An EMC Proven Professional Certification Provides Many Benefits

certifiedEMC prides itself as a leader in career versatility. Their education and certification program is a great way for any content storage and management professional to gain important knowledge, learn and advance vital skills, and get a true understanding of specific storage-related roles in the IT career. What’s unique about EMC is the fact that their program does not just benefit the individual – it also benefits the company. It makes the job search easy for the employer, as an EMC certification is a standard of competency in the storage field. By earning a certification, individuals will have validated their skills and proven their proficiency to work effectively in a popular area of IT.

The benefits of earning an EMC certification are evident for both team members and team leaders. As a content management professional who is looking to improve your career, a certification added to your resume can mean higher credibility, productivity, and distinction in a field yearning for reliable and skilled professionals. Your confidence will be boosted as a result, as will your career; by earning certification you can be promoted from an individual contributor with little recognition to a strategic technology adviser in your company, a role that offers importance and numerous financial, job and career benefits.

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On a lighter note: the top ten Internet rules and laws

  1. Godwin’s Law – Comparing something to Hitler or the Nazis is inevitable in any online discussion.
  2. Poe’s Law – Without a blatant display of humour, it is impossible to make a parody of fundamentalism that someone won’t take as real.
  3. Rule 34 – If it exists there IS porn of it.
  4. Skitt’s Law – Any post correcting an error in another post will contain at least one error itself. Also the likelihood of an error in a post is directly proportional to the embarrassment it will cause the poster.
  5. Cohen’s Law – Whoever resorts to the argument “whoever resorts to the argument that… has automatically lost the debate” has automatically lost the debate.
  6. Pommer’s Law – A person’s mind can be changed by reading information on the internet. The nature of this change will be: From having no opinion to having a wrong opinion.
  7. The Law of Exclamation – The more exclamation points used in an email (or other posting), the more likely it is a complete lie. This is also true for excessive capital letters.
  8. Scopie’s Law – In any discussion involving science or medicine, citing as a credible source loses you the argument immediately …and gets you laughed out of the room.
  9. Danth’s Law – If you have to insist that you’ve won an Internet argument, you’ve probably lost badly.
  10. Grey’s Law – Any sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice

Did we hear ENCORE?

  1. Shaker’s Law – Those who announce their imminent departure from an Internet discussion forum almost never actually leave.
  2. Timecube Law – The longer the page, the more insane the author.
  3. Skarka’s Law – No matter how vile or indefensible something is, someone will post something positive or in defense of it.

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