The following is feedback we received from customers that took a training class from Centriq’s Corporate Division. Dates and descriptions are available for these and other training classes on Centriq’s Class Schedule.
Instructor: Kasama Kasemvudhi
- Kasama is a very good instructor. He presents the information in a way that is easy to understand and does not confuse the students. He is quick to help you out if you are having problems with understanding a topic and the labs. I would defiantly take more classes that are taught by Kasama and would recommend his classes to others.
Centriq customers know they can contact us for all of their IT training needs, even if the technology they’re seeking isn’t on our website. We have a network of training partners we work with so no training need goes unsatisfied.
As 2015 was drawing to an end, we observed an increase in requests for unique technology training, few of which were featured on our website. However, we were able to satisfy these needs through our training partners.Read More
Windows 10 is a success, so now it’s time for a migration plan.
Shortly after we all celebrated the clock moving us from 2015 to 2016, Microsoft had their own celebration over the adoption of Windows 10 by more than 22 million enterprise and education customers.Read More
Based on technology utilization forecasts, customer feedback and 2015 certification exam completions, Microsoft has compiled the following list of Technology Certifications that IT Pro’s should consider in 2016.Read More
Microsoft Official Courses (MOC) On-Demand combines video, reading, hands-on labs and knowledge checks in a self-paced format to help experienced IT Professionals and Developers build skills on Microsoft technologies as schedules allow, all at once or five minutes at a time.
Information Security Training will begin charging an $80/year certification maintenance fee in 2016 for all individuals holding existing (or achieving new) EC-Council certifications, such as Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) or Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI). The fee will go into effect on January 1, 2016 and should be paid via the cert holders ASPEN account.
To offset the maintenance fee, any individual that is certified or recertified on or after January 1, 2016 is eligible to receive one free certification exam voucher upon completion of the applicable EC-Council Continuing Education (ECE) cycle. This free voucher ranges in value from $125 – $650 USD. Plus, if you redeem the voucher and pass the exam, you won’t need to worry about accumulating the required 120 CPE for the next 3 years!Read More
(Written by Kasama Kasemvudhi/Centriq Training)
Certified Ethical Hacker v9 Here to Save the Day
As a network admin, you know you have been killing yourself to optimize your environment. Also, you try your very best to balance overall usability and security. However, after rolling everything out, implementing all the useful tips from your friends, following every painstaking detail learned from whitepapers, investing so much effort and money working with multiple vendors to construct an ideal heterogeneous ecosystem where everything is converged and everyone (else) is contented, you still lay awake at night apprehensively predicting how your network would go down because its security posture has never been thoroughly tested. Thankfully, you could ease up a bit now because CEH v9 IS HERE TO SAVE THE DAY!Read More
In addition to using Cisco Learning Credits (CLC’s) to purchase training, you are now able to redeem these credits for certification exam vouchers.Read More
If you’re in IT in Kansas City, you’ve probably heard that there is a tech talent shortage here. KCnext – The Technology Council of Greater Kansas City estimates that there are over 2,000 open technology positions in Kansas City today. That’s why they sponsored a series of IT Workforce Summits earlier this year to explore ideas for adding tech talent to keep KC at the forefront of the technology industry. Of course, the Royals weren’t the can’t do anything wrong, World Champions then, so no one suggested the idea of WWRD – What Would the Royals Do? But now?