What courses and training should I focus on when making a career move into tech?
As you consider your move, I recommend spending time looking at a few key areas and dig deeper into what interests you.
Each role is different yet works in different areas ranging from customer-facing interaction to team environments for development.
If you’re more a one-person show type person, identify what interests you because if you don’t you won’t be happy in your career move.
It’s important to gain training and certifications but remember, many of these positions day to day activities can vary and are not limited solely to the specific category.
The following are key areas to consider.
Learn and get certified in Microsoft M365 platform, UCaaS and CCaas platforms.
Azure, AWS and even VMWare all need server and security experts.
The move to cloud traditional security needs have changed making it more important to be able to apply security in many areas not just your physical location anymore.
This sector is still exploding and requires IT needs to get all the systems connected.
More Q&As from our experts
- What courses and training should I focus on when making a career move into tech?
- How are AI and machine learning changing risk management?
- How can bias be detected in machine learning?
- Storage as a Service
- Insights as a Service
- Information Technology Consultant
- C++ Software Engineer
- Computer Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Enterprise Certified Netware Engineer
- Information Systems Security Engineer
- Quality Systems Regulations
Tech moves fast! Stay ahead of the curve with Techopedia!
Join nearly 200,000 subscribers who receive actionable tech insights from Techopedia.
- The Business' Guide to Building Responsible AI
- The CIO Guide to Information Security
- Robotic Process Automation: What You Need to Know
- Data Governance Is Everyone's Business
- Key Applications for AI in the Supply Chain
- Service Mesh for Mere Mortals - Free 100+ page eBook
- Do You Need a Head of Remote?