As I look at the training available, and remember my 10 year history with Apple hardware, it occurred to me how I learned the macOS. I didn’t want to spend thousands of dollars for training, but to learn the macOS, you need one thing – a Mac computer. At Microsoft, we brought in a number of rented iMacs right after an Office launch to show how it could be used cross platform (and a Mac could even be booted into Windows physically or virtually). I decided with DESA DRIVE to also offer affordable training for Mac.
Next week, I’ll launch three offerings – virtual Mac training (you access a Mac securely through the Internet), physical Mac training (you rent or purchase a Mac computer and do the training on the device) or a hybrid of the two (low end hardware rented or purchased and for any higher end lessons, you access a more powerful system remotely).
Here’s where the Mac offerings differ from the PC offerings – greater flexibility. A Mac computer allows you to virtualize both it’s OS versions AND Windows client and server versions locally. You could take a Windows version of Office class on a rented Mac and then at the same time or right after that, take an Office for Mac training class ON THE SAME HARDWARE (or virtually if you don’t have a Mac!)
Learn at your own pace, flexibility in how and where you learn, networking with other students. DESA DRIVE (Delivering Relevant Information Via Experiences) launches Monday – at desadrives.com!