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Work around any technical limitations in the software...
That's taken from the dreaded Windows EULA. What kind of drivel is that? Probably the kind that encourages people to think of computers as appliances that should (Dare I say it!) just work... Well, it doesn't work that way for ANY computer system! OK so you might buy a PC from the same store you got your TV or fridge but it is not an appliance like those other items! It is a very sophisticated tool! Tools require knowledge...
I'm going to share the experiences I've with Preplogic while preparing for my CCNP exams. I've had my CCNA for nearly 6 years now. This time around instead of just re-certifying I'm looking to take a step up. My job actually gives me an automatic raise if I obtain my CCNP so it just makes sense for me to do so.
While searching for training I asked some co-workers and the overwhelming majority stated that Preplogic offers the only high quality training product that won't cost...
Does anyone have experience with Preplogic for A+? I'm looking for a certification training company to help me train for my A+ certification. I have heard good things about Preplogic as far as their PMP training from other reviews but I don't know anything about their A+ training. Training is always expensive and I just want to make sure I'm putting my money to a good use. Does anyone have any experience with Preplogic and their A+ program that can help me out?