Friday, August 1, 2008

IT Certification From Cisco

I have been out of school for a little over five years now. I have been talking to my high school and college friends and of course exchange news and latest happening in our lives. My good friend in college told me that she is back to school for her master and she ask me about the Cisco certification since we are graduate of Computer Science she is thinking that it is good for us because networking personnel can enhance our core knowledge by achieving specialist certifications in technologies such as security, IP telephony, and wireless. Plus having Cisco certification it trains us for the challenge of addressing complex connectivity issues in global environments. This certification provides expert-level knowledge of networking across various LAN and WAN interfaces, and a variety of routers and switches. In addition Cisco certification is recognized worldwide as the most respected high-level certification in the industry. The program continually updates and revises its testing tools and methodologies to ensure unparalleled program quality, relevance and value. Now I am like it is very important in our part since we are IT graduates, to do this program is really big help to our careers, future and it can add up to our knowledge especially for me since I have not been to school in quite a long time and it feels like I have rusty brain :(. As a common scenario maintenance of network is fundamental to protect assets and to ensure seamless operations. The environment is growing more complex with operations conducted over VPNs, wireless, remote access and the Internet. companies needs proven experts to choose, implement and maintain the solutions required and certified staff can increase the confidence of their customers, investors and business partners, and thereby boost their organization’s credibility, reputation and value. In that way applying for a job with Cisco Certified is a big plus and it's a step higher than someone who haven't have any at all.

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