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Jumpstart your IT and cloud computing career with this $40 course bundle

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Cloud computing has changed the landscape of the IT industry. As more companies turn to cloud services to handle their network infrastructure, it’s imperative that IT professionals learn modern cloud computing skills to advance in their careers. If you’re a budding IT professional or even a seasoned veteran seeking new skills, then this $39.99 bundle is for you.

The Essential Cloud & Networking Certification Bundle features five courses on IT skills that every modern IT professional should have in their repertoire.

The first thing an IT professional should do is to earn a certification, and if you currently have zero to your name, then you’re in luck. The CCNA Routing & Switching Training course will teach you foundational skills in networking ands security, and it comes with simulated practice tests for Cisco’s ICND1, ICND2, CCNAX certification exams so you can prepare to pass some of Cisco’s most essential tests with flying colors.

From there, you’re ready to learn the fundamentals of cloud computing. AWS and Microsoft Azure are currently the most popular cloud services on the market, and this bundle includes courses that will teach you how to use cloud services within Amazon’s and Microsoft’s proprietary tools.

You’ll find these courses and more in the Essential Cloud & Networking Certification Bundle. This bundle normally costs $1,957, but you can get it today for just $39.99, or 97% off.

Prices subject to change.

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