You may have heard that there is a new version of ITIL®, ITIL® 4, coming out in early 2019. As an ITIL® 3 certified individual or someone looking to earn an ITIL® certification, you’re probably curious what this new version means to you. Here to give you the latest update, is ITProTV Edutainer Jo Peacock. Check out these two quick videos on what is confirmed to be new in the upcoming version – ITIL® 4.
Jo Answers the Common Questions:
What’s new in the ITIL® 4 version?
Is your ITIL® 3 certification still valid?
Should you wait to take your ITIL® certification exams?
When will ITProTV start filming training for ITIL® 4?
Continue reading In the News: Your ITIL®4 Update from Jo Peacock
Anyone who spent late nights playing video games in their friend’s dorm remembers the joys of setting up a local-area network (LAN) in the days before Wi-Fi. While setting up multiple LANs made for a fun night of gaming with friends, setting up multiple networks on a single router offers a number of vital benefits to today’s businesses and IT professionals.
But given the headaches of deploying and maintaining just a single network on a router, many network admins – or just those managing networks at home – tend to shy away from configuring multiple LANs on a single router.
Continue reading How to configure multiple networks on one router
The issue of attracting women to science, engineering, and technology (SET) careers has been an ongoing one for several years. Literally, dozens of initiatives have been launched in an attempt to attract women to SET subjects beginning as young as elementary school, and with a great deal of success. However, for all of the progress that SET initiatives have made, the gender gap in IT still remains nearly as wide as ever.
Continue reading Closing the Gender Gap: How Certifications Can Attract More Women to IT