Well.. I have found a nice pic on internet… Don’t be fat otherwise this seat will be kicked you out..
Find out this…
3 Days before my 1 PC got infected by Virtob Virus, Unfortunately i have an Antivirus Escan Corporate Edition installed but still virus got attack and infected my whole exe’s. Then what’s the result when i scan PC from Escan.. U know what… My escan delete all the exe’s and my windows got corrupted, ohh no… Now this infection is spreading slowly slowly on network. so i search on net how to remove this infection… I found a intresting article.. of removing Virtob Infection..
Here i want to share this article with all of you…
Thanx for Help……
Well I have just going around the blog of Amit Agarwal. Previously i don’t believed in reading blogs & other stuff but after going from Amit’s Blog, i really find intresting. It’s really needfull for increasing your knowledge,
I have created my blog before a year but didn’t have time to do update bcoz i was stuck with my work. so don’t get much time to do blogging, but today after a long time i read blogs, bcoz now it’s easy for me reading the blogs by the help of Feed Demon.
Amit Agarwal blog for Feed Demon is really interesting. I have download that software & insert some feeds in that to test but now i feel good bcoz i find all my intresting feeds in one software and it’s easy to read.
I was really unaware about feeddemon.
Thanx for the great post.
Hi readers, it’s a long time i get back to you all. Due to some mis happening i was unable to update my blog but soon later on i am going to update it regularly.. so stay with me & enjoy blogging. 🙂
Global Economy Down… Indian Economy Down.. Software companies , Other MNC’s Profit is less when compared with last quarter . Indian Based BIG companies sending the experienced staff out and saying that they are restructuring …. Hyderabad Based Big software Company fired 6000 employees … all the campus selected candidates kept as pending….lot stories …every where same stories ..what to do ? Now it self many are not having jobs .. if this kind of circumstances occurs , then how to get job ….will it be tough game ? NO NO NO…..But how to get job? Same fundamental . When you are having talent no body can stop you to get job. If you are not having the talent , try to sharp it by practice . Jobs are there . The recession what ever coming is only market speculative news . Those type of circumstances will be staying temporarily .So don’t get panic and stop your preparation to get job. Try to prepare as usual how you planned. If you stop by hearing this type of news , you only going to loose. So its better to continue how you planed. It might delay you for a month extra but not more than that. So Stop listening all this unwanted stories . Try to concentrate on Job search more and more. Its very nice that Industry started giving importance to skilled people rather than references and recommendations. So it’s good time to start your job search with some more energy. You trust yourself that you are going to get the job. Try to put all your efforts . You will win the Job.
All The Best
I don’t know how much i late to convey this site to all of you but this site is really intrested for an indian net savvy community , who don’t want to spend their time in standing in row to fill IT return.
I am still not start filling my IT return from this site but i found it interesting, so i share with all of you.
check & get benefit in future.. as this financial year has already been passed :).
There are some nice email writing tips with whom you can impress your friends, clients, boss etc etc.. To be a good citizen and to protect yourself and others, follow these guidelines from Cornell University (www.cornell.edu) when writing and sending electronic mails.
What to Do ..
* Write carefully. Once you send an e-mail message, you cannot take it back or make it disappear. The reality is that your messages may be saved for a very long time. They may also be read inadvertently by others, or forwarded to others without your knowledge.
* Use upper and lowercase text. Using all uppercase letters means SHOUTING and can be offensive.
* Sign your messages with at least your name. It’s nice to add your e-mail address, too, since some e-mail programs make it difficult to see who the sender of the message was.
* Address your messages carefully. Some addresses may belong to a group, even though the address appears to belong to just one person.
* Respect copyrights. E-mail messages and news posts are included in the types of works that can be copyrighted.
* Indicate humor or jokes with a sideways smiley face. 🙂
(The basic smiley is a colon, dash, and right parenthesis. There are many variations.) You can also include something like “<grin>” or “<sarcasm on>” to show your state of mind.
