CompTIA continues to demonstrate its commitment to cybersecurity with the announcement of its newest certification, the CompTIA PenTest+, due for release in Q3 of 2018. The exam validates a learner’s ability to use penetration testing to identify, exploit, report, and manage vulnerabilities on a network.
If your business is like most, you’ve adopted at least one new technology in the past couple years. Whether that’s a cloud solution or Salesforce Lightning, you likely either trained your IT staff or hired people to implement the system. But have you trained the rest of your team how to use that technology?
There’s never a bad time to be thinking about certification. Earning a cert shows your commitment to learning new things and keeping your skills up to date. We break down the most in-demand and cost-effective IT certifications to go after this year!
CBT Nuggets trainer Jamie Grettum takes a practical approach to Salesforce Lightning, providing hands-on examples of how to not only get started as a Lightning user but also how to master real-world tasks in the new interface.
It can be challenging to keep up with rapid changes in tech. The same goes for the IT certifications that are created or updated to reflect the industry’s evolving nature. To give you a glimpse of where things might be heading, here are three certifications that will catch on this year!
The effort and money you put into some certifications outweigh the time and effort you might put into others. We decided to find a middle ground and came up with a list of certs that won’t break the bank, won’t consume your life, and will still make you in demand to employers.
CBT Nuggets trainer Anthony Sequeira teaches learners about the various database services offered within the Amazon Web Services platform, such as Aurora, DynamoDB, Redshift, and ElastiCache.
CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker recently released the latest module in his CompTIA CySA+ course, covering the cybersecurity tools and technology portion of the exam. This module teaches a number of preventative, collective, and analytical tools and technologies, as well as tools to perform exploits and forensics.
Raises, and specifically asking for them, can be a tricky proposition. If you’re careful, it can backfire. So it’s important to take some time and think about how you can position yourself for a successful outcome, or how to handle being told, “No.”
It’s timeless advice: If you want to succeed in IT, you’ve always got to always be learning and keeping your skills sharp. To help inspire you, we identified the IT certifications you should add to your IT resume in 2018.