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Direct-hire Network Administrator Opportunity with a Great Company in Richardson, TX

Network Administrator

Description:

The candidate’s primary role will be to support health of our network and storage environments. The candidate will be an integral part of the team providing solutions to support the company’s continued growth, with a focus on monitoring, security, troubleshooting, and other procedures to maximize availability and uptime.

Responsibilities:

  • Troubleshoot and resolve problems with storage and network infrastructure
  • Maintains network performance by performing network monitoring and analysis, and performance tuning; troubleshooting network problems; escalating problems to vendor
  • Upgrades network by conferring with vendors; developing, testing, evaluating, and installing enhancements
  • Establishes network specifications by analyzing workflow, access, information, and security requirements; designing router administration, including interface configuration and routing protocols
  • Provide technical assistance to help desk teammates and end-users with complex network, hardware and software issues
  • Analyze network hardware needs and requirements for existing and future company initiatives
  • Must be able to work extended hours in the event of network outages and planned patching and deployment
  • Work with Information Security team to maintain network security for LAN and WAN traffic
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Experience:

  • 5+ years of network administration and monitoring
  • Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience
  • Proficient knowledge in server, storage, and network architecture
  • Experience with Windows Server 2008 through 2012 R2
  • Working knowledge of storage protocols such as SAS, SATA, iSCSI, DFS
  • Proficient knowledge of networking protocols such as TCP/IP, NFS, CIFS, IPSec, VoIP, FoIP, DNS, DHCP
  • Managing a multi-site wireless infrastructure
  • Working knowledge of SD-WAN technologies
  • Analytical skills to quickly assess problems or unusual situations, and develop solutions
  • Effectively operate in a multi-tasking environment
  • Demonstrated proficiency as a self-motivated professional
  • Strong communications and training skills, and the ability to communicate technical information to non-technical users.

Preferred Experience:

  • Dell Networking switches
  • Aruba / Dell / Aerohive wireless controllers and access points
  • Palo Alto firewalls
  • Silver Peak EdgeConnect
  • Solarwinds Orion
  • Dell Compellent
  • MCSA: SQL Server 2012 or higher certification.
  • CCNA or higher certification

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Direct-hire .Net Web Developer Opportunity in Downtown Dallas, TX 
Our downtown client is looking for a Senior .Net Web Developer.  The client wants someone who’s ambitious to learn and grow. They will be bringing in new technologies and wants someone who has ideas and who goes home at night and takes initiative to learn any new technologies that they implement. Continue educating themselves in technology. Not looking for someone who is an 8-5 person. Needs to love what they do and be outgoing.
They want to do releases every 6-8 weeks – plan: gather requirements, developer and roll them out. At some point the client will be moving to angularjs and bootstrap so they will be able to learn new technologies.

Salary: 90-100K
Web Senior Developer
At least 8-10 years of solid experience building enterprise web sites.
Experience in Microsoft development technologies is required.
Experience with hosting/configuring large scale web sites.
Experience with enterprise security.
Experience in working with remote resources (Near shore/offshore) is preferred and should be open to it.
Conversion of WordPress sites to enterprise web portals is required.
Positive attitude.
Office in downtown, No work from home policy.
Should expect fast paced environment with multiple priorities.
.net with a SQL Backend. Microsoft Stack Developer; this person will be converting all company websites and bring them in house to help business manage websites

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IT Workers Are Happy, But Will Still Leave for Something Better

Despite overall satisfaction with their current job situation, IT workers still show a readiness to jump ship when the next best thing comes along.

CIO — The majority of IT employees are engaged at work, loyal to their employers and inspired to do their best everyday, according to new survey findings from Randstad Technologies and Technisource. However, despite that, more than half (53 percent) are open to new employment opportunities, Think of it as the IT sector’s version of The Five Year Engagement, a new film about a couple that is happy to be engaged but put marriage plans on an indefinite hold.

"The takeaway for employers is that they use whatever means to create a strong bond with their employees by engaging, recognizing and empowering them in order to minimize attrition," said Bob Dickey, executive vice president of technologies at Randstad U.S.

The latest Randstad Engagement Index findings, conducted in February, surveyed 3,000 IT workers, nationwide. The Randstad Engagement Index measures the attitudes and perceptions impacting employee engagement within companies.

Looking at IT sector’s response to Randstad’s six components of engagement, the survey found the following:

  • 76 percent of IT employees are proud to work for their company
  • 63 percent of IT employees enjoy going to work every day
  • 75 percent of employees feel inspired to do their best each day
  • 68 percent of IT employees feel their efforts at work are recognized and valued
  • 67 percent indicate they trust their company leadership to make good decisions for the workforce
  • 67 percent of employees believe their company shares their values

Not only did the survey indicate that IT employees are clearly satisfied with their jobs and employers but 80 percent feel secure in their jobs, and they’re optimistic about the future:

  • More than three-fourths, or 77 percent, believe their company has a great future
  • 64 percent believe their company is making the right investments in their workforce for the future
  • 60 percent report being only a little or not at all concerned about having to take a pay cut

IT Workers Looking for the Next Best Thing

Despite the rosy relationship with their current job situation, IT respondents still showed a readiness to jump ship when the next best thing comes along. And, survey results indicate that 59 percent of respondents believe that those opportunities are on the horizon as more than half believe that the job market will pick up in 2012.

