Oxford Computer Training is Oxford Computer Group’s specialist training company.
We offer industry-leading public, private and online courses on Identity and Security technologies from the Microsoft identity stack including MIM and Azure.
Over the last 10 years, we have trained more than 5,000 IT professionals in 6 continents. We pride ourselves on the high quality of our courses and instructors, and the consistently excellent feedback we receive from students.
You can attend our instructor-led MIM and Azure training courses in our UK and US classrooms, or attend from anywhere via Skype. If you have a team to train, book a private course and our expert trainer is all yours! If you would prefer to study in your own time, our Azure AD Connect Masterclass, and our MIM Foundation and MIM Advanced courses, are available as online, self-paced courses.
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Overall this is one of the better-run courses I’ve taken, online or in-person. I liked the format of the course, matching a typical Microsoft class with lectures and labs. I actually found the quizzes and exam very helpful. They were actually pretty challenging and got into the details, which is unusual for an on-line course in my experience.
Andi was my tutor and her responses via email were prompt and on-target. The questions that came to mind as I watched the presentations were answered by the time I finished the course.
Webinar - 30 May 2019
The Ultimate Guide to Blockchain – a John Craddock Webinar
Get beyond the “fake news” about Blockchains! Learn about how they work, and their uses beyond supporting the underpinning of cryptocurrency, from international identity expert John Craddock.Read more and register
Webinar - 27 June 2019
An Introduction to Decentralized Identity – a John Craddock Webinar
Take a look into the future! Learn about proposals and open standards for decentralized identity (DID) from international identity expert John Craddock.Read more and register
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Discover what’s new in the recent release of Azure AD Connect 188.8.131.52. This information will be useful to anyone who has deployed an earlier version of Azure AD Connect. Read more…
Many IT pros’ experience of Azure AD Connect rarely gets beyond the “Next, next, next, OK” of the installation wizard. So how do you fix Azure AD Connect if something breaks? Test your Azure AD Connect knowledge in our quiz. Read more…
International identity expert John Craddock’s new entries on Blockchain and Decentralized Identity are the latest additions to our popular technical glossary. Don’t miss his upcoming webinars on these key technologies. Read more…