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Tips on How to Study and Prepare for the CompTIA Security+ Certification Exam

Tips on How to Study and Prepare for the CompTIA Security+ Certification Exam

I recently saw the Avengers: Infinity War movie, and it reminded me of the most recent iteration of the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. The record-smashing film features almost every character from the Marvel universe, just as now every possible security term and keyword is showing up on the laundry list of objectives for this latest version of the Security+ certification exam.

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An Inside Look at Women in Sales

An Inside Look at Women in Sales

There are few jobs more maligned than that of the salesman. Images of fast-talking, oily fellows in cheap suits automatically spring to mind, as well as adjectives like untrustworthy or intimidating.

Furthermore, this shady character is always imagined as male, and yet I’ve worked in sales for over 20 years, and I’m neither male nor would you ever find me in a cheap suit.

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Insights and Key Takeaways From Skillsoft and SumTotal’s Federal Perspectives

By Randy Newman

Our 16th annual Federal Perspectives just concluded.  And what a turnout – over 85 agencies and departments, and over 150 federal employees in attendance!

They came, they saw, and they heard all the ways Skillsoft and SumTotal are working to meet the unique needs and demands of the federal customer, and of course to network and learn from each other.

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Transforming Learning in The Digital Age

EMEA Skillsoft Perspectives 2018

Ahead of his keynote at EMEA Perspectives, David Wilson, CEO of Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR Analyst, talks about why learning holds the key to successful digital transformation.

There’s no doubt that digital transformation is something everyone is talking about at the moment.

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Women Leadership in Indian Companies: A Persisting Glass Ceiling

By Tara O’Sullivan

These are sobering stats about women in India:

In slightly better news, a report from Grant Thornton shows that the proportion of women occupying top leadership positions in domestic companies increased from 17% in 2017 to 20% in 2018.

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