Sunday, July 27, 2008

CISCO Certification

Being very good at computers, my husband very often finds himself being asked by his officemates and even by his boss for help in matters of IT. Especially at one time, he related how he was able to get their CICLS system (a system inter-connected to with all branches of my husband's office) back online, which was a feat in itself since with the said system was apparently offline for over 6 months. The experience had led him to realize how important IT is in our present society and the big career opportunities it can offer. However, one needs not only the proper skills but also the proper certification to back them up. The latter should come from no less than a widely respected IT Career Certification Company called CISCO.
If you’re familiar with Information Technology and want to learn or develope IT skills, you can get a certificate at Cisco certification, too. Cisco offer three levels of general IT certification, namely: Associate, Professional, and Expert (CCIE representing the highest level of achievement). It also offers various tracks, such as Routing and Switching, Network Security, and Service Provider, so that you can match your certification path to your job role or industry. In addition to general certifications, network professionals can enhance their core networking knowledge by achieving specialist certification in technologies such as security, IP telephony, and wireless. In fact, as I've read their profile, it also states that “students completing the recommended Cisco training will gain an introduction to core security technologies as well as how to develop security policies and mitigate risks. IT organizations that employ CCNA Security-holders will have IT staff that can develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks, and mitigate security threats.”

Having CISCO training, you can get a lot of benefits. It enhances career growth and success, and builds credibility in your chosen career, field or industry. To know more about IT certification, visit Cisco certification for more detailed information. Maybe you’ll be more interested in acquiring more certificates than you could ever imagine.

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Anonymous said...

Wow. What a very informative thoughts. I never have any IT subjects in college. I wanted to but, can't afford. I am learning through hands on but, not really enough. Maybe, next year I will enroll in a Computer course. I am currently engaged in online studying. Thanks Cookie.

Anonymous said...

nah ...I became anonymous....see? I am trying hard...hehehe.. practicing.