• NOC engineer career

    Career confusion?? Hi, I am a trainedin mcse,ccna guy but being a fresher did not find one job in networking field. I came across this opening of NOC Engineer - solaris at a company and they are hiring freshers, I got the job as NOC engineer, I have not much knowledge about linux/solaris but they...

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  • What’s the future of a NOC engineer career?

    I'm really confused...I got a job as a  tier1 NOC Admin and I'm asking so many people about its future growth and job description but they are saying they don't know about it . Can anyone guide me?

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  • Are the CCNA and MCSE good certifications for network or software engineers?

    I wanted to get a CCNA Cisco certification, but when I asked my local institution about it they suggested I take the CCNA plus the MSCE. Will this be the right option if I'm looking to be either a network engineer or software engineer? Is a networking or software career more profitable than the...

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  • Which certification should I do: CCNP or MCSE?

    I have completed my CCNA certification and working as a desktop support engineer and now I'm interested in doing my higher certificatoin. Should I do CCNP or MCSE?

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  • Which course should I do next: MCSE or MCITP?

    I did systems development course which included mobile application development, web development, database and Java (Java2me, EE, SE) and I also did system dupport which included networking, A+, N+ and basic computer security now I'm caught in the mist I don't know which course to do next MCSE or...

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  • What’s the difference between the MCSE and MCPIT Microsoft certifications?

    What is the difference between the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCPIT) certifications?

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  • What’s the best institute for MCSE and CCNA?

    I would like to know more details about MCSE & CCNA. What's the best institute for MCSE & CCNA?

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  • Need advice on a career in IT?

    I will be going to Depaul university this fall 2009 to pursue a degree in IT, majoring in Network security/telecommunications. As a student what advice can I get from you IT professionals to really excel in this field. should i get some certifications like A+, Net+, security+, MCSE, CCNA before I...

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  • Migration to Ubuntu

    I am certified on MCSE on Windows NT 4 and Windows 2003 so my experience is only on Windows and One of our clients want to migrate from Windows to Open Source Platforms and they have chosen Ubuntu Linux so I need to get knowledge on this operating system or other related FOSS platforms. What should...

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  • Should I go for Unix administration without doing MCSE?

    Dear sir, I have done my diploma in 2006. After that, I'm doing job as a desktop engineer. Now I'm working on a project with EDS (Electronic data System). I have basic knowledge of network and DNS, DHCP and Active Directory. I'm getting a salary of 10K per month. My friend told me you should do...

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  • Has MCSE changed its name to MCITP?

    Has the name of MCSE been changed to MCITP? If yes, then what are the contents in MCITP?

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  • MCSE job market in Canada

    I want to shift to Canada, which course will benefit to get me job in Canada. Looking at the recession all over the world, Will doing MCSE help me to get a job in Canada? If no, then which certified course will benefit me?

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  • MCSE for CCNP certification

    Hi, I have a question regarding MCSE certification. I'm a bit confused about the benefit of MCSE cert for network engineer/CCNP certified guy. How much does MCSE give benefit to network engineers and whether I should go for MCSE as I'm have a CCNP certification already. Your help will appreciated....

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  • Help needed – About Networking Related Jobs

    I am a newbie and trying to break into the networking field. I plan to give my CCNA and MCSA certification late this year or early next year. I am very interested in networking and plan to pursue my career in this field. However I have some questions: I am interested in Administrator (type) jobs...

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  • Is this network certification path good for an aspiring ethical hacker?

    Hi there! :D I am a student that's currently getting a degree that focuses on networking and ethical hacking. I am working to earn a few certifications while holding a part time job for experience. From beginner to expert, I am aiming to achieve the following certifications (in order): CompTIA...

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  • About MCSE certification

    Hi everyone, I'm an IT student. I just completed 1 year of my 3 years course. I will be specializing in networking. Recently I was suggested by many people to do an MCSE course and then a CCNA course and I had applied to many institutes asking about this course. But then I don't have a proper base...

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  • Getting Into IT – Clueless

    Hello. I am about to start pursuing education to eventually become an MCSE. I am extremely good with computers naturally, but have absolutely no experience with anything like this. In other words, I don't even know where to start. I have no computer education yet and to be honest, I don't even...

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  • Exchange mail server

    Hi, This Sudipta Chatterjee, I am working in a IT company for FM Services for client end. I can configure mail trouble shooting mail for MS OUTLOOK and Outlook express. I want to go for mail server end (Exchange). Which certification needed for working MS Exchange mail server? Please advice....

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  • CCNA vs MCSE

    Plese I want your ideas, tell me which is best!??? CCNA or MCSE?

    Milinda10 pointsBadges:
  • Bachelor of CSE vs Certifications

    Does a bachelor degree in computer science and engineering cover the contents of A+, MCSE or CCNA? If not, why and then what are basic fields of career of a graduate of computer science and engineering?

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