* Be diplomatic. Criticism is always harsher when written, and e-mail can be easily forwarded.
* Be calm. You may have misunderstood what was meant. Don’t reply while you’re still angry (this is called “flaming”).
* Be brief. Don’t include background images, pictures, animations, etc. unless they are critical to your message. When replying to a message, you don’t have to include the entire text of the original message. Include just enough to give the context of your response.
* Watch out for viruses in attached files. Attached files are a common way to spread computer viruses. In Eudora, just receiving an attachment cannot infect your computer. But opening or running an attachment can.
What Not to Do ..
* Don’t forward chain mail! These messages tell you to send or forward them to several other people. Don’t — starting or continuing chain mail violates university policy.
* Don’t get fooled by Internet hoaxes and computer virus myths. Before you forward a so-called virus alert to everyone you know, check with the CIT HelpDesk or one of the web sites linked here to see if it’s for real.
* Don’t send unwanted e-mail. It can be regarded as harassment, which is governed by university policies and codes. Sending e-mail that someone else perceives as abusive or threatening may constitute criminal harassment.
* Don’t send numerous unsolicited messsages (“junk mail” or “spam”). Most people hate getting junk mail. It also slows down the networks and is generally a waste of valuable, limited resources.
* Don’t forge messages. Altering electronic communications to hide your identity or impersonate another person is considered forgery and violates university policy. Forgeries intended as pranks or jokes are still considered violations.
* Don’t forward e-mails unless you have the permission of the author. What they wrote may not have been intended for wider distribution, so it’s always better to ask.
I hope these tricks will make magic in your email and receiver feel good after reading… so enjoy….. & keep EMAILING……….:)
Iphone 8 GB will Start from 31K in India
Shocking News what i heard from my friend.. i really got amazed.. No words to say…………..:(
Read the full article here
1: Be truthful
By now, everyone’s heard how George O’Leary lost arguably the most coveted football coaching job in America (at Notre Dame) and how RadioShack (Tandy Corporation) CEO David Edmondson lost his lucrative post: They falsified their resumes.
Padding resumes is a long-practiced art. According to a Society For Human Resource Management article, 30 percent of all job applicants misrepresent themselves on their resumes. Worse, the same article revealed that an ADP Payroll study from 2.6 million background checks found 44 percent of applicants flat out lied about their work experience, 41 percent listed false education histories, and 23 percent faked credentials or licenses.
Let those folks work themselves out of the gene pool. Stick to listing only true statements on your resume. There’s no better way to distinguish yourself and begin building a foundation of excellence. If you can’t prove it, don’t list it.
2 Be concise
Resumes must be short to be effective. Don’t drone on needlessly. Get in and get out. List work and education experiences, highlight the role you played in specific accomplishments, record accreditations and awards… and be done with it.
3: Be accurate
Review your resume and verify that work dates, titles, responsibilities, addresses, and other information are all correct. It’s easy to miss a start date by a month or list an address incorrectly, but if a prospective client decides to follow up on your resume (an ever-increasing trend following those high-profile resume scandals), even minor inaccuracies will reflect poorly on you.
When polishing your resume, be sure to confirm company addresses haven’t changed. Do the same with phone numbers. And if you list descriptive information for an employer or past client (third-largest shoe manufacturer, leading sunglasses distributor, Fortune 100 company), make sure those statements are still true (and that the leading sunglasses distributor you worked for hasn’t gone bankrupt, for example). Leaving outdated information on your resume only leads to embarrassment.
4: Better highlight your accomplishments
Many technology professionals struggle to effectively highlight accomplishments on their resumes. It’s easy to focus on the challenging tasks you’ve completed. But you must communicate more than just the fact that you completed a project.
For example, you might list something like this: “Completed network overhaul,” “Installed new e-mail platform,” or “Deployed comprehensive mobile phone systems.” While such line-item mentions are accomplishments, they fail to capture the accomplishment’s full value. Stating the following is much more illuminating: “Completed network overhaul ahead of schedule and under budget,” “Installed new e-mail platform that simplified administration and eliminated third-party service provider dependence,” or “Deployed comprehensive mobile phone system that improved field communication.”
