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Isilon Certified Storage Professional 100-045 Certification

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InFocus CEO Robert O’Malley Elected Chairman of Board of Directors for Computing Technology Industry Association

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Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., August 27, 2008 A 25-year veteran of the information technology (IT) industry will lead the board of directors of the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) in 2008-09.

Robert G. O’Malley, chief executive officer of InFocus Corporation of Wilsonville, Ore., the industry pioneer and a global leader in the digital projection market, was elected chairman of the CompTIA board of directors at the association’s annual Breakaway conference, held earlier this month in Orlando, Fla. Some 1,200 IT industry leaders attended the conference.

“These are exciting times for IT solution providers,” O’Malley said. “I look forward to serving as chairman of CompTIA’s board to ensure the association continues to deliver the best in member services.

I also look forward to working with Todd Thibodeaux, CompTIA’s new CEO, to establish the 2009 agenda. If our members are successful in growing their companies, weve done our job as an association.”

Prior to joining InFocus O’Malley was senior vice president of marketing at Tech Data Corporation, a $21 billion global distributor of IT hardware, software and services. He has also held senior executive positions with IBM, Immersion, Pinacor, Intermec Technologies, and MicroAge.

O’Malley succeeds Brian Wiser as chairman. Wiser, senior vice president of sales and vendor management, North America, Ingram Micro Inc, the world’s largest technology distributor, will serve as an ex-officio member of the CompTIA board in 2008-09.

Vice chairman of the CompTIA Board of Directors for 2008-09 is David Roberts, senior vice president of Americas sales for Websense, Inc., San Diego, Calif., the technology leader in integrated Web security, email security and data loss prevention solutions. Roberts oversees both the sales and channel teams to develop a cohesive channel-centric organization.

Peter Manni, vice president of client services for Siemens IT Solutions and Services, Inc., Canton, Mass. an internationally leading provider of IT solutions and services, will serve as secretary of the CompTIA Board of Directors in 2008-09.

Manni leads a staff of 1,800 IT professionals that support infrastructure services for the Siemens Fortune 500 client base across North America.

Elected treasurer is Oli Thordarson, chief executive officer, Alvaka Networks Inc., Irvine, Calif., a leading provider of network management, monitoring, security and integration services. Thordarson is recognized as a true pioneer in the managed technology services provider market.

Security+ Certification

Posted by admin Aug 30 2008 No Comments »

Security+ is a vendor-neutral security certification program that enables individuals to acquire the initial skills needed to become an Information Security Professional.  Security+ is geared towards individuals who are new to Information Security and are seeking a wide breadth of fundamental security knowledge.

New Horizons Security+ course is a five-day course that will prepare an IT Professional to pass the Security+ exam. This exam validates their mastery of the fundamental skills and knowledge needed by an Information Security Professional:

  •   General Security Concepts
  •   Communication Security
  •   Infrastructure Security
  •   Basics of Cryptology
  •   Operational and Organizational Security

Security+ certified IT Professionals are proficient in a wide range of security concepts, including access control, authentication, and external attack. They also are familiar with operational and organizational security and the basics of cryptography.

Security+ Certification Track
Security+ Prerequisite
Network+ or equivalent experience:

SYO-101
Security+ Certification

 

 

Steven McEvoy Shares His IT Experiences

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For a time, Steven McEvoy’s job prospects were few and far between.  McEvoy was having trouble getting a job after being off for a long period of time due to injury. He had experience working in IT for non-profits, but no official credentials. Two years went by with no luck landing a professional IT position. However, when he started training and working toward certification, he found a job very quickly.

McEvoy now works as an IT Applications Specialist at Crawford and Company. He is on the intermediate team and is working to learn the responsibilities of the senior IT staff.

Crawford and Company creates proprietary software that is primarily used by the insurance industry for claims management.

“My favorite thing is the fact that in the specific job I have, it is different every day,” McEvoy said. “I can come in and remote a machine in Sydney, I can come in and remote a machine in Vancouver. I can be remoted in to a 2k3 server anywhere in the country.”

Crawford and Company has 87 offices in Canada and 400 worldwide. As part of his job role, he spends time doing remote repairs for machines across the country, does rebuilds for opting images, makes universal backups and supports and beta tests the proprietary software for Crawford and Company.

“The biggest challenge is the speed at which the company is growing,” McEvoy said. “We have added 500 users in three months – probably 1,000 next year in Canada. Every time there is a new hire, new equipment needs to be purchased and deployed. Often what happens is users think they know how to do things right and start to do them, and it is a lot harder to fix something that is done wrong than to it is to do it right the first time.”

McEvoy spends time studying for certifications when he isn’t working. As part of the associate degree program he completed, he earned all three designations of CompTIA A+. He has also completed four Microsoft Visa exams and is working on getting CompTIA Linux+ and CompTIA Server+ certified as well as earning his MCSA and MCSE for Server 2003 certifications. 

“I find that the biggest advantage of having certifications is salary range,” McEvoy said. “There is a guy on my team who basically does the exact same work that I do, and he makes significantly less than I do…He is making 20 percent less than I am based on the fact that I have significantly more certifications and training.”

 McEvoy is also hoping that his studies and certifications will help facilitate a move onto the senior IT team. In addition to training, McEvoy keeps up with trends through subscriptions to industry magazines and whitepapers.  He recommends that other IT professionals be continuously learning and that they find something they are passionate about, as he has found in computer forensics and data recovery.

