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    IT Certification Essay

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    a position. I found that my resume lacked the education to support my experience, so I decided to pursue a Microsoft IT certification. Eighteen months later, I completed earning an MCSA certification in Windows Server. I interviewed with the same company a few weeks later, and with the new certification on my resume I received a job offer. While my own experience showed that an IT certification leads to better job prospects, my research backs that claim. In my research, I found that whether obtaining a vendor-specific IT certification or a third-party certification, an IT professional found either new jobs, promotions or raises. First, the IT professional needs to find the proper certification for the field in which he wishes to apply. CompTIA offers many certifications, starting with their A+ certification, which covers basic hardware and software operation. Since the CompTIA certifications are not specific to one particular vendor or technology, they provide a good groundwork for new IT professionals. However, if applicants know the technology upon which they wish to focus, they can select a vendor-neutral certification based on a particular technology, such as networking or security, or they can select from a vendor-specific certification from Cisco or Microsoft, for…

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    Microsoft Visual 2008 is the most popular environment today and is capable enough to stay dominant for years ahead. Such huge worldwide demand is also pertinent to the value of the candidates looking forward to get certified in TS: Microsoft.NET Framework 3.5, Windows Forms Application Development (70-505) technology. Financial compensations for dispensing services in this technology also make it one of the high paid jobs in the market. Microsoft 70-505 exam is of indispensable value in Visual…

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    available I choose to write about the CompTia A+ certification and the Microsoft MCDST certification. Reason being I learned that both of these certifications are considered great entry-level starting points which will kick start my journey into the computer industry. Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTia) was founded in 1982 and it’s made up of resellers, distributors, and manufactures this entry level certification is for individuals interested in becoming a computer service or…

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    Bill Gates is the founder and creator of Microsoft, a computer company that creates and sells computer software and has revolutionized the computer industry over the last few decades. Because of the freedoms provided by the free enterprise system, Bill Gates was able to create one of the most successful and influential companies in the world. Three characteristics of free enterprise summarize its importance to the economy and its ability to allow businesses to become successful. In a free…

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    Watson Case Study

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    Q 1- Explain: • Who is Watson? Thomas John Watson was a businessman who created International Business Machine Corporation (IBM) which was the leading manufacturer in the world. • What is Watson? Watson is a supercomputer that has artificial intelligence (AI) and analytical software for maximum performance which has a question answering machine. • Where is Watson? • What does Watson do? Watson is the foundation for businesses which gather services and competences that a machine learning,…

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    Team Bio 1: QUOTA-4

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    Team Bio 1: Mark Sullivan, President Mark has several decades of experience with microcontroller and industrial control data communications. In the 1980s, Mark started a company which is still functioning today. Team Bio 2: Mike Reynolds, Senior Software Engineer Mike has 28 years of experience as a professional software developer. Cyclotronics is in good hands with Mike in charge of its software engineering. 3 Key Traction Points: • The Cloud IDE is operational with non-connected…

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    products, Microsoft and Apple are the face of the technology we use today but these industry giants started from very humble beginnings stemming all the way back to their founding by Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, respectively.…

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    Bernard Madoff Case

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    Bernard Madoff and the Largest Financial Scam in History Class Assignment 1. Why in your opinion did Bernard Madoff do this? He had been exceedingly successful in the electronic exchange trading that he had started and his firm continued, and he had clearly achieved both wealth and stature. What was it that drove him, again in your view, “off the cliff”? What does this say about the human character? What does this say about the nature and/or culture of the investment community? After reading…

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    Raven Medical Case Study

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    Raven Medicals is a rapidly growing company that was established in 2000 by CEO Joel Kale. It has its headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts and currently employs around 2000 individuals. It has a laboratory space in Waltham, Massachusetts and a manufacturing plant in Foxborough, Massachusetts that follows GMP procedures and ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016. Raven Medicals have a range of medical devices in market such as surgical products, orthopaedic implants and surgical sealants. It is now…

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    What Are Digital Natives?

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    Software companies increasingly wield the power of a new generation of professionals, known as digital natives, to stimulate innovation and flexibility in their development practices. Nonetheless, introduction of digital natives, who have grown up with information and communication technologies as an integral part of every day life, to the workforce is seen as a symbolic source of organizational challenge. This study explores and unravels the underlying source of this contradiction by using…

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