Can a robust business case be created for investing in more comprehensive Microsoft certification across IT? What are the quantifiable business and employee benefits?
When broadband originally spread in the UK it received a lot of media coverage, pressure groups fighting to get 2Mbps access and regulatory intervention – all culminating in much political fanfare once broadband was widely adopted. Of course time moves quickly in the telecoms world and everyone takes YouTube, BBC iPlayer and more for granted – the days of waiting for your dial-up connection just to see a photo on a webpage seems as old as black & white TV.
When I was in delivery full time I often got into a conversation with my students on the value of certification. The launch of the QA Accelerated Microsoft certification tracks where delegates can sit the exam at the end of the training events has brought this back to the front of my mind...
As my blog profile suggests, I have been in the IT Training industry for just about 15 years since graduating from university with an MIS degree and following a few IT support roles early in my career. So, what industry have I been in for the past 15 years?
Here’s your starter for ten…when did Microsoft release Visual Studio 2010 and .Net 4.0? Was it six months ago, twelve months or longer?