Taking the MB6-824: AX 2009 Human Resource Management certification exam allows you to fulfill the requirements for the Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Specialist – Human Resource Management for Microsoft Dynamics AX certification. Additionally, the MB6-824 exam counts as a credit for the Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional – Microsoft Dynamics AX Application certification. If you wish to take the MB6-824 exam in order to earn either certification, you should ideally be an information worker with experience using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 within a work environment.
Microsoft offers classroom training in the form of a one day training course for the MB6-824 exam. You’re encouraged to take the AX09-ALT-HRA: Human Resource Management in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 training course in order to review the concepts found on the test. Additionally, Microsoft recommends that you take advantage of the MeasureUp practice tests in order to familiarize yourself with the atmosphere of taking proctored exams. For a more thorough exam preparation, you can use the services of TestsLive.
During the exam, you’ll be tested on your knowledge of building an organization structure, including your ability to set up job positions. You’ll also be tested on your knowledge of administering employee data, recruitment processes, absence, courses, and compensation. Management skills in the workforce, managing employee development, and managing employee services on the Enterprise Portal will also be examined during the Microsoft MB6-824 test.
Apple launched it’s iCloud last year, various other companies are offering the same now a days, Android users also has the privilege to access the documents from the cloud through their Android Smartphone or Tablets. Microsoft has heir own cloud based service. Have you ever think their arch rival Google has some secret plans too. We are hearing about Google Drive for a long time and it seems, Drive is going to be a reality very soon. According to a report in WSJ, Google is close to launching a cloud storage service identical Dropbox. It will be called Drive & will allow users to stores images, videos, documents and other stuff on Google servers.
It’s obvious that Google will also release an Android app of Google Drive for Smartphone or Tablet users. Google Drive is expected to be announced in future weeks & will be free for up to a limit of storage (say 2GB).
It has currently been tested on the following devices and ROM versions:
- ASUS Transformer TF101 (184.108.40.206)
- ASUS Transformer 3G TF101G (220.127.116.11)
- ASUS Slider SL101 (18.104.22.168)
The Galaxy Nexus is due in stock tomorrow (30th November). The new stock has had a Google approved firmware update applied to it by Samsung’s distributors in order to fix the bug with volume control that affected some original stock. This newly ‘flashed’ stock is available to order now whilst stocks last!