Networks are prevalent in almost every aspect of our lives. When we go to the bank machine, make a telephone call, order food in a restaurant, or even just watch TV, we are connecting to various computer networks. Thirty years ago when computer networks began appearing, very few people had access to them, but today most of us do.
To succeed in the Information Technology sector, no matter what the specific field, it is important to understand something about networking.
Information Technology 12 builds on the theories and practical applications of Information Technology 11 and takes a closer look at protocols and the concepts of Internetworking. In a time when traditional LANs are being replaced with WANs (wide area networks) this is critical knowledge.
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|Types of Jobs||Internetworking||Careers in Networking||Internetworking Technologies|
|Computer Networking: Cabling Review||UTP and STP Cabling||Network Architectures||Are You Certifiable?|
|Home Networking||Network Administrator's Guide||Computers||Windows NT Online Tutorial|
|HTTP Protocol||TCP Protocol Overview||FTP Protocol Overview||Common Data Communications Protocols|