Annas Jan is an Associate Instructor at QuickStart Technologies. He received his Bachelors Degree in IT/Telecommunication from Iqra University. He has also earned several certifications including CCNA Routing and Switching, CCNP, and Microsoft's Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012.
With IT background in networking and SQL, he has previously worked as an IT Support Officer at Iqra University and Technical Support Agent at PTCL. He possesses core competencies in CompTIA based courses. He also has practical and theoretical knowledge in Cisco Routing & Switching, CEH, and ITIL based technologies. Learn More about his experiences and expertise by following this blog.
ITIL is not an entry-level certification and certainly has tons of benefits to offer you if you want to carve yourself a promising career in the IT landscape. This certification primarily helps the person to understand a variety of IT-based needs from the user's perspective and aligning the IT needs in accordance with the decisive requirements of the clients. In today's world, the ITIL certification is an emerging standard that helps the businesses to have IT services in a managed way that is economical and also offers extreme quality in the process of doing so.
In any network, Internet Protocol (IP) addressing is expected to guarantee that information is sent to the right beneficiary or device. Both IPv4 and IPv6 address plans are managed by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). A large portion of the web that we realize today depends on the IPv4 addressing scheme is the prevalent technique for transferring information on both the web and private networks.
The CCNP certification is designed for experts looking for specific training programs for the implementation, maintenance, and planning of Cisco’s wide range of high-end network solution products. This amazing certification covers of a wide range of courses, which spread the fundamentals of computer networking.
You must have heard about CCNA, right? The CCNA certification falls in the category of entry-level certification in the field of computer networking. The CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification was created by Cisco to test a competitor's information on networking at a basic level. This certification breaks down the beginner’s capacity for the installation, configuration, operation, and troubleshooting of medium-size switched and routed networks.
Change is inevitable, is an adage, and quite right it is. However, the focus should be on evolving stronger and adapting to variations to move towards success. It is the same for an individual and an organization. A dynamic company that focuses constantly on modifying and implementing new methods in its production is a company that keeps growing. When we talk about the IT service management sector, ITIL is the best process to implement.
Management is a simple word to say, but managing even a simple thing takes a lot of hard work and sleepless nights. When we talk about the management of services in an IT organization, there are not many options to choose from. ITSM (IT service management) is the best in those limited options. It is the activities and practices that we perform to design, implement, deliver, and manage the IT services. These services are asked by an organization to meet its IT needs. It is to make sure that the proper combination of technology, people, and processes are in the right place to provide the value.
The tech world offers fabulous career opportunities. If you have the right IT certifications, then you can assemble a resume that stands out among other different contenders. One of the surefire approaches to boost your paycheck is through certifications in specific fields. If you’re an IT guy working in any field like cybersecurity, data analysis, system administration, or networking there are a ton of certifications out there to feature your skill.
Whenever we hear the term IT or information technology, we always think of computers. We believe it is anything to do using computers, but it is not the complete truth. The real definition of IT is that it is the technology that involves development, maintenance, computers, software, and networks for data processing and data distribution. This definition is defined in the Merriam-Webster dictionary. According to that, the term IT was used in 1978 for the first time. The thing to notice here is that we are using computers for data processing. By that means, the fabricating of a computer has nothing to do with IT, neither the hand-operated processing of information. Yes, there were computers before the invention of IT, but we mostly used them for complicated calculations. When we started doing sorting and indexing of data with computers, it was the time information technology was invented.