CompTIA has created a vendor neutral IT certification roadmap that will be useful to all IT Pros.
Whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned professional in information security, storage and data, training, software development, hardware services, infrastructure, web and mobile or IT management and strategy, this roadmap will show you the certification route that’s best.Read More
No matter the industry, IT professionals are always looking to improve their business’ technology infrastructure and increase their individual abilities. But in any business, it’s important to have a full understanding of the benefits and costs of a certification, especially when there are so many different technology certifications available.
This is no different when evaluating whether or not to invest the time and money to pursue Cisco networking certification. Here are the costs and benefits of becoming a Cisco Certified Network Associate or CCNA.Read More
Here are two very cool tips to that can save hours of time; use Phone Migration to change phone models and Import/Export to easily copy the configuration onto another device for testing and troubleshooting.Read More
Your data center is the most critical resource within your organization. As you know, it provides the means for all storage, management and dissemination of data, applications and communications for your business. When employees and customers are unable to access the servers, storage systems and networking devices that reside in the data center, your entire organization can shut down. Millions of dollars can be lost in a matter of minutes for businesses like banks, airlines, shipping facilities and online brokerages. Faced with these consequences, IT executives today must optimize their data centers, particularly the network infrastructure. When you consider that 70 percent of network downtime can be attributed to physical layer problems, specifically cabling faults, it’s paramount that more consideration be given to infrastructure design.Read More
One of the questions I get from students almost every week is, “Why is my first FastEthernet interface called FastEthernet 0/0, and not just FastEthernet 0?” Let’s break this down…Read More
As Enterprises adopt programmable network architectures, the knowledge and skills required of a network engineer will expand significantly. Effective May 17, 2016, the CCNA Routing and Switching certification has been restructured to meet these advancements in technologies and has been distributed across each of the training courses and exams.Read More
In addition to using Cisco Learning Credits (CLC’s) to purchase training, you are now able to redeem these credits for certification exam vouchers.Read More