Webcast: The inside story on Windowssecurity and messaging credentials

What are the advantages of Microsoft's new security and messaging specializations? Certification guru Ed Tittel walks you through the requirements for these two new MCSA and MCSE credentials.

The ever-changing world of Microsoft certifications just became more complicated with the addition of new security and messaging specializations. What makes these specializations different from a regular MCSA or MSCSE?

Certification guru Ed Tittel walks you through the advantages, disadvantages and specific exam requirements in this March 18 webcast. He describes job prospects for those who choose to specialize in security and messaging, and the likely Windows Server 2003 upgrade paths for those already certified on Windows 2000.

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Ed Tittel is a long-time certification follower. He's series editor for Exam Cram 2, a popular assembly of cert prep books from Que Publishing, and a contributing editor for Certification Magazine. He also covers certification topics for InformIT.com, and numerous other TechTarget Web sites.

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