McEvoy has also joined the CompTIA IT Pro program so he can access the forums there and posts there and on Microsoft’s TechNet forums.

McEvoy strongly recommends certification for anyone looking to get an IT profession, and advises IT Professionals to take initiaitve with their job search, especially in light of the current job market given the increased outsourcing of entry-level IT jobs.

A younger classmate was having trouble finding a job because he had no background experience, but he had a specific company in mind that he really wanted to work for. McEvoy recommended that he contact the Human Resources department at that company to determine who made hiring decisions for the department he wanted to work for. He suggested the classmate offer to volunteer as an intern.

The advice was successful – his classmate volunteered at the company while still in school and was offered a permanent position there after graduation.

“So it might be a short term sacrifice because it is usually not nearly as much money, or sometimes no money, but it gets your foot in the door particularly if it is somewhere you really want to be,” McEvoy said.

McEvoy is also building his name through his book reviews and blog. He works as a freelance writer for seven different publications, and has published more than 200 book reviews in media outlets and 400 on his blog in the past three years. When he started the training program, he became more technology-focused, reviewing all the books he used in his studies as well as additional technology-themed books.

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Applying Your CompTIA Credentials Toward a Microsoft Certification

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Microsoft accepts the combination of CompTIA A+ with either CompTIA Network+ or CompTIA Server+ as an elective for the Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA) certification program. In addition, Microsoft accepts CompTIA Security+ as an elective for both the MCSA and the Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) certifications, and as a specialization option for the MCSA: Security and MCSE: Security certifications.

1.         Take at least one Microsoft MCSA on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 exam or Windows 2000 exam to obtain your MCP identification number (MCP ID). You must have your MCP ID number to apply your CompTIA credentials towards MCSA certification. Your MCP ID number is provided to you by e-mail after you take a Microsoft exam, regardless of whether you passed or failed the exam. You can also contact a Microsoft Regional Education Service Center for assistance.

2.         In order to submit your CompTIA certifications to Microsoft you will need to do the following: Log into your CompTIA record at www.comptia.org/careerid. If you are a first time user, you will need to create a user name and password before you can access the database and you will need to have your score report available. If you do not have a copy of your score report, please contact the test delivery provider that you used to take your exam. They will either mail you a copy of your score report or e-mail the information to you. The test vendors’ telephone numbers are the following: VUE: 1-877-551-7587 and Prometric: 1-800-776-4276.

3.         Once you have logged into your record you will need to click on “publish credentials” and send your A+ and Network+ or Server+ for MCSA or Security+ for MCSE to: MCPHelp@microsoft.com. You will need to provide your MCP ID# in the text field of the validation form. You MUST use this “publish credentials” feature to validate your certifications to Microsoft. DO NOT send them an e-mail directly. Only by using this validation process will they accept your certification information. If you have any questions please contact Microsoft at 1-800-636-7544.

Top 10 Certifications to Begin Your IT Career

Posted by admin Jul 22 2008 No Comments »

Are you just starting out in IT, or looking for a way to begin an IT career? The following certifications will help you verify and learn the skills needed to find a job in IT. Once you have one of these, you can begin to gain the experience and higher certifications that will land you a great IT career.

1. CompTia A+
At the top of the list, the A+ certification is one of the most popular ways for people to break into the computer biz. The A+ certifies you as a computer technician and covers topics such as hardware, OS, and networking. 6 months of technician experience is recommended and two exams are required. Both exams lend themselves nicely to self study. So get a good book and sign up to get your A+ certification.

2. Microsoft Certified Professional
To get any Microsoft certification, this will be the first stepping stone. You will be an MCP once you take your first exam and until you complete the exams needed for any other Microsoft certification (MCSD, MCSE, etc.).

3. Microsoft Certified Desktop Service Technician
If you like to troubleshoot, then this certification is for you. You’ll take two exams and then be able to support end user desktop systems.

4. CompTia Security+
Two years of networking experience is recommended for this certification so the true IT newbie might be in over their head with this one. However, security is a big issue and if you have the familiarity to take the one exam required, the Security+ cert works as a prerequisite for the MCSA and CNE.

5. CIW Associate
If you are into internet technologies and would like to define your skills, then go for the Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) certification. The Associate level requires only one exam called the Foundation exam, which covers html, dhtml, networking, graphics, and internet history. From there you can advance to the Professional and Master CIW levels.

6. Sun Certified Java Programmer
This is the first step to higher Java certifications and will prove your skills as a Java programmer on the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition. You must understand the fundamentals of the language so get a good book and maybe a training class before taking the exam.

7. CCNA or CCDA
Both of these certifications will require some dedicated training if you are new to IT. These will be tough for those considering a career change, but well worth the effort. Cisco certifications are popular and respected. Once you have the experience to back up the cert, you will be able to move on to the advanced Cisco certifications.

8. Microsoft Office Specialist
If you have experience with Microsoft Office products, you can achieve a Microsoft Office Specialist certification on any one product such as Word, or Excel by taking a single exam. A Master designation requires several exams and comprehensive knowledge of multiple products.

9. MySQL
One exam and knowledge of basic SQL and MySQL software will get you this certification. An additional exam and more advanced SQL skills will get you a Professional level certification.

10. Graphics & Internet Certifications
Finally, there are several good certifications for graphic designers and web developers. Most of these are vendor-specific and typically require one exam. Check with the product vendor you work with (or want to work with) and see if they have a certification program. Also check with associations such as WebYoda and WOW.