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Dear everyone I am student and studying IT I am wondering and asking myself that Should i follow Cisco or Microsoft Technique to improve my IT career in the future Or if i have to learn both, that's OK but which one first ?? Finally, which one is easy to find job. Because i want to get an IT...
am an Engineering graduate in Electronics and Communication. I have planned to do a course on networking. Out of the CCNA, MCSE, or RHCE, which networking certification is the best one that would promise good jobs and salary?
Now that Nortel is bankrupt and being bought out by Avaya, does this mean my Nortel certifications are obsolete? Or is the situation too inconclusive to tell right now? If it's too soon to tell, what will the acquisition depend on to make my certifications matter? I'm also wondering whether...