5: Tie successes to business objectives
When highlighting accomplishments, it’s best to go one step further and tie project successes directly to business objectives. This is where an IT consultant’s work assumes monetary value (or payback on the original investment). Don’t feel a need to exaggerate; instead, confirm backup documentation exists proving statements you make.
Here’s how it should work. Instead of just saying you installed a new e-mail platform that simplified administration, provide additional details: “Installed a new e-mail platform that simplified administration and saved the IT department $25,000 annually.” Or “Deployed a comprehensive mobile phone system that improved field communication resulting in sales performance increases of 12 percent.”
The focus should be on capturing something measurable (cost savings, sales performance, labor reduction, average purchase volume, response rates, etc.). In keeping with the other tenets listed earlier, be sure the statements you list are not claims but facts that are easily supported.
6: Seek high profile clients
When most readers view this recommendation, they think of prestige or name dropping. That’s a mistake.
IT consultants should consider seeking a few high profile clients, but not to feed their egos. Instead of chasing a few well-known clients for their wow or coolness factor, providing technology services to a few well-known and well-respected organizations can speak volumes to your reputation. While a prospective client may not be familiar with you or your work, knowing that the chamber of commerce, a local famous manufacturer, or a prominent nonprofit charity entrusts its IT systems to you or your firm will go a long way in helping win the client’s confidence.
Such high profile clients need not be massive organizations or even for-profit companies. The goal is to help prospective clients feel more comfortable working with you when they don’t know you. Thus, a small local bakery known throughout the region for pride and quality in its products works wonders when listed as a reference on your resume.
7: Explain awards
Often, it’s tempting to just list awards within a short accolades section. When I’ve had to fill an open position in the past, while reviewing numerous resumes listing various awards, I found myself wondering what skills, expertise, or accomplishment the award actually recognized.
Don’t make that mistake on your IT consulting resume. Seek opportunities to maximize an award’s impact. For example, don’t just say you won the chamber of commerce’s entrepreneur award. Briefly describe why you won the award. Focus on the qualities that the award celebrated (exceptional service, attention to detail, lowered client costs, reduced production cycles, etc.).
8: Don’t forget certifications/accreditations
In my personal and professional experience as both a technology author and small business technology consultant, I’ve found that IT professionals are placing less emphasis on certification and industry accreditation. But that’s no reason to omit these elements from a consulting resume.
If you have industry certification, security clearances, vendor accreditation, or licenses, list them. Prospective clients can make better informed decisions when they know more about your professional constitution — and you better believe competitors will be listing such traits.
9: Target resumes by market
Unfortunately, when it comes to resumes, one size doesn’t fit all. Don’t expect to create a single resume that works equally well for medical providers and for financial consultants. Tailor your resume to target the prospective client’s needs and business objectives.
You do this by listing accomplishments and tying them to business goals, targeting results that will prove timely and relevant to the prospect client.
Unsure what challenges a prospective client faces? Uncertain how a potential customer might measure technology success or weigh IT investments? No problem. Use the Internet and navigate to the professional association and trade magazine Web sites that service those vertical markets. You’ll quickly learn just how those industries value and measure technology success.
10: Keep it current
Possibly the easiest mistake to make on any resume is to let it become dated. As soon as you complete work on your IT consultant resume, the file begins to date itself. As I said earlier, it’s critical to ensure that company information remains current. More important, as your title, professional role, work responsibilities, and other details change, so should your resume.
Maintaining a resume, however, isn’t at the top of everyone’s list. This is especially true among IT consultants, who must regularly juggle not only the myriad aspects of running their own businesses but also the responsibility of maintaining numerous client’s systems, networks, and data.
Make sure your resume remains accurate. Fall back to an old school method. Create a Task or Calendar reminder within Outlook and set it to remind you once a quarter that it’s time to review your resume for accuracy.