Essential Windows certifications: What you need to know
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What do the new slate of Windows Server 2003 exams mean to your MCSA and MCSE certification strategies? Exam Cram creator and SearchWin2000.com site expert Ed Tittel will tell all on April 22 in an exclusive SearchWin2000.com webcast entitled "Essential Windows certification."
Tittel will hone in on recently-released Windows 2003 certification and upgrade requirements and explain what they mean for certification candidates both now and in the not-too-distant future.
Specifically, you'll learn:
Where to get information on new Windows Server 2003 exams.
When you can -- and should -- begin the Windows Server 2003 exam track.
Key differences between the Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 MCSA and MCSE requirements.
Suggestions for MCSA and MCSE upgrade strategies.
What the future holds for Windows NT 4.0 MCSEs.
Whether a Windows Server 2003 certification will help you get a better job.
Mark your calendar and log on to the webcast anytime after April 22.