7 to 9 yrs Apply extensive experience as a networking generalist or specialist. Requires experience with more than one of the LAN/WAN and network layer protocols. Possess broad knowledge of networking products. Understand advanced architecture principles and design practices. Understand advanced data com concepts. Ability to plan large projects and system wide problems. Exercises considerable latitude in determining technical objectives of assignment. Translates high level goals in to own work assignments. Interfaces cross-functionally and leads team collaboration extending beyond work group. Customer resolution requires excellent verbal skills and professional presentation. Mentors junior team members and resolves conflicts by fostering team communications. Provides technical guidance to small teams. Takes ownership for initiatives and code facets, and then drives ongoing evaluation and success. Determines own methods on issue resolution. Uses judgment to solve problems. Applies high degree of ingenuity using broad parameters for foundation of decisions.
Since 1990, Vistronix, LLC has been helping organizations gain a competitive advantage by ensuring enhanced performance of their enterprise IT solutions. As a leading information management, IT support services firm, we deliver expert solutions using a performance-driven, functional framework that improves organizational processes and supports business goals and objectives. Relying on industry- leading technologies, processes and organizational theories, Vistronix provides client-focused solutions, while ensuring immediate and lasting value. Our unique client-centric approach allows us to look at situations more effectively, rapidly driving innovations to shape usable and highly effective client solutions. Additionally, our Quality Management System (QMS) meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 and Level 2 process areas of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) staged representation.
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• To be an application expert in some areas and gain a good understanding of all applications to ensure support flexibility is maintained. Help build a strong and effective customer focused and professional team of application experts through coaching and facilitation. Be authoritative as an expert in a way that motivates staff, promotes continuous performance improvement and enables ITMS to deliver excellence based on meeting agreed targets and objectives
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This study is based on survey research design. Keeping the gaps and need of the time in view, the basic purpose of this survey was to get a broad understanding about various aspects of technical services. The survey was limited to all central libraries of HEC recognized universities in Lahore. The questionnaire was distributed in each ULL. The questionnaire contained both open and close ended questions, so it was analysed both qualitatively and quantitatively to reach at conclusions. Quantitative analysis was done with the help of Statistical Package for social Sciences (SPSS- version 17.0).The questionnaire was used as research tool and its copies were distributed among chief librarian, technical librarian and professional staff in the academic libraries of Lahore. A structured questionnaire was used as data collection instrument. Structured questionnaires are characterized by a group of provided fixed responses. The subjects of this study were Chief Librarian, Technical Services Librarians and Professional Staff working in the university libraries of Lahore. The updated list of public and private universities issued by Higher Education Commission was used to circulate questionnaire by post and by electronic means.
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information bestows and the governance modes for its management and use. Five political models are identified, ranging from ‘feudalism’, where business units define their own information needs and report limited information back to the firm, to ‘federalism’, where there is consensus and nego- tiation among business units on the use of information. Three important types of information behaviors are concerned with: sharing information (making information available to others); han- dling information overload (making information engaging so that the right people recognize and use the right information); and dealing with multiple meanings (creating a common understanding of concepts and terms used in an organization). Information staff includes information content and informationtechnology specialists who design, develop, train and coordinate the creation and use of information. Information processes describes how information work gets accomplished through determining information requirements, capturing information, distributing information, and using information. Information architecture provides a guide to the structure and location of information within the organization. It can either be descriptive, such as a map of the current information envi- ronment, or prescriptive, as in presenting a model of the information environment.
