Upgrades in May 2013

98-349 – Microsoft Windows Operating System Essentials Practice Test
441 Questions, 91 Quizzes, 566 Study Notes


98-366 – Microsoft Windows Networking Essentials Practice Test
442 Questions, 192 Quizzes, 752 Study Notes


98-365 – Microsoft Windows Server Administration Essentials Practice Test
493 Questions, 109 Quizzes, 621 Study Notes


CISA – Certified Information Systems Auditor Practice Test
575 Questions, 125 Quizzes, 1205 Study Notes


70-668 – Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administration: Real World Skills for MCITP Certification and Beyond Practice Test
301 Questions, 101 Quizzes, 812 Study Notes


1Z0-803 – Java SE 7 Programming Essentials Practice Test
481 Questions, 131 Quizzes, 443 Study Notes

5 Replies to “Upgrades in May 2013”

  1. Hi,
    Can you advised if you update your PHR certification study material for this year?


  2. Do you have study material/ prep kits for 70-457, 70-458 & 70-459?
    I would appreciate a reply. Thanks, Atulyan.

  3. I’ve been working on my next cetoificatirn since 1995! I accomplished my first MSCE and am constantly in pursuit of another cetoificatirn to test and prove my knowledge.I do consulting work for several clients who are Healthcare related, and I have certified systems to be HIPAA compliant, however, I simply used the checklist provided, never truly understanding the process or the system. I can say I understand the process much better, thanks in part, to this book.The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician HIT-001 Authorized Cert Guide opened my eyes to a new arena. I was enlightened on the various regulations governing the Healthcare industry. Retention and security aside, there are a lot of regulations established to protect a client’s medical information from falling into the hands of those, who have no business seeing them. Sure, some of the chapters hit on areas that are common in Security+, Network+, and the A+ cetoificatirns, but that’s because it’s necessary, if you already know it move on!I read almost every page with a desire to provide a comprehensive review of the guide, I simply can’t do that, the topic and the book is far to vast. I can say, once again, it’s presented and written well, the flow is easy to follow and not overpowering. I looked at my weaknesses prior to reading the book and easily found I had bridged the gap between my lack of experience and general knowledge.On a side note, I am privileged to know some of the CompTIA Subject Matter Experts for Healthcare IT Technician Cert, and can honestly say they have created as comprehensive a cetoificatirn as they possibly could for the industry.

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