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    Default Network+ or Server+

    Which would you say is easier to get after recently taking Security+?
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    Ask yourself which one you need..
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    Neither...how about CCNA R&S? More useful than a stand alone Network+. Server+ won't likely give you enough ROI (I took mine for $50) to justify it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stryder144 View Post
    Neither...how about CCNA R&S? More useful than a stand alone Network+. Server+ won't likely give you enough ROI (I took mine for $50) to justify it.
    CCNA R&S is a great one to think about. CCNA CyberSecurity is a new certification that Cisco launched.
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    Another reason why I suggest the CCNA R&S is that the two exams required cost you $330 full retail. The one Network+ costs $294. Not much difference in price and the Cisco cert will likely be in much higher demand. Thus, I would consider the CCNA to have a higher ROI than the Network+.
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    CCNA over Net+ any day.
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