I am looking to get into the it business and was wondering what it certifications should I get.
asked May 31 '12 at 23:41
depends on what sector the IT bussiness is a very broad term ..
ya wanna work for pixar studios writing programming and animating or ya wanna be the guy who works at pixar changing the light bulb in the desk lamp so the guys who do the animating can see there keyboards ..
seriously its a big feild, the sound men and canera men for the local news these guys are in the IT field as well as the guys who run the lighting for concerts and plays programming cable installers people who work inside the local phone company today disc jockeys are part of the IT business the sound guys at your local churches, even auto mechanics today need work in IT diagnostics for repair and vehicle inspections ..
answered Jun 01 '12 at 00:29
almost anything you have you can put on a resume to get started I mean above and beyond schooling that will be necessary is better then a blank resume ..
The traditional computer-based technologies Standard Office Applications - Main Examples Word processing, Spreadsheets,
Database software E.g. Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Access; Managing data in many forms, from basic lists (e.g. customer contacts through to complex material (e.g. catalogue) Presentation software E.g. Microsoft PowerPoint; make presentations, either directly using a computer screen or data projector. Publish in digital format via email or over the Internet Desktop publishing E.g. Adobe Indesign, Quark Express, Microsoft Publisher; produce newsletters, magazines and other complex documents. Graphics software E.g Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator; Macromedia Freehand and Fireworks; create and edit images such as logos, drawings or pictures for use in DTP, web sites or other publications
Specialist Applications -Accounting package,Computer Aided Design,Customer Relations Management
Traditional Computer Based Technologies,Internal networks inside lans and the various hardware, software external wans software and hardware