Question by  wally3 (28)

What does a computer consultant do?

I have an interview for a position of a computer consultant, I need to learn more about the position so I will be prepared for the interview.


Answer by  canadabee (932)

The term "computer consultant" is often roughly synonymous with "IT Help Desk Worker." Many computer consultants are called upon to solve technology problems for various users at large firms. In some cases, though, a computer consultant is given longer-term tasks such as webpage or database design projects.


Answer by  mad (75)

A computer consultant is an individual who has expertise with computers in the area of programming, hardware, setting up databases and servers etc. for companies. Consultants also train employees at a company on how to manage and maintain the computers at their workplaces including virus training etc. They are basically experts on computers who help out companies.


Answer by  elynne (1153)

Depending on the company, the consult can be dealing with purchase decisions. Such as: (1) what is the right computer set- up for this company. (2) questions about useage of exisiting computer programs. (3) development of computer program systems for usage.


Answer by  technogeek (6640)

A computer consultant is a person who meets with company heads, assesses their computer needs, and makes recommendations as to what they might need.


Answer by  mediamaven (579)

To generally advise companies or organizations as to what type of computer or software package best suites their needs, with the recommendatin generally being based on function, size and industry.

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