Train your way to the top
The IT world slows for no one, which is why it is vital to stay on top of the latest changes and developments by ensuring your team is properly trained.
The recent 2012 Microsoft Certifications offer an effective way to take IT skills to the next level, ensuring your business is aware of the latest cutting-edge advances it needs to meet and exceed expectations.
Besides other important changes, the certificates offer training in the latest cloud computing developments.
“The changes Microsoft has made help IT professionals to secure the knowledge they need to plan, design, implement and operate cloud and hybrid solutions with first-rate results,” explains Steve Casaletto, director of Key Training, a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions and a centre of excellence where this latest breed of Microsoft Certification is available.
“It is also proven that certified professionals help increase customer satisfaction, reduce network downtime and push service to a higher level, which translates into an excellent return on investment.”
The new certifications reflect the changing role of IT professionals and developers working in the cloud.
This revamped programme, already available in Malta, ensures certified individuals have the knowledge needed to facilitate a company’s journey towards the successful use of cloud computing.
The certificates offer real-world solutions and validate a broader and deeper set of know-how and skills.
“In the coming years we expect most organisations to use a mix of both cloud and on-premise technologies, so this new approach facilitates that,” added Casaletto.
“These certificates help to make the process seamless for users within and outside their organisation.”
The new certification framework has three skill levels: associate, expert and master, each with varying requirements, results, and certificates awarded.
“This may not be the course for everyone, but it is ideal for people hoping to stand out from the crowd and make a commitment towards their career and their industry. Microsoft has raised the bar, and we are proud to be a part of that,” Casaletto said.