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    I gotr my associates in IT back in 2002. Did a little data admin for about 6 months and has not worked in It field since.I graduate next month after going bk to school with BA in IT.I'd like to do security.What do i need to get back to the IT field.

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  • where is there strong demand for jobs in the it sector

    where is there strong demand for jobs in the it sector

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  • Emerging skills for ABAPers in future

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  • how can i learn to be a network admin/engineer?

    i am getting a degree in network security/telecommunications currently. is school going to teach me everything i know to do a job or it's just going to give the skills to get it done but how do actually get experience in doing it which is what an employer wants. internships are hard to get as they...

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  • What to expect in Desktop Support with 2 yrs experience

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  • Need help in deciding which module for SAP Training

    I am 49 and have 17 years of IT ( Insurance, Finance Projects ) and 10 Years non IT( Road Trasporation ) experience. I am BSc, LLB, DCM and MBA. Which SAP module training will best suit my profile?

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  • How to get to Oracle e-Business suite?

    I'm interested to get into Oracle e-Business Suite. It's not so easy to break into the field so I want to know if my current skills in Oracle can be useful. I have experience on Oracle database administration and pl/sql development. Will it help me to be a technical consultant? How about a...

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  • Do I need to understand networking before getting into the VoIP field?

    I've been in the telephony field with TDM switching, but there is a trend with this technology to move toward VoIP. Can you please tell me where I can get started in learning this technology? Is it better to first understand networks?

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  • How can I get an IT job now if I couldn’t in 2005 with my I.S. degree?

    I earned a degree in Computer Information Systems (C.I.S.) in 2004. During my placement year (in 2002) I worked as a software tester at the beginning and then moved into development. After my degree I was engaged with my family business, and at the end of 2005 I moved to the UK (to accompany my...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Further training SAP R/3

    Hello, I´d like to continue with the futher traings of SAP R/3. Could you recommend me an centrum or training scholl wher it is possible? I´ve worked as Key User in moduls SD, PS, MM, QM, ...

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  • Prospects for Java developers?

    Now ,I am studying Java programming J2SE. How do u think of this language? Should I continue to study? Can I stand as Java Professional. Most people says that Java is difficult and there is few jobs . And another question is How can I run Java RMI.

    Eingwesin20 pointsBadges:
  • What language “Next” from RPG(LE)

    Hi everyone; I took a hiatus as a stay-at-home mom and am just back into the programming world. 13 years experience - 8 year break - back 1 year. Pure AS400 (can't say iSeries yet) do use RPGLE (thankfully) understand free - used to be MAPICS guru (can't say Infor either). Do any of you use Java,...

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  • Summer course for SAP or .NET?

    I m a 2nd yr MCA strudent from BBSR and want to do some summer course. i am looking for a good inistitution for any summer course. and this year i am planing for either .NET or SAP which will be adviseble for me? now i m learning JAVA. this year i m supposed to sit for campus, but unfourtunately no...

    Sinuthecoldfire20 pointsBadges:
  • Industry accreditation/certification for Virtualization?

    Besides specific certifications for VMware or Microsoft - what are the generic industry certifications and accreditation available to document virtualization skills? Thanks. Moderator Note: This is a user submitted question

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  • What do I need to do to be a network architect?

    Hi, I would love to embark on a career in network architecture. I am currently studying for the CCNA and I will be sitting for my exam in two weeks time. Apart from working towards being a network administrator (my short term goal), I have always had a desire to be involved in designing and...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • CCNA

    I want to know the exact pay that a CCNA certified gets in canada.

    Maghen5 pointsBadges:
  • Will SAP CRM add to Oracle CRM functional profile

    I was working as Oracle CRM consultant a month back with 2.5 years CRM experience. I have very good knowlwdge & experience of Oracle CRM service modules like Contracts, Field Service, TeleService, Install Base etc. This economic downturn has pushed me out of job. My question is will it be helpful...

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  • After earning a CCNA, which certification is best for job security?

    I am currently getting my CCNA and would like to do one of the Cisco professional courses after. Which one would you recommend in terms of job security and money? I have been told CCVP is a good option, but I am not sure.

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  • getting started in security

    Hi there! I just have a quick question(or so I thought! I want to get into the IT field and more to the point, into the security field. I was looking at getting a ccna to start then a ccsp next,but is that the most efficient way to go about it? if not then what is a good route to take? Also I may...

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