• Which network security certifications would you recommend and why?

    I have currently finished a degree in Information Science from Bangalore, and I'm looking forward to a career in networking. Though Bangalore is known as the IT hub, I'm somehow not attracted towards the IT sector. I want to do something more security related. The CCNA and MCSE certifications are...

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  • Which SAP certification will benefit my Cisco certification?

    I have recently completed my cisco course which consisted of my CCNA, CCNP, COMPTIA SUITE(A+,N+,Server+,Sec+), LINUX, ORACLE, SOLARIS, JAVA, MS VB and WINDOWS. I have been reading on SAP and Have been interested it, What certfication with SAP can i do that will benefit me as i enjoy the networking...

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  • role o mcse

    what is the role of microsoft certified system engineer in it company?

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  • What are recent certifications in Microsoft?

    What is the Difference between Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or 2008 Active Directory and Windows Exchange Server 2003 or 2008 Please let me know which is would helpful for certification in future?

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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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  • 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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  • Which CERTIFICATION to do?

    I am doing MCA( LAST SEMESTER ) and i am nt able to understand which certification to do MCSE or CCNA. Which would benefit me more, in my career growth ?

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  • Will my degree be accredited at other schools?

    I'm thinking about getting a master's degree in networking and system administration from an Australian school (Charles Sturt University). The program balances between an academic focus and preparation for CCNP or MCSE certification and I thought this would be a good path for me. Most of my...

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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 am doing job as a desktop engg.Now i am working i on project with EDS (Electronic data System).i have basic knowledge of network and Dns Dhcp Active directory,I am getting a salary of 10K per month.My friend told me you should do unix...

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  • Selecting an area within security to start

    Hi, I'm studying for an MSc in Information Security from Royal Holloway University of London, I have a B.Engg. degree in computers and a PG Diploma in Networking and Communication as well as the CCSA and CCNA. I'm also studying for the CISSP. Now, with all these qualifications, could you please...

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  • IT Security

    With all the talk about security certifications and working in IT security being hot right now and in the future, I was wondering if it would make more sense to try and get the Security + certification before trying to get another IT certification such as the MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems...

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  • getting the foot in the door

    I would like to recieve some positive and resourceful responses on the best way to crack into the IT industry. I will be completing my year long college network training with the following certifications, A+, Network +, MCP, MCSE. I have no prior experience in the industry, employed in a managerial...

    Golfer2110 pointsBadges:
  • CCNA relation to MCSA/UNIX ???

    a lot of community college offer "Network adminstrator certification class" which teach people with basic network knowledge for example such as TCP/IP, window 2003 server and UNIX/LINUX , I might take that as my first step as entry level tech,and will continued to study either MCSA , CCNA or Unix,...

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  • Linux /Unix certification

    I have question about Linux/Unix certification, What type of skill does Linux/Unix adminstrator have?? do they need to know a lot of programming skill or network skill?? before entering into Linux/Unix field, do I need to know MCSE/CIsco very well?? If I passed Linux+ from comptia, is it enought to...

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  • Do I have to get an MCP or MCSE before getting into Cisco certifications?

    I have been in the telecommunications field for seven years working for cable companies and now AT&T. I am A+ certified and working on Net+. I study a lot on backbone and network protocols ATM, MPLS, SONET, SNMP etc. I am wondering what path to take next. Do I have to get an MCP or MCSE before...

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  • about education

    dear sir i am working as computer hardware and net working engineer i am in these field about 4.5 years but i still thinks i am far behind i want to progress in IT what course i have to do either ccna or mcse which is the better course for futurescope i am in a company where thereis 2000 server and...

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  • MCSE

    I am looking for a way to independently verify whether an individual has actually attained MCSE certification. Is there a registry or other database that I can access to find out if a potential candidate is truly MCSE certified? TIA for any help!

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