Rhett was born and raised in Long Beach, California. During college and for a few years following, he worked as a Cast Member at Disneyland. His initial career path was public education, and he worked for a dozen years as a Math teacher and ran a small computer lab. In the mid-nineties, New Horizons hired Rhett on as a computer trainer. One thing led to another, and by 1998, he was doing IT work outside of New Horizons, but still instructing as well. In 2010, New Horizons Learning Group hired him as a full-time instructor. Read his full story...
As IT and cybersecurity become increasingly involved in contracts, project managers looking to improve project performance need to consider using ITIL®. In today’s world of tight budgets, delayed projects, and constant staff reductions, project managers are looking for different ways to run their projects. Having foundational technical competence is not enough when working with IT departments on a project. Project Managers must focus not only on technology, but people and process as well. ITIL is the most widely accepted approach to IT service management and is relevant to any Project Manager working with IT services on a project. Here is an introduction to ITIL and it's importance in improving project performance.
Here’s the good news — network engineers are in high demand. Companies are investing in newer, faster technology and mobile networks every day, increasing the need for highly trained network engineers.
What Is a Network Engineer?
Network engineers (also called network architects) plan, construct and manage networks to ensure they’re optimized and functioning as intended.
As a network engineer, you’re responsible for the foundation of an organization’s IT system (and by default, the entire organization).
PROFESSIONAL & CYBERSECURITY CERTIFICATIONS TO ADD TO YOUR RESUME
Whether you are staying in the military or getting out, there are DOD baseline certifications that can translate military experience to a civilian resume. The certifications and credentials that really count depend on where you are coming from and where you plan to head. In many situations there are COOL programs based on the branch of military you are serving that can offer certification or credentialing assistance.
The Air Force COOL program is a pathway for enlisted members of the Air & Space Force to earn industry-recognized professional certifications and licenses. All related licensing fees, exam charges, and study preparation costs, including training, are covered by the Air Force COOL program.