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GoCertify Looks Back: Our 10 Most Popular Certification Watch Newsletters of 2017

In this week's roundup of the latest IT certification news, there is no roundup of the latest IT certification news!

GoCertify Looks Back: Our 10 Most Popular Articles of 2017

The holidays are upon us, and 2018 is nearly here. Do you have a new desk calendar yet? (Do people still use desk calendars?) GoCertify revisits our 10 most popular IT certification articles of 2017.

Encouraging Signs from November U.S. Jobs Report

The powers that be are stepping on the gas just a bit, and things are looking up for 2018 (if somewhat modestly). Jobs continue to grow at reasonable pace, and wages continue to creep up.

GoCertify Looks Back: Our 10 Most Popular Quizzes of 2017

It's the end of the calendar year as we know it, and everyone feels fine. GoCertify revisits our 10 most popular IT certification quizzes of 2017.

Microsoft Learning: Buy More Exams, Get a Bigger Discount

If you act before the end of the year, you can cash in on up to half off on Microsoft certification exams. Because the more exams you buy, the more you save you can rack up some nice savings.

Get an IT Boost from the CompTIA Plus Conference

CompTIA Plus is a jam-packed, one-day IT power-up. You can participate in online presentations by top tech thinkers, network with other professionals, and even win prizes, all without leaving your desk.

2018 Is Coming: What Are Your Certification Plans?

The New Year is just around the corner. It's time to start thinking about acquiring and maintaining your certs for 2018. Here are some reminders and tips to help you cross all your Ts and dot all your Is.

Massive Cyber Monday Blowout: Everything Is Free!

It's the biggest online shopping day of the year, and there are so many deals it's hard to know where to look next. That's why we're keeping it simple here at GoCertify, where everything has been marked down 100 percent.

Give Thanks for IT by Giving Back to IT

Happy Thanksgiving to all! If you find yourself grateful to have a flourishing IT career, then please consider giving back to the tech profession and tech communities around the globe. Here are some ideas about how.

Happy Thanksgiving (with pie!) from Your Friends at GoCertify

GoCertify is taking Thursday off in observance of Thanksgiving. But we didn't want to leave you with nothing: Have some pie!

SDN is the Future of IT Networking

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a revolutionary approach to IT networking that is rapidly becoming the preferred style of managing networks. Here's what you need to know to stay ahead of the curve.

Transcender (Powered by Kaplan IT Training) Has 8570 Covered

The Department of Defense has a list of security certs required for employees and contractors. Transcender has the most comprehensive set of matching practice exams around.

The Energy Sector Needs Security Professionals

Looking for a place to put your certified cybersecurity skills to good use? U.S. energy production and distribution facilities (as well as similar operations in other countries) are eager to meet with you.

CyberSeek Paints Picture of Cybersecurity Skills Gap

If an ordinary picture is worth a thousand words, then the data-driven and readily comprehensible visuals generated by CyberSeek have quite a wordy tale to tell about cybersecurity employment in the United States.

The Wild West Wisdom and Potential Perils of Hacking Back

Frustrated and fearful, some corporations are quietly attempting to give hackers and other cybercriminals a taste of their own medicine. Cathartic as it may be, however, getting even could cause more problems than it solves.

U.S. Employment: October Gains Wipe Out Bad September

Excellent October numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that, while the U.S. economy isn't yet operating at full steam, it is moving closer to what's needed for sustained economic growth.