A+ Certification Success Guide: For Computer Technicians

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McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Computer technicians - 288 pages
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If you're a service technician for a hardware or software company, chances are you'll be required to take the A+ certification exam. If so, you'll want this indispensable guide by your side. Written with the complete support of Sylvan Prometric and the Computer Technology Industry Association, this authoritative study guide gives you the means to thoroughly prepare for the exam. Sample test questions are included, making it simple to pinpoint the topics you need to concentrate on. Beginning with an overview of the A+ Certification Program and details on why it is becoming so important to the computer industry, authors Sarah T. Parks and Bob Kalman then provide essential information on where to find companies and schools that offer courses to help you pass the exam, prerequisites for taking the test, how to register for the exam, pertinent rules and regulations, what and how to study, and how to save money on the cost of the exam.

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Contents

The value of your certification
21
The changing market for information
37
Data center operation
45
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Parks has more than 20 years of support & training experience

Kalman is Dealer Support Manager for North America for Zenith Data Systems.

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