Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Business Desktop Deployment
Computer certification programs are setting the standards for the information technology (IT) industry worldwide. Although most careers in the IT and communications fields are lucrative and lead to rapid advancement, you can move ahead even more rapidly if you have been certified. In fact, you often can earn a salary increase of 20% or more once you become certified. Nowadays, having a degree in computer science just isn't enough. Companies are demanding that their IT professionals be certified as a way to measure their skills as well as to guarantee that they can perform their jobs successfully. In short, certification will help a computer professional get a good job and stay competitive in what is now a highly demanding IT environment.
This training would be beneficial for individuals looking for IT job positions such as: PC Technician, Field Support Technician, Help Desk Technician Level 3, Computer Technician Level-3, Field Service Engineer, Senior Help Desk Technician, Senior Computer Technician, Senior Field Service Engineer, Customer Support Manager, Network Technician, Network Administrator, Windows Administrator, Senior System Administrator, Windows System Engineer, IT Manager or a Chief Information Officer.
An MCTS credential in Business Desktop Deployment can demonstrate to clients and employers your ability to successfully deploy and maintain client desktops using the appropriate Microsoft tools during the various stages of the deployment lifecycle. This certification validates your familiarity and expertise with the BDD technology, encompassing:
Exam 70–624: TS: Deploying and Maintaining Windows Vista Client and 2007 Microsoft Office System Desktops
This course provides students with the knowledge to:
- Deploying the 2007 Microsoft Office system
- Deploying Windows Vista
- Using the Business Desktop Deployment Workbench
- Deploying applications by using the Application Compatibility Toolkit
- Managing user state migration
- Managing Windows Vista and the 2007 Office system deployments by using System Management Server (SMS) 2003