According to Dickey, opportunities in the IT sector are opening up with increasing pressure to find top talent. In fact, recent job demand in IT is for higher-level positions, such as project mangers, business architects and data analysts.

"What this tells us is that the economy is picking up as more companies start new project initiatives and make investments in infrastructure and development," he said. Dickey noted that improvements in IT job hiring is often a bell weather for overall employment growth.

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Modernization of IT: Solving a Legacy of Business Problems & Applications

Are we building applications or supporting the business?

I talk to a lot of CIOs. I met with one in early May who oversees the IT operation of a $6 billion yearly entertainment-related company with about 7,000 employees. This top-notch exec was all about transforming a huge investment in existing IT infrastructure into a new dynamic, extensible and agile platform that would propel the business forward – not hold it back. This guy is busy figuring out how to keep a Boeing 777 up in the air while simultaneously re-fitting aircraft to make it best-in-class.

That’s what IT should be all about.

But in some organizations, it’s not. Either the message from the top gets lost as it percolates down through the IT organization, or the message from the top isn’t the right one to begin with. Either way, for those unfortunate IT organizations, IT is a ball-and-chain that holds the enterprise back, rather than gives it the capability to move forward.

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Contract IT Procurement Specialist

POSITION SCOPE:

IT Procurement Specialist performs key activities in the area of procurement, asset management and supplier strategy, management and governance. The IT Procurement Specialist focuses on the execution of procurement activities, including the administration and oversight of the IT procurement process as well as tactical interactions with suppliers, contract negotiations, asset management processes and supplier governance activities, including measuring and monitoring supplier contracts and renegotiating contracts when necessary. Tracks and enforces service level and operating level agreements (SLAs and OLAs) in standard master services agreements. Maintains an “approved supplier list” and evaluates suppliers when needed to determine sourcing options. Has broad discretion in making tactical decisions and contributes to strategic decision making process. Decisions and achievement of results generally has a significant impact on the group’s overall success. Expected to propose innovative, high-impact changes in processes or strategies. This position is temporary and ends on 6/30/2011.

CORE SKILLS:

a. Excellent understanding of supplier management and asset management principles

b. Experience conducting strategic sourcing projects (RFx) for all IT related commodities

c. Ability to negotiate supplier agreements – commercial as well as non-commercial terms

d. Ability to develop and implement supplier metrics that improve quality, costs and benefits

e. Excellent written, verbal communication and presentation skills

f. Good time management skills and multi-tasking ability

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION

a. Bachelor’s Degree (Required) in Accounting/Finance/Business Administration

b. Graduate Degree (Preferred)

c. CPSM or CPM (Preferred)

EXPERIENCE

a. 5 or more years of work experience in Fortune 500 companies in Strategic Sourcing, Supplier management, Asset management and/or IT procurement areas

b. 7+ years of work experience

6. TERM:

a. The contract shall be in effect until 6/30/2011. The services outlined will commence immediately after completion of negotiations and award of contract.

b. Client reserves the right to extend the contract for additional time, subject to the mutual agreement between client and the supplier.

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Are resumes going the way of the Commodore computer? Could be. More than one-third of hiring and employment managers say resumes could be replaced by profiles on social media/business networking sites, according to a recent survey of 500 HR execs from OfficeTeam. And three-quarters of these managers say poor online etiquette can hurt a person’s career prospects. All of which lends some relevance to a new guide to proper use of these networks for professional purposes, released by Robert Half International, OfficeTeam’s parent company. “Etiquette breaches – such as impulsively posting an offensive comment on Facebook or Twitter – can have serious, career-impacting consequences,” says Brett Good, senior district president of Robert Half International. Among the “tech violator” types to avoid are The Venter, who clutters up his or her profile by ranting about pretty much everything, and the Cryptic Communicator, whose profile appears to be assembled out of nothing but coded phrases and obscure acronyms.

