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A Virtual Systems Engineer has to provide technical support and help on critical issues to customers, sales team, and partners. Being primarily a technical sales professional, this individual has to work with the applicants to suggest and develop the right solution offerings.

Virtual Systems Engineers should be well versed with various types of products and technologies and handle most requests through virtual tools, such as Telepresence, WebEx, and so on.

They must be willing to work flexible hours and have to be excellent in interpersonal skills, as they would have to interact with all teams within an organization.

Virtual Systems Engineers need to keep track of what is trending in the information technology landscape, must have in-depth knowledge of security products portfolio of Cisco or other technologies, have experience in administration of Windows 2008/2012 server, manage LAN and WAN architectures, which consist of several products from Cisco and other vendors, and must have the ability to evaluate the requests satisfactorily and identify their magnitude correctly.

Furthermore, they should work on drafting technical responses to RFPs (request for proposals) and the approach for it, such as products, software, services, and solutions.

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ravi teja Oct 23 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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Wireless Site Surveys are conducted using devices and software that collect and analyses WLAN metrics and RF spectrum properties. Valid range is set defining the area in which wireless connectivity is required. During the survey, a surveyor walks the facility with a portable computer that continuously records data. Each location surveyed is marked manually or through GPS and these statistics are collected:

There are three types of site survey in which a specialist performs:

  • Passive:
    In this type of survey, WLAN traffic is monitored to detect possible access points and measure the signal strength and noise level.
  • Active:
    During the active survey wireless adapters are associated with multiple access points. The active survey checks the performance post-deployment the wireless network. If any error is found for data transfer, then it can be fixed.
  • Predictive:
    In this type of survey, the RF modeling is created using mockup tools. Virtual access points are placed on the given area of the network to estimate the expected coverage.

Additionally, spectrum analyzers are also used to measure the primary source of RF activity.

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ravi teja Oct 22 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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A PC Engineer specializes in all of the internal electronic components of personal computers. PC Engineers, at times referred to as hardware engineers, troubleshoot and test new designs of hardware as well as computer parts such as microchips, modems and other related components. They provide services and technical support to individual computer systems. In our digital age, PC Engineers remain essential to Telecom and IT departments.

They assemble, configure and maintain the hardware and software of personal and corporate computer systems. In an organization, PC Engineers are accountable for managing IT networks, the set-up of routers, installation of PC software and  and providing tech support to both internal and external customers.

PC Engineers often work with PC’s internal and external along with a range of accessories such as printers, keyboards, modems, . They help an organization or individuals increase productivity by ensuring zero downtime.

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ravi teja Oct 18 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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Wireless Site Surveys are conducted using devices and software that collect and analyses WLAN metrics and RF spectrum properties. Valid range is set defining the area in which wireless connectivity is required. During the survey, a surveyor walks the facility with a portable computer that continuously records data. Each location surveyed is marked manually or through GPS and these statistics are collected:

Freelance Wireless Site Survey Specialists are trained professionals who survey proposed wireless network installations. Their work identifies potential:

  • Coverage
  • Data Rates
  • Network Capacity
  • Roaming Capability
  • Quality of Service (QoS)

A well-performed wireless site survey is essential to creating a wireless network delivered on time and within budget.

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ravi teja Oct 17 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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They must also install and maintain security, anti-virus solutions and firewall, configure and maintain operating systems and software applications, backup devices, and suggest ideas for improving service desk functions and service delivery regularly. They must monitor service-level agreements (SLAs) and ensure that there are no breaches. They are required to work in the open source environment and understand and resolve issues there as well, must provide support to disaster recovery solutions, and have the ability to comprehend how business applications work.

Their other duties include improving customer services, helping in developing competent service desk tools, procedures, and making sure that they address requests promptly.

Although it is being expected that service desk help will be automated with the entry of chatbots to provide service 24/7 to customers in the near future, human intervention would continue to be an essential element of customer services. Moreover, with the exponential adoption of mobile devices, there will be a need for more Service Desk Engineers to provide support services.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics , as enterprises upgrade their software and hardware, the need for support services in the future will increase. It adds that jobs for computer support specialists are expected to grow 11 percent during the 2016 -2026 period.

The average annual salary for an IT Service Desk Engineer is $46,425, according to payscale.com

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ravi teja Oct 16 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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A technician’s job is an ideal platform for people who want to rise to higher positions in the IT field. As they interact a lot with senior , it provides them with an opportunity to learn new skills.

Since they work on a help desk, their ability to communicate and think analytically improves, as they also learn to adapt to ever-changing IT landscapes by researching how to resolve many different types of problems. Moreover, this job will also help them understand issues from the users’ standpoint.

