• Finding a good institution to pursue a CCIE certification

    I am looking for an institute in South India to pursue a CCIE certification. How do I narrow down my options and figure out which institution has a well-equipped lab with experienced faculty?

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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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  • confusion in networking

    i have MCSA 2003 and i interested in ccna & red hat certification but i am not making right decision which certification i do ,when to give me grate opportunity in IT industry and benefit my carrier i know IT filed so varied both certification is required which certification for best my.

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  • What course precedes Cisco’s CCNA exam?

    I learned about computer hardware 8 years ago and I don't have any experience with it. Now I want to get CCNA certification. Is there any course before starting the CCNA? Please advise me. Thank you.

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  • For a networking career, should I get CCSP or CCNP certifications?

    I have my BE in electronics and communication, and I am also CCNA certified. Currently, I am working in a BPO as tech support for Symantec Antivirus. So I just want to know if this experience will count towards networking domain experience on my resume. I am also deciding whether or not I should...

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  • Right way to do CCNA

    HI, I have recently completed Polytechnic Engineering in Computer Science & Post Graduate Diploma in IT. Now I want to complete the CCNA, Please tell me how should i PROCEED & which study material & BookI should consult. Thanks Mir A

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  • What are my chances of getting a good networking job without a college degree?

    I want to start a career in networking. I have started taking A+ classes. After that I intend to go for N+ then CCNA. I want to be sure I am on the right track. If I don't have a college degree, what are my chances of getting a good job or having a good career? Thank you.

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  • Cisco course and Networking job market outlook

    I am interested in attending the Cisco Learning Academy Course that is being offered by my local community college and would like to know what is the job market forecast in this area? I have been told that it is difficult to find a job. Before I move forward, your kind guidance would be appreciated.

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  • Would I be able to get job in IT industry if I do CCNA?

    Dear Sir, I am BE(mech) guy.I had exposure to electronics field to the extent that I gad taken 2 years Vocational course in Electronics during my 11th and 12th standard education. Also I have completed Japanese Language proficiency Test(JLPT-Level 3) So being a BE(mech) guy would i be able to do...

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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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  • 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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  • Career Changer Certification schools – are they worth it

    I am almost scared to ask this here but the folks here seem like the best source to answer this question. I am considering a career change into the IT field. I would like specifically to work in network security. I have a BS in communications already. I have checked out a place that offers...

    Tarheelson5 pointsBadges:
  • Need career advice for Network Communications Management

    I am attending school currently, and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Network Communication Management. I am wondering if this degree is enough to be successful or if I should consider obtaining my Master's degree prior to entrance into the workforce. I am also working towards my...

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  • How To Calculate Effective Rights in Novell Netware 6.5

    I am studying for the CNA 050-686 exam and trying to learn how to calculate effective rights. According to my exam cram study guide the formula is: Group Rights + Individual Rights - Any IRF's along the way = Effective Rights. Here's Scenario 1: If Alexandra has been granted the RWCEMFA trustee...

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  • 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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  • What order can one take the CCIP exams?

    In what order can one take the CCIP exams?

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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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  • career-2

    I was wondering what my next might be to move up in IT. Currently I have an Associates in Net Admin. and have been working as a Net. Techician for over 3 years, mostly dealing with servers, both Windows and Linux. What would be best, certification in particular area, going back to school, or more...

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  • Certifications

    I know the Answer to this question will vary between each person, but out of all the certifications out there which ones will help out the most for a person trying to get into IT/Networking.

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