CompTIA (Computer Technology Industry Association) Linux+ Certification and Education
CompTIA is a non-profit information technology (IT) trade association. CompTIA (Computer Technology Industry Association) certification is a method of certifying basic technical knowledge of the Internet, intranets and Extranets, which is vendor-neutral. This means it does not focus on a particular product or brand. It is aimed at people who wish to enter a career in internet technologies, and e-commerce technical professionals.
Subjects examined for this certification include internet basics, Internet clients, development, networking, security and business concepts. It prepares people for careers in Internet Site design, Internet Application Development, Internet Systems Administration and Specialists in Internet Security, Networking, E-Commerce and Databases.
Linux+ is a certification sponsored by CompTIA. Linux+ is a vendor-neutral certification that measures the knowledge and skills of IT professionals with six months experience working with the Linux operating system. The target audience for this certification is any individual with a basic knowledge of computer hardware who is interested in demonstrating fundamental Linux knowledge and skills. Linux+ serves as a starting point for individuals who are working towards higher-level Linux certifications.
Many employers find it difficult to evaluate first entrants. These certifications make sure that competency levels are already established, making you a safe hire for them and making the future bright for you.
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