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ASP.Net web services

January 12th, 2011

ASP.Net web services

ASP.Net Programming is the fastest growing web development platform in the world today. Asp.net web applications are faster and provide better performance to your web applications. The .net developers make usage of advanced compilation and caching techniques to thereby making server applications faster in .NET Framework. Asp.net web development services also helps in increasing developer’s productivity. The .NET developers reap huge productivity gains by using .net class libraries helping in over all memory management. Asp.net web services helps in integration with Existing Systems to build dynamic web applications and also facilitates easy deployment. Asp.net web applications ensure mobility support and integration of over 20 programming languages to choose the best among them. Asp.net technology allows us to carry on the WEB almost all software solutions. You will be able to share any services and resources with users and customers. ASP.Net Programming, an advanced technology similar to the ASP Programming will automatically detect any changes, and then it will dynamically compile the files if needed, and stores the compiled results to reuse for subsequent requests. The dynamic compilation ensures that your application is always up to date, and this compiled execution makes it fast. The simplicity and speed of ASP.Net applications meets the highest modern standards. ASP.NET takes care of detecting the type of browser and browser compatibility issues when it generates code for a server control. The benefits of asp.net web services are it facilitates high speed of development, availability of cross-platform migration, increased productivity, reliability, security, access to the opportunities of .NET Framework Library, relatively short learning curve for developers, easy configurations of applications and security. ASP.Net technology helps in displaying data, validating user input, and uploading files in an easy way. The best feature of this is that it works in all browsers including Netscape, Opera, AOL, and Internet Explorer.

If you are looking to HIRE ASP .NET developer or Hire ASP.NET Programmer with very good experience in full life-cycle of Asp.net projects, then you are at the right place. Why Hire an ASP.NET programmer from Us? We give a lot of importance to customer satisfaction. ProVisionTech has been able to draw a profound line of quality work in ASP.NET development across the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

If you would like to hire asp.net developers or asp.net programmers, please Contact Us to work out the specific details for your asp.net requirements or call us at 972-200-7171. We will be glad to share our expertise with you.

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2011 will be a big year for IT change and growth, here is a look at a few predictions for how the IT industry will change.

2011 will be a big year for IT change and growth, especially as IT budgets are back on the rise – Gartner has even predicted that spending, specifically on IT, will increase by 60% (per employee). Here is a look at a few predictions on how the IT industry will change and grow over the next year:

A new hybrid desktop world is emerging, where users interact with multiple sessions (or “screens”). The primary screen for most users is still their local rich desktop that resides at their physical workstation, but more and more that’s being supplemented with a form of a virtual desktop. These can be hosted in the data center on Terminal Services, directly on a hypervisor, or on the client through type-1 or 2 hypervisors. In addition, multiple models for application delivery have emerged (i.e. application virtualization and streaming), which also cannot be effectively managed with legacy product sets. With all these new forms of desktop “screens”, hosting centers and application delivery mechanisms coming together, IT is facing major management challenges. Organizations need to look at a more strategic desktop management platform to help streamline the oversight of their desktops and also increase the automation functionality used in making updates and/or changes to this part of their environment. Most current models do not support this type of management. Some of the major technology providers, like Microsoft and Citrix provide multiple desktop and application delivery products, yet they do not currently provide a unified way of managing these related, yet disparate models. Now imagine trying to manage a multi-vendor delivery environment? The need for a unified management solution becomes crystal clear.

With Windows XP support ending at the end of this year, the need for a central management solution will also be enhanced by a predicted jump in the adoption rate for Windows 7 in 2011. During the Windows 7 migration, IT managers will face significant challenges when dealing with the reconfiguration of user settings, as with most updates of this kind. However, there is a solution to make this and future migrations easier. Separating a user’s desktop environment from the underlying operating system and hardware is one way to create an infrastructure that is more adaptable to change. This type of dynamic desktop environment allows IT to centrally manage changes like migrations or wide-spread updates without disrupting the access that employees need to their applications, data and printers, etc, and allowing users to retain their personal settings.

Security will also be extremely important in 2011, especially in the hybrid environments discussed above. Once the environment becomes centrally managed from a single console, security is simplified as it enables consistent security across the entire infrastructure. When considering security, the dynamic desktop environment should also employ a context aware approach. This is another area we expect to see growth continue in 2011. With this functionally, IT can determine which rights and limitations apply to a particular user based on their location or even time of day, and apply those rights to applications, data, printing and personal settings. As a result, IT can ensure that users get only the services they need, when they need them and also create rules to ensure certain sensitive applications, like financial databases, aren’t accessible from unsecure login points.

The last trend we see coming to light in 2011 is an increased demand for solutions that improve automation across infrastructures. This will be a critical feature in ensuring IT sees faster return on investment from all of its technology investments. After unifying and managing each desktop and application delivery platform, the end-user experience and

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IT Jobs That Need Filling

September 29th, 2010

Even with thousands upon thousands of experienced IT pros looking for work, many information technology executives say they are finding it difficult to find talented workers in several key areas of their organizations. Maybe they’re not trying hard enough, or maybe they’re just looking in the wrong places or maybe there exists a mismatch between available workers and the specific jobs open in today’s marketplace. IT staffing firm Robert Half Technology recently asked the following question of 1,400 IT leaders, from companies with more than 100 employees: “In which functional area is it most challenging to find skilled IT professionals?” The answer was something of a mixed bag and one that leaves many questions about the state of IT hiring.  The execs mentioned a number of specific tasks that are going begging, with spots in networking, security and help desk support taking the top spots. Only a relatively small fraction said they could find all the talent they need. Where are you experiencing problems in the job market?

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