This Week: CCNA Practice Exams

In February 2020, nine CCNA exams will be retired. This means that you still have time to study, at the very least for a while. If you are currently studying for CCNA, keep studying. Everything you need to prepare for the CCNA exam is available here. CCENT: 10-Question Practice Examination You still have time for […]

This Week: Become an VDI Engineer

More organizations are turning to virtual desktop infrastructure to deliver desktop environments to their end users. We examine the work of VDI engineers and discuss which virtualization giant is best suited to VDI. How to become a VDI Engineer Virtual desktop infrastructure requires many skills, including networking and virtualization. If you don’t know where to […]

This Week: A Look at Cloud Certs

In all honesty, you can’t go wrong pursuing cloud certification. You should do your research before investing time and money. Cloud certs may work better for you than others. We looked at the most popular cloud certificates, and concluded that they are well worth earning. Is AWS SysOps really worth it? System administrators today need […]

Global Knowledge

As the Global Knowledge IT Skills and Salary Survey data are analyzed, certain trends emerge every year. One of these trends is that IT professionals are increasingly pursuing multiple certifications. The 2017 Global Knowledge IT Skills and Salary Report (which highlights the Survey’s results) revealed that 63 percent of respondents said they have at least […]

CompTIA A+ Certification: Why you should consider it

CompTIA (Computer Technology Industry Association), A+ is an entry-level certification for computer service technicians. The exam tests whether an employee can install, maintain, customize, and operate personal computers. CompTIA A+ has a set standard rules for dealing with professionalism and business ethics. It is involved in many issues such as product returns, warranty claims and […]

The Perils of Default

Thomas Chipman Over the years, you’ve set up many Cisco routers and switches. Abbreviated commands, memorized defaults and simplified navigation make it easy to navigate through configuration mode. The once-strategic, meticulous, and tedious configuration method you learned back in your CCNA days is slowly being replaced by something simpler and more efficient – something shorter […]

The New Palo Alto Certifications – PCCSE & CSAE

Learn everything you need about the new certifications, PCCSE and PCSAE You must have heard of 3 Palo Alto Certifications, i.e. PCCSA, PCNSA, and PCNSE are all Palo Alto Certifications. However, technology is all about growth and development. Palo Alto certifications added two more to the list: PCCSE and PCSAE. These certifications have been officially […]

The New MCSE: Is it the same as the Old?

By Michael Aldridge In 1998, when I started my first “real” IT job, I decided to pursue the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). The first step was to become Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). But what does the MCP title actually mean? Passing any Microsoft exam would allow you to become an Microsoft Certified Professional. A […]

A Quick Overview of the New Cisco CCNA Exam

There has been quite a bit of reorganization in the world of Cisco certifications. This article discusses a major update that involves the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), one of the most sought-after certifications in IT. This certification is essential for advancing your career in IT. The CCNA is a recognized certification that validates your […]

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