How to create Linkedin profile for IT Computer Support

Having trouble with job searches? LinkedIn is the perfect website for you to get started. This will be a new life you have never seen before. And I believe the more you use it, the happier you will be, guaranteed. Sign Up Start filling in all the necessary blanks with your basic information It takes less than 5 minutes to get an account with the biggest networking site. Get verified and set up your account Professional Image Dress properly Pictures are best taken when you have a professional look. It shows that you are determined and ready to face obstacles. Hiring managers will take you more seriously than others. Do not take a picture with anything unnecessary because it might look unprofessional on your profile. Clear vision No blurriness in the picture. Have a clear face so recruiters will know who they are dealing with. Summary Brief outline of your background Talk a little about your education and goals. You can have short-term and long-term goals. The important part is to connect your whole profile with your summary. Make sure to learn and work in your field. Employers do not like seeing that you have been working in fast-food while studying law and talking about wanting to become a computer technician. The story does not connect and you will be lost the whole time. Education, Experience, Volunteer Past schools/classes You can put high schools and colleges down because hiring managers like to see where you have been studying. Going to a good school also helps because it shows that you are determined to learn from the best professors. Also...

Deploy Android Tablets to Medium Sized Company

Introduction Now this could be a big opportunity for the company to increase their revenue.  By deploying the latest Samsung tablet to every employee, it is a big job, but is possible.  We are going to go through some topics to help kick start this project.  First, you need to know how many people you are working with and how to get the tablet to them.  Next, how much tablets you are going to order for budget costs.  Third, teaching every employee how to operate the tablet and use it for business purposes.  Lastly, little things to plan out after the deployment.   The Company Let’s assume that we are working with 57 employees who needs the tablet for daily use.  I would prefer to order 57 plus 10 more just in case a tablet breaks or malfunctions in the future.  By doing this, you can replace the broken tablet with a new tablet for the staff to use temporary.  In the meantime, you can repair the tablet if you have the skills to.  If the screen breaks, it can be easily replaced, but can take a couple of days to order and repair it.  After that, the employee can have their tablet back and resume back to where they left off.   The Budget Each tablet costs around $170 with a front cover.  The total would be around $12k which can be pricey, but you must lose some to win some.  Samsung also is a well-respected company which produces reliable devices for the world.  This tablet will last at least 2 years before the newest hot products hit...

Planning a Business Trip to Madrid, Spain

So, I understand that you want to plan a business trip to Madrid, Spain, but do not have a single thought of how to prepare for it.  Now we are on the same boat.  I hope to travel internationally one day and try to prepare myself for when that day comes.  I have recently just came back from Wisconsin Dells and paid $250 which covered the cabin, food, and gas, and anything else.  Since we went as a group, the money was split evenly per couple.  Now I did not plan much because the trip was just a little get away with some friends and family.  On the day of departing, I decided to bring $300 in cash just in case there were places to explore.  After the week, I came back with a little over $100 because of the store and outlet mall.  Now I have a little knowledge of how to prepare myself for next time.  As we go through this guide, these are my opinions on how to get yourself started.  Here are a few tips and some pointers to help you start planning your trip without the headache. Scheduling flight/hotel – For this I have booked a 5 day (Mon-Fri) trip Use trip advisor to look up flights Trip advisor is a great search engine to look for the cheapest deals. You can choose what airline to fly on, how many stops, and many more. A round trip costs as low as $1310, but may take up to a day to arrive Booking a flight and hotel will save you half the trouble of looking...

CompTia Net+(Network Plus) – How to get your certification in Milwaukee Area

Set a goal on what you are going to accomplish Earning that Net+ Certificate! This is your number one goal. If succeeding, you are then qualified to present yourself as a technician who has the knowledge in networking.  This certification proves that you stand out of the crowd and is ready show your strength. Continue to learn even after the test This maybe crazy, but refreshing your memory, even with the basics, will make everything else perfect sense. As your passion grows towards networking, so will your knowledge.   Study for the test Take the course (IT Net 101) offered by MATC for a better experience. MATC offers the class which will walk you through every step to earn that certification.  Taking the course will not guarantee that you will know every question, it is still good to study outside of class in case some notes were not covered in the course. If no course taken, no problem! As long as you have a passion to study for the test. You are not required to take the course to earn the certificate. Some people can self-teach to take the exam.  If you feel that you are strong enough without a mentor, feel free to carve your own path. Recommend on studying from one or two books if possible Understand that one book might not cover all the details and another book may have extra useful information that will come in handy. Sometimes the second book can be a part 2 to what you are learning. Watch videos from CBT Nuggets (big bonus) CBT Nuggets stands for Computer Based Training....