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  • Immigration Reforms Fall Short of High Tech's Needs

    Now that the RAISE act aimed at reforming immigration is out in the open, we can take its measure. Alas, most of the Trump White House's ideas are too restrictive and don’t respect the wishes of the free market

  • Job Numbers Pop Back Into 'Normal Growth' Range

    There's reason for cautious optimism with the release of U.S. job numbers for June. The ship is still taking on water in a few spots, but we may not be sinking anymore.

  • Google Offers 8-month IT Support Professional Certificate Program

    Google has partnered with Coursera to put together an eight-month online certificate program for aspiring IT professionals. Now they’re pushing out into higher ed channels.

  • Pearson VUE Cert Survey Sheds Interesting Light on IT Landscape

    When a major test facilitator like Pearson VUE reports on certification test-takers, it’s probably worth taking notice. Of particular interest: Who is taking what kinds of certification exams?

  • Pro Tips: Get IT Done from Your Home Office

    As somebody who has worked out of a home office since 1994, I have my own thoughts about a CompTIA blogger's recommended best practices for home-based IT professionals, as well as some tips of my own.

  • Slow Growth Returns with August Employment Report

    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 151,000 new jobs were created in August. Ed Tittel says that's enough to consider the economy to have resumed its sluggish growth.

  • The Value of Certification vs. Verification and Reporting

    TEKsystems recently surveyed both tech professionals and tech executives and managers about the impact of certifications. Ed Tittel peruses their findings.

  • CASP vs. CISSP: The Real Fight Is For Candidates' Attention

    CompTIA security guru Patrick Lane compared his organization's CASP and (ISC)²'s CISSP and found in favor of CASP. Ed Tittel says job posting and salary numbers tell a somewhat different story.

  • Microsoft Wants YOU ... to Start Adopting its New Platforms

    Microsoft Learning is preparing to wash its hands of a laundry list of old certification exams. Ed Tittel says there's a clear directive embedded in all of the changes.

  • Valuable Outputs from 'Women in Data Science' Event at Stanford

    A follow-up report from a recent IT conference at Stanford University tips off Ed Tittel to a wealth of developments stemming from the blossoming involvement of women in the fast-growing data science field.

  • March U.S. Employment Report: Good News and Bad News

    The U.S. employment outlook continues to be a hot topic, including inside the IT realm. Ed Tittel sorts through the latest numbers.

  • CompTIA Dives Deep Into U.S. Tech Sector Employment

    The release of CompTIA's annual Cyberstates reports has Ed Tittel in an IT employment state of mind for the second week in a row. There's an enormous amount of excellent data available.

  • Spiceworld 2018 Shows the Astounding Power of Community

    content, product reviews, and free apps, recently wrapped up its annual SpiceWorld conference in Austin, Texas. Ed Tittel attended and likes what he saw.

  • Remember, IT Pros: It's the Giving Season

    As the holiday season kicks into high gear, Ed Tittel has some advice for IT pros in the mood to kick their charitable instincts into high gear.

  • IT Certification: Looking Back, Looking Forward

    Who's ready for a ride in the wayback machine? In closing out 2018, Ed Tittel reflects on the history of IT certification, as well on what lies ahead.

  • Certification in the (Front of the) Classroom

    Do you need to have an IT certification yourself in order to teach other people who are studying to achieve certification? Ed Tittel examines a new trend toward requiring instructors to be certified.

  • Could Microsoft's SQL Server 2016 Be Your Ticket to the Big TIme?

    Microsoft is turning up the hype on its forthcoming SQL Server 2016. The new product will apparently redefine "basic DBMS plaftorm" by including business intelligence and advanced analytics capabilities.

  • It's Not a Second Shot: Microsoft Learning's New Exam Replay

    A free certification exam retake by any other name would still not put a dent in your wallet. The new retake promotion from Microsoft Learning, alas, omits the "free" element of the previous program.

  • Transcender (Powered by Kaplan IT Training) Has 8570 Covered

    The Department of Defense has a list of security certs required for employees and contractors. Transcender has the most comprehensive set of matching practice exams around.

  • Which Certs Are Best for Getting Started Down the IT Trail?

    For those just getting started in IT, aptly named "entry-level" certification provide a great foundation. Here’s a list of some entry-level certs that can help anyone build marketable IT skills and knowledge.


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