Protecting information technology is a growing concern for businesses all over the world. Security + certification training will prepare you to protect the information and communication networks from theft and destruction that result in lost time and revenue for businesses. See the links below to learn more about this exciting career in the information technology field and where to receive Security + certification training.

Looking to start a career in networking? The need for Network + certified professionals with knowledge on media, protocols and network implementation and support is growing fast. To find out how to become Network + certified, see the Network + certification training links below.


Linux + Certification Training

December 18, 2012

Information technology departments and government agencies all over the world are rapidly switching to Linux software to take advantage of its flexibility and custom ability. People with Linux + certification training will be in high demand for these high profile jobs. To find out how you can become Linux + certified, check out the links below.


IT Engineering Training

December 18, 2012

To undergo IT engineering training is to place yourself into an elite corps of people who have mastered this cutting-edge field. If you think you have the technological background and drive to work in a high-demand career, IT engineering training is an ideal course for you to take on your route to success. Consider the IT engineering training offered below.


A+ Certification Training

December 18, 2012
A+ certification by CompTIA (the Computing Technology Industry Association) validates a computer professional's competency in working with computer hardware, operating systems, and networking. A+ Certification is recognized by leading vendors, service providers, and manufacturers. Computer professionals who are A+ certified are a high commodity among a vast array of businesses, as it shows a potential employer that you have a broad knowledge of core hardware and information system technologies.

Women in the IT Industry

December 18, 2012
Recently there has been more attention focused on women in the IT industry because there are so few. A 1998 Association for Computing Machinery report stated that women compose less than one third of the nation's computer scientists and programmers, barely twice that of 1988- less than half a million women holding only 20 percent of the jobs. This is, at least in part, explained by a 1997 Global Strategy Group poll that found that 49 percent of the college-bound females they interviewed said that the tech industry is too boring, difficult, or technical.
Within the past decade, dot-coms have been bursting onto the technological scene in droves. There have been many stories of incredible successes and an equal number of tales about failed companies that lasted less than a year. These young companies, however, tend to do things a little differently than your traditional large business corporation. For example, most of the larger, more established dot-coms have adopted the attitude that nobody working at their company will ever be bored.

What is CompTIA?

December 18, 2012
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) was established in 1982 with the goal of advancing the growth of the information technology (IT) industry and those working within it. More than 20 years later, it has become the leading global IT trade association and has influence in all areas of the IT industry worldwide. Much like the IT industry itself, CompTIA has grown in popularity from its small beginning of four companies, to more than 15,000 member companies in 83 countries.

Biography of Paul Allen

December 18, 2012
Everyone has heard a lot about Bill Gates, his achievements, and the fortunes he's made. However, he is not the sole founder of Microsoft. You may have heard the name Paul Allen, but chances are you don't know much about him. Nevertheless, it was when Allen teamed up with Gates that Microsoft was created.

Mark Cuban

December 18, 2012
Mark Cuban grew up as a blue-collar kid in the working-class city of Pittsburgh. His business career began when he was 12; he was a door-to-door garbage bag salesman who eventually graduated to greeting cards, magazines, and liquor. Cuban put himself through school at Indiana University, choosing it because it was the cheapest of America's top 10 business schools. While there he continued his entrepreneurial drive by giving disco dancing lessons and starting a chain letter (the profits from the letter paid for an entire semester's tuition).