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Epic is a company that makes medical records database software. It's not easy to get certified to use their product, but it could certainly be worth your while.
With the launch of the Cisco Collaborative Knowledge (CCK), the uber-networking company seeks to define and occupy a new niche in the virtual landscape.
The hours blurred together as GoCertify roamed the halls of the industry's leading IT security event in San Francisco. We rubbed elbows with security shills and got a jolt of inspiration from a true life hero.
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, (ISC)² launches a new cloud security cert, ISACA leads out in performance-based certification testing, and more.
Most fields of professional endeavor have jobs that everybody tries to avoid. IT has them too, and while some are probably the same no matter where you work, others more place-specific.
Beneath the marketing wizardry, Apple products are made up of regular old 21st-century computer technology. The kind that, yes, requires repair and servicing. Did you know there's a cert for that?
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, IBM expands its online certification presence, CompTIA knows where to the find money for your next certification, and more.
For those who are either planning or pondering about tackling an MCP exam on or before June 30, here's some added incentive: Pass your qualifying exam, and you'll get a free e-book.
Microsoft used to have the hottest browser in the game. Now Internet Explorer is preparing to shuffle off this mortal coil and make way for new web-browsing blood.
It's a jungle out there, legalistically speaking, and IT firms are right in the thick of it. A special service launched by CompTIA earlier this year offers a legal lifeline to small companies with limited resources.
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