Changes to the A+ certification

Friday, 7 July 2006, 11:37 AM EST

A number of noteworthy changes have been announced to one of the most popular certifications currently in the IT industry: A+. So popular is this certification that there are currently more than 600,000 individuals certified worldwide. This entry-level, vendor-neutral certification is almost a necessity for anyone wanting to enter the field and work with hardware. Given the evolving nature of computer components, there is a need to update the exams for this certification every two to four years (the last update was in 2003), and there is nothing surprising about that. What is surprising, however, is the massive changes to the program that CompTIA has undertaken.

At UNIX Review.

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