I am back in school (university) now and I am not sure what part of the IT job community I would most enjoy working in. My major is Business (management information systems). Could you tell me about the different jobs in IT or direct me to a web site. Thanx Pat
Answer Question | January 16, 2005 5:56 PM
Hello world! I need help here … your expertise on what you do with the data when someone leaves the company… This is where i’m at currently: 1) Created a RetiredEmployee share. 2) when user JDoe leaves I create a JDoe folder in that share 3) I copy the data of their personal network drive, [...]
Answer Question | January 13, 2005 11:30 AM
Backup & recovery, Career development, Networking, Storage
can anybody tell me from where i can download whole windows 2000 server read me and help i want to read about windows 2000 server i want whole information and read me about windows 2000 server pls help me
Answer Question | January 17, 2005 5:26 AM
Career development, Microsoft Windows
I have worked as a Product Manager for products like SYmantec, Computer Associates etc. How should I approach to land jobs. I feel with the economy booming, I shouldn’t have a problem.
Answer Question | January 12, 2005 6:02 PM
I am starting a new role as IT Director of a small service company with 3 corporate locations and about 50 franchises across the US. Franchise support is limited to one hosted web and one distributed Access application. The primary responsibilites are for support of internal customers, standardization of technologies and policies, and for providing [...]
Answer Question | January 7, 2005 4:21 PM
A SearchEnterpriseLinux.com reader asked me the following question, and I’m gathering information for him. Can you help? Question: “I am a Domino developer used to Windows environment, but I have a Fedora Core 2 box at home for learning Linux. I would eventually like to learn Linux and learn to develop in Linux, with an [...]
Answer Question | December 15, 2004 12:00 PM
Career development, Certifications, Development, Linux
I am currently working as a Help Desk/Network technician and would like to get my foot in the door working with security. There is basically no where to move up in my current position. I am working towards my Bachelors degree in CIS and have the Network+ certification. I have not had any luck finding [...]
Answer Question | April 29, 2010 9:21 AM
Career development, Security
How do I create a network design for a large business? The following is the scenario and the requirements, I need so help please. An Ice Cream Factory with 5 stores, citywide and has connectivity to the corporate office in Austin. Each store is responsible for maintaining its inventory locally, but must communicate with the [...]
Answer Question | December 5, 2004 9:06 AM
Application software, Auditing, Career development, CIO, Cooling, Data center design, Data center operations, DataCenter, Desktops, Disaster Recovery, E-business, Electrical, Handhelds/Phones, Implementation, Information risk management, IT architecture, IT Governance, Networking, Networking Products, Operating system platforms, Partner facing, Peripherals, Physical security, Planning, Project management, Security, Security management, Security products, Servers, Services, Software Quality Assurance, Space/structure, Staffing, Storage, System utilities, Vendors
Hello All, Just want to ask a few minor questions that have been bugging me if i may? 1. NT4 Server – i have an NT4 server (SP6a IE6 SP1) and it has personalized menus and i don’t want them! any ideas on how to clear this? 2. I work as the Network Manager in [...]
Answer Question | December 6, 2004 8:48 AM
3Com, Career development, Network management software, Networking, Networking Equipment, Tech support, Windows
I know the Answer to this question will vary between each person, but out of all the certifications out there which ones will help out the most for a person trying to get into IT/Networking.
Answer Question | November 28, 2007 10:50 AM
Career development, Certifications, DataCenter, Networking, Networking certifications, Security, Security management
This question is from SearchSecurity.com user: I am 36-years-old. I was downsized five years back from a Fortune 500 company. Since then, I’ve been home with my two small children. However, now I want to go back to part or full-time work. I used to work in performance testing and enhancements of workstations. (I have [...]
Answer Question | November 16, 2004 2:55 PM
Career development, Certifications, Security
Hi Everybody: Let’s say that my employer just forked over thousands of dollars to train me in the latest and greatest technology or product. Do I “owe” my employer anything? Is it unethical to take the training then run to a new, better-paying position? Could I be “black listed” if I did that? How long [...]
Answer Question | February 26, 2008 10:14 PM
First time here, and need some help. I’m new in the T industry, and I have been looking for a chrt that describes how many IT Admins needed per employees. I hope someone out there can guide me in the right direction.
Answer Question | September 17, 2004 1:31 PM
Budgeting, Business/IT alignment, Career development
Hi. If I already have a BSC degree from a post secondary institute, how important is a Canadian Information Processing Society ISP certification ?
Answer Question | June 2, 2004 2:01 PM
Career development, Certifications
Just wondering whether certification and/or an advanced degree in computer security would be most beneficial for career enhancement. Any opinions?
Answer Question | June 1, 2004 4:46 PM
Career development, Certifications
If you had a candidate who was “Certified” by a reputable company or university in “Effective Communications” or “Advanced Interpersonal Communications”, would it cause you to take notice of their resume or application over another individual?
Answer Question | June 2, 2004 9:44 AM
Career development, Certifications, Outsourcing
Being a management staff, how will you justify if a person is suitable for a post of Business Analysis or Client Analytics? Being a person armed with business skills and above average IT knowledge + a few diploma/professional qualifications in IT related subjects, how will you demonstrate your skills and knowlege to your potential employer?
Answer Question | June 6, 2004 10:22 PM
Career development, Outsourcing
1. When looking for a DB2 z/OS DBA, would you put the IBM certified resumes at the top of the pile? 2. Please classify in years experience or other simple form, senior DBA and professional DBA (I realize there are other factors, but just looking for what the average expectancy is)
Answer Question | August 4, 2010 11:50 AM