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It can be argued that no company has dominated its own little portion of computer networking as completely as Cisco
Systems. Market research has estimated that 70 percent of the Internet runs on Cisco hardware. This is an amazing
statistic when you consider the number of manufacturers vying for market share in this arena. To put this number in
perspective, imagine that seven out of every ten cars on the highway today were produced by a single car manufacturer.
Why is Cisco hardware so popular? First and foremost is reliability.
New to Macs? Making the PC-to-Mac switch? Adding a Mac to your existing network? Macs For Dummies makes it easy. Now in its eleventh edition, the bestselling Macintosh computer book of all time is back, updated and revised to cover Apple's latest generation of Macintosh hardware and software. From the Snow Leopard operating system to iWork and iLife, this step-by-step guide is perfect for first-time Mac users or more experienced users upgrading to the newest Mac models.
Intended Training Schedules
The content herein is designed to accompany practical courses preparing for the LPI 101 exam of the LPIC-1
programme. While this material was generally structured to work with a course of 24-32 hours in consecutive
8-hour sessions, it is modularized to also work for shorter or longer sessions, consecutive or otherwise.
Recent studies indicate that e-government initiatives have not held their promise of improving government services. The majority of efforts to benchmark e-government have had central government as the unit of analysis. This study employs the MeGAP-3 (The Municipal E-Government Assessmen Project) assessment tool to assess the status of municipal e-government in the Agder region in southern Norway, an area with high Internet penetration and mature information and communication technology (ICT) use....
The latest jargon in the digital world, "cloud computing" leaves many small-business owners scratching their heads. At its simplest, cloud computing enables businesses to do away with servers and much of their other IT hardware by running their software online. Web-based email programs like Yahoo or Hotmail are examples of cloud-based applications; Microsoft is making its entire Office suite available free in the cloud; Google and others also have productivity suites in the cloud.
This module provides students with the information and experience needed to
install Microsoft® Exchange 2000.
At the end of this module, students will be able to:
Describe the Exchange 2000 system and hardware requirements, and
installation options used by Exchange 2000.
Describe post-installation considerations; including server optimization,
default file locations and structures, share-point permissions, and the
Administration program installation. Describe the Exchange 2000 services and their dependent Microsoft
Windows® 2000 services....
This module provides students with the knowledge and skills that they will need
to design a complex installation of multiple products on a single server. After
completing this module, students will be able to:
Choose a hardware platform.
Determine the Microsoft® Windows® 2000 operating system configuration
for the Web infrastructure servers.
Select the appropriate technology for a highly available solution based on
Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS).
Design a highly available COM+ (Component Object Model) Environment
by using Microsoft Application Center 2000.
This thorough update to Novell's Complete Encyclopedia of Networking expands upon the original and provides a more comprehensive collection of data for all levels of network users. This Encyclopedia offers in-depth analysis of hardware, software, networking topologies, and network operating systems. Details on cabling, interface cards, shells, applications, standards, and protocols are also included. The companion CD contains the complete text of the encyclopedia, with graphics and tables.
IBM Systems Director Service and Support Manager is a no-charge “call-home”plug-in to automatically report hardware problems and collect system service information for monitored systems (Electronic Service Agent tool).
SSM can monitor, track, and capture system hardware errors and service information and report them directly to IBM support.
Chapter 12, "Printers," covers the different types of printers, how they interact with the PC, and how to install and care for them. This chapter discusses one of the most important add-ons to the typical PC (personal computer). After monitors, printers are the second most common output devices.
Chapter 15, "Telecommunications and the internet," covers the installation and use of modems and other telecommunications devices, as well as the growing importance of the Internet to both technicians and their clients.
Chapter 17, "Introducing and installing microsoft windows," discusses the development of this now dominant operating system from Microsoft. It presents the differences between the different versions and gives you a foundation for the advanced skills presented in the following chapters. Both Windows 9x and Windows 2000 installations are covered.
Module 1 - Installing, upgrading, and migrating to Windows 7. This module explains how to install, upgrade and migrate to Windows 7. It also describes the key features, editions, and hardware requirements of Windows 7.
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Datacenter Server is the most powerful and
functional operating system ever offered by Microsoft. To ensure that
customers receive the highest levels of reliability and dependability,
Windows 2000 Datacenter Server can be installed only by authorized
Datacenter original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) on systems that have
been rigorously tested with all hardware components and kernel-level software
This course requires a classroom with a minimum of one computer for the
instructor and one for each student. Before class begins, install and configure all
computers by using the following information and instructions.
The instructor computer requires the following hardware and software
configuration. All hardware must be on the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
for Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Advanced Server.
Networking with UNIX-Type of Operating Systems
Describe the origins and history of the UNIX operating system
Identify similarities and differences between popular implementations of UNIX
Describe the features and capabilities of servers running Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X Server
Explain and execute essential UNIX commands
Install and configure Linux on an Intel-based PC
Manage users, groups, and file access permissions in Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X Server
Explain how computers running other operating systems can connect to UNIX servers...
The Certified Wireless Network Professional Training & Certification Program is intended for individuals who administer, install, design, and support IEEE 802.11 compliant wireless networks. Because the CWNP program is vendor neutral, candidates who achieve the different levels of CWNP Certification will be trained and qualified to administer and support many different brands of wireless LAN hardware.
McGraw-Hill is an independent entity from Planet3 Wireless and is not affiliated with Planet3 Wireless in any manner. This publication may be used in assisting students to prepare for the CWNA Exam. Neither Planet3 Wireless nor McGraw-Hill warrant that use of this publication will ensure passing any exam. CWNA and CWNP are registered trademarks of Planet3 Wireless in the United States and/or other countries.