Your Ultimate Guide to Preparing for the CompTIA HTI Exams

Today, there are over fourteen CompTIA certification programs that you can undergo in order to be certified. If you are an Information Technology professional, it would be to your benefit to have a certification issued by the industry group called the Computer Technology Industry Association. Those who are just starting out with their careers in the IT industry should take advantage of the edge that a CompTIA certification brings, since it is widely recognized by the top IT companies in the country. You can either go for hardware, software, network, security or server  and in each of these categories, there is a corresponding CompTIA certification exam that you can take. One area that you can specialize in is the CompTIA HTI, which stands for Home Technology Integrator. This is the predecessor of the DHTI or the Digital Home Technology Integrator.

To be certified, you need to take the CompTIA HTI exams. For this, you need to undergo the CompTIA HTI+ entry-level certification program. What the CompTIA HTI exams do is to validate an IT professionals knowledge when it comes to home network systems  which include the integration, structuring, wiring and installation of home sub-systems. However, because the good old VCRs have been replaced by DVDs or Digital Video Disks and now, Blu-ray disks, having a CompTIA DHTI certification is much more applicable. Aside from the aforementioned tasks, an IT professional who passes the CompTIA HTI exams will manage telecommunications, as well as perform tasks regarding lighting, security, efficient energy management, media center and entertainment center and all that there is to know about home technology integration.

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