In the IT world, new technologies emerge almost daily. New
service packs, updates, new operating systems and applications, and new hardware
all mean we need to keep our skill sets current. There is a saying the academic
world: "Publish or perish." For the IT pro it should read: "Expand your skill
set or become extinct." Here are some Tech skills that are headed for
career a jump start. Take $2,000 off with the purchase of any three qualifying
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Top Twelve Skills for 2012 It's important for individuals and organizations to stay up-to-date
with the most critical skills sets necessary to succeed and
excel in a constantly changing economic environment. These top
12 skills for 2012 represent the current state of our economy,
businesses, companies, governments, and academic institutions.
Of course, there are other essential competencies that didn't
make the list and others that will emerge as the economies of
the world change.
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Whether you're looking for Juniper certification, planning to
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continuing its initiative to carry out annual research into the challenges
facing the storage industry resulting from unprecedented information growth and
emerging technologies such as storage virtualization, cloud computing, and big
data analytics. We invite you to participate in this important survey which will
identify how managers and individual professionals are responding to these
challenges and help them with their planning for 2012-13 and beyond.