SharePoint 2013 Early Training & Resources for IT Pros now available! #sp2013 #sharepoint

With yesterday's release of the Office 2013 Customer Preview, SharePoint 2013 Preview (aka Beta 2) has also been released.  To support early readiness on SharePoint 2013, I've organized the following SharePoint 2013 training and resources into one convenient list.

Download the Bits!

  • Download SharePoint Server 2013 Preview release
  • Download the Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate installation bits (SharePoint Server 2013 runs on Windows Server 2012, so you may as well test both at the same time!)
  • Download SharePoint Foundation 2013 Preview release
  • Download Office Web Apps for SharePoint 2013 Preview
  • Download SharePoint Designer 2013 installation files

Get Trained!

Complete this FREE online technical training for IT Pros consisting of the following 14 training modules:

  1. SharePoint 2013 IT Pro Introduction and Overview
  2. SharePoint 2013 System Requirements
  3. SharePoint 2013 Architectural Changes
  4. SharePoint 2013 Server Farms and Site Architecture Planning
  5. Office Web Apps 2013 Architecture and Deployment
  6. SharePoint 2013 Service Application Architecture and Individual Service Applications
  7. SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Search Overview
  8. SharePoint 2013 Social Features
  9. SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Content Management and Web Content Management Considerations
  10. SharePoint 2013 Customization Options and Management
  11. SharePoint 2013 Authentication and Authorization Overview
  12. Overview of SharePoint 2013 Business Continuity Management
  13. Upgrading to SharePoint 2013
  14. What's new in Project 2013 for IT Professionals

Build a Lab!

Plan your Deployment!

Ready for More?

Attend the SharePoint Conference 2012 on Nov 12-15, 2012 in Las Vegas to learn more details about the new SharePoint Server 2013 features and speak directly with the product team engineers!

Looking for Developer Training on SharePoint 2013?

  • Check out this online training course.
  • Sign up for an Office 365 Developer site and leverage the new "Napa" development tools