Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification is a fundamental entry-level certification that is recommended for those who are interested in starting a career in IT. The certification ensures that the candidate comes out of the training having gained basic knowledge of IT fundamentals.
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is a certification offered by Cisco*. The associate-level certification involves information Technology (IT) and comes with many benefits. The Cisco training and exams as well have changed a number of times due to the changes in the industry. Cisco tries to keep the training relevant to the current job roles, thereby, updating the curricula from time to time as the changes occur.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, education on internet security has in the recent years taken the backseat in plenty of businesses today. Most of the internal security budgets, media coverage, and venture capital dollars are channeled on new technology. However, company employee security education which is equally important often receives little or zero attention.
Wi-Fi has become a hallmark of the 21st century; the World Economic Forum estimates that there are 50 million individual Wi-Fi networks currently operating in the United States. A Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) certification* qualifies a person to do the basic adjustments and maintenance tasks involved with running these networks in a commercial setting.
As cloud computing and networking takes over more and more functions that were traditionally handled by local servers, you may find that it is getting more difficult to find qualified personnel who are conversant with the new technology. That is why CompTIA has updated its industry-leading certification with the Cloud+ certification.