Despite regular exam reboots, certifying organizations can barely keep up with the changing technology landscape. With the retirement of Network+ N10-006, we thought we’d take a look at the new CompTIA Net+ exam, and the moving target of technology certification.
CompTIA retires its exam certifications every three years, which begs the question: What happens to your existing certification? It depends. Here’s what you’ll need to do to remain current with the most popular CompTIA certifications.
In this webinar, Keith Barker talks about what’s new with the latest Network+ exam from CompTIA, what’s the same, and how to prepare.
With each new exam version from Network+, CompTIA changes up the objectives to align with recent technologies. These are important changes that keep their exams current and your skills validated. So, you’ll probably need to prepare a little differently for the latest version.
If you’ve worked in technology for a little while, you know that change is a way of life. Technology moves, and the certifications follow. There are a number of reasons that IT certifications change. We argue that there’s an equal (and perhaps even greater) number of reasons why IT certifications shouldn’t last a lifetime.
Networking expert Chuck Keith recently joined CBT Nuggets as our newest trainer.
In case you hadn’t heard, CompTIA released a new Network+ exam earlier this month. With that said, you still have time to take the old Network+ exam. It retires in August. But, we recommend that you take the new exam. In case you hadn’t heard, CompTIA released a new Network+ exam earlier this month. With that said, you still have time to take the old Network+ exam. It retires in August. But, we recommend that you take the new exam.
Subscription-based products and services are becoming the norm. Think about it: there’s Netflix, Hulu, and of course CBT Nuggets. This week, we looked at Microsoft 365, a subscription-based suite of services that can benefit just about any organization.
You definitely heard of, and most likely have used, Microsoft Word or Excel. Both are great Office 365 services. But there’s so much more to Microsoft’s subscription suite of services. We pointed out three services that might get overlooked and why they pack plenty of punch.
Jeremy mixed things up in his latest webinar, going Ask Me Anything-style. Listen to him discuss a wide range of IT topics based on questions from learners like you.