CompTIA A-Plus Training Programs Examined

Training for your CompTIA A+ has four specialist sections – you’ll need exam certification in 2 different areas to be seen as competent in A+. For this reason, the majority of colleges restrict their A+ to just two of the training options. We think this is selling you short – …

CompTIA A-Plus Training Programs Examined

Training for your CompTIA A+ has four specialist sections – you’ll need exam certification in 2 different areas to be seen as competent in A+. For this reason, the majority of colleges restrict their A+ to just two of the training options. We think this is selling you short – …

Survey: Security Certifications Hot Among IT Pros

CompTIA finds IT pros value and seek new security-related certifications above all other areas. CSO — Security certifications are the most sought-after area of specialty among information technology professionals, according to a new study from Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). (Check out CSO’s certification directory to see certification options.)   …

Intel’s Light Peak tech poised to outdo USB 3.0

Intel’s Light Peak optical connectivity technology could begin appearing in products in early 2011, according to reports. The technology could offer bidirectional data transfers at twice the speed of USB 3.0.   Best comptia A+ Training, Comptia A+ Certification at Certkingdom.com Light Peak is a connectivity technology being developed by …

Could the economic stimulus plan delay patent reform?

After warning as late as yesterday afternoon about the possible disruptive side effects that Congress’ economic stimulus program might have on future legislation, a powerful trade organization is suddenly applauding its passage today. Last night, the US Senate passed the Economic Stimulus Package of 2008, after a few moments of …

AMD Dismisses ARM Speculation: Report

AMD reportedly will stick with its x86 chips as it moves into the tablet space, dashing rumors of a licensing deal with ARM. Advanced Micro Devices is going to stay with the x86 architecture as it moves into the mobile device space rather than pursue any licensing deal with ARM …