Certified IT Jobs Are Paying Less
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published December 01, 2011
The salary premium for IT certifications is at its lowest point in 12 years.
Microsoft Expands IT Certification Program
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 07, 2010
With its Elevate America program, Microsoft hopes to help those getting back to work after military service or job cuts by giving away free training and certification on its software. Now, it's also asking potential partners to submit project proposals.
Tags: IT Jobs/Salary, certification, Certifications, IT career, IT certification
Microsoft Debuts Tech Certifications for Students
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published July 08, 2010
Microsoft aims to give college students a chance to get a starter certification in technology before they enter the job market.
Tags: Microsoft, IT Jobs/Salary, IT certifications, certification, Certifications
Microsoft Launches Certifications for Office 2010
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published July 01, 2010
Help desk staff, software trainers, and other IT professionals can start getting certified as "specialists" on Office 2010 with the release of Microsoft's first two software competency exams.
Tags: Microsoft, certification, Certifications, Office 2010, Microsoft Office
Are Developer Certifications Worthless?
By Eric Spiegel | Article Published March 15, 2010
Some developers disdain IT certifications, yet in a tight job market they can make all the difference. A veteran project manager talks about his experience with a team of developers.
Tags: developers, IT certifications, certification, Certifications, programmer salary