CARY, N.C. - Global Knowledge, worldwide leader in IT and business skills training, today announced the availability of the new Storage+ Prep Course. In the four-day course, students will learn to maintain all aspects of storage networking technologies while preparing for the CompTIA Storage+ certification exam (SGO-001).
Building on existing user-level knowledge of and experience with storage systems and networks, students will learn the fundamental concepts and gain the essential skills needed for a storage networking career. They will cover various storage architectures and address storage security, virtualization, and network management.
The course includes:
- Online e-book/reference guide
- Practice exercises and pre- and post-class assessments
- Flash cards, quizzes, and study notes
- Storage+ certification exam voucher
Storage+ Prep Course is ideal for network or system administrators, IT managers, and storage professionals who have at least one year of hands-on technical storage experience. Incoming students should have knowledge of operating systems and familiarity with network components. CompTIA A+, Security+, or Server+ certification is recommended.
The new course is available in classrooms, live over the Internet in virtual classrooms, in a self-paced format, or as a private on-site course that can be tailored to the needs of a student's organization.
About Global Knowledge
Global Knowledge is the worldwide leader in IT and business skills training, with more than 1,500 courses that span foundational and specialized training and certifications. Our core training is focused on Cisco, Microsoft, Avaya, VMware, Red Hat, business process improvement, and leadership development. We deliver via training centers, private facilities, and the Internet, enabling our customers to choose when, where, and how they want to receive training programs and learning services.
Founded in 1995, Global Knowledge employs more than 1,300 people worldwide and is headquartered in Cary, NC. The company is owned by New York-based investment firm MidOcean Partners.