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MOST DEMANDING IT JOBS

Posted on 2006-06-20
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Hello,

Which do you think are the most demanding it jobs. Not only now a days. But also taking a global view about  the ones in which you always can have work. For example it's said that ""Data Base Administrator" "have always work".

On the other hand what do you think about the international go that can have somebody with it background plus a specialisation or knowledge in business management.


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Security is the biggest concern for the companies (especially banks and finance related companies) worldwide nowadays. It can be network security, database security, virus protection, physical security (CCTV, biometric access control systems etc).
I feel security related stuff is hot and will be in demand for a very long time.
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if u think from technology perspective den V&V specialist would be always in demand
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what das V&V stands for?
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mrwaqar is right security is in demand and a big debatable issue these days especially with the amount of possible ways to access information so easily nowadays eg cameraphones,sd flash cards,writeable dvd's and so forth. The old days of just having yourself protected from hackers is over it's such a broad spectrum from internal user security,physical security viruses and spyware
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infosec/security and web developers are the big money makers right now. Wireless specialist are becoming more common and needed.
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V & V stands for Verification and Validation
Nowadays big IT companies are having seperate business units for V&V type of work
It includes testing and maintainance of Softwares and software related products

In early era of IT field we used to heard abt SDLC which stands for Software Development Life Cycle
NOw there is another term in picture i.e. STLC software Testing Life Cycle
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