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In case you thought the era of social media and mobile devices meant digital veteran Microsoft’s best days were in the rear view mirror, you might want to re-evaluate.
Earlier this month, the longtime tech juggernaut saw its market value top $1 trillion thanks to the company’s latest better-than-expected earnings report. Bill Gates’ baby remains one of the industry’s bellwether firms across all tech sectors, including networking equipment and security.
Right now, you can school up on all aspects of Microsoft offerings and earn company-approved IT certifications with the Microsoft Network and Security Fundamentals Certification Bundle. It’s on sale now for hundreds of dollars off, just $14.99 from TNW Deals.
The package includes two courses focused on getting you ready to pass two of Microsoft’s most respected exam certifications.
First, Microsoft MTA Network Fundamentals tackles everything it takes to get a Microsoft network system up and running. From how networks are constructed to switches and routers to IP addressing and beyond, this collection of practice tests, quizzes, worksheets and flash cards can help you learn the facts you’ll need for the MTA 98-366 exam.
Meanwhile, MTA Security Fundamentals will help make sure those networks never fall prey to hackers, cyber thieves or simple security breakdowns. With 16 hours of content, you’ll cover protection protocols for physical, wireless and internet security. Questions about encryption, malware, firewalls and more will be answered and the package’s ample study guides will get you ready to ace the MTA 98-367 test.
Get certified to snag that job as a qualified Microsoft network and security specialist with this training, now less than $7.50 per course for a limited time.
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