Networking is at the heart of the digital transformation. Although often unseen, it enables us to stay connected as we move around freely using our laptop or smartphone. This course teaches the basic networking concepts and the skills that you can put to use right away. Its underlying principles can help you set-up a SOHO (small-office/home-office) network or even put you on the path to managing a larger-scale business network.
Those who invest in learning IoT (Internet of Things) skills can help transform any business in any industry, from manufacturing to saving endangered species. The combination of increased global Internet access and a growing number of devices designed to connect is creating endless opportunities. Learn how the Internet of Things is changing the world and the skills needed to land a well-paying job.
Computer programming courses focus on helping students develop an understanding of computer networks, operating systems, algorithms, database systems and web design. Students in computer programming courses will become familiar with the basics of programming languages through which they can have command over languages for developer jobs.
A single breach can have huge consequences for a company’s ability to function, hurting the bottom line and causing disruption in the daily lives of millions of people. This is why the demand for security professionals continues to grow. Get onboard—and develop an understanding of cybercrime, security principles, technologies, and procedures used to defend networks. Then decide whether you want to pursue an entry-level networking or security role professionally. Recommended for students planning to study for the CCNA or CyberOps Associate Certifications.
Fully leveraging the changes and opportunities of technology is what the digital transformation is all about. Here you have the chance to see how wireless and mobility technologies are improving the daily lives of many and driving new business models for nonprofits and for-profit companies everywhere. Through a series of short modules, you’ll learn about mobile and wireless concepts, standards, and applications—plus, develop marketable skills in one of the hottest IT segments! CCENT level of networking knowledge is assumed.
As an alternative to the Introduction to Packet Tracer, this course is designed for users of mobile devices, specifically Android and iOS. Only a little over an hour long, this self-paced course is for beginners with no prior networking knowledge. Expect to learn basic tool operations with hands-on activities that will help you visualize a network. Introductory course is proven helpful for all learners who use mobile devices.