certifications

The 11 hottest cyber security certifications in 2020

The 11 hottest cyber security certifications in 2020

Close the skills gap and boost your career.
Michael Novinson Sep 24 2020, 12:17PM People/HR
AWS Outposts ready launches with 32 validated partners

AWS Outposts ready launches with 32 validated partners

From Alcide and Citrix to Trend Micro and Zadara.
Donna Goodison Sep 17 2020, 6:44AM Cloud
SAP takes its certifications to the cloud

SAP takes its certifications to the cloud

All certification exams will be offered through SAP Learning Hub.
Nico Arboleda Apr 24 2019, 9:55AM Software
Microsoft warns new lab-based exams are out of time

Microsoft warns new lab-based exams are out of time

Cloudy components load and run slowly, so tests will stretch to three hours.
Simon Sharwood Apr 16 2019, 2:40PM Training & Development
Poll: Vendor certifications are...

Poll: Vendor certifications are...

Have your say here.
Staff Writers Jul 24 2018, 10:57AM Training & Development
Microsoft revamps certifications for resellers and customers

Microsoft revamps certifications for resellers and customers

Streamlining certs for end-users and channel.
Brendon Foye Sep 28 2016, 12:10PM Training & Development
10 certifications with staying power

10 certifications with staying power

Who has the most valuable training from Cisco, CompTIA and EMC?
Michael Novinson May 22 2016, 10:31AM Photos
Cisco raises bar for all certifications

Cisco raises bar for all certifications

Training will incorporate IoT, cloud and business transformation.
Mark Haranas Nov 23 2015, 11:00AM Collaboration
Microsoft revises individual certifications

Microsoft revises individual certifications

Microsoft has announced a revised lineup of individual certifications with a sharper focus on acknowledging IT staff for their deeper skills and expertise.
Fleur Doidge Oct 28 2005, 11:11AM Software
Alcatel expands, preps channel certifications

Alcatel expands, preps channel certifications

Telecommunications equipment vendor Alcatel has expanded its local staff and is preparing for a new assault on the SMB market as it looks to move increasingly away from its carrier and large enterprise roots.
Angus Kidman Feb 9 2005, 12:00AM Hardware

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