which entry level certification is harder to pass (rank from hardest to easiest) : ccna, oca, scjp, mcp?
anybody has passed all of them ?
anybody has passed all of them ?
Level Platforms Expands Integration With CA ARCserve Software To Enhance MSP Service Offerings
LPI Level Platforms Inc., a global leader in remote monitoring and management software for solution and managed service providers (MSPs), recently announced it has integrated its flagship Managed Workplace product with the CA ARCserve data protection technology from CA Technologies.
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Currently, I’m studying Private Investigation at The Academy of Court Reporting. I have plans to study Criminal Justice and Computer Information Security at ITT Technical Institute. Prior to graduating, I wanted to know what entry level jobs should I be applying for? I have extensive software experience and physical security experience. What jobs combine the two fields?
This is a tutorial on how to solve basic level 7 for hackthissite.org. Here you use the Unix command: ;ls
Job seekers who are creating their first resumes should consider using resume objectives. These objectives help to inform employers on how their needs can be fulfilled by potential employees. Think of a resume objective as a brief sales pitch to an employer, concerning the benefits you can bring to his or her company or organization, and/or job opportunity available.
Most college students and graduates understand how important their resume objectives are. Objectives tell employers what prospective entry level job candidates have to offer their organizations. However, sometimes we may forget that point and talk too much about our wants, causing an employer to lose interest in our resumes. Remember, the goal of your resume objective is to capture the employer’s attention immediately.
According to an article by Deborah S. Hildebrand, resume objectives don’t work. She says they are too general and are not effective to use for every job opportunity you apply for. Instead, she believes that job candidates should be using “resume headlines” as selling points to spark a potential employer’s interest in what they have to offer. In fact, Hildebrand compares resume headlines to newspaper headlines because both are designed to draw attention to the reader’s eyes. Your resume headline should highlight who you are in a sentence. For example, if you’re looking for an entry level job in accounting, you want to include information like your field of interest, education, and skills in your headline.
In her article, Hildebrand gives examples of both resume objectives and resume headlines. While she supports using headlines, she says that using objectives are okay, as long as they are tailored to a specific job. So, if you’re looking for an entry level job in accounting, adjust your resume objective for a certain accounting position, and/or the type of setting you would be working in. Remember to stay away from using personal pronouns (I, me, etc.) when writing your objective, and keep it short and to the point. Here is an example of a possible entry level resume objective:
“Seeking a position in the accounting field where excellent analytical and technical skills can be utilized to improve the company’s profitability”
I had never heard of the term resume headlines, until having read this article. It does make sense because your resume objective is supposed to capture the attention of an employer at first glance. Your objective should speak to an employer’s needs; in other words, it has to clearly emphasize the value you can add to the employer’s organization. So, the next time you’re writing a resume objective, think of it as making a headline on your resume for a potential employer to ponder over.
Job seekers must understand that their entry level resume objectives serve as their first impressions to potential employers. These objectives should appeal to the employer’s needs, and help clearly define you as a candidate for a job.
Some information provided by Alex Rudloff.
Are you a social networking butterfly and craves for a full QWERTY keyboard for fast instant messaging input? There is more to that in LG GW620. It also features a social networking service manager that displays and updates email, instant messages, facebook status arranged according to contacts. This allows you to keep updated of the latest happenings of your social network even while on the go.
The Online Social Network Craze
In anticipation for the growing demand for smart phones that support social networking function, LG designed the phone with the social networking butterfly in mind and making the phone more accessible to typical users. Online social networking is now very popular that almost everyone who spends time before a laptop or a PC is a member of at least one social network site.
Social networking is an old mechanism used not only for personal ends but also with professional and business aims. However lately, the internet brought social networking to a different level making it easier and bigger as your reach is not limited by your location. Via the internet, you can connect with people from around the world. Not only can you develop contacts with people from another country but it also allows you to learn from about new places and from a diverse mix of cultures, which is a good thing.
Smart phones are about to obliterate PC and laptop exclusivity of online social networking by taking them to the mobile phones as well. The latest to join the bandwagon of social networking capable phones is the LG GW620. Equipped with a facial recognition system, and an SNS manager that brings in facebook and twitter together in to the contacts application, social networking on the go is way lot easier with this phone.
Fully-loaded Yet User-friendly
According to LG’s press releases, the phone is your ultimate first Smart Phone. It is fully loaded with cool features while maintaining the user-friendly character of LG phones that its customers know and love. You do not have to be a geek to take full advantage of its Android operating system and it comes with a large 3 inch full touch screen that does not necessarily strain your eye while spending more than just a few minutes before your phone’s screen.
It can be rotated to adjust to vertical and horizontal viewing. The LCD panel has a 240 x 400 screen resolution and comes with a resistive touch screen technology with 256k color depth support. Not actually above other smart phones in its class but does the job anyway.
Value for Your Money
It also comes with a camera with 5 mega pixel imaging capability, Bluetooth, phone book, organizer, photo editor, microSD card, micro USB, GPS with A-GPS support, Wi-Fi connectivity, FM Radio and Music player. Now, these are indeed bonuses you wouldn’t mind having with your new android phone. The price is yet to be known but the phone being LG’s debut for the android phone market, it is not expected to cost as much as other smart phones do.