About future of networking

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Author: Rabindra PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 8:39 am    Post subject: About future of networking
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Hello sir, I am a beginner in networking field. I have done B.Tech in Electronics & Telecomm. Engg. Presently I am doing CCNA,MCSA& linux. So i need to know about growth, salary & future of networking field. Please help me. please.........

Author: rekk1986 PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 11:43 am    Post subject: Re: About future of networking
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Rabindra wrote:
Hello sir, I am a beginner in networking field. I have done B.Tech in Electronics & Telecomm. Engg. Presently I am doing CCNA,MCSA& linux. So i need to know about growth, salary & future of networking field. Please help me. please.........


I am working in a SEp company and I find that future of networking is bright.

Author: Siddique PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:35 pm    Post subject:
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CCNA is just the opening now. CCNP is where you need to be to start your career.

Thanks to all the boot camps and diploma mills out there today, A MSCE is so watered down, all that will get you is a seat on a help desk. If you can find one.

I have been in the field for over 30 years and in the past 8 or so I see people with MCSEs that know how to pass a test but can't think through a real life problem.

Also with each new generation of improved Microsoft servers, it requires less technicians to keep them running.

As of now the real future is in CISCO and communications.

But in this field this too can change on a daily basis.

Even CISCO has a lot of hardware competition in the field now.

A lot will depend on what your degree is in. No one hires basket weavers anymore.

But Microsoft has heard the complaints of the companies and for the new certification in Windows 7, for the first time Microsoft will require an extra test outside of Microsoft from "The Helpdesk Institute" on customer service.





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