Cloud-based applications and infrastructure are scalable, resilient, and relatively inexpensive. However, they’re not infallible — and their weaknesses are typically on your end. There are easy ways to mitigate those weaknesses with communication and training for everyone — not just the IT pros.
- CompTIA Certifications: Cloud+ vs. Cloud Essentials?
CompTIA offers a wide variety of certifications for both IT professionals and non-technical team members. Before you start studying for an exam, you should know which one will lead you down your desired career path. Here’s a quick rundown of the difference between CompTIA Cloud+ and Cloud Essentials.
- How to Study for CompTIA Cloud Essentials
CompTIA Cloud Essentials was designed with the non-technical professional in mind. If you’re new to cloud infrastructure, Cloud Essentials is a great place to start. CBT Nuggets also has a few non-technical study tips for this exam.
- 5 Things to Know Before Investing in the Cloud
In this 30-minute webinar, Anthony Sequeira teaches you how to communicate not just about the technical aspects of cloud infrastructure, but the vocabulary you’ll need to know when your company migrates to the cloud.
- 4 Reasons Why Cloud Projects Fail
Most IT investments start with a plan that includes technical requirements, costs, and timelines. Unfortunately, these plans typically fail to adequately explain the benefits of the investment to every stakeholder, and that’s a failure in communication. Don’t let your cloud project fail.
- 10 Best IT Certifications for Sales Teams
If you don’t have a technical background, but you’re working in a technical field, then you might benefit from these entry-level IT certifications. You can pick up quite a bit of information interacting with colleagues. But you can also get certified with these technical certifications.