Computer networking as a career path

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Technology and the constant advances in technology are changing the way we live and work. Computer networking is an engineering discipline that aims to study and analyse the communication process among various computing devices or computer systems that are linked, or networked, together to exchange information and share resources. Computer networking depends on the theoretical…

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Computer Networking the engine that runs the Internet

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Who runs the World? Computer Networkers Do… Let’s take the simple example of accessing or sharing your information with your friends. Photos, email, messages etc. one of the most common task which people around the globe perform daily life. Now imagine if this sharing was done manually. It would be a time-consuming process and in…

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Why are you the best person for the role?

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To be successful, you need to be prepared. Meaning: do your research. Find out as much as you can about the organisation you are applying too / having an interview with: it’s history, corporate culture, competitors, future plans. Think about and plan for what kinds of interview questions might you be asked?  What skills, experience and qualities…

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Stand apart from other candidates

Hi everyone, We wanted to share something with you. Last week a number of staff from Computer Power Institute met with industry representatives who are out there every day talking to their clients, working on internal systems, looking at, and implementing innovative solutions. One of the things that definitely came through loud and clear was their view…

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You’ve got one-tenth of a second to impress

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Oops too late! Talking on your phone, playing games while waiting for your interview … is an absolute no no. Switch your phone off or to silent and put it away until after the interview. Basically it’s all over.  Too late to make up ground and make a good impression. The first thing an interviewer is…

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The real cost of mistakes in a resume

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If you are applying for a role with a salary of, let’s say $60k (package) and you have written a 350-word application/covering letter and you divide 350 into the 60K … it means every word on that page has a potentially value of $171.42. Let’s have some fun with this 3 spelling mistakes – deduct…

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