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In-depth Inventory and Assessment eases Windows Server 2003 Migration

A successful migration from Windows 2003 begins with taking a complete inventory of all connected instances, applications (whether Microsoft, custom, or third party), workloads, databases, and dependencies. Identifying, and then assessing their value/necessity, enables companies to create a well-organized project plan that not only makes efficient use of time and resources, but also safeguards adherence…
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8 IT Business Analyst Job Interview Tips

So you finally landed the IT Business Analyst interview you’ve worked so hard to get? Lucky you! This article contains some tips to help you prepare for the big day. I’ve also included some tips you can apply if you find yourself in an assessment center-like setting.   1. Think through all the IT Business…
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10 things .NET developers should do in 2015

It is important in the world of software development that every developer re-train and update their skills regularly.  Failure to do so will probably result in stagnation and loss of earnings over an extended period. There has been a massive shift over the last few years from development of traditional desktop applications being written in…
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Sample Resume for an Experienced QA Software Tester

A commonly asked question, mostly by newcomers into IT, is- “Do you have a sample software testing resume that I can use?” Sure, we all learn by seeing. To begin with we need to establish a point of reference, so there is no harm in checking out someone else’s resume.  However, relying completely on it…
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