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CompTIA Updating Server+

Slated for later this year, updates don't affect MCP candidate plans.

CertCities.com's Becky Nagel reports that the Computing Technology Industry Association is planning to update its Server+ certification in late 2004. The update doesn't affect MCP candidates who plan to count the Server+ title toward fulfillment of some of Microsoft's premium titles.

Details on the updates being made to Server+ have yet to show up on CompTIA's Web site. Check CertCities.com for further developments and breaking CompTIA news.

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Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.

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