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Guide Getting hired for Information Technology Job

Guide Getting hired for Information Technology Job

Preparing for the Interview           Preparing for an interview for yourself can take a lot of groundwork and sometimes tend to be nerve-racking. It is very important to set the phase and be aware of the essentials things that you need to do before heading for an interview. There are pointers, basics approach and how to deliver a successful interview. Interview is the pinnacle of any job application. The interview will determine whether you are the right candidate for the job. For Information Technology jobs, there is the technical interview is unlike any other job interview. The Technical interview specialized on problem solving abilities, coding skills, personality, etc. Also, the thing about Technical interviews in involves challenges and assignments. They are more than a typical question-and-answer interview. Companies looks for a person who can tackle real case scenario  issues that you might be facing in the real world and the ability to troubleshoot the technology to a certain extent. Total preparation start to finish would be the main key here in order to succeed. How to research organization in preparation for the interview?               Spending some time to research on the company that you will be interviewing will give you an eye-opener of what the company provides liked their products or services. The goal here is to learn more about the company. The mission and vision statement is a great way to understand how the company operates. The organization’s website would be the first landing page that you need check on. It is crucial to know what kind of...

New features of latest Windows 10 Update

One of the most important features of Microsoft Windows 10, going back to when it was first released back in 2015, is that Microsoft promises to continue pushing out major feature updates every 6 months or so. This appears to be the case as over the last few years the operating system has seen some very interesting updates, features and add-ons. This article will explore each of the most recent updates and what they mean for the information technology professional. 1709: The Fall Creators Update, or update 1709, introduced Windows Autopilot. Windows Autopilot streamlines the Windows client deployment process. It is used by creating a settings and configuration profile. When a new computer is deployed with Windows 10 on the domain, Autopilot allows the IT professional to automate the Windows setup process. New and expanded Windows analytics tools allow mre clarity and control over operating system functionality, such as driver compatibility, post upgrade health reports, and advanced report filtering capabilities. Device Health is a new device analytics app that, among other things, identified which apps and drivers crash frequently. Microsoft with 1709 also released new Windows Security baselines, which are recommended default security settings. 1803: S mode is a feature in this version of Windows update that removes a large deal of functionality from the operating system, essentially “locking” it, preventing users from negatively affecting performance. In S mode, users can only download and install approved apps form the Microsoft Store. Windows Kiosk deployment allows IT pros to set up windows-based kisosks much more easily. Windows 10 subsrictopn activation now allows a virtualized machine to inherit activation from the...

Deploying iPhone XS Max’s to Employees

  In this scenario, we will be in charge of researching and coming up with a project plan to deploy iPhone XS’s to the employees in the company you work for. This is a pretty big undertaking and will take some time, so make sure you give yourself enough time and stick to your schedule. Again, as we have in our other project examples, I recommend using a Gantt chart to help you keep things in order. The Gantt chart is for you to keep a schedule and planning everything out so that you complete the project you are working on when it is supposed to be. In my sample Gantt chart, you can see that I have listed some of the task that I felt I would need to get done in order to properly get this project complete. This includes learning more about the devices we would be deploying and also trying to figure out how much it would cost the company. Here is an example of how I would go about completing this project if I were on the team that was put in charge of this project. For this project, the company would like for us to deploy iPhone XS’s to all employees. The number of employees that are currently working for the company is 100 and all are located locally. All of the devices will be required to have protective cases provided by the company so that the devices will have an extra layer of protection. This is because there will be no extra warranties or protection plans added to the bill for the...
How to negotiate salary and benefits for IT Computer Support Job

How to negotiate salary and benefits for IT Computer Support Job

As a potential or current employee, negotiating salary and benefits can be quite challenging and stressful but with proper knowledge and idea you will be able to conquer all these problems in no time. Making sure you and your employer are on the right on the track and expectation so that everything should fall in place. There are just several factors and variables that you need to understand and be aware of. How to do your research on salaries, based on the job title and responsibilities Make sure you do some background research to find out what salary is going for and the type of job that you will be offered. Good resources are salary.com, indeed.com, government census stats, salary reports issued by various tech job search firms, discussion with people who have a similar job, etc. Read Salary surveys and reports. Research on salaries and average raises. Compare current market standards for job title and responsibilities. Finding salary reports for your position in your area? Which tools are available? How to interpret information in the tools correctly? There are just various salary reports that can you relay on. It is a matter how you will use it as your reference. Making sure you have the right salary reports for your position and setting your standards appropriately. Here are examples of websites you can utilize salary reports for your job position. salary.com indeed.com glassdoor.com bls.gov How to negotiate so you do not break relationship? This is where you need to have the approach and style. Creating a leverage for negotiation for you but still maintaining the business relationship with...