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It's been exactly one month since Leonard Nimoy beamed up to the final frontier. What can we learn from reflecting on the (fictional) life and times of the galaxy's foremost Vulcan?
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, Red Hat explains the perils of wearing too many hats, Microsoft offers a free e-book to successful cert exam takers, and more.
Tech companies frequently sound the alarm about existing (and impending) worker shortages. Yet women are still relatively rare in the IT workplace, and the pace of change continues to be slow.
Are we about to move away from the era of choosing a password that contains eight or more characters, including at least one letter, number, uppercase letter and symbol?
Entire tech enterprises have succeeded — and failed — based on how successfully a product satisifies users' demands. Do you have what it takes to conquer a unique IT challenge?
Data visualization is an increasingly sought-after subset of IT's booming Big Data realm. If you have a head for number, but there's also art in your soul, then you could thrive there.
Microsoft Virtual Academy offers dozens and dozens of free online video-based training courses. If you’re chasing a Microsoft certification, you’ll want to check for related offerings.
Certified IT trainers and instructors can get a healthy IT salary without working directly in the IT trenches. Do you have what it takes to fill this important role?
In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA reports that employers love certification, Cisco encourages you to snitch on cert exam cheaters, and more.
What's happening with the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate lineup of credentials in 2015? Bonus: Visual proof that the MCSA certification program began in 2002.
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