Make Travel arrangements for the business trip to Chicago

Planning a trip to Chicago? Gone are the days when you had to print out your itinerary and carry Travel Guides and a list of hotels and/or a list of car rental agencies in your brief case. Thanks to advances in technology there are numerous travel apps available to help reduce some of the frustration associated with traveling. Before booking your next business trip consider visiting one or two travel websites to download a real-time travel app or visit Google Play Store and select from a whole list of travel apps for your iPhone, Android or iPad. This is not an endorsement by me, so do your own research. Now that you’ve done your research and narrowed your choice of travel apps, let’s consider our travel options (air, car, bus, and rail), along with lodging and meals. Project-02_Business-Travel-Arrangement_Milwaukee-to-Chicago.Final_ Air If you consider travel by air, be sure to arrive early to allow time for security checks and travel delays. Bookings from 03/28/16 to 04/01/16 for United Airlines were limited to Economy Coach. A round-trip, nonstop flight is $460.20 with a departure time of 2:50 PM from Milwaukee Mitchell International, to an arrival time of 3:42 PM at Chicago O’Hare Airport; flight duration ~52 minutes. Baggage fees, up to 23 kg, cost $25.00 and $35.00 for the 1st and 2nd checked bag, respectively. Inbound, the return trip was scheduled for 11:15 am departure from Chicago to 12:02 p.m. in Milwaukee or flight duration of 47 minutes. Sometimes you pay more for a package deal, than you would if you booked the flight and hotel separately. Of course, it depends on your staying options...

Managing your travel: Make arrangements for the business trip to Chicago

Planning a trip from Milwaukee to Chicago? Gone are the days when you had to print out your itinerary and carry Travel Guides and a list of hotels and/or a list of car rental agencies in your brief case. Thanks to advances in technology there are numerous travel apps available to help reduce some of the frustration associated with traveling. Before booking your next business trip consider visiting one or two travel websites to download a real-time travel app or visit Google Play Store and select from a whole list of travel apps for your iPhone, Android or iPad. This is not an endorsement by me, so do your own research. Now that you’ve done your research and narrowed your choice of travel apps, let’s consider our travel options (air, car, bus, and rail), along with lodging and meals. Air If you consider travel by air, be sure to arrive early to allow time for security checks and travel delays. Bookings from 03/28/16 to 04/01/16 for United Airlines were limited to Economy Coach. A round-trip, nonstop flight is $460.20 with a departure time of 2:50 PM from Milwaukee Mitchell International, to an arrival time of 3:42 PM at Chicago O’Hare Airport; flight duration ~52 minutes. Baggage fees, up to 23 kg, cost $25.00 and $35.00 for the 1st and 2nd checked bag, respectively. Inbound, the return trip was scheduled for 11:15 am departure from Chicago to 12:02 p.m. in Milwaukee or flight duration of 47 minutes. Sometimes you pay more for a package deal, than you would if you booked the flight and hotel separately. Of course, it depends on...

How to Get Certified in CompTIA A+ in Southeast Wisconsin

Welcome Fellow MATC IT Students: The material contained in the subject heading, How to Get Certified in CompTIA A+, is designed for students who have absolutely little to no knowledge of the IT field. As a current student in my fourth semester in MATC’s IT Computer Support Specialist Associate Degree program, my experience here has been rewarding. The IT technical knowledge that I’ve gained has enhanced my ability to maintain, repair, and troubleshoot laptops, desktops, and mobile devices. Currently, I am providing IT service to family and friends until I obtain my A+ certification. To date, my exam preparation training includes the tools outlined in the chart to the left. In the meantime, I plan to purchase my voucher early enough to take the exam within the next 3-6 months. Some students I talked with tell me the exams were easy for them, some say it was hard. The exam prep suggestions outlined in the chart is what works best for me. As an IT student you will need to find what method and tools works best for you based on your learning style. Please also note that CompTIA will retire Exams 220-801 & 220-802 on June 30, 2016. After this date you will be required to take Exam 220-901 & 220-902, which is mainly what my topic is based on. Why become certified? CompTIA A+ is the foundation or starting point for an entry level position in the IT field. If you have limited technology skills this course is for you. If you have advanced technical skills or are already working in the technology industry without your certification—get...