Microsoft’s MCSE 2003: Messaging certification is a specialized certification that validates your proficiency with Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server. The Microsoft MCSE 2003 certification has been designed for professionals who analyze the business requirements and design and implement the infrastructure for business solutions based on the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 platform and Microsoft Windows Server System.
What are the job roles for MCSE 2003: Messaging certified professionals?
The job roles for MCSE 2003: Messaging certified professionals typically include systems engineers, technical support engineers, systems analysts, network analysts, and technical consultants.
What are the requirements for achieving the MCSE 2003: Messaging certification?
Microsoft’s MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer): Security on Windows Server 2003 certification on Windows Server 2003 is a popular Microsoft certification today. The MCSE: Security on Windows Server 2003 certification has been designed for professionals who analyze the business requirements and design and implement security solutions on infrastructure for business based on the Microsoft Windows OS clients and Windows 2003 Server operating systems. Continue reading
Mark Wilson has been designing and implementing IT infrastructure solutions within the United Kingdom, continental Europe, and Australia since 1994, operating both in-house and as a consultant. Mark likes to describe himself as operating system agnostic (holding certifications from Microsoft, VMware and Red Hat – as well as being a Mac user at home) although much of his professional life revolves around the delivery of services using Microsoft products and technologies.
Mark can be contacted via his blog at http://www.markwilson.co.uk/blog/. Continue reading
The MCSE certification consists of seven specialized exams that test your knowledge on Microsoft networking and Server technologies. If you are preparing for these exams, you should have a thorough understanding of installing, configuring, managing, maintaining and troubleshooting client and server operating systems. You also need to show your expertise on other Microsoft products such as Exchange Server, SQL Server, Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server, etc.
So much to learn in so little time? Of course you have to study hard, as there is no short cut to success, but if you prepare systematically, you can pass all these exams easily. Here are 10 tips that will help you pass these exams with flying colors: Continue reading
The MCSE Certification (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) is one of the most popular certifications on the Microsoft certification track. It is intended for IT professionals who are experts in designing and implementing business solutions using the Microsoft Windows Platform and Microsoft Windows Server Systems. There are no specific prerequisites for the MCSE certification, but Microsoft recommends that you should have at least one year of experience in administering and implementing network and desktop operating systems in a network environment. Continue reading
Selecting the right Training for your MCSE 2003 certification
Making effort is as important as the effort itself. Likewise, selecting the right type of training for your MCSE 2003 certification is important, as it involves not only your money but also your precious time. The type of training you should choose should be cost effective and time saving, and most importantly it should give you in-depth knowledge of the technology. There are different types of training material available in the market today, but we advise you to choose wisely, so that you can be an MCSE in the shortest possible time without having to spend a fortune. Continue reading