Desktop Support/Analyst (Windows XP to 7 migration)
Collabera is a fast growing, end-to-end information technology services and solutions provider working with leading Global 2000 organizations from the Financial Services, Technology, Communications & Media, Manufacturing & Retail, Energy and Utilities domains. Collabera delivers highly responsive and innovative solutions that help clients to align their IT strategy with their business goals and address the most important IT needs today through a combination of consulting solutions, proprietary methodologies, assets based services and Collaborative Engagement Model. With revenues exceeding $375 million, Collabera employs over 6000 professionals across 19 offices and three world-class delivery centers in the US, Europe and India. We deliver a full portfolio of services that include IT Consulting, Application Development and Management, Independent Testing, Outsourced Product Development, Enterprise Software Solutions, Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing as well as Resource Augmentation. Job Description Desktop Support/Analyst (Windows XP to 7 migration) Glen Allen, VA Note: For further information please contact Hiren at 704-806-1098 (or) firstname.lastname@example.org Job Title: Desktop Support/Analyst (Windows XP to 7 migration) Client: Financial Services Location: Glen Allen, VA (or) St. Louis, MO Duration: 12 - 18 Months Technical Skills : Windows XP to 7 migration, Active Directory (AD), Remote Access, Desktop Encryption, Desktop/Laptops/PC/LAN support Required Skills: Minimum of five years’ experience supporting desktops at a top level is required Proficiency in both Windows XP and Windows 7 required Should have experience with Active Directory (AD) Should have experience with Remote Access Should have experience with Desktop Encryption Comprehensive understanding of how various technologies interact -- PC, Server, Network, Firewalls, and Proxies
Glen Allen, VA
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