Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Professor Messer

         Do you have a passion for computer’s? Are you studying to go into some aspect of the IT field? Do you need help, but really can’t afford it? We all know that the studying and testing materials for these exams can be costly. That’s where Professor Messer comes in. He is a certified professional that can help. You can visit his website at the following address:  http://www.professormesser.com/

          Yes at Professor Messer’s website, there are studying video’s and material for a number of the different IT exams. You can get help for the CompTia A+ certification, The CompTia N+ certification, The CompTia S+, Microsoft Certification, NMap certification. The best part about Professor Messer’s study material is it is made freely available.
          You may ask, what’s that? CompTia is the Computing Technology Industry Association. One of the courses that they provide is the A+ certification. The A+ certification demonstrates competency as a computer technician. CompTia’s certification is vendor neutral, which means that it not only cover’s Microsoft, but Linux and Novell as well. The N+ is a certification that is used to measure skill as a network technician: the understanding of network hardware, installation and troubleshooting. S+ certification is of course a Security certificate dealing with computer security topics such as cryptography and access control, as well as business related topics such as disaster recovery and risk management.

          The Microsoft certification that is offered is the Microsoft 70-680 certification. For those of you who don’t know what that entails, it’s the Windows 7 configuration. With the Windows 7 training you get Installing, upgrading, migrating, deploying among other topics. Professor Messer can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube as well. All of his courses are free. Why would you bother with boot camps or even paying outrageous prices for study courses. Head on over to his website and check out his offerings now. I would love to hear or read your thoughts and comments! As always, get out there and enjoy your day!     



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