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ITProTV

Online IT training that is effective & entertaining. Earn a certification or train your team with binge-worthy video courses taught by expert trainers.

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    2023-01-02

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  • 7k Value for $80 Scam?
    Starting from the top with the AZ-500 course, I notice the course by the actual creator (itpro.tv, which has their own website/pricing) has been updated for 2022, I'm not sure if the iCollege bundle is the newest version. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Passed Sec+
    i've been using some itpro.tv videos, and the security + exam prep app, and Im not sure I've seen a PBQ yet. Honestly im not even sure what those look like. Can someone tell me what exactly a PBQ looks like? (I know what it stands for) or an example of what one on this topic would be? Source: about 1 year ago
  • Home Lab
    I would go to itpro.tv and buy their premium package or go to youtube and do a search. What I like about itprotv is you can launch everything from your browser and if you want to do it or as long as you have the means to you can download everything and make it work on your pc. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Does anyone recommend the CAPM course from ITpro.tv?
    Never heard of the one for itpro.tv... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Where do people learn their computer skills from?
    I am in the IT field and use itpro.tv for continual learning. It has course work that can lead to certifications if you want. It is a great starting point and you can track your progress. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What do I need to learn to get into Cyber Security
    Another resource in addition to all that has been given so far is itpro.tv. There's a free tier, but the paid subscription is peanuts compared to a University. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Looking for a good training material company for certs and other courses
    As everybody else has said, MS Learn. Outside of that I really like itpro.tv - much better than stormwind and not stupidly expensive. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Provisional Pass - 1/5/2023 @ 125q
    Itpro.tv CISSP 2021 course Only watched the first six domains worth of videos. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do you run your home labs these days, physical or cloud?
    I have a mix of both depending on what I want to do. I have a sub to itpro.tv which includes virtual labs, so I can practice specific things I am learning about or interesting in. This is non-persistent though, so its only really useful to reinforce learning concepts. Then I have a NUC for more generalised mucking about. Might upgrade this to one of my older machines sitting in mothballs or even run them from my... Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to know if IT is the right Career for you ?
    Watch some of the free videos at itpro.tv, watch some stuff on youtube about routing and how it works. Does it interest you, or bore you? Source: over 1 year ago
  • Official ISC2 CISSP Training - Pure Incompetency
    However, work won't reimburse for services like itpro.tv, just bootcamps. I have a week off from work to attend this bootcamp, which is great - if I am able to attend it. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Official ISC2 CISSP Training - Pure Incompetency
    So u guys vouche for this itpro.tv stuff? Their prem is like less than 600$ per year.... Source: over 1 year ago
  • What are the best YouTube videos and tips for training new employees?
    Itpro.tv and perhaps your own documentation of client environments and processes? Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Cbt nuggets sucks
    I really like itpro.tv !! My company had cbt nuggets and wasn't fond of it however I saw on Reddit they were doing 50% off on Itpro.tv . Loving it! Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Google IT Support Certificate question
    I'm 19 years old and I decided I want to take the path down IT. I was looking at itpro.tv and was going to start CompTIA A+ and then work thru Network+ and Security+. My parents however were looking into the Google IT Support certificate and told me it would be a good idea to start there. Does anyone think it's worth it to start with that and then move on to ITPro.tv's courses (starting with comptia a+) or what... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Are there vendors who teach pfSense to a group?
    I just saw on Crosstalk Solutions' YouTube channel that they're offering a pfSense-based networking class in Texas (I think) soon. If you're looking for something online, I think itpro.tv offers some pfSense courses as well. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • any web applications for basic hands on training?
    Https://www.cybrary.it/ or itpro.tv. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Is CBT Nuggets still amazing?
    I also enjoy itpro.tv however found the ccna course too surface level and lacking without the labs. Source: about 2 years ago
  • What are some decent alternatives to acloudguru in the same price range?
    I was on udemy for months but was pretty disatisfied with their collection of docker courses they all seem to leave out vital information for completing tasks. I went to acloudguru due to positive experiences when they were linux academy and almost everything is out of date with seemingly no plan to correct that. What are some other options? I like the video format but I also like that places like udemy and acg... Source: about 2 years ago
  • AZ 104 Study Resources
    If you're willing to pay, itpro.tv has a great course on 104. But John Savill has excellent videos on youtube to. Source: over 2 years ago
  • I've landed a great paying job with nothing to do..
    What I did - I opened an account with Paperspace. Built a VM that let me connect to an esx server at home - if you can straight get to your home esx server, do that. I did a whole bunch of labbing. Did courses on itpro.tv and linuxacademy/acloudguru, cybrary. Did all the labs associated with what I was learning. Also just came up with new ways to have tech help the business. Setup a wordpress based message board... Source: over 2 years ago

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