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Yahoo!’s Kickoff Countdown

July 12, 2004

Though the real NFL season is still several weeks away, it apparently isn’t too early to start thinking about Fantasy Football leagues. Early out of the gate this year is last year’s fantasy king, Yahoo! Sports with their latest edition of the popular game. […]

What You Can Use To Get Certified

August 14, 2003 Jide Awe

Over 90 percent of IT certification failure is due to the use of unsuitable preparation methods and tools. Effective preparation ensures you have the required skills and knowledge in the specific field. Anything else is gambling. […]

Overview of the RHCE

August 5, 2003 Rick Stooker

If the company Red Hat has its way, its Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) credential will eventually replace Microsoft’s MCSE certification as king of the network operating system hill. […]

What is A+ Certification?

July 25, 2003 Jide Awe

A+ certification is a vendor-neutral certification that certifies the competency of service professionals in the computer industry. It is for anyone who wants an internationally recognized credential as a competent computer service professional. […]

Cisco Curriculum Meets Government Security Training Standards

July 9, 2003

SAN JOSE, Calif., July 1, 2003 – Cisco Systems, Inc.® today announced the addition of a government-specific security curriculum for network professionals. The new Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professional validates the knowledge and skills specified by the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) for federal systems engineers. The INFOSEC Professional is the only vendor-specific curriculum that meets the rigorous standards of the National Security Agency (NSA) and the CNSS. […]

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