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Why All IT Certifications Aren't Created Equal

6 days ago | by Michael Vizard

NEWS ANALYSIS: The challenge is sorting out certifications that are part of the cost of doing business from those that provide specialization that might yield significant ROI. Read More »



  • IT Pros Voice Optimism Amid Industry Transitions
    Tech professionals are as confident in their businesses’ financial health and the general state of the economy as they’ve been in two years, according to a new report from CompTIA. With the $3.7 trillion global IT market poised to make...
  • Programmer and Developer Jobs Still Tough to Fill
    IT leaders' certainty in the ability of their departments to meet business needs in 2015 continues to rise, even while their expectations for budget increases are diminishing. As a result, these executives expect salary increases for the...
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    NEWS ANALYSIS: The primary goal for solution providers should be to build their skill sets to position themselves to take advantage of opportunities ahead.
  • CompTIA Expands Its CertMaster Portfolio
    NEWS BRIEFS: In addition to CompTIA's news, this week's coverage includes ANPI's expanded partner program, Digital River's new partnerships, and more.
  • Tech Talent Shortages Loom Large for IT Industry
    Although tech and business executives express increasing confidence in the IT sector and their own companies, many see challenges ahead due to the continuing shortage in tech talent, a new survey from the Technology Councils of North America (TECNA)...
  • Software Industry Seeks More Innovation, Analytics
    Software vendors and development professionals are firmly committed to greater tech innovation as they seek to create better products and apps, according to a recent survey from app dev and consulting company SoftServe. The accompanying 2014...
  • IT Execs Confident in Industry's Future, Yet They Worry
    IT executives are expressing increased confidence in the future of their industry. In fact, they perceive the tech industry--and their own companies—as being in notably better shape than the U.S. economy overall, according to new research from...
  • IT Services Sector Continues to Add Jobs
    The good news is the U.S. technology industry added nearly 119,000 jobs in the first half of 2014, increasing the employment rate by 1.9 percent, slightly higher than the 1.8 percent growth during the same period last year, according to new research...
  • 'Generation Gap 2.0' Heats Up at Work
    With individuals' perceived sophistication about tech use often serving as a divider, a potentially destructive generation gap is building in the workplace, according to a recent survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Ricoh Americas. Younger...
  • Small-Business Execs Are 'Content but Cautious'
    "Content but cautious" sums up the sentiment expressed in the "Small Business Forecast 2014," released by Bank of America and the CFI Group. Small-business owners and managers report both job satisfaction and business risk, according to the study,...

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