Are you thinking about an IT Bootcamp for your business? Training your IT employees may seem like a noble idea for your business. In a different world, employees would spend almost half of their time learning new techniques and sharpening their skills. However, for most businesses, IT employee training is a low-priority objective, especially due to the long to-do list, budgets, and fear of losing employees after investing in them.
As more and more people enter the IT industry, employers have more and more prospects from which to choose--and many have experience, skills and track records of success. That's why Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification has become so popular. It can elevate your employees, increase their productivity, and help assure your clients that you have validated experts on your IT team.
Mention fiber optics and some will recall companies like AT&T and Verizon and Google pulling the plug on some well-publicized efforts to expand fiber optic networks. Even so, it appears that the fiber optic industry is not going away. There are even signs it may be in the ascendant.
No business is too small or too inconsequential to be hacked by those with malicious intent. And no business is so small that such a hack couldn't have devastating results. Whether it's your finances or your clients' information that hackers target, a cybersecurity breach can have devastating results for your business's reputation and future success. This is why every business ought to consider the benefits of having employees skilled in the arena of cybersecurity and promoting a culture of cyber awareness.
Sponsored by CompTIA (Computing Technology Industry Association), the Network+ certification is a mid-level certification that is designed for network technicians. This certification will ensure that your network technicians are competent in network design configuration, hardware setup, cabling, installation, and troubleshooting.