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Microsoft still remains the number one operating system and computer hardware system for business across the world. Millions of businesses across the globe make use of Microsoft computers and Microsoft products and rely on their services. Because of this demand, companies everywhere are looking for IT professionals who can properly service their computers, networks, and systems.

However, not all IT professionals are well equipped to install, implement and troubleshoot a Microsoft system and network. Companies want to ensure that the individuals servicing their computers and networks are going to guarantee that the work that goes into the systems is of high-quality. An untrained IT professional could possibly ruin the IT setup at the company and cause the systems to slow down or even shut down.

This is where Microsoft Certification comes in. Microsoft provides a certification programme which trains the individual in the systems, networks, and computing that Microsoft programs utilize. Having a Microsoft Certification means that a company can be assured that the certified professional they are hiring is not only competent to do the work needed, but is also committed to the IT industry, at least, committed enough to make the effort and time to go through the process of certification.

What certifications can I do?

You can become certified across a wide variety of Microsoft disciplines, from windows 10 operating system or Windows Server 2012 (the latter we will be looking at, in more depth in a moment). Within these certification topics, there are various tiers of qualifications which can be seen here (Link to Microsoft roadmap) but the two most popular are the MCSA and the MCSE.

What is the difference?

An MCSA or, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, is an entry level certification programme, or the first rung on the ladder, intended for people who seek entry-level jobs in an IT environment. MCSA is a prerequisite for more advanced Microsoft certifications.

An MCSE or, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, is someone who has passed exams about the Microsoft Windows NT operating system, related desktop systems, networking, and Microsoft's back office server products. 

Advantages of MCSA:·

·         Networking and professional growth opportunities

·         It Proof that you mastered the skills related to the certificate

·         Your value increases when you apply for jobs

·         Your chances of getting hired increases by 5 times

·         You gain an edge over your peers, colleagues, and fellow students