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IT Certification Watch

The newsletter that keeps you up to date on what's happening in the world of computer certification. Also available to GoCertify subscribers by email.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 37)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, Cisco Learning Network asks whether certification still matters (hint: Cisco has a lot of certs), (ISC)² says skilled security pros are underutilized, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 36)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA shares tips on becoming a certified helpdesk technician, ISACA says spending trends reveal the growing important of cybersecurity job roles, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 35)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CertMag questions whether Big Data is forever, ISACA launches an initiative to increase the presence of women in IT leadership roles, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 34)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA cautions against the collateral complications of connectivity (it's the IoT, stupid), CertMag launches a new online survey, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 33)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, ISACA agrees with senators who think there ought to be a law about the Internet of Things, Red Hat has a spiffy new chapeau, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 32)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA brings fresh purpose and expanded breadth to an august IT organization, Certiport crowns the Microsoft Office Specialist world champions, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 31)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA wants your head in its cloud (so to speak), Microsoft Learning remains bullish about Big Data training and certification, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 30)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA wants to attend ChannelCon online, Oracle Certification makes test takers an offer they can't refuse, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 29)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA's revamped Association of IT Professionals is nigh, it's capstone time for Microsoft data science students, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 28)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, job boards and social media are pressure points for hackers, Microsoft educators want STEM learning to engage students, and more!

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 27)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, certified IT professionals weigh in on the best way to prepare for a job in IT, a handy infographic identifies the largest IT firm in every U.S. state, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 26)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, there's an all-new crop of young wizards of Microsoft Office, tech groups are taking stock of IT salaries both at home and abroad, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 25)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, a training and certification company puts its money where its mouth is, CIO salutes a lineup of 13 MVP tech certifications, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 24)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, Computerworld offers a snapshot of 30 fast-growing certifications, Cisco offers a shortcut to CCNA and CCNP recertification, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 23)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, certification testing may be falling behind the technology curve, an ISACA expert explains how to cruise through the CISM exam, and more.

Certification Watch (Vol. 20, No. 22)

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, CompTIA says employers are eager to find and hire certified professionals, Microsoft asks for input from helpdesk specialists, and more.