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Webcasts are a great place to hear directly from the product managers, and to learn all about product positioning and solutions. Most webcasts have an Apple Sales Training Online (ASTO) secret code worth 150 points associated with them—so while you're learning, you'll be earning—both secret code points and knowledge. Because not all webcasts have secret codes, we recommend you choose webcasts that are meaningful to your position.


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Logic Pro 7

Logic Pro 7 combines an award-winning sequencing and audio application with a comprehensive set of software instruments and plug-ins, all designed to meet the demands of a professional workflow.

It's often hard to know where to begin when demoing an application as big and broad as Logic Pro 7. In this webcast-on-demand, Logic's product manager, Bob Hunt, will suggest some good starting points and show a set of compact demos that take minimal time and effort to present.

Aperture 1.5

Join Aperture Product Manager, Joe Schorr to learn about the compelling new features of Aperture 1.5, including its new flexible library management tools, integration with iLife '06 and iWork '06, advanced metadata support and color tuning controls.

This webcast was originally broadcast on October 18, 2006.

MacEnterprise - Parallels Desktop for Mac

Parallels Desktop for Mac is the first solution that gives Apple users the ability to run Windows alongside Mac OS X in a secure, isolated virtual machine.

During this webcast-on-demand, Ben Rudolph of Parallels, Inc. will show how Parallels Desktop for Mac empowers users with the ability to run important Windows programs like Outlook, Access, Internet Explorer and all other applications without having to give up the usability and functionality of their Mac OS X machine even for a few minutes.

Technical First Tuesday - Zimbra Collaboration Suite (10/3/06)
Get Moving with Motion 2 - STAT Training
The (VUE) Project: Exploring, Connecting, and Presenting Digital Content (9/27/06)
Leverage the Power of Email Marketing (9/26/06)
Technical First Tuesday -
Mac Pro and Xserve
Nike + iPod - STAT Training (8/31/06)
Leopard Server, Xsan 1.4, and Tiger Server Update (9/7/06)
Design and Productivity with QuarkXPress 7 (9/6/06)
Mac Pro
Retail Points-of-sale
Introducing AltaPoint - Medical Practice Software Made for the Mac (8/17/06)
Discover the Power of Logic Express 7 - STAT Training (8/10/06)
Creating and Captivating with Keynote - STAT Training
A Look at Soundtrack Pro (8/2/06)
Technical First Tuesday - DriveSavers Data Recovery (8/1/06)
Shake 4.1
Looking Good: Designing with Pages—STAT Training (6/22/06)
 Entourage and Exchange (6/20/06)
Apple and Architecture
Compositing with Photoshop (6/8/06)
Final Cut Express HD 3.5 (6/7/06)
Troubleshooting Directory Services (6/6/06)
 iMovie HD - Beyond the Basics (6/1/06)
Aperture v1.1 (3/9/06)
Apple Instructional Management Solution (3/8/06)
Managing QLogic Switches and SAN Design (3/7/06)
Selling into Science Departments
Imaging and NetBooting Intel-based Macs (2/8/06)
Questions about iLife ’06 and iWork ’06? (2/6/06)
Updating Your Pro Apps to Universal Binaries (2/1/06)

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