uCertify’s Project Management Course has been designed for anyone planning for the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam. This certification is in high demand in all areas of business. PMI® has experienced explosive growth in membership over the previous couple of years, and more and more organizations are recognizing the importance of project management certification. Although this course is written primarily for those of you taking the PMP® exam, you can also use this course to study for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exam. The exams are similar in style, and the information covered in this course will help you with either exam.

uCertify introduces the latest PMI PMP certification exam prep

This course has been updated to reflect the newest edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of data (PMBOK® Guide), Sixth Edition (PMI®, 2017), and therefore the new exam domains introduced in 2020. It assumes you’ve got knowledge of general project management practices, although not necessarily specific to the PMBOK® Guide. It’s written in order that you’ll skim through areas you’re already conversant in, learning the precise PMBOK® Guide terminology needed to pass the exam. You’ll find that the project management processes and techniques discussed in this course are defined in such a way that you’ll recognize tasks you’ve always done and be able to identify them with the PMBOK® Guide process names and methodologies.

PMI® offers the most recognized certification in the field of project management, and this course deals exclusively with its procedures and methods. Project management consists of many methods, each with its own terminology, tools, and procedures. If you’re familiar with another organized project management methodology, don’t assume you already know the PMBOK® Guide processes. It is recommended for you to learn all of the processes-their key inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs. Take the time to memorize the key terms found within the glossary also. Sometimes just understanding the definition of a term will assist you to answer an issue. It might be that you have always done that particular task or used the methodology described but called it by another name. Know the name of every process and its primary purpose. This way you will get the most out of the course.

So start your prep for the PMP certification today with uCertify!

The stakes for software security are very high, and yet many development teams affect software security only after the code has been developed and therefore the software is being prepared for delivery. As with any aspect of software quality, to make sure successful implementation, security and privacy issues should be managed throughout the whole software development lifecycle. uCertify’s CertNexus Certified Cyber Secure Coder course presents an approach for handling security and privacy throughout the entire software development lifecycle.

Prepare for the CertNexus Certified Cyber Secure Coder CSC-210 certification exam with uCertify

You will study vulnerabilities that undermine security, and the way to spot and remediate them in your own projects. You will learn general strategies for handling security defects and misconfiguration, the way to design software to affect the human element in security and the way to include security into all phases of development. This course is meant for software developers, testers, and designers who design and develop software in various programming languages and platforms, including desktop, web, cloud, and mobile, and who want to enhance their ability to deliver software that’s of top quality, particularly regarding security and privacy. This course is also for college students who are seeking the CertNexus Cyber Secure Coder (CSC) certification. This course presents secure programming concepts that apply to several different types of software development projects. Although this course uses Python®, HTML, and JavaScript® to demonstrate various programming concepts, you are doing but you do not have to have experience in these languages to profit from this course. However, you ought to have some programming experience, whether it’s developing desktop, mobile, web, or cloud applications.

About CSC-201 Exam

The targeted candidates for the CertNexus CSC-210 certification exam are software developers, testers, and architects who develop in multiple programming languages for any type of platform who desire or are required to develop highly protected applications for business and organizational use. This exam certifies that the successful candidate has the knowledge, skills, and abilities to design and develop a variety of applications for various platforms, analyze security concerns outside of specific languages and platforms, use a number of testing and analysis tools, and mitigate against common threats to data and systems.

So, start your prep for the CSC-210 certification exam today with uCertify!

The cloud is one of the most important buzzwords ever to emerge from the IT industry, but it’s a term that’s difficult to define in any but the foremost general terms. For an easy definition, you’ll say that the cloud is an Internet-based resource that gives subscribers various sorts of IT services on demand. For users, the cloud enables them to run applications, stream video, download music, read email, and perform any number of other tasks, all without having to stress about where the servers are located, what resources they utilize, what proportion of data is involved, and—in most cases—whether the service is operational. Like the electricity or the water in your house, you switch it on, and it’s there—most of the time. For IT professionals, however, defining the cloud is often harder. System administrators, software developers, database administrators, and user-support personnel all see the cloud in a different light and use it for various purposes. Cloud providers, like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, typically offer a good sort of resources and services. They can provide virtualized hardware, like servers, storage, and networks; software within the sort of back-end server and user applications; also as tools for messaging, content management, collaboration, identity management, analytics, and others. 

