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Software Certifications are an important piece to many companies in the field of software and technology. The certifications that you choose can be designated for a specific job function, but also for any certification level or ad-hoc learning scenario. Certifications can range from entry-level to top-of-your-line positions and usually grade on a scale of 0-10 with 10 being the most difficult. You'll learn how to use the software as well as advanced topics such as programming languages, algorithms, database design, and networking fundamentals. Many people say that certifications are just ego-boosting pieces of paper, but in the world of business, showing off your ability to build something is always good. In this article, I'll discuss the top certifications that can be acquired and what they can do for your career which are all included in Software Certifications Dumps. Also, note that many companies require a specific certification in order to receive employment, so you're always better off getting them sooner rather than later.

MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert)

The Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert Software Engineer (MCSE) is a name that you should be familiar with. This certification is extremely hard to achieve and can only be achieved via a 4-day lab course. Once you have achieved the MCSE, you'll receive a gold designation on your resume and bump up your job possibilities by several levels. The MCSE is more about knowing how to use the technology rather than actually learning its ins and outs. You'll learn about Windows Server 2003, Exchange Server 2003, SQL Server 2000 and its Data Engine, NET Framework 2.0, and ASP.NET. Some employers will require that you have this certification in order to receive employment, so don't delay in getting it. Plus, it's the first of its kind on this list.

Certification Topics

Our Software Certifications dumps covers the following objectives of MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert) Exam.

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Implementation and Maintenance
  • Active Directory Services (AD) with Windows Server 2003
  • Exchange Server 2003 Design, Installation, and Administration
  • ASP.NET Framework 2.0 with C# & VB.NET Programming for the Web (Exam 70-315)

CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)

Computer Networking and the Internet are quickly becoming bigger parts of our daily lives. If you want to get a job as a network engineer or work in technical support for an ISP, then you're going to need a CCNA certification. You should join Cisco's two-day lab course and obtain your CCNA before you move on. The CCNA isn't for the faint of heart, as it will require you to actually use Cisco's networking technology and get hands-on with Cisco routers and switches. You'll learn about IPv4, IPv6, routed access protocols (RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPF),switched access protocols (BGP4), EIGRP, and more. This is an entry-level certification that will set you solidly into a career in network engineering or support.

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

CCNA training and certification is designed to validate the skills required to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small- to medium-size enterprise branch network. Possession of these skills represents an individual's ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size networks with performance ranging from 256 to 1008 network devices. If you're not so sure that the CCNA is for you, then maybe the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) will be. The CCNA isn't for everyone, but it's a great entry-level certification that can get you a job in technical support. It's fairly easy to pass and won't require any lab time. You'll learn about Cisco routers, switches, and VOIP basics as well as IPv4 and IPv6 networking and basic troubleshooting. This is a relatively easy certification to get.

CompTIA A+ and Network+ (Network Technology Professional)

CompTIA (The Computing Technology Industry Association) is one of the largest certifying bodies in the IT industry. If you're looking for a certification to bolster your current skill set, then you'll want to put some time into obtaining CompTIA's Network+ certification. The Network+ is a two-day course that can be taken via online video or classroom settings. Upon completion, you'll be able to add "the Network Engineer" to your resume. The Network+ is a basic certification, but it's a good stepping stone into the IT industry if you're just starting out which are also covered in our Software Certifications Dumps. The CompTIA A+ is another certification that can be added to your resume. This entry-level certification will get you ahead of the game in the industry and prepare you for more advanced careers in computer technology. The CompTIA A+ will require 2-3 weeks of studying as well as taking two tests (computer hardware and software).

Cisco Certified Internet Associate (CCIA)

Cisco's CCIA certification is a great stepping stone for newbies. It's an advanced certification that will allow you to get into the field of enterprise-level networking. It's a great certification for the person who wants to break into the industry but isn't ready to commit to an MCSE. The CCIA requires minimal studying (15 hours) and can be taken in three days via classroom or online training. If you're looking for your first real IT job, then the CCIA could be what you need.

The Cisco Certified Internet Associate (CCIA) is a great stepping stone for those wanting to break into the industry. It's also a good certification if you're just starting out in IT because of its low cost, low time requirement, and miniscule study time.

Certification Topics

Our Software Certifications dumps covers the following objectives of Cisco Certified Internet Associate (CCIA) Exam.

  • TCP/IP Fundamentals
  • IPv4 Addressing
  • IPv4 Subnetting
  • IPv6 Addressing
  • BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)
  • OSPF (Open Shortest Path First)
  • EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol)
  • RIPv1 & RIPv2 (Routing Information Protocol version 1 & 2)
  • Dijkstra algorithm

CompTIA Security+ (Certificant)

The CompTIA Security+ certification is a very important step for anyone who wants to work in security. The certification, which can be obtained by passing a test, will allow you to work in security systems or provide technical support for a security system. It also will help you get a job as an IT network administrator.

The Security+ certification is important because it's an entry-level certification and will get you up to speed on the concepts of firewalls, encryption, authentication, and virtual private networks. This certification is relatively easy to obtain and shouldn't be too hard on your wallet.

Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA)

The MCSA is the entry-level certification for the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA). This certification will get you up to speed on Windows server operating systems and allow you to work in server maintenance, troubleshooting, and support. If you're going to be working in Windows-based environments, then the MCSA is a certification you need. The MCSA will validate your skills with Windows 7 and above, and it will prepare you for more advanced IT jobs. The Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) can be taken through Microsoft's official website, which means no additional cost for taking the test. However, if you want to take it via a third party like Pearson VUE or Prometric, then there are extra fees Software Certifications Dumps cover all questions of Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA).

