VMware and Microsoft are Working Together for the First Time Ever

In a move that has shocked many industry experts, VMware announced that it will be partnering up with longtime rival Microsoft for a new initiative named Project A2. This collaborative, divulged to the public during the annual conference VMworld, will be the first time the two software giants have ever worked together. Basically, Project A2 aims to…

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New Horizons Named Winner of the IAMCP Community Partner of the Year – US Region by the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers today announced that it is the recipient of the IAMCP Community Partner Award – US Region by the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP). This year, IAMCP launched a brand new Awards program for its members. Through this program, the IAMCP recognizes its own Association members for the outstanding,…

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IT Sector Increases Hiring in First Half of 2014

It was announced this week that the tech industry in the U.S. is hiring more quickly so far this year than it did during the same period in 2013. A midyear analysis of employment by the TechAmerica Foundation found that the tech industry had hired 6.3 million workers as of June 2014, growing by nearly 119,000…

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VMware Certifications Increasingly Valuable Assets

The way in which people work is changing every day. Much of this has to do with concepts like the cloud and virtualization. If there’s any company out there that understands these things, it’s VMware. VMware first made a name for itself in the virtualization market. While it has gotten its hands into several other…

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Seven IT Certifications that Pay

There has long been a debate among IT professionals about the true value of certifications. Are they just a way for vendors to milk you for more money? Or do they really benefit your career? In a recent survey of 700 network professionals, jointly conducted by Network World and SolarWinds, of the 74% that held…

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