With work and school becoming fully remote during this time, the need to have a fully functioning PC has become a necessity. The thought of your PCs failing or losing your precious data can be very detrimental to your ability to work from home or attend classes online. In Windows 10 there are quite a few options to ensuring that your operating system, data, and settings can quickly be restored. Getting back up and running again is easy if you know where to look. In this blog, you’ll learn a few of the ways you can help to protect your valuable Windows machine and put your mind at ease.
CompTIA launched the new CompTIA A+ certification today with new nomenclature, new exam objectives, and a focus on problem-solving for IT professionals. Here’s an overview of what’s new:
The tech industry is exploding, and opportunities in tech are growing faster than any other job market. For people who are already in the tech field, now is an excellent time to move up the career ladder ― but for some, that might mean going back to school, and few can stand to devote years to gain an advanced degree, especially if they aren’t looking to jump ship on their current career path.
Fortunately, tech is one of those rare fields where formal education isn’t always necessary. In fact, some of the biggest movers and shakers in tech ― Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, etc. ― never even graduated with a bachelor’s degree. To improve your skills and knowledge without wasting time in a classroom, you can try any of these resume-boosting tricks to excelling in tech.