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IT industry technical writer and journalist Aaron Axline continues the chronicle of his training experiences as he prepares for Microsoft's MCSA: Windows 7 certification exams.
Know of a technology innovator in the United Kingdom? The BCS wants to honor the leading U.K. technology innovations of the past year and is now seeking nominations for its annual awards show.
The annual list of Microsoft certification retirements takes on added interest in a year with Windows 10 in the on-deck circle. Ed Tittel takes a long look at what's on the way out.
So you're on the cusp of a career in IT security, but uncertain where to begin. These six certs will get you started — and point you in the direction of the industry standard for security certification.
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, Cisco has anti-procrastination tips for IT job seekers, Microsoft challenges you to prove your IT knowledge (again), and more.
Do you really need a certification to make stuff go — infectious? — on Facebook andTwitter? Anyone can make a Vine or throw a photo on Instagram. So why certify?
Getting a certification can help increase your earning power — if you can afford the certification, that is. Even if you're low on funds, however, you can still make a certification move.
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.
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