For over 30 years, Cisco Systems has been helping companies with their networking and communication by providing IT support. If you've ever worked in a traditional office setting, you've probably seen or used one of their systems in action.
Their technologies have become an essential component to much of the corporate world's connectivity and efficient functionality. As such, there's a constant and growing demand for certified Cisco engineers is constant and continually growing. It's a great career path that features excellent compensation as you work your way up through the five levels: Entry, Associate, Professional, Expert, and Architect. So how does one become a certified Cisco engineer?
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Typically you'd need to go through a Cisco certification program, which would typically cost you thousands of dollars — but not today! If you're curious about a new career, Windows Central Digital Offers has potentially the offer of a lifetime. Work towards your Cisco engineer certification at your own pace with lifetime access to the Cisco Networking & Cloud Computing Certification Bundle for only $39.
This nine-course bundle will provide you with intensive study materials. The courses cover:
- Stepping Into Windows PowerShell
- Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (70-533)
- Graphical Network Simulator-3 Training
- CCNA Routing and Switching: ICND2 200-105 Training
- CCNA Routing and Switching: ICND1 100-105 Training
- CCNA Routing & Switching: 200-125 Training
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Typically, a bundle of courses and training of this scope would cost you well over $1000, but for a limited time offer you can get access to this fantastic bundle for just $39 — that's a 96% discount off the regular price!
If you're interested in forging a new career path for yourself, a career working with networking environments begins right here, right now.
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