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IT

“Information Technology” is a pretty broad term—it covers a whole range of digital career paths that  diverge into fascinating and lucrative specializations. If you’re looking to join the ranks of IT experts, it might seem a bit overwhelming to try to decipher exactly what these job titles all mean—especially if you’re just starting out. To save you a bit of work, we’ve collected some of the most common job titles you’ll come across during your research, and summarized what each job description typically looks like and what skills are needed.  Here are six different types of jobs in information technology.

1. Software and Application development

2. Data Center Solutions and Services

3. IT Consulting and Strategy

4. Computer Maintenance and Support

5. Disaster Recovery and Data Backup

6. Server Virtualization

Network Solution

At IT Network Solutions, we provide companies with the innovative computer network infrastructure design to facilitate optimum performance and availability. We understand that your computer network is a vital element of your business.  In this technology-oriented day and age, your enterprise is only as strong as the computer infrastructure that upholds it.  As more and more businesses reply on their voice and data communication networks, the availability, reliability, expandability and security of the network becomes mission-critical elements of your operation and are essential to your professional image and customer relationship. 

1.Structured Cabling 

2.Network  Security

3.Switching Solutions 

4. Routing Solutions

5.Wireless Solutions

 

Hardware Solution

 

No matter how much information you store on virtual servers or in the cloud, somewhere along the line, you are still going to need hardware. Whether they are on a desk or in someone’s bag, your endpoint systems allow your staff to access information wherever it is stored.In order to guarantee that your software runs effectively, you need to invest in hardware that is amply durable, reliable and efficient.

1. Switches 

2. Hubs 

3. Gateways

4. Access Points

5. Network Interface cards

6. Networking cables