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CompTA Certifications
For individuaIs, attaining certifications means increased job security, additionaI
career opportunities and increased credibiIity in the workpIace. For businesses,
hiring certified workers means higher customer satisfaction, increased
productivity and Iower empIoyee turnover.
CompTIA A+
For entry-level T technicians, the CompTA A+ exam covers preventative maintenance,
basic networking, installation, troubleshooting, communication and professionalism.
CompTIA Network+
For networking professionals, the CompTA Network+ exam covers managing,
maintaining, troubleshooting, operating and configuring basic network infrastructure.
CompTIA Security+
For experienced security professionals, the CompTA Security+ exam covers system
security, network infrastructure, cryptography, assessments and audits.
CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP)
For advanced security professionals, this exam covers enterprise security; risk
management; research and analysis; and integration of computing, communications,
and business disciplines.
CompTIA Server+
For experienced T professionals, the CompTA Server+ exam covers areas such as
RAD, SCS, managing multiple CPUs and disaster recovery.
CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI
For experienced Linux professionals, the CompTA Linux+ exam covers user
administration, file permissions, software configurations and the fundamental
management of Linux systems.
CompTIA PDI+
For entry-level printer and document-imaging technicians, the CompTA PD+ exam
covers basic electromechanical components and tools, print engine and scan
processes, color theory and networking.
CompTIA RFID+
For RFD professionals, the CompTA RFD+ exam covers installation, maintenance,
repair and troubleshooting of RFD products.
CompTIA CTP+
For experienced convergence professionals, the CompTA CTP+ exam covers
designing, implementing and managing voice and data networks.
CompTIA CTT+
For technical instructors, the CompTA CTT+ exam covers classroom preparation,
presentation, communication, facilitation and evaluation in both traditional classroom
and virtual classroom environments.
CompTIA CDIA+
For document imaging solutions sellers, the CompTA CDA+ exam covers planning,
designing and specifying a document imaging management system.
CompTIA Project+
For project managers, the CompTA Project+ certification covers the entire process of
project management, including initiation, planning, execution, acceptance, support and
closure.
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Microsoft Certifications
Microsoft Certifications vaIidate your skiIIs and expertise
using Microsoft products and technoIogies.
PopuIar Microsoft Certifications:
O MCTS Certifications ( 9 Certifications )
O MCTP Certifications ( 3 Certifications )
O MCPD Certification ( 0 Certifications )
O MCA Certification ( 0 Certifications )
O MOS Certification ( 0 Certifications )
O MCT Certification ( 0 Certifications )
O MCSE Certification ( 0 Certifications )

Microsoft provides the core technologies that businesses worldwide depend on. t
doesn't matter if you're a PC aficionado, Mac-lover or Linuxfanboy, a clear
understanding of Microsoft technologies - and Microsoft certifications - is vital to your T
career.
The latest generation of Microsoft certifications, introduced in 2007, was designed to be
more compatible with the actual day-to-day job roles of T professionals. The new
Microsoft certifications enable T professionals and developers to quickly acquire
credentials that prove their specialized technology expertise, and allow managers to
easily distinguish candidates who meet their specific hiring criteria. The new Microsoft
Certification Program features 3 general levels of Microsoft certifications.
Chart: New Generation of Microsoft Certifications
Microsoft is the world's most dominant enterprise technology provider, so Microsoft
Certified Professionals (MCPs) are always in demand. Microsoft also maintains a
network of partners - dubbed the "Microsoft Partner Network" - that sell $billion's worth
of Microsoft products and services to businesses and consumers; Microsoft Partners
are required to employ a certain number of active MCPs to maintain partner status,
which adds to the job opportunities and consistent demand for professionals who hold
Microsoft certifications.
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3 LeveIs of the New Microsoft Certifications:
1Microsoft Certified TechnoIogy SpeciaIist (MCTS) MCTS certifications validate your
skills and expertise in a specific Microsoft technology, for example, SharePoint 2010 or
Windows 7. Typical skills measured by MCTS certification include implementing,
troubleshooting, building on, and debugging a particular Microsoft technology. MCTS
certifications distinguish you from competing job candidates by demonstrating an in-
depth knowledge of the Microsoft technologies you have focused on.
