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    I have done BE 4m electronics and instrumentation in 2012. I want do a course but I'm confused. I have 3 courses in my mind i.e.., automation, Java, and Networking. But I don't know which one is having better scope. I also have fear that if I will go for Java, then is it understandable to me as I...

    prince9510 pointsBadges:
  • Network QOS career

    What is QOS? How does it work in Network? How can I apply it in network? How can I be a master in that? Currently I'm working as engineer in a telecommunication company.

    Melvinkumar5 pointsBadges:
  • Need career guidance

    Hello, I am working as a pre-sales network consultant. My job is 50 percent technical and 50 percent pricing. I am CCNA and CCNP certified and I need a change in job and career as there is no growth here. I am looking forward to security. Also will Unix/Linux/Perl knowledge give me better prospects...

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  • Scope of networking career

    Dear Sir , What is the maximum scope of the point we can reach .. in Netwokring Career Side Ie. by doing courses like mcse /CCNA .. CCNP .. etc .. what is the maximum point we can reach as carrer wise .. Also can we start our businesses after experience .. in Networking side . iF so what are the...

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  • Networking courses

    i want to start one certificate courses for networking as my profession, so help me regarding choosing exactly which courses is most beneficial to me my carrier

    Rajdip10 pointsBadges:
  • Network Designing

    Hi....currently I work as System engineer in MNC. My work involves daily client facing to understand the proposed network requirements and based on that provide the design and cost for the network (service and CPEs) using various automated tools.It is mostly telecom operations management and not...

    NetworkingGuy5 pointsBadges:
  • Networking careers and salaries

    What is the basic salary given to a starting network employee with CCNA and MCSE certifications?

    GWALIOR5 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • CCENT or CompTIA Network+

    Is the CCENT the Cisco equivalent to the Comptia Network+ ? I want to learn basic networking fundamentals before I take on the CCNA.

    Defensor145 pointsBadges:
  • IT Career advice: 7 years in hardware and networking. Next step?

    I have 7 years of hardware and networking experience and now I want to pursue some degree in this field

    Hmohammed15 pointsBadges:
  • Can I switch to an IT career in networking without a four-year degree?

    I am thinking about switching careers to join the IT field. I was thinking about an AA degree but was told certifications will work better because of specialized fields. Unfortunately, I don’t have four years to get a BA. I'm open to anything, network, software, etc., but I am not interested in...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Will Cisco Certification add value to my MS wireless communication degree?

    I have completed my MSc wireless communication this year January 2010, and now planning to for cisco certification courses. My question is: Am I moving away from the field or will it add value to my degree and career, if so which Cisco course will be better for my career.

    Saleh15 pointsBadges:
  • Do I have to start at helpdesk to get networking experience? Won’t that waste my CCNA certification?

    I currently hold my A+, Net+ and CCNA certifications and have experience in IT but not so much experience in the networking field with my CCNA. I am working with multiple staffing agencies looking to utilize my CCNA cert but am not having any luck. I hear all the time that I lack the experience...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • My networking job isn’t going anywhere

    I am now working as desktop tech support in a school (that uses Netware and XP). With my present knowledge and experience (one year) I am not able to apply for a network engineering role or anything like that. With my current job I am not learning very much, as well as everything is setup. My team...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How can I get an entry-level networking job with no experience and a Network+ certification?

    Hi, I have Network+, and I am studying for my CCNA, but I do not have any Cisco routers or switches to practice with to get hands-on experience. I really want to start a career in networking, so what should I do? Most entry level jobs require months to a years worth of job experience.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • network engineer career qualifications

    hey!hi guys!!!could u pls tel me is this ccna is enough to become as a network engineer

    Irttcseerode5 pointsBadges:
  • change my career to networking or graphics

    hi everyone,       I'm looking to change my career to networking or graphics. i don't have any collage education just high school certificates. i took networking course 7years ago but didn't finish and graphics is my hobby i like animation. i would like to know if its worth doing CCNA or...

    Networkinglife15 pointsBadges:
  • Network Engineer requirements

    pls say me what are the other requirements need to beome network engineer other than certifications like ccna?can u specify the important requirement tat a network engineer must have tat

    Mnithya15 pointsBadges:
  • What college degree would compliment a CCNA/CCNP certification?

    I am currently finishing up my associates degree and afterwards I plan on moving on to get my bachelors degree. At the same time, I am currently studying for my CCNA. What is a bachelor's degree that would compliment other network oriented certifications? I would hate to get a degree which does...

    Drose577815 pointsBadges:
  • Advice on Certs and networking career

    I was promoted from a tech support position to an entry level NOC Tech position in my company. I don't have a degree or any certs and I have no experience with networking. Right now I mostly monitor NMS alarms and work tickets. Not really any networking invlolved but networking is where I want to...

    Defensor145 pointsBadges:

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