- Free Account and monthly usage credits
- Azure Portal
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- Virtual Machines
- Web ASP.NET
- Azure CLI
- SQL Database
Want to get started in Azure? But how? This recent IBLN-FBI live webinar may assist. In this presentation this is what was discussed:
Mastering Online Newsletters - Part 2 - Agenda:
“Paper.Li” Comparison / T!PS / Highlights
- ‘Natural’ language in standard terms
- Targets relevant and engaging content
- FBI Apps Software Daily
- Tull News by FBI Apps
- New... “T!PSnBYTES”
See the PowerPoint, and review the live webinar. Enjoy.
July 10, 2017 - The IBLN-FBI "T!PS" for business and apps development webinar series moves to the evening! Starting at 10:30pm of July 10th those in attendance learned how to build a mobile app on the Azure Portal using the Quickstart for Xamarin Forms. They saw a demo on how to create the database and Service API for a Xamarin Forms application to consume, utilizing an Azure mobile service. Shown was the portal to create a mobile app and use the Xamarin Forms Quickstart to create a database for the app. The Quick Start also provides creating a app service using the Table API. This approach is Russ’ (Fustino) new “File New”, for Xamarin Forms apps. This was an advanced webinar. See the Live Video of Webinar Here!
IBLN-FBI Free Webinar Recap
During a live broadcast webinar in June of 2017 the InBusinessLinks Network and the Fustino Brothers, Inc. demonstrated how to create an audience pleasing newsletter online with a app called "Paper.Li". The newsletter examples presented were done in the 'natural language' and in a method one would expect from a professional resource. This product provides custom branding and social analyses (the paid pro version), but you can test out for free. Go to: http://paper.li/pro.html
Relevant topics, engaging stories and utilizing industry standard terms are the path to success. Russ Fustino mentioned: “The key to the newsletters are the sources. For Tull, we selected capturing tweets from those twitter accounts that Jethro Tull twitter is following. Then, we put in hash tags for #tull to capture more input sources, then we added more from that process like ‘ultimateclassicrock’.” Review the PowerPoint and watch the video here on our YouTube channel. BTW: Great job from both the brothers: Russ with "FBI Apps Software Daily" and Rich working the "Tull News by FBI Apps" element by element. GF
Part II: Social media video best practices. A continued discussion and guide to social media marketing. Top online tools for creating and distributing your video. A Facebook Live review. More insights into Twitter’s monetization features. Google's video star YouTube. A "Snap" to chat with Snapchat. Instagram stories to write home about. And good solid "content" the king cobra and how to avoid the devil of "fake news". These topics and more all within the talking points... "T!PS" for all. To review PowerPoint (click/tap on graphic).
Social media video best practices. A guide to social media marketing plans. Top online tools for creating and distributing video. A Facebook Live playbook. Insights into Twitter’s monetization features. What will replace Vine? Is YouTube still a star with Google? Will SnapChat continue to be the hottie in the room? Taking notice of Instagram stories. Content is king and what about the flight against fake news? These topics and more discussed in an open forum with talking points addressed in the PowerPoint.
Free Webinar Q&A Addressing: What are best practices for PC maintenance and performance? ...Regarding security challenges, email hacks or concerns. And top level question.
The Fustino Brothers shared their common-sense approach to PC computing. ...All to avoid common pitfalls, heartache and potential identity theft. Webinar included avoiding clever online hackers that can be devastating to even the best secured email accounts. This webinar was a follow-up the to previous webinars essentially combines the best “T!PS”.
Discussion included symptoms like “my PC is really, really slow”. Followed by, “should I just buy a new one?”. Or, “I just had my PC serviced by a Tech Company who called me and now it runs worse than ever”… a scam. Are you getting pop-ups all over the place? Have you ever experienced identity theft, had your email hacked or password stolen? This free !nBusinessLinks Network – Fustino Brothers, Inc (IBLN-FBI) conference call and screen sharing Meetup did highlight steps that can be taken to avoid such horror stories. Review the PowerPoint now.
12/19/16 Presentation by Russ Fustino - Microsoft MVP and the Fustino Brothers of FBI Apps discussed a common-sense approach to PC computing to avoid common pitfalls, heartache and potential identity theft. As a follow-up to last month’s session on avoiding Clever eMail Hacks that would be devastating, they presented… Common sense to PC Computing. Many times, We heard symptoms, like “my PC is really, really slow”. Followed by, “should I just buy a new one?” - Discover the answers to these challenges by reviewing the PowerPoint or the live video recording.
Clever online hackers can devastate even the best secured email accounts. The proof is right out of today's news: Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta’s email was compromised.
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