Posted February 16, 2019 05:25:49It’s a story that has been well-documented by many Microsoft staff, and for good reason.
The company’s latest project management certification programme, which is being rolled out to its employees this week, is riddled with technical issues, including the failure of Microsoft’s online training tool.
The problems are so bad, that it’s not clear that any company in the world would be able to run the program, and it’s highly unlikely that Microsoft will ever get it working.
In fact, the company has even released a software upgrade that allows its users to use the online training software, and the software’s developers say that Microsoft has failed to provide the upgrade for the online program.
Microsoft has also admitted that it has failed at its own job market analysis, which showed that the company was performing worse than any other company.
This has left Microsoft’s job market analysts with a dilemma: either they accept that Microsoft’s software is bad, and do not want to upgrade to the software, or they want to help Microsoft fix its software, but they can’t because they don’t want to be responsible for it.
As a result, Microsoft has launched a new project manager certificate program to address the issue.
The company says that the new certification program will help it to identify issues in its software that are causing issues for its users, and that it will also provide technical support to its users.
Microsoft will now be able offer its online training program to any company who is willing to buy it, and there is no limit to the number of users who can sign up for it at any one time.
Microsoft says that it is offering this certificate program “in order to help meet the challenges that exist in Microsoft’s project management training program”, and it has also been in talks with its training partners to improve the training.
But Microsoft’s new certificate programme is just one of many new initiatives that the software giant is planning to launch this year.
Microsoft is also planning to roll out the latest version of its Windows 10 operating system, codenamed Windows 10 Pro, to all Windows 10 devices in the next few months.