2Microsoft Certified IT ProfessionaI (MCITP) or Microsoft Certified ProfessionaI
DeveIoper (MCPD)
Your career focus will determine which of these professional-level Microsoft credentials
you pursue; MCPD certifications are designed for programmers and developers, while
MCTP certifications are pursued by T Pros with a non-development focus. While the
MCTS certification proved your skills in a specific technology, the MCTP and MCPD
certifications validate your expertise in an entire job-role, across multiple technologies,
for example, Database Administrator or Desktop Support Technician. Typical skills
measured by the MCPD and MCTP certifications include deploying, building, designing,
optimizing, and operating the technologies for a particular job-role.
3 Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA) The Microsoft Certified Architect program helps
the highest-achieving professionals in T architecture to distinguish their expertise. The
requirements for the MCA Certification are rigorous and culminate in an oral review by a
prestigious board. Candidates for this high-end Microsoft certification have been
working in T for over 10 years and acting in an architect capacity for at least 3 years.
Other PopuIar Microsoft Certifications:
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) Before Microsoft introduced the MCTS
and MCTP certifications, the MCSE was the go-to credential for T professionals
specializing in the implementation of Microsoft Windows Server technologies. MCSE
certification validates expertise in designing, implementing, and administering
infrastructures for business solutions based on Windows Server 2000 or 2003. MCSE
certification extends to cover a variety of job roles including network analyst, systems
analyst, systems engineer, T support engineer, and technical consultant. Upgrade
exams are available so Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers can quickly earn the
more current and job-role specific MCTS and MCTP certificates.
Microsoft Office SpeciaIist (MOS) MOS certification is the only performance-based
credential that validates the skills you need to maximize the widely used applications in
the Microsoft Office suite, i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Whether you
want to advance your career or simply increase your productivity, earning a Microsoft
Office Specialist certification demonstrates the expertise you need to succeed.
Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) are the leading
technical and instructional experts on Microsoft technologies. MCTs are the only
individuals allowed to deliver authorized Microsoft classes and Microsoft certification
preparation using the Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC), opening up career
opportunities at technical training providers and leading universities.
Benefits of Microsoft Certifications for IndividuaIs:
O Microsoft Certified Professionals gain market-relevant skills that employers recognize
and respect.
O Earning the latest Microsoft certifications proves you are current with new Microsoft
technologies.
O Passing Microsoft certification exams demonstrates advanced technical problem-solving
skills.
O Microsoft certifications help distinguish you from competing job candidates for T
positions.
O Committing the time and resources to earn Microsoft certifications proves career
dedication.
O MCPs gain access to a huge global community of certified professionals, featuring
exclusive
networking opportunities, conferences, parties, training sessions, and special events.
O Microsoft Certified Professionals have access to exclusive online career resources
including:
4 Microsoft Transcript Tool - Share password-protected transcripts with hiring managers
and employers.
4 Microsoft Certificate Manager - Create, download, and print customized certificates of T
achievement.
4 Logo Builder - Design custom logos to enhance your brand and highlight your Microsoft
certifications.
Benefits of Microsoft Certifications for Businesses:
O MCPs have the skills and expertise to maximize the ROof Microsoft software and
hardware.
O Microsoft Certified Professionals are proven to be more efficient and productive in the
workplace.
O Businesses employing MCPs can leverage the power of the Microsoft brand to attract
and win new business.
O Companies employing Microsoft Certified Professionals experience less downtime and
lower employee turnover
Microsoft Certified ProfessionaI (MCP) SaIaries
Average Annual Salaries for Microsoft Certified Professionals:
O MCDST: Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician salary: $60,360
O MOS: Microsoft Office Specialist salary: $65,530
O MCTS: Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist salary: $73,474
O MCSA: Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator salary: $75,328
O MCTP: Microsoft Certified T Professional salary: $77,529
O MCT: Microsoft Certified Trainer salary: $78,115
O MCSE: Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer salary: $83,234
O MCA: Microsoft Certified Architect salary: $84,004
O MCDBA: Microsoft Certified Database Administrator salary: $84,683
O MCSD: Microsoft Certified Solution Developer salary: $86,213
O MCAD: Microsoft Certified Application Developer salary: $86,225
Average Salary by Microsoft Certification.
Source: 2010 IT Skills and Salary Report by Global Knowledge and TechRepublic