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Top 10 IT Certifications for IT Professionals in 2013

What are the best IT Certification for IT Professionals to get in 2013 going to be?

Looking back on 2012, we can safely say the age of advanced technology is upon us, and with it comes a rise in demand for experienced IT professionals. As new development in computer technology demands evermore multifaceted experience, companies worldwide are in search of IT professionals with diverse and stellar credentials. There is no shortage of IT certification training programs that can help IT professionals gain the skills and credentials they need in order to land high-paying jobs and stay ahead of emerging technology trends.

Here is a list of the Top 10 IT Certification Programs that can get your career moving in the right direction.

  • MCP- Microsoft Certified Professional

Designed specifically for IT Professionals and developers of new software, the product-focused certification will prepare IT techs for system engineering, architecture, technology development, and administration.

  • Network + (CompTIA)

The Network + Certification covers the installation and configuration of media and topologies, and focuses on management, security, help desk technical support, and IT cable installation.

  • ITIL-IT Infrastructure Library

With the ITIL Certification, managers and IT professionals will acquire the skills necessary to understand and apply ITIL terminology, as well as the varied processes that go into business data and programming. The certification will equip professionals in management by teaching them to apply IT procedures when overseeing service management functions.

  • MCSE-Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer

Using the technology infrastructure of Microsoft, IT professionals will apply the design, administration and implementation of specific technical infrastructures. The certification will also illustrate the ability to manage data centers, install and configure server services, and most importantly, design and implement the Advanced Server Infrastructure.

  • PMP- Project Management Professional

This certification program is offered by the Project Management Institute, with specification that includes project initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, controlling and closing. Exam takers will be tested on a variety of project management disciplines including integration, scope, time and cost. Other addressed areas include human resource management, communication, risk management, quality and procurement management

  • CCNA- Cisco Certified Network Associate

This is another example of one of Cisco’s finest certification courses. The CCNA will prepare IT professionals for the ability to install and configure routed and switched networks, while applying the basic principles of operation and troubleshooting. Also included in the certification is basic alleviation of security threats, while applying the basic principles of wireless networking. The in-depth certification also covers specific protocols, including IP, Serial Line Interface Protocol Frame Relay, VLANS, ACL’s, Ethernet, and the second version of Routing Information Protocol.

  • MCSA-Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator

This is program is one of the more popular of Microsoft’s certification series, which covers the installation and configuration of Windows Server 2012, as well as a focused introduction to Active Directory Domain Services, objects and administration. The certification also illustrates the IT professionals’ ability to implement TCP/IPV4, DHCP, DNS, Local Storage, and more.

  • CompTia A+ Certification

CompTIA A+ Certification remains an industry standard for IT professionals learning to utilize the fundamentals of installing and configuring desktops, laptops and networks. Exam-takers will also learn the configuration of specific mobile systems, specifically Apple iOS and Android.

  • CompTia Security + Certification

Another CompTIA Security + Certification, offers IT professionals the chance to gain competency in security specialties including network, compliance, operational, application, data and host, as well as a focus on access control and identity management and cryptology, while learning to seek out threats and vulnerabilities to network and operational programs.


The CISSP exam will prepare IT professionals for topics that are crucial in modern tech security. These include cloud computing, application development security and implementation.


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