Cybercriminals have a new target: remote workers. Learn the four steps you can take now to fight against cyberattacks.
Unfilled cybersecurity jobs are expected to reach 1.8 million by 2022. Here are the top 8 high-paying cybersecurity certifications to get you started on your career.
Here are the top three cybersecurity issues and what you can do to safeguard your company from attack. Cybersecurity demands continuous employee training, upskilling and certifications to ensure that cloud server configurations are secure.
Top 11 Most Popular Online Courses
With over 1000 courses in our catalog – from Microsoft Office Suite, Amazon Web Services to Lean Six Sigma – the learning opportunities at New Horizons Phoenix are endless. Though there isn't a wrong answer of where to start or which course to take first, some courses are more popular and in-demand based on current social and organizational needs. Whether you are looking for the next course to take as a professional to advance your skillset or trying to pinpoint the right training path for your team, here are our 11 most popular IT courses to help give you a starting point.
Finding a qualified BA for your teams can be a challenge if you don’t know what to look for. However, there are a number of certifications that demonstrate a BA’s knowledge, technical skills, and capabilities. Let’s dive into the best business analyst certifications and what each of them demonstrates.
Illustrate your ideas in an organized and effective presentation with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 or later. It’s fast, easy, and visually demonstrates a simple step-by-step situation like a process flow or incident response plan.
To hire the right IT candidates or get your IT teams the proper training, you have to know: What is the most important knowledge for IT teams in 2021?
If there’s one thing that the COVID pandemic showed the American workforce, it’s that working from home is not only possible, it can be glorious. No pants? No worries! You can still do your job, make a living, and ditch that soul-crushing commute.
Leaving military service (or thinking about it) and transitioning to a civilian life and career can be a big challenge, especially for veterans who aren’t sure what they want to do or where they want to focus their professional efforts.
The IT field is well-suited to veterans. Not only does IT offer rapidly-growing opportunities and excellent compensation, it is also a good fit for veterans who are systematic, methodical, and used to working under pressure. Plus, having security clearance from your time in the military can help you get hired faster for compelling positions.
If you’re interested in cybersecurity, check out our post specifically about veterans and cybersecurity. If you’re interested in offering technical support, check out these jobs, descriptions, and average salaries to learn if it’s the right fit for you.
It’s also worth noting that these positions are mostly entry level. As you go up the IT food change, compensation increases demonstrably, and with a few more certifications and years of experience, you could easily double the range for these entry level positions.
Our previous post went into what people in these five different IT positions actually do: associate network engineer, DevOps engineer, information security engineer, information security analyst, and network and systems administrator. Today we’re going to explore six more IT jobs to help you find the IT career best suited for you.