Become security-smart and get your Certified Ethical Hacker Master certification

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Global Knowledge introduces the Certified Ethical Hacker Master certification this month. Certified Ethical Hacker training is a great opportunity to develop your PenTesting skills further. The Master certification shows you not only possess the ethical hacker skills but you can … Continued

This is new in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8

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Transparent, accessible and developer-friendly – this is what Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8 looks like. The message of Red Hat seems clear: Red Hat and Linux are becoming more accessible. The Open Source-platform launched RHEL 8® in April. This version … Continued

Four podcasts for a smart summer

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Summer is almost here! Are you dreaming of diving into the pool or having an ice-cold beer in the sun? Are you ready to relax on your Global Knowledge Lamzac? Rest assured – it’s almost summertime. Global Knowledge has listed … Continued

Agile for dummies

What’s the difference between Scrum and Agile? What’s lean? And what is that Spotify-model, exactly? The former are examples of questions we get at the start of our training course. In this article we’ll explain what these different themes mean. … Continued

Becoming Microsoft Azure certified pays out!

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Almost 15 percent of all companies in the IT-sector is somehow involved with cloud-technology, research bureau Panteia found in their recent research into the habits of the IT-population. Which platform should you pick if you’re not part of the 15 … Continued

IT Horror Stories

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We asked for your IT horror stories. You listened and sent us yours. Here they are: Single Point of Failure I cannot name the company for obvious reasons except to say it was a very large enterprise company. I worked … Continued

The Agile brown noise

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The other day I came across an article in which office language was being ridiculed. The article discussed jargon words that surprised or even irritated people coming from a completely different background. I can relate, I also think it sounds … Continued