CompTIA's Road Map for Certs

JockVSJockJockVSJock Member Posts: 1,118
A co-worker found this and I found it interesting.

Didn't know that Google entered the cert realm.
***Freedom of Speech, Just Watch What You Say*** Example, Beware of CompTIA Certs (Deleted From Google Cached)

"Its easier to deceive the masses then to convince the masses that they have been deceived."
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  • doubledeesdoubledees Member Posts: 10 ■□□□□□□□□□
  • N2ITN2IT Inactive Imported Users Posts: 7,483 ■■■■■■■■■■
    Interesting break out. I noticed even CompTIA doesn't recommend A+, N+ and S+. I always found the trifecta to be a bizarre strategy.

    Very impressed how they actually had the PMP as advanced but not Expert, CSM and Prince 2 P listed in expert. Agreed whole heartedly.

    Thanks for posting. Rep
  • BlackBeretBlackBeret Member Posts: 684 ■■■■■□□□□□
    So on the security route they have A+ as base level, but no mention of Net+... Security can get by without knowing how many pins are on a serial cable, but not without knowing standard port mappings... They have CHFI and GISP as intermediate, but CEH as advanced..

    Okay, that thing hurts my eyes. It's not bad for a general idea I suppose. I just wouldn't put much stock in to it.
  • devils_haircutdevils_haircut Member Posts: 284 ■■■□□□□□□□
    I actually have the Google Apps Certified Administrator certification (I work in a K-12 school). It was pretty easy, but it's a 2-hour, performance-based test, which makes it harder to ****.

    They also have the Deployment Specialist, which is a bit more technical. They cover migrations from Exchange, Groupwise, and even Lotus Notes over to Gmail, so you need to be familiar with all the different migration scenarios.

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