Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) is the term used to describe an individual who completes a professional certification program by Microsoft. Microsoft certifications train individuals on implementing Microsoft products into practical business environments.
This basic level of certification is the first step to receiving any advanced Microsoft certification. A single exam is required, costing approximately $125 US dollars and generally taking between 2 and 3 hours to complete.
There are many branches of technological services that build off this basic Microsoft Certified (MC) certification; IT Professional (MCITP), architect (MCA), professional developer (MCPD), technology specialist (MCTS), systems administrator (MCSA), systems engineer (MCSE), solution developer (MCSD) and database administrator (MCDBA). Each branch builds off the competency and knowledge of Microsoft products and technology.
In search engine optimization (SEO) , delisting is the term used to describe the removal of a Web page from a search engine index. Delisting can happen for a number of reasons including spamdexing.
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A phrase used to describe a collection of services offered by a third-party vendor that are designed to assist organizations and businesses to obtain exposure and a better search engine ranking — or placement for their website. Typical search engine services will include search engine optimization (SEO) services and search engine marketing (SEM) services as […]
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An information technology (IT) degree is a degree offered at the associate, bachelor, master and PhD level. The degree focuses on the branch of engineering that pertains to the use of computers to collect, store, and share and protect information. At the associate’s degree level, typical courses include project-based information systems, Website database implementation, introduction […]
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Short for Carbon-60, a naturally occurring molecule comprised of 60 carbon atoms. Because C60 molecules are naturally spherical, they tend to cluster together. They are ideal for use as building blocks in nanoscale fabrication because the open structure lends itself to the formation of new compounds.