Friday, 10 December 2010

Green IT Certification


"CompTIA's Strata Green IT certificate is designed to enhance an IT professional's experience, knowledge, and existing IT credentials to incorporate emerging technologies shaping the global green IT industry today. IT professionals that pass the Green IT exam validate that they have the aptitude needed to effectively implement and measure green IT programs and investments, including:
  • A specialized knowledge of current IT methodologies
  • The ability to develop, deploy, and calculate true ROI for green IT initiatives
  • Knowledge of cost-cutting power management and IT virtualization techniques
  • Proven understanding of environmentally-sound waste disposal
  • An awareness of global organizations mandating standards and regulations
The Strata Green IT certificate is ideal for IT professionals who have decision making authority over a company's IT infrastructure or work in implementing green IT initiatives such as an IT manager, data center or facilities / operations manager, IT technician, and system or network administrator." -CompTIA

CompTIA Strata - Green IT certificate

For further information on the CompTIA Strata - Green IT, go to CompTIA's website at http://www.comptia.org/certifications/strata/greenit.aspx or simply click here. Those who need some guidance on the certification, you may approach me.
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Sekian, semoga biskita mendapat inspirasi dan juga manfaat. Wassalam.

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Thursday, 9 December 2010

Change Case in MS Word


Hi readers! Just a brief one.
Have you ever wonder how to change from lower case to upper case or vice versa in MS Office Word? It is really simple. Highlight the targeted word/phrase and then press Shift+F3 keys on your keyboard simultaneously and examine the output. Here are few examples:
First, highlight the text.

Then press Shift+F3. You will see that only the very first letter is changed to uppercase (or capitalised).

When you press the combination keys one more time, all of the selected text will be capitalised.

Try to repeat the process and see what will you get.
Until next time, happy trying~