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If you're looking for advanced cybersecurity knowledge, then a credential from the SANS Institute's GIAC program may provide exactly what you need for your IT security career.
AXELOS, the joint venture between Capita and the British government that manages business and IT best practices initially developed by U.K. public officials, has turned over a new leaf for its PRINCE2 methodology.
The VMware certification program has undergone significant changes lately, but they’re all good for current or future credential holders. Let's take a look at what's new, and what you can do to get a leg up.
The future of web development is out there. To what extent that future involves HTML5, however, is still something of an open question.
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, we salute the U.S. Microsoft Office Specialist champions, enter the den of a Canadian IT dragon, and more.
Need help preparing for you next Oracle certification exam? This is the second in our series of six Oracle certification quizzes, courtesy of Oracle expert Matthew Morris.
Is the leading IT industry association looking for something new? Aaron Axline has a bright idea for a much-needed certification and he's ready for the good folks at CompTIA to take the ball and run with it.
There's a lot of money in the emerging, somewhat vaguely defined field of DevOps. You can get a nice-sized annual salary if you can, um, figure out what skills you need.
North Carolina recently announced the striking success of its statewide Microsoft IT Academy program, begun in 2010. Ed Tittel wonders: How many other states are similarly engaged?
What do a longtime programming veteran, a new father with a master’s degree in electrical engineering seeking a career change, and a freshly-minted East Carolina University computer science graduate have in common?
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