25 Mar 2015 | Mike Lewis
IT Workers in 2015: Hire for Fit, Train for Skill

As the unemployment rate and the number of unemployed workers continue their downward trends in 2015, the trend creates additional question about high demand and highly skilled workers, such as IT workers. If the overall employment rate is 94.5 percent what is the rate for those with highly desirable skills?

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27 Mar 2015 | Johnny Bass | CCNP, Certification, Cisco, Routing & Switching
CCNP R&S Question of the Week:  Routing Protocols into OSPF

By default, which statement is correct regarding the redistribution of routes from another routing protocols into Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)? Select the best response.

25 Mar 2015 | James Michael Stewart | Certification, CompTIA, Security+
Security+ Question of the Week: Contracts

Which of the following is a contract that defines the working relationship between two entities, including expectations and obligations of the endeavor?

24 Mar 2015 | Iain Campbell | IBM, Technology
What You Need to Know about Power8 and NVIDIA GPUs

Last December, I wrote a blog post about big data. In it I mentioned the central role the massive number crunching capability of the new Power8 CPU plays in meeting the demands of today’s big computing tasks. In this post, I want to focus on one of the key components of the Power8 compute solution, which is its ability to make use of hardware based computational accelerators.

23 Mar 2015 | Guest Authors | Certification, PMP, Project Management
PMP Question of the Week: Traceability Matrix

What is the function of the requirements traceability matrix?

20 Mar 2015 | Johnny Bass | CCNP, Certification, Cisco, Routing & Switching
CCNP R&S Question of the Week: Gateway of Last Resort

Refer to the exhibit below. Why is the network not used as the gateway of last resort even though it is configured first? Select the best response.

19 Mar 2015 | Bill Ferguson | Certification, VMware, vSphere 6
Quick Look at VMware vSphere 6.0: vMotion Options

vMotion, as you may know, is the capability to move the state of a running VM from one physical host to another host without user disruption. It requires the two VMs to be on the same datacenter, in the same cluster; have hosts sharing the same storage, on the same LAN, on same Layer 3, on the same switch; and on the same vCenter — if you are still using vSphere 4.0! However, each newer version of vSphere has gradually “whittled down” the requirements of vMotion, and vSphere 6.0 has removed all but the “same datacenter” requirement.