In the most basic sense, the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) Certification Examination can really break a lot of wallets open, as each Examination is priced at $125, which can be a price to reckon with for some.
Though there will still be other who will consider this as somewhat affordable to their lifestyles and bank accounts, the right perception must be in the likes of thinking deeply.
Just imagine it, Microsoft is offering Certification for the maintenance, in the form of troubleshooting, of their programs released, and think of the number of people using Microsoft’s programs.
There will be billions of people using it, and this simply corresponds to an unlimited well of likely clients.
Even if the programs in question are superbly crafted to work near-perfectly, there is still the “near-perfectly” factor to consider, and mistakes do happen.
If not mistakes then let it be confusion on the part of the end-user resulting to damages in the program itself and this is something that happens, whether or not Microsoft is able to develop the perfect program.
And the thing is, people generally rely on MCDST to make solutions for them at the time of dire need, or at least confusion, and troubleshooting can be easy once the people involved in it get the hang of it.
With this, there’s really no chance of having no customers to support, and it is completely the opposite of things, rather, there will be customers.
Have no fear, as the fruit of the $125 slash on the budget is a worthy expense.