PowerShell Training: Scripting the Base of Your IT Knowledge
Windows PowerShell is no longer considered an elective class for IT professionals. Now, every Microsoft class related to Job Task Analysis (JTA) training assumes you already have the basic comprehension of PowerShell scripting. If you haven’t taken the Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell (MS-10961) class at this point in your IT career, now is the time to enroll.
50+ Ways to Love Your Office 365
(Or 50+ Ways O365 Apps Integrate with Each Other)
Office 365 apps can be cleverly integrated and embedded with each other giving you the following benefits:
- Greater overall adoption of more Office 365 apps
- Improved personal efficiency and usability
- Increased value as features of one app are extended to another app
Some apps are connected automatically while others need to be initiated by the user. Using the full power of the Office 365 suite of applications is the way to go!
Your company intranet doesn’t have to be a black hole of everyone’s projects and information. By using SharePoint Online, you can tailor each user’s experience by creating sites that best suit each user’s needs. Not sure where to start? Take a look at these four commonly used sites and how they can streamline your internal communications.
Before my time here at Centriq, I spent 4 years at Rockhurst University obtaining a bachelor’s degree. I have worked in various positions at eye care centers around Kansas City since graduating, but I have always been interested in technology. From building a gaming-centered computer to running a Windows-based web server and working with HTML to build a website featuring my artwork.
My name is Timothy Foreman. In 2007 I joined the U.S Army as a diesel mechanic. I spent 9 years in the Army. When I was discharged, I started work for a company Ryder. I enjoyed the work, and I have learned a lot since then. I am married, I have three beautiful children – TJ, Noah and Isabelle. They are my world. I look forward every day to attending Centriq, and I learn something new about being a full stack developer every day. I feel that this is what God has intended for me to do. I love everything about what I have been learning here.
New class structure separates training for the two CompTIA A+ exams and adds hands-on components for less experienced IT pros.
With the introduction of the A+ 1000 series in 2019, CompTIA significantly expanded the content covered by the two exams required to obtain the A+ certification. (What is the A+ certification?) There is a greater emphasis on Cloud computing, virtualization, Internet of Things, cybersecurity and networking than in the previous 900 series. There is also additional content covering IT support roles, operational procedure competency, problem-solving as well as data management, IT security and Cloud technology. The result is that the two certification exams are more challenging than ever before – especially if you are new to your technology career. That’s why Centriq has recently revised its CompTIA A+ training curriculum to give students a better understanding of the material and a greater chance of obtaining their A+ certification.
What is the CompTIA A+ Certification? Everything You need to know
Updated entry-level certification offers new IT professionals the ability to demonstrate technical competence.
The CompTIA A+ exam is the only vendor-neutral industry recognized credential with performance-based items that prove IT pros can think on their feet to perform critical IT support tasks. The A+ Certification is trusted by employers world-wide to identify their department experts to help with quick and efficient troubleshooting.
My name is Ira Stotler. I grew up in Manito, Illinois. I joined the Marine Corps in 2013 in the IT field. I am happily married to my wife 6 years now. We have two beautiful children Kathryn and Damien. I have studied and worked in the IT field for 11 years in positions ranging from Helpdesk to Field Technician.
My name is Matthew Davila and I was born in Watertown, NY but raised in Big Spring, TX. I was a former pre-Med student at Mizzou for a little over a year before realizing that I was much more passionate about Computer Science. Before coming to Centriq, I was a Price & Signage Coordinator at DICK’S Sporting Goods and a Driver for Enterprise Rent-A-Car, where I learned valuable skills in the service industry that I look forward to transitioning into the technological field. Using the knowledge and skills gained from Centriq, I am very excited and optimistic to see where my future career leads me.
I grew up in the Kansas City area. I joined the Navy as a Cryptologic Technician working in missile defense. During that time, I deployed twice. I returned home after four years and worked in private security for nine years. I am married and have 4 children aged 15, 14, 12, and 5. I’ve always had a passion for technology and love seeing what it can do to aid humanity.