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Discussion in 'New Members Introduction' started by linuxuser, Sep 3, 2016.

  1. linuxuser

    linuxuser Nibble Poster

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    Hello!

    I supervise a team of 1st and 2nd line analysts who support both internal and external customers. I don't actually have any certifications besides ITIL which was done through work. I am going to be changing that hopefully by undertaking Linux certifications and complementing it with Networking certs.
     
    Certifications: ITIL v3, Information Security Foundation (based on ISO/IEC 27002)
    WIP: Linux Essentials
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  2. Jaron78

    Jaron78 Megabyte Poster

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    All the best, I am doing a CCNA, then onto Linux+. Welcome to CF :)
     
  3. linuxuser

    linuxuser Nibble Poster

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    Thank you. Did you do any other networking cert before studying for the CCNA?
     
    Certifications: ITIL v3, Information Security Foundation (based on ISO/IEC 27002)
    WIP: Linux Essentials
  4. Jaron78

    Jaron78 Megabyte Poster

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    Yup, took the Network+ first. It helped in all honesty, first 5 chapters of ICND are all covered in the N+.
     
  5. linuxuser

    linuxuser Nibble Poster

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    How long did it take you to study for Network+ ?
     
    Certifications: ITIL v3, Information Security Foundation (based on ISO/IEC 27002)
    WIP: Linux Essentials
  6. Jaron78

    Jaron78 Megabyte Poster

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    About 4 months, but think I overstudied for it.
     
  7. linuxuser

    linuxuser Nibble Poster

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    Thanks, did you do A+ as well? Is that the same sort of time to prep?
     
    Certifications: ITIL v3, Information Security Foundation (based on ISO/IEC 27002)
    WIP: Linux Essentials
  8. Juelz

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    If the whole networking concept is new to you I would either take MTA Networking fundamentals then the CCNA. Or simply just learn the content. I may still go for the MTA Networking fundamentals.. They never expire.
     
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  9. linuxuser

    linuxuser Nibble Poster

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    It's not a new concept. I'll most likely look at Network+, the MTA looks like its lighter in content
     
    Certifications: ITIL v3, Information Security Foundation (based on ISO/IEC 27002)
    WIP: Linux Essentials
  10. linuxuser

    linuxuser Nibble Poster

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    By the way, did anyone notice the significance of the title? :-p
     
    Certifications: ITIL v3, Information Security Foundation (based on ISO/IEC 27002)
    WIP: Linux Essentials

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