IT Infrastructure

IT Infrastructure

Refers to the combination of hardware, software, network resources and services required for the operation and management of any company’s IT environment. It allows an organization to deliver IT solutions and services to its employees, partners and/or customers. A standard IT infrastructure usually consists of servers, computers, data centers, switches, hubs, routers, Internet connectivity, firewall and security, etc. Infrastructure is the backbone of all operations within an organization. In today's marketplace a person who has the skills to provide technical support to this infrastructure is in high demand

According to Computerworld Help Desk/Technical Support, Networking and Security are 3 of the 8 most look after skills during 2014 “ while demand will remain steady overall, there have been a few changes in the skill sets most desired by hiring managers. Unemployment "is probably close to zero for people with high-demand skill sets," says Michael Kirven, founder and CEO of Mondo, a technology resource provider.

 

This summer 2014 come and learn with us in just one week! Get your fundamentals with our Infrastructure Boot Camps

 

Regular Infrastructure Classes

 

Microsoft Infrastructure Certification

 

 

 

CompTIA Infrastructure Track

 

 

 

 

Help Desk Support Track

 

 

 

The REACH IT scholarship program targets unemployed or underemployed professionals who are  interested in transitioning into an IT role. Click here to find out more.

     

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