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    Before you plunk down tuition fees to enhance your IT career, here's some advice on education options, cost considerations and on keeping your sanity when time constraints rule your world.

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  • Ingram Micro offers online training, certification classes to channel

    Responding to hefty travel expenses, Ingram Micro is offering online training and certification classes to be used by channel partners as well as sold to their customers as a value-add.

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  • What should I get certified in?

    I just graduated and I found a job in a small IT company. The president is on me about when I'm going to get a certification in something. I am not quite sure what to get a certification in though. I am an assistant network admin running NT 4.0. We want to upgrade to Windows Server 2003. I don't...

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  • What’s a good study reference Web site for NET+ certification?

    I want to get my NET+ certification this summer. Do you know what Web site I can use for a study reference?

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  • What’s the best MCSE certification route to learn programming?

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  • What jobs do A+, N+, I-Net+, Security+, MCP, MCSA, MCSE certs qualify me for?

    I have several certifications (A+, N+, I-Net+, Security+, MCP, MCSA, MCSE), but I have no actual experience in the IT field. What kinds of jobs am I qualified for with these certs? That depends on how much you really know and what kinds of skills you possess. If you know enough about networking and...

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  • Cert process suffers from “lack of standardization”

    Prior to entering the IT profession more than 9 years ago, I spent my primary career as a medical professional. In this capacity, I had sought and obtained "professional stature" for 256,000 medical professionals as adjudicated by the governing act (the National Labor Relations Act) and its...

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  • Letter #2: Certifications and R-E-S-P-E-C-T

    The people most worried about the new certification track are those without the years of experience that some IT professionals have. They may feel that there will be another glut of "paper-tigers," like there has been in the last 15 years, and that their certifications won't be accorded the respect...

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  • Updating certifications; need advice

    I have been working in IT for the last 10 years. I hold the following certs: MCSE NT 4.0, CCNA 1.0, Compaq ASE for NT, HP Netserver Authorized Engineer. For the last four years, I have pursued a career in HP UNIX. and I have been HP T-class trained, HP Optical Libraries trained and have also taken...

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  • IT career tips: Choosing certifications and technologies

    Which certifications become obsolete quickly? What new technologies should IT pros study? "IT Career Path" Webcast speaker Douglas Paddock answers these questions and more.

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