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  • what should i do?

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  • COBOL Certification

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  • Suggestions needed on continuing my Information Security Career

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  • Industry rating systems for data centers

    A reader wrote to SearchDataCenter.com to ask: Are there other industry recognized rating systems for DC reliability other than Uptime Institute's Tier classification program? Who actually can do the certifications?

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  • breaking into the IT field

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  • in what direction should i work

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  • Career Changer Certification schools – are they worth it

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  • How would you rate the Certified Ethical Hacker designation vs. CISSP?

    How would you rate the Certified Ethical Hacker designation vs. CISSP? What are the differences? What are the advantages of one over the other? Thanks for any opinion you can offer.

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  • advice for N+

    I am getting ready to start N+ certification next week, any advice on what/how to study for it, is it difficult, any suggestions are welcomed and appreciated

    Jjb2715 pointsBadges:
  • Need career advice for Network Communications Management

    I am attending school currently, and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Network Communication Management. I am wondering if this degree is enough to be successful or if I should consider obtaining my Master's degree prior to entrance into the workforce. I am also working towards my...

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    I am studying for the CNA 050-686 exam and trying to learn how to calculate effective rights. According to my exam cram study guide the formula is: Group Rights + Individual Rights - Any IRF's along the way = Effective Rights. Here's Scenario 1: If Alexandra has been granted the RWCEMFA trustee...

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  • SAP Certification

    I'm a fresh graduate who just completed my BSc (Hons)Technology Management & Computing. I'm Interested in SAP ERP Consultant Career... Kindly advice me which SAP certification suits me as well as is it possible to do self studying for the exam? and from where can i get study resources? Your help...

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  • CCNA relation to MCSA/UNIX ???

    a lot of community college offer "Network adminstrator certification class" which teach people with basic network knowledge for example such as TCP/IP, window 2003 server and UNIX/LINUX , I might take that as my first step as entry level tech,and will continued to study either MCSA , CCNA or Unix,...

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  • Linux vs Unix

    IF I have linux certification and work as Linux adminstrator, do I need to know Unix part of function??? Should I just go for both linux & Unix certification to make job more demandable? I see a lot of classes offered from community college which teach Unix & Linux combined in one class, do you...

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  • Telecom Certifications

    Where is the best place to obtain specific certs in telecom mgt?

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  • Can CCIE or CCNP replace the need for a degree?

    Can CCIE or CCNP certifications replace the need for obtaining a degree to get a best job in the networking field.

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