-- Microsoft Corp. today announced Microsoft® Skills Assessment for Microsoft Windows® Server 2003 to help IT professionals measure competency levels, evaluate knowledge and skills, and receive personalized learning plans from Microsoft. The new skills assessments are available online at no cost for Microsoft IT professionals seeking to show or increase readiness for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 implementations.
"We are continually working to improve the customer experience. Objective assessment enables individuals and companies to determine the best learning path before initiating a technology project or adopting a new technology," said Lutz Ziob, general manager of Certification and Training at Microsoft. "Microsoft Skills Assessment for Windows Server 2003 provides a consistent and dependable gauge for IT professionals to evaluate readiness and maximize investment in skills development."
The Microsoft Windows Server 2003 skills assessments evaluate how ready individuals are by comparing their knowledge and skills with the software implementation requirements. The online evaluation provides a readiness measurement, which reflects one's skills relative to one's peers. This measurement shows progress along the learning path and provides individuals who need to increase skills for a particular project or technology with a personalized learning plan.
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