Some guidance in which Certifications I should seek

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Cisco certification
Linux certifications
MCTS
OK I was reading Someone else's question and the response given to them on this page http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/what-value-is-a-cisco-or-microsoft-certification-to-a-telecom-engineer/ and I was not exactly sure how this would apply to myself. I currently hold A+ MCTS:Vista client certifications. I am currently working on Net+ and Linux+ exams and would like to know maybe which direction would best suit my pleasure of cell phone based technologies. I have been told Cisco by some of my instructors and some kind of Server product by others. Many o' google searches have given me other directions ans since this seems to be a constructive site maybe other would help in my quest for these answers Thanks in advance Terrence

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Cisco is a good way to go, but bear in mind that there is no substitute for actual hands-on experience in a live environment. Employers want experienced technical staff, not academics.

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    You need hands on experience, book smart means you can read. Doesn't mean you know what you are doing.
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