You'll learn how to install, configure, troubleshoot and administer a network. You'll also learn about Active Directory (AD) and Group Policy. This certification is fairly easy to obtain and you can do it through a 3-day training course.

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)

The MCSE certification is the highest level of certification for Microsoft products. It's an advanced certification that will allow you to work on enterprise-level networking. If you're looking for a job in enterprise-level IT, then you'll want the MCSE on your resume. The MCSE can be obtained via a training course that takes about 2 months to complete, or it can be taken at your own pace through e-learning courses and tests. The MCSE is the more advanced version of the MCSA and will require that you take and pass a 4-day lab course. Through the MCSE, you'll learn how to maintain, troubleshoot, administer a network, monitor an enterprise network through Windows Server Technologies, and support for virtualized servers. In order to obtain your MCSE, you'll need to pass three exams as well as a lab exam. The certifications will get you a job maintaining or administering networks in medium to large-sized businesses.

Certification Topics

  • Fundamentals of Networking
  • Operating Systems and Networks
  • Routing and Switching
  • Network Configuration and Management
  • TCP/IP Protocols
  • Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Fundamentals
  • IP Routing (RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP)
  • IP Addressing
  • IPv4 Addressing
  • IPv4 Subnetting

Exam Requirements

  • Exam # 1: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, 70-642
  • Exam # 2: Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2008 Environment, 70-646
  • Exam # 3: Implementing, Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2008 Environment, MB2-719
  • Exam # 4: Installing, Configuring and Administering Microsoft Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2011, MB2-718

Exam Cost

The MCSA costs a little bit more, but you'll also get to take a lab exam. The actual Microsoft exams range anywhere from $150 - $300. You'll be able to take the test through Microsoft or a third-party testing facility like Pearson VUE or Prometric.

Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)

Microsoft's MCITP is a very popular certification and it's becoming one of the most sought-after IT certifications due to its reputation. The certification allows you to work in many different IT fields and can prepare you for a wide range of IT jobs. You'll need to pass several tests in order to obtain the MCITP, but they are fairly straightforward and shouldn't be too hard on your wallet. The MCITP is often the stepping stone to higher-level IT certifications.

The Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) is the more advanced version of the MCSA, and it will allow you to perform more technical tasks in enterprise networks. The MCITP allows you to work on Windows Server 2012, as well as work with Desktop operating systems such as Windows 8. The MCITP is also a Microsoft certification but it's at a higher level than the MCSA and requires that you have an advanced level of knowledge in the Windows Server operating systems. You'll learn how to administer, manage, secure, and support a network which are also covered in our Software Certifications Dumps. It will also help you understand networking within an enterprise environment as well as troubleshoot Windows network issues. This certification can be obtained through a 3-day lab course or test. To obtain your MCITP, you'll have to take a 4-day training course through Microsoft and then pass three different tests.

Certification Topics

After you have chosen a certification, it's time to find out what are the topics on which you'll be tested. Most certifications will test knowledge in the following areas:

  • Networking: Interoperability and Standards
  • Networking: Protocols and Protocol Analysis
  • Networking: Troubleshooting, Security, and Optimization
  • Wireless Technologies and Infrastructure Services

Exam Requirements

The MCSA tests will have a project-based theme, and it can be taken in 3 different ways: classroom (2 days), labs (4 days), or self-paced format. The MCSE tests are also project-based, but they will test you on different types of Windows Server operating systems.

Exam Cost

The costs of the tests vary. The MCSA can be obtained for 400 USD, while the MCSE can cost 500 USD. If you're going to take your exam through a third-party testing center like Pearson VUE or Prometric, then you'll have to pay additional fees for taking a test.

Network Administration

Network Administration is the management of a computer network. It's a broad-based skill that allows you to be able to plan, manage an enterprise network. The principles behind Network Administration will help you understand how networks are put together and work properly. If you're interested in a job working in enterprise IT, then this is something you'll want to have on your resume. Network Administration is typically a 2-year course. You'll learn everything from hardware and networking principles to troubleshooting, and network security. You'll also learn how to configure, administer, support wireless networks as well as wired ones. If you wish to work in the field of Network Administration, then you'll need to pass two exams: the A+ and the N+. The A+ is a level 1 certification that tests your knowledge in hardware, PC operating systems, mobile devices, and troubleshooting which are all included in Software Certifications Dumps. The N+ is a level 2 certification that will test your knowledge in networking. If you wish to work on higher-level IT projects that involve networks, then I would suggest taking these certifications before looking into higher-level certifications.

Certification Topics

  • Networking: WAN Technologies
  • Networking: LAN Technologies
  • Networking: Security, Security Awareness and Threats
  • Networking: Protocols and Protocol Analysis
  • Troubleshooting, Security, and Optimization

Exam Requirements

The Network Administration exams are typically based on the CCNA exam, but they can have some differences. The CCNA exam tests your knowledge of networking in the enterprise with different Cisco products. The CCNA certification is 2 years, and you'll need to take training courses before you take your exams. You'll also need to pass a proctored test for any higher-level certifications as well as the CCNA certification.

Exam Cost

The costs of the tests vary. The A+ costs 85 USD, while the N+ ranges from $250 -$350. However, you can take your test at a third-party testing center like Pearson VUE or Prometric for a small fee.

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