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Technology is the fabric of modern life. As we spend more time looking at screens, the more people pick up the IT vernacular — at varying levels of proficiency. Here is a list of IT terms that everyone gets wrong, but it doesn’t matter. (It really doesn’t.)
Think IT certification is only for those who want to set up networks or deploy cloud solutions? With how reliant every organization is on technology today, there’s a cert for everyone. Here’s a look at three that can benefit everyone from the receptionist to the CEO.
It’s tempting to bring in a shiny new technological solution to solve your business problems. But you should take a closer look at the resources you already have. Here’s what you should ask yourself before changing things up.
Linux is one of the most in-demand IT skills right now, up there with the cloud and IT security. This week on the blog, we explored why Linux is so popular among the enterprise.
Linux is in about every market. Mobile OS, supercomputing, and now the cloud. In fact, when it comes to public cloud computing, Linux is dominating. Here’s a look at why the open source OS is a public cloud workhorse.
Networking, security, and more recently, the cloud have topped the list of skills most in demand by the enterprise. A recent survey found that a need is growing for IT pros with Linux skills. Discover why Linux is gaining traction on a larger scale.
Windows still is popular among the enterprise, but that doesn’t make it the best solution. Especially when it comes to ease of use. Whether it’s for your daily driver workstation or your entire organization, learn how Linux is easier to use than Windows.
There’s nothing better than learning a new skill — especially one that you can wield like a magic power. But, […]
Most new white hats typically want to start practicing their new skills immediately. That makes sense. After all, what good […]
When you start learning white hat skills, you’ll almost certainly find vulnerabilities on Day 1. Even if you can’t fix everything, you can help your organization (or any organization) close these 17 common vulnerabilities.