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Certified Systems Engineer (CSE)

Definition - What does Certified Systems Engineer (CSE) mean?

A Certified System Engineer (CSE) certification is a fairly generic certification for those who want to demonstrate general proficiency in dealing with certain hardware and software systems. A system engineer typically shows skill with various elements of hardware infrastructure, where a proprietary setup involves networking, supporting an operating system, or designing and maintaining system solvency.

Techopedia explains Certified Systems Engineer (CSE)

The Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) is one of the most common examples of a CSE certification. This qualification has been continually updated so that content remains relevant to the skills being demanded in the IT industry. As a result, MCSE has been updated to reflect the popularity of new cloud computing technologies, making it more valuable in today’s tech world. The Hewlett-Packard Certified System Engineer qualification is another example of a popular CSE certification.

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