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How to Start a Career in IT – 5 Easy Steps

May 17, 2013
Learn how to turn your IT career dreams into reality with QuickCert

  Thinking of starting a career in IT? Don’t hesitate any longer – just do it! Starting a new career shouldn’t be a hassle; it should be the most exciting time for you to finally turn all of those dreams of a better life into reality. Careers in IT continue to top the list of […]

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Online IT Training Tips and Tricks – 5 ways to gain the most from your training!

May 10, 2013
Discover 5 Must-Have IT Training Tips and Tricks

When considering enrolling in online IT training it doesn’t matter who is paying for it, the bottom line always remains: Extract maximum value from the class to produce maximum results in your job functions, and comprehend the necessary skills to get the job done – it’s the same for everyone. Within this article, I will […]

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IT Certifications in 2013 – The Top 5 Most Desirable

May 6, 2013

At the beginning of 2013, everyone was trying to figure out and prepare for which IT certifications were going to be in-demand. Now, five months into the year we have a pretty darn good idea of what is in fact, “in-demand.” Whether you are just starting out and looking to begin a career in IT […]

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Server 2012 Certification Paths

October 10, 2012

Microsoft has announced changes to its Certification Tracks for Windows Server. Some of these changes incorporate a reincarnation of certifications that retired several years ago. Microsoft has brought back the MCSA and the MCSE in their certification learning environment. Not quite the same as what some of us remember them being. MCSA now stands for Microsoft […]

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Learning is Learning, or is it?

September 28, 2012

I would like to share with you the different types of learning you will see in the industry or possibly have seen and are not sure which is the one you should be using, or what they all are, or maybe which one you are learning from right now.  After almost 13 years in the […]

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Why Your Company Must Consider Cloud Computing

March 19, 2012

Businesses of all types, from start-ups to large enterprises, can benefit from cloud computing. Cloud computing keeps start up expenses low by eliminating the need for expensive servers, software and full-time IT professionals. A monthly fee may be charged to receive access to state-of-the-art servers and applications. Experienced IT professionals are also included in the […]

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Why Social Media Isn’t A Choice

September 9, 2011

Businesses today can’t avoid social media. In many ways, it’s the equivalent of refusing to start a company website a decade ago. Yes, you may be doing fine without it, and yes, you may still find new customers and clients, but you’re missing out on critical growth opportunities. Social media is an affordable and scalable […]

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Unified Communications is a Growing Area of Technology Spending

July 6, 2011
Untangle your business with unified communications

Unified communications refers to hardware and software integration of all methods of communication, usually in a corporate environment. In a truly unified office, e-mail, instant message, video conferencing, voicemail, and phone conversations all interact through a company’s network so that an employee can seamlessly choose the best method of communication for a given problem. Traditionally, […]

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Target Silicone Valley: Getting Hired at the Hottest Tech Companies

June 23, 2011

With the United States economy suffering from record unemployment levels, the online technology industry is still growing rapidly. With the popularity of social networking, new startup companies are entering the field every day. The first dot-com boom of the 1990s led to the creation of many startup technology companies that have now grown into large […]

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What Is Cloud Computing And Why Should You Care?

June 22, 2011

Announced during the 2011 E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo), computer software and mobile technology giant Apple introduced their iCloud system, a technology that takes cloud computing to the higher level of syncing with not just computers, but that of phones and tablets. While a big announcement for Apple, this type of technology isn’t hardly new. As […]

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