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  • 5 Tips for IT Job Seekers with Retired Microsoft Certifications

    5 Tips for IT Job Seekers with Retired Microsoft Certifications

    IT industry certifications are ending. It’s just how things work. The certifications that are aligned to the technology we use will also change as it evolves. Microsoft certifications are no exception. March 2017 will see the latest round in Microsoft’s certification exam retirements. What does this mean for you and the certifications you have? What […]

  • 5 Threats to Your E-mail Server

    5 Threats to Your E-mail Server

    Email is one of most popular ways to do business. Nearly all communication in modern offices is done via email. It feeds everything — Slack and JIRA, account notifications, all. Hackers are attracted to email servers because they are easy targets. Common methods are used by hackers to find vulnerabilities in your email server. These […]

  • 5 Things You Need to Know Before You Invest in the Cloud

    5 Things You Need to Know Before You Invest in the Cloud

    Most IT investments begin with a plan that includes technical requirements, costs, timelines, and other details. These plans are often inadequate in explaining the benefits to all stakeholders. Anthony Sequeira will teach you how to communicate more than the technical aspects of cloud infrastructure. He will also show you how to use the vocabulary to […]

  • 5 Study Tips for the CCNP R&S

    5 Study Tips for the CCNP R&S

    We’ve examined the CCNP R&S certification this week from a variety of angles. Cisco expert Jeremy Cioara shared some tips and tricks on how to get the CCNP R&S certification. A webinar will be held on building technology labs, and we have created an equipment list to help you plan your home lab. We’d like […]

  • 5 Simple Ways to be a better Googler

    5 Simple Ways to be a better Googler

    You probably spend a lot time Yahoo-ing with IE8. Just kidding. These are your family members, your older relatives, and your one friend. If you are faced with a difficult support issue, you will likely follow a process similar to xkcd’s Tech Support Cheat Sheet. Unfortunately, it has not been incorporated into Network+ or CCNA. […]

  • 5 Reasons Why Azure is Important

    5 Reasons Why Azure is Important

    Public cloud services are the most significant and imminent change in IT. You will feel the benefits of “The Cloud” whether you are a developer, a system administrator, or an IT manager. Microsoft Azure is a reliable, scalable platform that can be integrated with your current or future projects. Here are five great reasons Microsoft […]

  • Five Reasons Now is a Great Time To Train

    Five Reasons Now is a Great Time To Train

    Unless you have been rafting in Grand Canyon for over a month, chances are you have been inundated by news about COVID-19. Also known as coronavirus. Many of us are in social isolation and staying at home from school, work, and leisure activities, regardless of whether we want to. It’s easy to be focused on […]

  • 5 Reasons DevNet is Excited About Us

    5 Reasons DevNet is Excited About Us

    Cisco has made a lot of progress in the past year to improve their cert list. They have essentially redesigned their certification program to modernize and streamline the traditional path for network engineers. There was however, something missing from these offerings: a Cisco certification for developers. It is clear that programming skills are becoming a […]

  • 5 Reasons to Learn VMware

    5 Reasons to Learn VMware

    Virtualization is one the fastest-growing IT areas. Why? Because it streamlines operations, which results in time, money and space savings. The vSphere platform from VMware is a market leader. Here are five reasons to learn VMware technology from Keith Barker, SPOTO trainer and virtualization expert. Everything is changing. Virtualization solutions can be used to reduce […]

  • 5 Reasons to Learn VIRL

    5 Reasons to Learn VIRL

    It’s one thing learning networking, but it’s quite another to actually understand networking. If you can’t put your learning into practice in real-world situations, what good is passing exams or training? Cisco VIRL is the solution. Cisco’s network simulator platform makes it possible to create network environments without having to spend a lot or have […]