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Just like Willie Nelson, GoCertify is on the road again. We bring you up to speed after spending our first day in the Windy City attending CompTIA's annual ChannelCon event.
Your Gmail now has a rare and precious black magic that lets your suck back e-mails that you didn't really intend to send. OK, fine, it doesn't really do that. But it is kind of a cool new feature.
Want to know where you should be looking for your next IT job? Red Hat says mobility is on the move, with hiring for this vital IT specialization expected to boom in the next couple of years.
Getting a degree or diploma, and augmenting that with a certification or two, doesn't automatically ensure you a full-time job in IT. What are the career tools required to successfully thrive in the workforce?
Do you keep your cyber-protection software updated? Just when you thought it was safe to surf the web, the spread of drive-by downloads is making it harder than ever to keep your system secure.
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, Microsoft introduces an old soldier to IT, the Linux Foundation prepares for a major gathering in Dublin, and more.
CompTIA to liven things up at annual IT business bash by throwing fistful of tech entrepreneurs to the dragons. Cash prize at stake for whoever emerges least scathed.
Some workplaces are about as friendly to your phone or laptop as the Mos Eisley cantina was to R2 and 3PO in Star Wars. Others wonder: Why make a stink about using personal devices to do work stuff at the office?
With the cloud-driven -aaS market extending into the database realm, Oracle Certification says now is the time for IT pros to brush up their database certs in anticipation of the new trend.
Now in its 18th year of providing IT certification guidance since an initial publication by now-defunct Coriolis Group Books, Ed Tittel's IT Certification Success is a valuable resource for certification tips and tools.
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