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What is Virtual Desktop Infrastructure? 

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, or VDI for short, is a technology platform that replaces traditional user PC workstations with virtual workstations hosted on one or more servers. A user can log on to their virtual machine from any client with a proper network connection. In some implementations, users can even access virtual machines through a tablet or smartphone. The primary advantage of VDI is fully-centralized administration of all enterprise desktop workstations, including backups,...

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Posted on August 27th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » Blog | Comments (0)
 

Binary Nation #01101100: Let’s Give it a Shot 

Hello, my American friends. There has been a lot of talk recently about the gun problem, or the lack of a gun problem, in your country. You may have heard there will likely be more gun-related deaths than traffic-related deaths in America this year. You may have read that there have been over 60 mass murders involving firearms in the U.S. since 1982. You may have seen a map showing that six of the deadliest shootings in U.S. history have taken place in the last eight years. And so on....

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Posted on July 27th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » B1N@RY N@T10N | Comments (0)
 

CompTIA Network+ exam retirement coming August 31 

Candidates who have been preparing to take the Network+ N10-005 certification exam from CompTIA should book their exam dates before the end of August 2015. The English version of the N10-005 Network+ exam is being retired by CompTIA on August 31, leaving the new N10-006 version of the exam as the only one available. Next to A+, Netwo...

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Posted on July 16th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » Blog | Comments (0)
 

Binary Nation #01101011: Taylor-Made News 

*click* “Shortly after an intense IM conversation with music superstar Taylor Swift, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani announced the immediate, total abandonment of that country’s nuclear program. In a hastily composed statement for world media, President Rouhani wrote, “We misunderstood her wishes. We are now confident we are on the same page.” *click* “SeaWorld Entertainment, the company behind the massively popular theme parks released an official announcement that it i...

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Posted on June 26th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » B1N@RY N@T10N | Comments (0)
 

CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner: 2015 CASP Exam Update 

The CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP) certification is an expert-level designation positioned as the next step up from CompTIA’s highly successful Security+ certification. The CASP credential has achieved impressive industry recognition and adoption since it was launched in 2011. CASP has been accredited by both the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Like Security+, CASP has also been approved by the US De...

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Posted on June 9th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » Blog | Comments (0)
 

Binary Nation #01101010: Six Degrees of Convocation 

Hello graduates! Nice to be here with all of you this afternoon. Quick show of hands: how many of you went commando under your robes? Hmm. Less than I thought, actually. Must be a generational thing. Okay, first thing right off the bat—congratulations. You did it. You made it through four (or some number close to that) years of secondary school. You’ve earned a college degree. Every one of you is now officially overqualified to work at Cinnabon. Well, maybe not the Drama majors....

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Posted on May 26th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » B1N@RY N@T10N | Comments (0)
 

Binary Nation 01101001: The Grand Inquisitor DDS, DD – A One-Act Play 

(CURTAIN OPENS on a typical dentist’s cubicle. All of the usual trappings can be seen; x-ray machine, instrument tray, etc.  A nervous man is sitting upright in the dentist’s chair.) AJ (nervously reciting) I must not fear. Fear is the mind killer. Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration. (Dentist enters stage right. He is a pleasant looking man, dressed in the professional garb of his practice.) DENTIST Ahh, hello AJ. How are you doing tod...

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Posted on April 14th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » B1N@RY N@T10N | Comments (0)
 

Inside the MCSE: SharePoint Certification 

Microsoft’s SharePoint product made its debut just after the turn of the millennium, when the initial version was launched as Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001. SharePoint is a web application platform primarily used to create intranet portals—internal corporate websites that contain one or more specialized team sites. Inside SharePoint, each corporate department can have its own team site where employees can share and exchange information relevant to their job function. ShareP...

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Posted on April 9th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » Blog | Comments (0)
 

Binary Nation #01101000: Storytellers 

When I was a kid, my mother once said to me: “Do you know how I know when you’re lying? Because your lips are moving.” This statement, which led me to undertake an obsessive, summer-long study of ventriloquism, had another unforeseen impact on my young mind. It planted a seed of self-identity that has since grown into an unwieldy plant-based metaphor creeping vine kind of thing. That is, it made me realize that I was a natural storyteller, and a lover of stories. I love a go...

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Posted on February 20th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » B1N@RY N@T10N | Comments (0)
 

How will Windows 10 change Microsoft desktop certs? 

There has been a lot of splashy news and previews of Microsoft’s Windows 10, the next generation of its desktop operating system. The early commentary has been remarkably positive so far. The Microsoft Insider program, in which millions of interested users are downloading the Windows 10 work-in-progress version and offering feedback on the builds as they are made available, has resulted in the redesign or complete removal of many of the poorly received features of Windows 8. (See you l...

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Posted on February 9th, 2015 in ExamForce's Blog » Blog | Comments (0)