wertbeitrag und ökonomische Bewertung von IuK - Aufbauorganisation der IT - Outsourcing - Innovation durch IuK - Digitale Geschäftsmodelle - Digitale Produkte