I've just finished my CCNA exam, and I'm very interested in the field of unified communications that Cisco is spearheading. I have two questions:
(a) Do you personally feel it's an area with a good future?
(b) What Cisco professional certification do you think I should now get: CCNP, CCVP or CCSP?
I personally believe that unified communications is already prominently adopted today, and I believe Cisco is doing a great job trying to dominate that market. In other words, yes I think it is a great area to be knowledgeable and certified.
As far as certifications, if Unified Communications is your thing, I would lean towards the CCVP since that entails quite of bit of those concepts.
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