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    Post Storage+ (SG0-001)

    Hi All,

    I been thinking about taking the SG0-001 in the next 2 weeks.
    I been reading the Information Storage and Management by EMC.
    Hope tha wil do it. I know my RAID.

    Good luck to me
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    Passed my Storage+ this morning....I been reading the Information Storage and Management by EMC..refreshing up on RAID and server plus material...

    Thanks to TechExams
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    Congrats on getting your Storage+ Cert!

    What did you use to study for it? I have to take it by September so that I can keep my other CompTIA certs current.
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    Congratulations on passing your Storage+!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssnyderu2 View Post
    Congrats on getting your Storage+ Cert!

    What did you use to study for it? I have to take it by September so that I can keep my other CompTIA certs current.
    I been reading the Information Storage and Management by EMC..freshing up on RAID and Server+ material...
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    Quote Originally Posted by c0mptia View Post
    I been reading the Information Storage and Management by EMC..freshing up on RAID and Server+ material...
    Thanks. If I had been paying attention I would have noticed you said that in your first 2 post.
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    What made you want to take this cert? Just adding general knowledge? Or does it apply to your career?
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    I personally took Storage+ because I was interested in studying more about storage technologies, NAS, and SAN. I found the material to be of only moderate usefulness because of the vendor-neutral nature of CompTIA's exam objectives. But it was certainly a good place to start to begin learning about storage as a beginner.

    As a side note, I spent $125 on the official CompTIA/SNIA Storge+ student study materials. I no longer have any use for the book and I'm willing to sell it for cheap. PM me if you're interested.
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    The official Storage+ quick review guide is now out from McGraw Hill. I like it but I am the author so I have to say that. I'd love to hear your feedback on it.
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