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To acquire an appropriate position in a growth-oriented Organization, where my knowledge and skills could contribute to the Organization’s prosperity. Key Skills IT Skills: I am a CCNA certified. Worked as a network analyst, network designer and network administrator. I am very confident with all windows office applications. Very confident with Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash (CS3, CS4, CS5) etc. Experienced with Hardware and software problem solving and repairing. Worked as a onsite and remote technician. Very comfortable with windows XP, 7, 8, server 2003 etc. Installing of windows XP, 7, 8 etc and Anti-viruses, Drivers all its contents. Hardware repairing PC, Laptops. Trouble-shooting windows and its contents. Key networking skills: Install, configure and test a routers, switches, hubs and servers. Install and configure client-server applications and services. Install, configure and test network security. Install, configure and test an internet protocol network. Install, operate and troubleshoot a small enterprise branch network. Manage network and data integrity. Install and manage a server. Identify, evaluate and apply current industry-specific technologies to meet industry standards. Locate and troubleshoot IT equipment, system and software faults. Install and maintain valid authentication processes. Manage network security. Build a highly secure firewall. Build and configure a server. Install and manage complex networks. Implementing network design according to clients needs or organization’s budget. Education Summary
Computer studies JCITMS 2008-2010

High levels The Educators Certificate IV IT (Networking) Diploma in IT (Networking) Bachelors in IT (Networking) M.I.T (ballarat)

2005-2007

Employment Summary Professional People Install, configure and test a routers, switches and servers. Install, configure and test network security. Install, configure…...

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