• What value is a Cisco or Microsoft certification to a Telecom Engineer?

    I have a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Telecommunication Engineering, with a main emphasis on Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), code division multiple access (CDMA), Wireless Local Loop (WLL) and WiMax. I'm not sure if all this is in high-demand in the world -- especially in...

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  • PCI Complaince

    How does one become credited to do audits for PCI compliance .. what are the steps to be followed .. Does anyone know or understand the cost .. IS it a comp-any or an individual that gets a certificated or both ? what if the employees leaves does the company stay certified ?

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  • Network engineer resume help

    hello, i will be soon graduating  with a bachelor degree of network engineering... so i was wondering if any one can help me about building my resume for job search. should i list all the protocols and stuff i learned or what? thanks guys!!

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  • Career switch from programming to SAP functional role

    hi, i have 2.5 years experience in .net programming with a software firm.i want a career switch to SAP.i also want to avoid programming.Which SAP module should i take up?Can i move into any of functional modules of SAP?

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  • How should be through to get a cisco certified network job?

    I am a desktop/pc technical support engineer with 7 years of work experience on windows os and basic network operations, now i want to be a network professional as it is my dream from my graduation. i am now certified with CCNA, i need help from you to get a job in this profession. how should be...

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  • Oppurinities in IT field

    HI there,   I am Dilip, Having 6 years Experience in ISP Company, working as a Assistant manager. I have done he CCNA,ITIL. and doing MBA (distance). I would like to Switch over to more specific carrier in IT...i like to work on more of managerial things and not on core networking.What would be...

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  • SAP and AS/400

    Hello all, Please tell me having worked on AS/400 for last 3 year , shud i move to SAP technology.i  have opportunity but i m confused.

    Kapiltiwari350 pointsBadges:
  • What to Do?

    I've been out of the job market for 14 years and my previous experience was mainframe. What should I do to make myself marketable in a non mainframe world?

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  • Need suggestion about the selection of field in telecom.

    Sir, i am doing bs telecom in pakistan from superior university.Now i am in my last year.Actually i have done intermediate with premedical subjects I was forsed to join this field while i was not interested..I have no interest in programming and mathematics.My english communication is only good to...

    Ghajni5 pointsBadges:
  • SAP certification?

    HI there, I am working as a assistant manager in iSP firm..lookin after operations of retail customerbase I had done the CCNA and ITIL, I want to know if SAP would provide me abetter edge??

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  • how to restart my career after 5 years gap with SAP

    i am post graduate in computer science. and want to restart my career again after 5 years of long gap with SAP. i want to learn SAP. but how where and what to do , i dont know. plz guide me for my new beginning.

    Tanupalak5 pointsBadges:
  • Sap MM functional — careers

    Dear All, I am working in R&D with 5 years of exp as enduser of SAP MM and SAP PLM . Also i undergone training in SAP MM functional areas. I am planning to shift my domain completely in SAP MM functional side. Please let me know how to go and succed in SAP MM functional area without implementation...

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  • Would an Avaya certification help me?

    I recently got a job working on Avaya servers and products. Could you tell me how an Avaya certification would help me in the future with other job opportunities, if I were to earn one?

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  • lamp or sap

    HI all , i ve complted my engneering in electronics and Commnctn; Now i have two options to take up as my career, sap or lamp; which has more opening and scope ; what are the categories in sap/

    FRAN30005 pointsBadges:
  • IT career requirements for Java?

    Hi there, I'm currently studying IT- Network and Systems Engineering. I wanted to get your professional opinion on a matter. I am not required or expected to study Java Programming. But I want to get you input on that. Should I learn Java ... will I need it for future purposes?

    Nikky61310 pointsBadges:
  • IT infrastruture

    Dear Sir, I Gaurav Nijhawan 21years old working in a mnc company in gurgaon(India). I have two years of experience in IT for supporting a site. I did MCP( Microsoft Certified Professional). earlier i was working as a desktop support engineer and completely work on Desktop and Outlook...

    G.nijhawan140 pointsBadges:
  • How to prepare for IT interview?

    How to prepare for IT interview?

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  • New To the Industry

    Hello, my name is Kristine and I am a first year student in IT field. My major is Networking communications and Information systems w/ a concentration in MS operating systems. I wanted to know if anyone had any websites i can go to or magazines I can subscribe to get learn about my new career.

    Krisean205 pointsBadges:
  • Interview questions for an ATG commerce developer

    looking to hire an ATG JAVA commerce developer but not sure which questions to ask.

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  • What are the career prospects of three yrs. diploma holder in computer Engg. ?

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