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Forget CCNA/CCNP Voice and CCNA/CCNP Video! Meet CCNA/CCNP Collaboration!

This year, Cisco streamlines its offering of CCNA and CCNP certifications. As convergence of technology and areas of expertise for IT professionals has become one of the biggest trends in the recent years, it didn’t make much sense to keep the voice and video as separate domains in terms of Cisco professional certifications. Since Cisco… Read More »

Cisco CCIE and CCDE Exam Policy Changes

Have you heard that Cisco changes its CCIE and CCDE exam policy? If you are planning to take or re-take CCIE or CCDE exams – written or lab- any time soon, be sure to keep the changes in mind. This especially concerns the cases of retakes (when you initially fail your exam). While we all… Read More »

New Cisco CCIE R&S Exam V5.0 Coming Soon

As Cisco has updated their CCNA earlier this year, it has recently announced the update to the upper level certification: CCIE. According to the vendor, CCIE Routing and Switching (R&S) exam will be revised from version 4.0 to version 5.0 to better target industry needs with regards to network professionals, especially engineers working in global… Read More »

Migrating from CCIE Voice to CCIE Collaboration: When? How? Why?

St. Valentine’s day may not be the first thing on the mind of CCIE Voice holders this season, as February 14, 2014, will be the day when their certification, CCIE Voice, retires leaving the stage to the new CCIE Collaboration. If you are a CCIE Voice holder, what should be your next steps? And (in… Read More »

Roadmap of Cisco Career Certifications and 2013 Changes

2013 has been a year of all kinds of changes and updates to the Cisco IT Certification program. This post kicks off the series of articles where we’ll go over all levels of certifications, from Entry to Architect, in detail. Yet, it wouldn’t make much sense without a general overview first, right? Especially for those… Read More »