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Looking at professional certifications? I've discovered that community colleges near me offer Adobe, Microsoft and CompTIA certification exams free of charge! You might find an academic testing center near you that does the same or offers a great discount. Considering these exams usually cost $150-200 when administered by private testing centers? Woot!

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For more information about the exams available and how to prepare for them:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/default.aspx

http://www.adobe.com/education/certification-programs.html
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When a tech company stops servicing a particular program, software, or piece of hardware, consumers still using the outdated equipment are usually left to fend off security measures, bugs, and other problems that come their way on their own.
 
During the WannaCry ransomware attack a few weeks ago, we saw an unprecedented action from Microsoft, as they stepped up to provide a patch for Microsoft XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003. Microsoft XP is a program they have not supported since 2014.
 
This action to secure vulnerable devices and avoid the encryption of personal, patient, and corporate data showed the tech community that corporations care about more than the bottom line.
 
Learn more about Microsoft’s special patch release and how the tech community has responded.
 
How were you affected by WannaCry? We’d love to hear from you—share your experience online now.
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Creative video. People have preferences even though they know that a service or product can have flaws.
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Microsoft Server OS

55K

Solutions

41K

Contributors

The Microsoft Server topic includes all of the legacy versions of the operating system, including the Windows NT 3.1, NT 3.5, NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 and Windows Home Server versions.