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Why should you upskill your employees with Cisco certification?

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We live in an age that is both thrilling and evolving substantially. A new trend/technology is always on rise even before the preceding has been used to its fullest potential.  Although the concepts of digital transformation may seem over discussed, we have actually entered the digital golden age where so much of our technology is transforming dramatically. If you think of cloud computing, today, it came into existence from a virtual non-entity to an influencing tech radar from security to networking, and from analytics to virtualization software.

On the other hand, cybersecurity has also become the need of the hour with the rising amount of personal and organizational data on the cloud. Cyber security: an urgent need in all sectors of technology, which is constantly growing, thanks to the incredibly advanced cyber attacks.

And then we have data, a substantial amount setting up data centers that has become a fundamental and necessary part of the business landscape today. Then there is the Internet of Things: growing as a dramatic agent of change, and a logical development of the symbiosis between technology and personal lifestyle. Last but not the least is software-defined networking, which has caused a network revolution handled by automation.

Through all those mesmerizing technologies, however, the advent of routing and switching remains the knowledge foundation from which IT networking professionals can establish themselves in their career adventure. All these new-tech developments taking place at a time can seem overwhelming, taking the IT sector down by storm, which is why this is the ideal time to research on what skill set, and training can help you take the title of a tech star in your organization.

Reasons to why Cisco Certifications are a necessary:


Cisco provides a wide variety of training and certifications for all hot fields that emerge. So, let's hop into the debate on what values will a Cisco certification add to your IT career.


Knowledge:


Gaining an in-depth knowledge on a particular domain through a certification or training can help boost your teams’ efficiency in real-time managing and combating technical and business issues at different levels and arrive at a solution. With a Cisco certification, your business can get a competitive edge.


Expertise:


A successful certification program provides preparation and practice, with the framework to help you develop a skill set and more effectively and efficiently execute tasks.


Authentication and Reliability:


Imagine a certification recognized as an honor-badge which is accepted and bought into by the rest of the world. And authenticity comes with credibility. An accreditation received via a strong certification program or recognized brand helps to establish the fact that your employees are competent enough to handle real-time tasks with greater efficiency and smartness.


Better Sense of Responsibility and Confidence:


Acquiring Cisco certification implies that your employees will have the potential to take on any added responsibility to help your organization grow. And together with this, they will also strengthen their confidence levels to do their job and perform better, which can build further progress and self-assurance.


Employee Versatility and Growth:


A comprehensive portfolio of training and certification enables your employees to make forays into the different domains of technology. Professionals with new-age Cisco credentials and skills are more likely to break out of monotonous roles, take advantage of cross-functional team roles and be in a better position for an exciting career growth within your organization.

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Overheard during a C-level meeting:

VP1: What happens if we train our employees and they leave?

VP2: What happens if we don't train our employees and they don't?

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