As information becomes a global commodity, so it can begin to be traded on that basis. Medline and ERIC can already be acquired on various bases, ranging from free to expensive, depending on how much added value the supplier provides. A next obvious step is time-shift purchase. It would make sense for UK libraries to purchase night-time only access to Australian based data (ie, day-time access in the UK), in order to smooth loads. Despite the rueful and widespread remark that WWW stands for World Wide Wait, little if any thought has thus far been given to database topology and how it can be bought and sold in relation to time. More generally, this can be seen as using professional skills to optimise value for money. Although initial interest has focused on content, there is a growing understanding that there are possibilities for new ways of offering services. Particular initial interest has been shown again in using time-shift to provide round the clock reference services in partnership with libraries in Australia. This would take advantage of the swiftness of Instant Messaging to use a fully staffed day-time library in Australia to deal with the minimal level of overnight inquiries in Scotland and vice versa. For the sake of some initial cost, but then marginal activity, it appears that an undreamt-of degree of comprehensiveness can be offered. We may expect that this initial thinking will lead to a flowering of distributed services whose costs can be borne jointly where they could not be supported individually.
• Create telecommunications budgets for large construction projects to be included as a line item in the overall project budget. This includes network hardware, wireless access points, telephone line cards and phone installations, outside plant copper and fiber cabling feeding the building, and the associated engineering time and materials. Example attached.
One does not have to look very far to see the impact and role informationtechnology plays in both our personal and professional lives. Although the economic impact on Rockingham County has been dismal, the rate of technological change and requirements has not slowed. In fact, it is times such as this that organizations realize the potential impact and role technology can play in improving efficiency and performance.
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BCG’s accounting system is capable of tracking labor services provided for GSA schedule contracts versus services provided for other Government contracts. BCG’s accounting manager has also incorporated into the accounting system the process for ensuring timely payment of the IFF on a quarterly basis. BCG completes the majority of its tasks with full-time staff. BCG staffs projects as needed and maintains enormous flexibility in changing its staffing levels to support contracts. BCG recently hired new programmers and new graphic designers, and could quickly and easily find additional IT professionals in the same manner if needed. BCG is primarily a telecommuting firm, which means that its pool of potential candidates is much larger than a traditional brick-and-mortar company. This is especially beneficial in the IT arena where experienced employees can be hard to find. BCG’s telecommuting flexibility also makes it a very attractive employer, allowing it to recruit top talent in a very competitive field. In addition, BCG maintains a number of technical and specialist contacts and utilizes this extensive list to fill both short-term and long-term assignments on certain contracts. BCG is confident that it can provide a well-qualified specialist to fill any position requirement for contract assignment that cannot be adequately filled with existing or newly-hired full-time staff members.
Functional Responsibility: The Systems Engineer will perform hardware/software analyses to provide comparative data of performance characteristics and suitability within the existing systems environment. Prepares trade-off studies and evaluations from test results. Develops test procedures and plans for system components and system environments. Will have specific experience in planning, designing and analysis of complex systems. This experience must have demonstrated knowledge of user technologies. Requires in depth knowledge of troubleshooting systems using state-of-the-art technology. Participates in all phases of hardware/software development with emphasis on the analysis, programming, testing, documentation and acceptance phases. Designs and prepares technical reports and related documentation, and makes charts and graphs to record results. Prepares and delivers presentations and briefings as required by the task.
Desktop Support Technicians are expected to resolve Client/caller generated trouble calls in a professional and efficient manner. Additionally they will work on special project/task assignments as necessary: to setup and configure new PCs; to maintain current version levels of desktop software; to install, upgrade or troubleshoot software; to conduct hardware and software inventories; to do minor hardware installations and modifications on existing PCs and other related tasks.
Organizations frequently must evaluate and select a variety of informationtechnology (IT) security services in order to maintain and improve their overall IT security program and enterprise architecture. IT security services, which range from security policy development to intrusion detection support, may be offered by an IT group internal to an organization, or by a growing group of vendors. Organizations can benefit when choices among services and service providers stimulate competition and bring innovation to the marketplace. However, it is difficult and challenging to determine service provider capabilities, measure service reliability and navigate the many complexities involved in security service agreements. Individuals who are responsible for selecting, implementing, and managing IT security services for an organization must carefully evaluate their options before selecting resources that will be entrusted to meet their particular IT security program requirements.