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Remember, You Make a Difference So, why do we desire certifications? For some of us, it’s the challenge of setting a goal and working toward that goal. For others, it’s the knowledge attained in the process; and the validation the certification provides that one has attained that level of knowledge. And for still others, it may be for career reasons: a job, a promotion, or ...

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Submission By:  Jamie Shoup   Everyone has a study story. Perhaps you are late to the certification game. Maybe you have the work experience but are rushed to prepare for the actual exam. Or are you the person spending years preparing with self-study materials and hands-on-training, getting ready for the big test day to bring yourself to that next level? Whatever your situation, how you ...

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Speaking a common language with your leaders can accelerate business outcomes while turbo-charging your career. Are you ready to take that step?   See if you recognize this picture.     The IT Guy’s Perspective   You can design and configure a small to medium sized network with finesse. You understand the security requirements, routing protocols and quality of service ...

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Submission By:  Errol Hayward     Many of you have already earned your CCNA certification. Congratulations on this tremendous accomplishment!   But,just as the feeling of success is starting to fade, you may start to think about the next step. You might ask questions like: “What’s next?” “Where should I go from here?” “What are the ...

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Submission By:  Roberto De La Mora   In my conversations with our customers and partners, one of most frequent topics is the need of aligning the skills of the Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) professionals to the new capabilities offered by Internet of Things (IoT) related technologies and solutions, and the changing conditions and demands of the business. ...

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July 29, 2014 was a big day for Learning@Cisco. We are addressing technology transitions and evolving business demands with training and education solutions for the enterprise. So, what does this mean?     Well, in short, it means that this changing environment has caused IT responsibilities to increase and network capabilities to accelerate. This is happening across multiple fronts as ...

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Study with others! In Part 4 of this blog series, I will share with you the why and the how.          "Look dude, you got it all wrong. Right here"     For the most part, study is an individual pursuit. It’s what you do in your spare time and usually on your own. And for the majority of your study, this will probably remain the same, but in this ...

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Submission By:  Errol Hayward       I’ve been reading through nearly all of the posts from our past year of bringing the “Certifications for Success” blog to you. And the trends are clear. As Ramesh Bijor has captured in his recent anniversary blog, “You like articles that help you achieve your goals of passing exams and getting certified. You prefer ...

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Submission By:  Liz Grater  and Ashanti Johnson     In the last few decades, many people have sought to obtain certifications in a multitude of industries.  Today, these certifications bring added value to their careers no matter what their job may be. At Cisco, we have set ourselves apart to ensure our certifications bring the highest value to you and employers.  ...

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Submission By:  Ramesh Bijor       Well, it has been a year now since we started the blog series “Certifications for Success.” We did not know at the time how this series would fare, and had very modest expectations. However, thanks to you, the number of views is about five times what we expected and the series is a big success (pun intended).    ...

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Submission By:  Rosalie Guntrip - Guest Blogger   The data center is at a major technological inflection point. If you were among the 22,000 that attended Cisco Live 2014 San Francisco in person or of the 200,000 who participated on-line - you heard about it in the recent keynote sessions. If you keep abreast of the latest IT and networking trends via industry reports, blogs, tweets ...

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Submission By:  Gustavo Leon - Community Guest Blogger     Two years ago, I was preparing for the Project Management Professional Certification exam.  During that time, I came up with five strategies that helped me pass my exam.  I have now adapted them for my Cisco Certification Journey and I would like to share them with you:   1.    Be honest with ...

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Get PSYCHED! Hello people, and welcome to Part 3 of my "Enriching Your Certification Journey” series. This challenge is not so much a challenge, but a lifestyle choice. Earning a certification (or many) is generally a long-term project. It demonstrates that you are focused and can persevere toward an end goal (which is great for employers to know!). But, it’s a marathon, not a ...

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What Does IPv6 Mean to You?

Posted by Laurie May 30, 2014

Submission By:  Ramesh Bijor     Recently, I received a gift from a friend. It was a little media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV and allows you to send your favorite online shows, movies, music, and more to your TV using your smartphone, tablet, or laptop over Wi-Fi. I was excited thinking it might be pretty simple to set up. But no such luck. The device ...

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If you happen to be attending Cisco Live San Francisco  this week, make sure to swing by our Learning@Cisco booth to check out all the activities we have going on.  Also, we'd like to invite you to take the opportunity to meet, in person, some of our blog contributors whose names you might be familiar with.   You can meet Andy Gremett, Errol Hayward, and Danny Tomic.  Here's ...

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