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Everything You Need to Know About Cisco’s New CCNA
Cisco first introduced the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification in 1998. Since that time thousands of IT Networking professionals have reaped the benefits that Cisco certification can offer. The CCNA continues to serve as a differentiator for individuals beginning their careers as networking professionals. To maintain relevance in the marketplace, and to adjust to the ever-changing IT landscape, Cisco has dramatically changed the scope of the CCNA for 2020.
Top 20 Technical & Application Courses of 2018
2018 is nearly in the rearview mirror and it has been another great year at New Horizons. In 2018 we delivered over 12,000 classes to students in all formats, including: Private Group Training, Instructor Led Training (ILT), and Online LIVE classes (OLL).
Top 20 Technical & Application Courses of 2017
The New Year is often a time when many businesses and their employees begin to think about ways to introduce formal learning solutions into their development plans. New Horizons offers a large selection of courses to help students further their knowledge and proficiency of software and other areas of technology.
In 2017 we provided almost 14,000 classes to students in all formats, including: Private Group Training, Instructor Led Training (ILT), and Online LIVE classes (OLL).
Get to Know Cisco
Cisco is a provider of many different facets of software that can optimize your business. It works to help both individuals and organizations to move forward. The question many potential users start off having, though, are what it is, how it can benefit my organization and what certification will help me excel? Below are facts to help you gain a better understanding of Cisco and how to use its benefits to further your company.
What's New in Cisco CCNA v3.0?
Cisco’s most popular certification, the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), is undergoing an overhaul by upgrading from CCNA v2.0 to CCNA v3.0. That means new exams for ICND1, ICND2, and CCNA, and that also means new training courses. Note: The last day to test for the 200-120 CCNA v2.0 and 100-101 ICND1 v2.0 exams was August 20, 2016, and the last day to test for the 200-101 ICND2 v2.0 exam will be September 24, 2016.