Monthly Archives: May 2017
- Posted: May 31, 2017|Categories: Information Security
- Posted: May 30, 2017
From a business management perspective, executives look to IT for help in keeping their business running smoothly and to maintain the existing operations needed to do so. However, these responsibilities can be a challenge for IT managers, who must also find innovative ways to improve business overall and incorporate new technical requirements.
- Posted: May 19, 2017
QuickStart is thrilled to launch its flagship
Master Subscription which includes 600+ online and virtual instructor-led training at this year’s InteropITX conference in Las Vegas this week. Representatives attending have had the pleasure of meeting with IT professionals from a variety of industries and discussing ways in which to optimize IT performance and career growth through an effective technology training platform based on artificial intelligence.
- Posted: May 16, 2017
As a Microsoft Learning Partner, QuickStart is proud to offer courses to IT professionals looking for in-depth technical classroom training using Software Assurance Training Vouchers (SATV’s).
Companies enrolled in Microsoft licenses with Software Assurance are eligible for these vouchers, which help IT departments deploy, manage, and support new software, stay current with technology, and enable easy adoption for end users—all without impacting their budget.
- Posted: May 10, 2017
Most IT professionals understand the importance of certifications in their industry. It proves to employers and hiring managers that you have a verified knowledge of a certain discipline, and that you’re worth their investment.
But unless you have a clear idea of which IT discipline you want to pursue, it can be hard to decide which certification is right for you.
- Posted: May 04, 2017
Hacker—sounds scary, right? Just saying the name draws up images of a dark character hunched over a computer, breaching firewalls and stealing countless amounts of data. And yes, these types of hackers exist.
But did you know that some hackers are actually the good guys? “White hat” hackers are cyber experts who break into software in an effort to discover vulnerabilities and fix those issues. This type of hacker is also called an Ethical Hackers, meaning they have good intentions for breaking into these systems.