Mobile devices have evolved from an employee’s personal phone to a critical tool for the ever-moving employee. Sometimes, it may be a company-issued device, but more often, companies are turning to a “bring your own device,” or BYOD model. With 87% of companies relying on their employees using personal devices to access business applications (Syntonic), it’s often up to the IT team to offer support on whatever device the employee chooses to use. But how can IT teams be expected to support devices made by a myriad of manufacturers running varied operating systems they can’t control?
What is CompTIA IT Fundamentals+?
CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ is a certification designed to help aspiring IT professionals decide if a career in IT is right for them. It helps develop a broader understanding of IT, and is the only single certification that encompasses all areas of IT foundations. This makes it the ideal certification for not only those looking to move into a career in IT, but also professionals in non-technical careers who want to gain a broader understanding of IT subjects.
CompTIA recently renamed their most basic IT certification exam, CompTIA IT Fundamentals, to CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ (ITF+). Along with the name change, the updated exam, FC0-U61, is out of beta and live now.