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Improve VoIP Call Quality

Post by neomirav » Thu Feb 20, 2020 3:46 pm

Ways to Improve VoIP Call Quality:

If you've bought a business Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephone service, then you're without a doubt appreciating the bliss of lower calling rates just as incorporating your phone data with your other business applications, particularly your customer relationship management (CRM) software and your help desk operation.

If you're encountering interference, then verify on which frequency your phone runs. If you have a 5.8-GHz phone, then change to a 2.4-GHz phone (a few telephones even let you choose). Also, generally, home and small company routers, as well as most Wi-Fi, range extenders, offer the capacity to either choose whether to run in the 2.4-GHz versus 5-GHz spectrums or run both at the same time, permitting you to choose which traffic will run in which spectrum. Check with your VoIP provider's service professionals and ask about ideal performance for their specific platform.

When in doubt, Hire an Expert

Of course, DIY is a part of present-day VoIP's attraction. Indeed, even business-grade VoIP providers regularly tout that it is so easy to "get up and running fast." And as we saw when we tried these products, that is generally true. But, when you've hit a performance catch where calls are confused or even dropping in some cases, and you've exhausted both your in-house expertise and your customer service rep's calling script, it's an ideal opportunity to consider hiring outside help.

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Hourly-Based Engineer Jobs - Free Sign Up

Post by neomirav » Thu Feb 27, 2020 9:08 am

Which skills are in demand?

There is a high demand for various skills in the IoT market. This is something to be thankful for. Regardless of whether you need to get into security, embedded programming, cloud networking or some other specialization, skilled software engineers with a solid drive toward self-improvement will see an abundance of opportunities.

From the hardware side, there is an increasing demand for RF engineering. A lot of organizations working in IoT may already have mechanical and electrical architects ready, however, individuals with a pure focus on RF engineering are harder to come by.

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Cisco Certified Network Associate

Post by neomirav » Thu Mar 05, 2020 1:51 pm

Cisco retools CCNA, CCNP, and CCIE includes DevNet Associate and Professional certifications

Cisco announced upgrades to its certification and training program on Monday (2nd Mar 2020). The program presently includes Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP), and Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) written tests, as well as brand new Cisco DevNet Associate Cisco DevNet Professional exams.

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Candidates who have certifications on their resume are showing that they have up-to-date skills and can exhibit those skills, which is appealing for hiring managers.

Career opportunities for CCNA

As per the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, there is a normal rise of 8 percent in job openings. The elements that add to the growth are more utilization of web and networking technologies in the work environment. Later on, it is the healthcare and computer systems design divisions that would need to employ these experts. But, simultaneously, different fields will witness a moderate growth rate because of the utilization of cloud computing.

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7 Things You Should NEVER Do in an Interview

Post by neomirav » Tue Mar 10, 2020 12:21 pm

1) Turn up late. You'd be amazed at what number of candidates burst through the door hot, bothered and LATE.

2) Dress Inappropriately. Knowing what to wear can be a tough call.

3) Fail to prepare.

4) Lie.

5) Bad-mouth your previous boss.

6) Let your body language trip you up.

7) Be impolite to the receptionist.

Also Read: Common Job interview questions

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Making Freelance Field Engineer Careers Successful

Post by neomirav » Thu Mar 12, 2020 9:48 am

Five Important Traits of a Successful Freelance Field Engineer

It is pretty clear that to be a successful freelance IT field engineer, you should have the knowledge, skills, and experience to carry out your job responsibility appropriately and effectively. What isn't as clear is that there are different attributes you should have so as to develop your customer base and step ahead of the competition. Making sure to consistently show these five qualities to existing and potential future clients will work well for you:
  • Show a Professional Attitude. Showing your skill, regardless of whether on the telephone or face to face, is basic to your success.
  • Be Courteous to Your Customers. As a freelance field engineer, you will meet a wide range of individuals.
  • Be on Time.
  • Be Technically Assertive. You never know what kind of project you will be assigned with.
  • Look for Reviews and Complaints.
Showing the above attributes is fundamental for any freelance field engineer since buyers today need something beyond low prices. Client service and quality of service are equally important, and they can be the main factors between gaining business or losing it to a contender.

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7 IoT Certifications to Enhance Your Career Prospects in 2020

Post by neomirav » Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:33 pm

As a software engineer, computer engineer, full-stack developer or some other IT professional, new career openings mean better salary, advantages, growth, and all the more successful professional experience. Yet, a few openings don't come easily except if you have the right certifications.

1. Internet of Things: Cisco

2. Introduction to the Internet of Things (Graduate Certificate): Stanford School of Engineering

3. Internet of Things Foundation Series: AWS

4. Internet of Things (Certain Individual Courses): Microsoft

5. Internet of Things Foundation Certification: Cloud Credential Council

6. Introduction to Programming the Internet of Things Specialization: UCI Division of Continuing Education

7. IoT Professional Program: IoT-Inc.

These courses give an overview of IoT and zones that will matter to its experts, for example, sensors, circuits, networking, embedded systems and applications. In spite of the fact that these are basic courses & noncredit, it's a stepping-stone to the college's IoT graduate certificate.

Additionally Read: What is Computer System Engineering? Career Opportunities

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The wireless network planning checklist

Post by neomirav » Fri Mar 20, 2020 10:35 am

Coverage. The main, to some degree obvious stage in wireless network planning, is to define where the company needs coverage. This step incorporates investigating geographical considerations, like site locations, but in addition, it extends out to environmental and seasonal factors. For instance, teams should assess the network during peak business times to decide perfect performance requirements consistently. Teams need to focus on difficult coverage areas that may have thick dividers, metal environments, refrigeration or different elements that could interfere with radiofrequency and access points (APs).

Capacity. The subsequent stage is to estimate your company's expected growth. Discover what number of clients are presently on the network and what number of might join sooner in the future. IT teams shouldn't stop for a second to get some information about the chance of any business acquisitions that could include new network clients. This step is also when teams should investigate the types of applications that the network needs to support now and in the next few years.

Applications. The third stage is to dive further into the company's application requirements. IT teams should put forth the best effort to ensure the network is lined up with business needs, including mission-critical applications and workflows. These considerations could also incorporate mobile support, workforce policy updates, marketing activities, and guest Wi-Fi. Also, teams shouldn't neglect to evaluate data-heavy and bandwidth-intensive applications, as IoT and video streaming.

Security. In spite of the fact that security planning can be hard, companies can still benefit from the planning procedure and find a way to make sure about the wireless network. Investigate security features like wireless intrusion prevention and detection, two-layer authentication, role-based access, and firewalls.

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Work From Home - Printer Technician Jobs

Post by neomirav » Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:31 am

Numerous organizations utilize 3D printing, a type of additive manufacturing, for prototyping or turning out production parts. It is a PC based procedure that lays down layer after layer of a product until it is finished. The procedure utilizes metal or plastics and starts with a 3D digital model of the final object.

Give close attention to your printer's adjustment and maintenance.

Each 3D printer has features and techniques that improve print quality. And, printers ought to be maintained to get the best print. For instance, the printer's rails should be cleaned and greased up. Also, the gantry should be at the same height on the two sides of your printer uses stepper motors. Additionally, check whether there are any weak spots in the frame. Fix all bolts and make sure the firmware updated according to the manufacturer's suggestions.

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Required Skills for a Printer Technician:
  • Knowledge of Basic Networking.
  • Computer and analytical skills.
  • Prior experience in the maintenance and repair of printers manufactured by HP, Brother, Lexmark, Okidata, Xerox.
  • Possess excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Complete all administrative aspects of the job on time and error-free.

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