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dear sir i am working as computer hardware and net working engineer i am in these field about 4.5 years but i still thinks i am far behind i want to progress in IT what course i have to do either ccna or mcse which is the better course for futurescope i am in a company where thereis 2000 server and routers are there. but i want to know which course is better for future ?

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Proper grammar and spelling is very important. To get ahead in any field, in today’s competitive world, your interpersonal skills are very important. Aside from proper writing, you need to keep up with your career of choice. Think of it as being a doctor. A doctor goes to school to study medicine, but his real studies begin once out of school.

You’ll need to be well rounded and certified. All Windows (3.0 to XP), LINUX / UNIX, Cisco, hardware and software, cables / connectors, walls, ceilings, crawl spaces, attics, etc.
In this field, you may not do it all yourself, but eventually you will need to know something about everything.
Especially, when you don’t want to be the grunt your entire career? What ever you do, do not stop learning about your career and what it is comprised of.

I hope this helps you. Good luck in all your future endeavors. Happy New Year!

JM.

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  • DrillO
    Good morning..... I will assume that english is your second language......don't worry about that. To the problem....You say you are working with W2000 Server. If you are working in an MS world, take MS certifications. There are many others to take as well, but stick with what you are now working with. As for the future..there is no substitute for experience.....read everything you can get your hands on and practice using a Lab type environement if you can. If not, find someplace at work that is non critical and practice there. Keep a couple of old machines around as you upgrade and practice with those.....set up a mini network and use that to learn......it takes time, but the payoff is huge....I know, I've been there...... I hope this helps.....
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