CCNA career

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Hi All, This is the first time that I am submitting my question to this website. I hope I would get best suggestion. I am from non-technical background. Currently I am working with a MNC in non-technical field. Now I want to pursue my career in IT field. Since I am from non-technical background I was thinking about CCNA as my first step to pursue my career. After that I want to do CCNA & CCNP(security). I want to know if I am thinking in right direction. I would really appreciate if anyone could answer this question. Thanks and regards Rajat

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Cisco is very good ,
But I prefer Microsoft, and I recommend to start with MCDST, then MCSA 2003 & then upgrade to 2008
Also you may continue from MCSA 2003 to MCSE 2003 & then upgrade to 2008
Check Microsoft’s website.
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Depending on where you want to focus, The CCENT/CCNA is a great place to start to break into networking. From there, you can go into the CCNP and the other specialized fields. Get the R/S basis completed, then branch out as desired…

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