DISA may have delivered new DOD collaboration tools for teams at a record pace, but the Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) environment certainly caused some confusion and difficulty along the way. The pre-COVID soldier with a bulky mobile unit to communicate, in-person conference room meetings, and face-to-face mission critical discussions over hundreds of phone lines changed overnight. The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic exposed an area that has never been put to the test in our military and civilian workforce. Thousands of active duty and civilian base personnel were forced to work remote. Multiple collaboration tools needed to be implemented at record speed to maintain base and mission readiness. The country was under attack and action needed to take place yesterday.
DISA IMPROVES VTC WITH CVR ENVIRONMENT IN ENTERPRISE CLOUD
In the weeks before COVID quarantined our households, VMware announced vSphere 7. Its release marks the most significant enhancements to vSphere in over a decade, bringing network administrators and developers alike a unified cloud platform that is optimized to build, run, and manage modern applications. In case you were too focused on Tiger King, we've summarized whats new, why it matters and how this can help your organization.
There are 2 paths of pre-approved training courses to earn CompTIA CEUs: Other CompTIA training and non-CompTIA IT Industry Certifications. If you earned a CompTIA A+, Network+, or Security+ certification after January 1, 2011 your certification has an expiration date of three years. You will have three years from the date certified to pass the latest version of the exam or complete the CompTIA Continuing Education program to earn re-certification. Here are the details and simplest ways to complete the CompTIA Continuing Education program.
The CARES Act encourages employers to keep employees on payroll. Now what? The leadership in every organization wants to keep their people during COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic if they can. But now that there are government programs that can assist that mission, what comes next?
In speaking with a lot of different organizations and government bodies about training on a daily basis, each one approaches this topic differently. But they tend to fall into two categories when it comes to employee development: reactive or proactive. While there is always a need for “as needed” training, the most successful are preparing their training plans well in advance. As such, I consistently coach my clients to be proactive in identifying current and future goals for their skilled employee base. This is the reason New Horizons developed a free resource that helps organizations align their training plans to the actual needs and wants of their employees.