The more we claim to have our pre-covid 19 life back, the more it shows that we will need to face a “new normal” in some spheres of our lives. Workplaces are not the same, shopping still not a pleasant experience, and the digitalization was never so easy and fast adopted. While much is still unknown, looking from the IT perspective network professionals should be the ones looking at how to revamp their skills, which technologies will come out stronger after the crises, what kind of projects to continue, and the ones that should be stopped.
Great news, we have secured Microsoft Funding for you for our Microsoft Technical courses running with our instructors in our Remote Mentored Learning classroom. The funding is available for all bookings made before the 30th of June and it includes Windows Server 2016, SLQ 2016, and Visual Studio course options.
Since the pandemic forced a good number of professionals from different areas to work from home and remote, something that was more common for the tech professional became a common part of our society. More and more industries are realising that it is possible to have part of their workforce remotely, therefore tools to integrate and connect these professionals are in high demand.
As more organizations embrace digital transformation, cloud skills are increasingly rising to the top of the list for hiring managers. Today’s employers need people who have the expertise to help their organizations capture the benefits of the newest technologies. Acquiring a technical certification is one of the best ways to show you’re prepared for one of these highly specialized roles.
Microsoft Software Assurance is a comprehensive maintenance program that can help customers gain control of their technology strategy, improve IT staff skills, decrease support spending, and effectively plan for new software deployments.
Microsoft recently announced updates and changes in their certification program. We organised the information in this blog post to make easier for you to understand the updates and related replacements. Check below the list of courses and related exam retirements from January through June 2019. The list contemplates the course replacements as well.
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