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that job opportunities for computer user support specialists, which includes Service Desk Technicians, would grow 12% between 2014 and 2024.

This position requires a bachelor’s degree in computer science or information technology. Candidates should have at least two years of experience in information technology surroundings. Employers prefer CompTIA A+ certification.

Candidates should possess strong communication skills in order to work with both IT specialists and non-IT employees. They must demonstrate the competency in troubleshooting. Technicians work flexible hours to support operations of a company or organization around the clock. They need to be able to multi-task and document several tasks at once. Finally, knowledge of Citrix Management console software enhances marketability.

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ravi teja Oct 12 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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The job of these engineers includes planning, designing, implementing, and testing of all aspects of wireless networks. For this, they need to understand in detail the network topologies and communication protocols, the various wireless devices, and switching products. Also, they suggest recommendations for improving network architecture to meet changing business requirements.

They are also responsible for creating documentation for best practices of wireless LANs, securing infrastructure of the network by deploying firewall and anti-virus software, analyzing network performance of mobile applications, verifying the performance and quality of radio frequency (RF), and devising plans for optimizing the wireless network, among others.

Moreover, they should know enterprise routing protocols, such as BGP, OSPF, and EIGRPP and so on.

To become a WiFi Network Engineer, a candidate must have at least a bachelors’ degree in engineering, information systems, and computer sciences or any other related disciplines. Individuals endeavoring to work in this field should also be proficient in troubleshooting and diagnostics, problem-solving, communication and documentation, time management, and network specifications.

Furthermore, they require certifications, such as Certified Wireless Network Professional (CNWP), Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) or Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) or Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) or Aruba Certified ClearPass Professional (ACCP) to be abreast of the latest in wireless networking.

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ravi teja Oct 11 '18 · Tags: jobs, network, technology, telecom
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These technicians are the primary pillar of any IT and Telecom department. They are tasked with servicing the company’s computers and also monitoring networks either on-site or remotely. Below are some of the essential responsibilities of an IT Service Technician:

  • Ensuring that all systems are working properly
  • Performing basic computer hardware/software installation and configuration
  • Maintaining incident records and its resolution
  • Maintaining and updating the server logs of the incident and its resolution
  • Configuring and installing of new IT equipment
  • Identifying and resolving issues regarding software, hardware, and operating system
IT Service Technicians work for an average of 40 to 45 hours a week. An individual can work in different shifts with a rotational week off. Most of the companies have different shifts for IT Service Technicians because the systems need 24/7 monitoring. An IT Service Technician needs to be flexible since they may be required to travel to a client’s location to resolve an IT related issue.

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ravi teja Oct 10 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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An Outside-Plant Engineer (OSP) plays a prominent role within the Telecom Industry. The primary responsibility of an OSP Engineer revolves around the construction and maintenance of plant infrastructure, design, and engineering as well as a providing a route analysis of underground & aerial fiber optic installations. These engineers are the backbone of telecom and service provider companies since they are the primary designers of the entire Fiber network.

The Outside-Plant Engineer provides immediate assistance to clients when issues arise. For example, if a climatic problem exists, they ensure that all of the new installations are in place and that system productivity is not affected.

The OSP candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering or any field related to it. They can pursue electrical and/or electronics engineering, electrical and/or electronics communications engineering or telecommunications engineering. These courses will provide extensive knowledge on various subjects such as fiber optic cable splicing, CAD, networking and other related fields.

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ravi teja Oct 8 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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Wireless/WiFi Network Engineers design, implement, maintain, and resolve issues of an organization’s wireless LAN and other emerging wireless technologies, such as WiFi, WAP, and WiMax. They are also responsible for supporting an enterprise’s WiFi hardware and software and improving them to the satisfaction of the client’s business requirements.

As individuals within this position play a unique role and bridge the gap between members of the network team and clients, they must have strong written and spoken communication skills.

The job of these engineers includes planning, designing, implementing, and testing of all aspects of wireless networks. For this, they need to understand in detail the network topologies and communication protocols, the various wireless devices, and switching products. Also, they suggest recommendations for improving network architecture to meet changing business requirements.

They are also responsible for creating documentation for best practices of wireless LANs, securing infrastructure of the network by deploying firewall and anti-virus software, analyzing network performance of mobile applications, verifying the performance and quality of radio frequency (RF), and devising plans for optimizing the wireless network, among others.

Read More : Freelance Wifi Network Engineer

ravi teja Sep 28 '18 · Tags: network, technology, telecom
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