According to Microsoft Learning General Manager, Alison Cunard, almost 50% of jobs in the market place require some expertise in technology, and over the next decade it is expected that almost all jobs will require knowledge of information technology. In order to fill this widening gap of IT skills, Microsoft has been working for several years to revamp their IT certification programs. Microsoft is currently the largest provider of IT certifications, and the most widely recognized brand in IT certifications.
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