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Cisco Certified Architect: What, No Acronym?

Posted by Carole on Jun 30, 2009 5:10:08 PM

One of the big announcements this week at Cisco Live! was the launch of the Cisco Certified Architect certification. In keeping with Cisco’s business and legal strategy, when we write about the certification we will always use the full name or occasionally Architect. No acronym will be used.

Other products leverage the CCA acronym, such as the Cisco Configuration Assistant. When you mention the Cisco Certified Architect certification in a post, you might want to use the full name or shorten it to Architect so readers won't confuse it with other products. Referring to the full name of the certification for these and other products when you comment or post on the Cisco Learning Network will ultimately make it easier to tag, search on, and find the content that is relevant to you.

 

Questions or comments? Let us know!

 

Carole McManus
Community Manager

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