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Ed Tittel

Ed Tittel takes a look at the addition of performance-based questions on CompTIA’s exams: how they’re written and what to expect.

A computer’s capability to process more than one task simultaneously is called multiprocessing. A multiprocessing operating system is capable of running many programs simultaneously, and most modern network operating systems (NOSs) support multiprocessing. These operating systems include Windows NT, 2000, XP, and Unix. This chapter covers multiprocessing with an eye towards passing the CompTIA Server+ Exam.

The reliability of network servers has always been important, but it is even more so in the present business environment. This article covers the most important aspects of a reliable network server.

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Ed Tittel

In late June, CompTIA announced the opening of a vendor-neutral IT careers portal named "Skillsboost" that targets parents, teachers, and students. The goal of the site is to provide one-stop online resource for IT careers and training information aimed at secondary (high school) and post-secondary (trade school, community college, university) students interested in what the organization describes as "a vocational route into the IT industry," with special emphasis on hands-on IT training and apprenticeships.

Jamie Shoup

Train effectively – train immediately with Video Courses from Pearson IT Certification.

Jamie Shoup

Expert author and presenter Sander van Vugt takes certification candidates on a two week journey in a new virtual workshop series on RHCSA and RHCE exam essentials.

Topics range from creating advanced Apache configurations to troublehsooting, and setting up an iSCSI environment with target and initiator.

Next session begins Feb 26th and runs every week through end of April!

Jamie Shoup

Register now for these new online February and March 2015 webcast & workshop events, offered in conjuction with our Pearson Authors and our technical partners.

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