The world of IT is constantly growing, but if you’re just jumping in, getting some good advice on how to get started will help you land on your feet. Discover what you need to know in order to maintain your bearings on the rollercoaster that is the IT industry, and how you can hop in today to build a sustainable, lifelong IT career.
Have you reached the end of your rope in your IT career? Between stressful coworkers, a boss who doesn’t understand, and an impossible amount of tasks to accomplish, it’s understandable if you feel exhausted. But this doesn’t mean that you have to give up! Check out the tips and tricks we’ve gathered to help you deal with burnout in your IT job, and break the cycle of feeling unaccomplished in your career.
Sometimes landing the right IT job comes down to knowing IT professionals who can get you in the door. How do you build a network of professionals if you’re on the outside looking in? Review steps that you should be taking to help you to network your way into the networking (or any other IT career path) career of your dreams.
A while back at our Trainerpalooza, we had a chance to sit down with our expert Cisco, networking and security trainer Keith Barker for what everyone would agree was a very long interview. Over the course of our conversation, which has been edited and excerpted for clarity, Keith discussed King Kong, Switzerland, and why someone might want to join the CCNA club.
With more than 700 sessions, a seemingly endless expo filled with people who are building products you use every day, and intel on the next innovations that will shape the future of IT, you aren’t going to want to miss Microsoft Ignite!
Embracing a career in IT may seem daunting, but there are plenty of job opportunities in the tech world that could be right for you. There’s an opportunity to expand your skill set in nearly any direction, along with the chance to be professionally challenged and earn big bucks. Read our five reasons why a career in IT is the right move for you.
CBT Nuggets courses like Cisco CCNA can teach you the basics about routing and switching, but it’ll take a few years of managing bare metal to really understand that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We have a few tips on how to avoid the most common problems in your server room.
In finance, there are a number of expenditures relevant to an IT department. Operating expenses are the everyday costs of keeping the lights on. Capital expenditures (i.e., the big purchases) are typically the ones that get rejected right off the bat. What if you could convince your boss that a big purchase could easily pay for itself in operating costs? Here’s how.
In this 30-minute webinar, follow CBT Nuggets trainer Jeremy Cioara into his latest IT Expertise training, which takes you beyond actual server rooms and crawl spaces to see how to build a switch network.
Even in the Cloud age, you probably still have a bare-metal server, IDF, or MDF in a room somewhere. You still have to get to the internet, don’t you? If that’s the case, then you’re not totally free of the server room, and that means you’ll need to grow your cabinet along with your business. Here are some best practices.