After years of working various jobs to keep your family afloat, you've finally reached the point where you're craving something more. You don't want a job-you want a career! But before your head explodes from all the worries that come with changing careers, take comfort in the following information: there are entry-level tech job openings out there and you could land one without a four-year degree!
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If you're ready to upgrade your job to a career in technology, earning an IT certification is the fastest way to get your foot in the door and gain the experience needed to climb the corporate ladder. We identified the five IT certifications in highest demand by employers.
Your analytical nature and love of technology has you thinking the information technology (IT) field is the perfect place to find employment. But with all of the precise skills and technical knowhow, you know you’d benefit from acquiring a formal education. Could an IT management degree be the key to unlocking the career you’ve been dreaming about? Learn more about the top 10 careers for IT management degree holders.
Looking for an exciting new career in the growing technology industry? Network administration is an exciting option that is projected to grow faster than average. What's more exciting is that you can get your career started in as little as 18 months! Find out how in this comprehensive guide to becoming a network administrator.
Are you considering earning a computer science degree? If so, you're probably curious about what your options will be after graduation. We broke down the top ten computer science careers to help you in your research.
If you’re considering the Rasmussen College computer science program, you came to the right place. We spoke with Dave Garrison, dean of the School of Technology, to learn some fascinating features that make the program stand out among others.
Your curriculum will help you acquire the foundation of knowledge and skills on which you will build your entire career. So it’s logical to be curious about the types of information technology courses you’ll be taking. Get a sneak peek at five of the intriguing IT courses included in the Rasmussen College IT management program.
The year has come and gone and it's time to reflect on everything that happened in 2014. There's no better way to kick off a new year than to celebrate the last one! We identified five of our most-read and most-engaging technology posts from this past year.
It IT industry has a lot of opportunity to advance, but the key is getting your foot in the door. So how can you snag your first IT job without having any experience? Pay attention to these expert tips for beefing up your IT resume.
Here's a scary fact: 92 percent of companies in 2012 found an intrusion by a third party in their databases. And without someone who is trained to monitor and react to these alerts, a company's confidential material can be walking out the door - or through a web of network cable, as the case may be - along with the intruder. This is just one reason why information security professionals are some of the most valuable employees in any organization.
A seasoned veteran in the IT industry shares three essential ingredients in the recipe for success in the tech world: certification, experience and education. Learn about how these work hand-in-hand in helping advance your tech career.
One of the hot button issues across the technology industry today is the level of security behind cloud versus external hard drive storage. The crux of the issue lies with one's chosen method of storing files: Either on a computer's hard drive (i.e., "locally) or on virtual servers accessible from anywhere with an Internet connection (i.e., "in the cloud").