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The Most Common Jobs for Cisco CCNA Certified Professionals

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 10, 2013 4:13:18 AM / by Ryan Corey posted in CCNA, Cisco, information technology career, networking, online, Online Training, CCNA training

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Professionals who are certified through the Cisco CCNA program are qualified for a number of jobs in the technology field. The exams required for this certification demand that each candidate demonstrate an ability to install, configure, and operate a variety of networks, making these qualified individuals flexible workers. Successful CCNA graduates are able to troubleshoot systems, operate under a number of different protocols, and demolish threats to a network’s security. This is a broad range of skills, and the Cisco CCNA certification provides each professional with a comprehensive understanding of networks. These skills allow CCNA certificate-holders to tackle a number of technology-related occupations.

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The Role the Cloud Plays in the New Microsoft MCSE Curriculum

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 4, 2013 10:56:35 AM / by Ryan Corey posted in cloud computing, MCSE, Microsoft, networking, online, systems administration

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Microsoft has retooled its MCSE certification for IT professionals to include a major focus on the cloud. The company made the changes in response to the growing movement of IT resources to cloud-based solutions. According to Microsoft-sponsored research, cloud computing may create 14 million jobs and generate 1.1 trillion in revenue by 2015. The new MCSE certificate holder is expected to have more comprehensive knowledge of both on-premises and cloud resource technologies.

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Online Learning - A Fast Growing Force in Education

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 7, 2012 11:44:51 AM / by Ryan Corey posted in computer training, IT training, online, Online Training

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From the earliest days of the computer, long before the World Wide Web became a pervasive part of our lives, the role of this new machine was not restricted to government or business applications. The idea of the computer as educational tool was already up for serious discussion in the 1960s, some two decades before the “personal computer” began its conquest of the desktop.

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