Blog of Tips, Tricks & Resources from New Horizons Central

Becoming proficient with Connection tools in Microsoft Visio 2016

Connecting the shapes in organization charts and workflow diagrams

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For 23 years, I have trained hundreds of students in Visio and OneNote, which are 2 of my favorite programs to work within. I have found over the years some students mainly have questions about performing faster and or quicker in each program. Let me begin with Visio and a quick tip to assist with connecting the shapes in organization charts and workflow diagrams.

What’s New in vSphere 7

While there are many new and updated features of vSphere 7, perhaps the most impactful for customers long-term will be the changes to the product updating capabilities, specifically vCenter Server Update Planner as well as Lifecycle Manager.

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In April 2020, VMware announced the general availability of VMware vSphere 7, the latest version of their flagship virtualization product.  VMware customers had been anxiously awaiting the release of vSphere 7, the subsequent rollout and adoption by the customer has certainly been fantastic.

Penetration Testing vs. Vulnerability Assessment

Penetration testing, ethical hacking, or pen-testing as it is often called, is a much more active approach to identifying and even attempting to exploit vulnerabilities in a particular system, while a Vulnerability Assessment is an exercise in checking the security state of a system at a particular point in time or under a specific configuration. 

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Penetration testing, ethical hacking, or pen-testing as it is often called, is a much more active approach to identifying and even attempting to exploit vulnerabilities in a particular system, while a Vulnerability Assessment is an exercise in checking the security state of a system at a particular point in time or under a specific configuration.  

Power BI - Ways to Drill Down Into Your Data

Power BI has become an integral part of a lot of companies trying to find out not only what their information says, but what it means, especially in relation to predicting what comes next.

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Let’s face it: these days, people need to get their information quickly, and they need to have it summarized so that people can easily read and interpret it. Charts allow users to summarize data very quickly and efficiently. And Power BI does a fantastic job of giving users plenty of options to organize your data.

CLD Corner: Developing a Better Online Presence

Virtual Remote Environments: Tips, Tricks & Signals

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With the recent transitions in shifting to a more virtual work environment, it is imperative to show that you have as strong of an online presence as you do a face-to-face presence. All too often, we run into issues with our “home office setup,” and we need to better understand what signals we are providing the people we are conversing with. 

The Case FOR Dual-Axis Charts in Power BI

The ultimate goal of many reports is to help someone make a decision.

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An easy way to get that information across is in a graphical representation (a fancy term for a chart). With Microsoft's Power BI, you can easily take all kinds of data and create many different types of charts and display them in an easy-to-understand report to tell a story about it. One quick and easy way to do this is by using a dual-axis chart.

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