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 Activia Blog – Certification 

 Course information and guidance on training leading to certifications 

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The Oracle Database 12c is an enterprise class high performance database. Oracle has described this release as "the first database designed for the cloud." Oracle Database 12c has many important capabilities. By far the most notable key feature is the ability to consolidate pluggable databases into a single container database. This is referred to as multitenant architecture.

What can Oracle Database 12c Databas...
Image for Jordan James Jordan James
Jan 25, 2017
Oracle is highly regarded as a leading database provider. Clients from SME to multinational organisations use Oracle for a range of services, including training through Oracle University. Whilst the Oracle University delivers a range of accomplished training courses, there is a growing demand for Oracle Database training with independent providers. Some people would still argue that it is always best to choose th...
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Jan 19, 2017
When planning to undertake any certification exam, whether IT related (such as Microsoft, VMWare or Cisco) or skills related (such as PRINCE2 or ITIL), there are a number of factors that need to be kept in mind.

These factors would generally include the following: 1) What is my goal? What do I hope to get out of becoming certified? 2) What exact requirements are there? 3) What time frame do I have in mind? 4) H...
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Feb 01, 2013
Cloud Computing is changing the way in which businesses operate. Referring to a combined use of applications, the term ‘cloud’ does not signify weather patterns but a digital platform in which dozens or even hundreds of computers in a grid can have simultaneous access to many applications.

Software programmes don’t have to be downloaded when updates need to be carried out because this is automatically don...
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Jan 29, 2013
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There may be many reasons to explain why a company wants to change the way in which their day-to-day operations are run. If a large or medium sized company have a huge workforce, a considerable number of software programmes may be used on a daily basis. When d...
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Jan 24, 2013
A widely recognised accreditation in project management, having passed PRINCE2 is often required for many high-powered positions. For example, if you want to work as a Civil Servant in the project management environment, it is often required for you to be PRIN...
Image for David Williams by David Williams,
Nov 09, 2012
A question that is asked very often of our training staff is whether you actually need to be certified or not? It is a very tricky question to answer because the different certifications and situations that people find themselves in can vary from one to anothe...
Image for John Boddington by John Boddington,
Jun 21, 2012
Regardless of which version you intend doing (MOS for 2000, MOS for 2003 etc.) are there any tips which can be used to help you pass MOS exams?

At Activia, we have a considerable number of certified trainers. So, the suggestions given here are the combinatio...
Image for John Boddington by John Boddington,
Jun 18, 2012
People always ask what the difference is between a Project Management course and a PRINCE2 course. (And to be honest, some of the other accreditations too, like Agile, SCRUM etc) They also question why we offer general management skills and PRINCE2. Should peo...
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Jun 14, 2012

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