Prepare for the Microsoft 365 MS-900 certification exam with uCertify

uCertify offers Microsoft 365 Fundamentals course and lab to help you prepare for the MS-900 exam. It covers the certification exam objectives and provides knowledge of cloud concepts, Microsoft 365 pricing and support and core Microsoft 365 services and concepts. This course also teaches you how to explain security, compliance, privacy, and trust in Microsoft 365; and more.

About MS-900 Exam

MS-900 exam is designed for candidates who want to gain fundamental knowledge on the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services in general and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model. Candidates are expected to have an understanding of available options and benefits gained by implementing Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings. Candidates should also have the requisite knowledge to recommend solutions that address common organizational IT challenges and to differentiate Microsoft 365 solutions from the competition in the market; knowledge of offerings, optimizing licensing for cost effectiveness, and support options for organizations.

So, start your prep for being a Microsoft 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert with uCertify.

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) became an important part of the toolset for several organizations. When used effectively, these tools provide actionable insights that drive critical decisions and enable organizations to make exciting, new, and innovative products and services. uCertify’s Certified Artificial Intelligence Practitioner course shows you ways to use various approaches and algorithms to unravel business problems through AI and ML, follow a methodical workflow to develop sound solutions, use open-source, off-the-shelf tools to develop, test, and deploy those solutions, and make sure that they protect the privacy of users.

Be a Certified Artificial Intelligence Practitioner with uCertify

The skills covered during this course converge on three areas—software development, applied mathematics and statistics, and business analysis. Target students for this course could also be strong in one or two of those areas and searching to round out their skills within the other areas in order that they can apply AI (AI) systems, particularly machine learning models, to business problems.

So the target student could also be a programmer looking to develop additional skills to use machine learning algorithms to business problems, or a knowledge analyst who already has strong skills in applying math and statistics to business problems, but is looking to develop technology skills associated with machine learning. This course helps students to prepare for the CertNexus® Certified AI (AI) Practitioner (Exam AIP-110) certification.

In this course, you’ll implement AI techniques so as to unravel business problems. You will:

  • Build clustering models
  • Build classification models
  • Build linear regression models
  • Build support-vector machines (SVMs)
  • Build artificial neural networks (ANNs)
  • Build decision trees and random forests
  • Train and tune a machine learning model
  • Collect and refine a dataset to organize it for training and testing
  • Enhance data privacy and ethical practices within AI and ML projects
  • Finalize a machine learning model and present the results to the acceptable audience
  • Specify a general approach to unravel a given business problem that uses applied AI and ML

So, enroll into the uCertify’s course today and start your prep for being a CertNexus Certified Artificial Intelligence Practitioner!

The field of digital forensics has grown immensely and diversified over the past few years for a number of reasons. Therefore, uCertify’s A Practical Guide to Digital Forensics Investigations course addresses these changes in a number of new and existing lessons. The proliferation of IoT devices, wearable technologies, and other new technologies, like 5G, are explained in detail in Lesson 14 because their impact on digital forensics will be profound. The lesson also discusses how new technologies are changing policing and the safety of law enforcement officers. The lesson also discusses the growing field of vehicle forensics. Lesson 8 is focused on developing the skills of incident responders and highlighting indicators of compromise.

Check out uCertify’s Practical Guide to Digital Forensics Investigations

Mobile forensics continually changes and these changes are addressed in numerous lessons, including Lesson 7, when some Supreme Court landmark decisions have changed the rules for law enforcement. Lesson 9 gives an introduction to Mobile Forensics and covers the changes in Android devices and methods of examination. Lesson 12 explains how iPhone examinations have changed dramatically and shows how full file system extractions are now available with a recently discovered exploit. Lesson 10 is a new lesson that provides investigators with forensic techniques to perform both a static and a dynamic examination of mobile apps. Furthermore, this lesson explains how real-time intelligence can be gathered from many popular apps.

Every lesson has been updated extensively to incorporate many recent changes in technology and newly discovered techniques to obtain digital evidence. This course assumes no prior knowledge of the subject matter and it is for both high school and university students and professional forensics investigators. The course places a significant emphasis on process and adherence to the law, which is equally important to the evidence that can ultimately be retrieved.

This course will certainly benefit those in that profession or perhaps those considering a career change. The growth of social media and open-source data and tools creates a wealth of information for investigators and these are discussed in the course. 

Finally, this course often refers to professional computer forensics tools that can be expensive. The course makes a point of mentioning many free or low-cost forensics tools that can be just as effective as some of the expensive tools.