These days, an organization is only as good as it's information technology. It doesn't matter if you're running a Fortune 500 behemoth, a family-owned business, or a non-profit, you've got to make sure your technology works -- and works well.
The risk of being hacked has only increased as companies have moved transactions and records online. While tech departments do what they can to ensure websites and databases have the latest security features, the continued attempts to get into these sites show that just adding the features isn't always enough. Think of all the data breaches that have occurred in the past few years to companies large and small.
If you thought ITIL 3 made your IT service management (ITSM) more efficient, wait until you get a look at ITIL 4.
Introduced in February 2019, the fourth generation of this popular framework for maximizing your ITSM is designed to help your staff become even more agile, ready to embrace change, and prepared to succeed in a world where the pace of innovation is rapidly increasing.
And it could not have come at a better time.
Continuing education and workplace training, such as IT certifications from CompTIA, are imperative. Today’s employees want challenges and advancement opportunities. They want to perform at a higher level of operations using better ethics than their predecessors.
Employers know that on a basic level, training and certification opportunities are beneficial to employees and the company. But there’s always that nagging thought, “What if I train them, and they take their new skills somewhere else?”
Cisco allows the creation of custom networks and intranets. These programs facilitate communications between coworkers in various geographical locations across mid-sized to large organizations. CCNA certifications validate and quantify the skills and experience of technicians who design and maintain Cisco-based systems.
What are some of the different concentrations for CCNA certifications? What are its benefits? How can managers decide which certification is best for their employees?