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Hello I have been looking into online interactive training courses like skillsoft, lynda, cbt nugget, total training.com, trainsignal but there are too many out there to pick from so any advise or recommendations would be appreciated.  I need something that has courses like exchange, server 2008, and word press if possible if the course could be taking on a tablet would be nice also cost is another factor. Also only one account is needed and if possible something that has a monthly fee instead of one large payment for the year or around that 500 mark for the year if possible
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Hello,

I'm a huge fan of cbt nuggets because they are small and very efficient. Try the 24hour all content model as a test:

https://secure.cbtnuggets.com/subscriptions

it's a daily fee, pay it when you need it.

But it definitely depends on the contents you want. I also like Lynda.com but the content is very different.

Shrek
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