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A Review of CCNA Data Center Official Cert Guide & Unified Fabric
Do you have questions about the new CCENT and CCNA Certifications from Cisco Systems? This is your chance to learn all about the exciting refreshes to Cisco's most popular certifications. Anthony Sequeira walks you through the new requirements step by step, and answers all of your important questions.
The new CompTIA A+ Certification exams are here! They have new numbers (220-801 and 220-802), but more importantly, they include changes in structure and content. Join this free webcast to discover how the new exams follow the subsystem approach that's been recommended for years as the best way to prepare for the exams.
In this free 30-minute webcast, Wendell Odom explores OSPF concepts that must be understood when choosing OSPF configuration. He will then discuss the mechanics of enabling OSPF in a small network, focusing on how to enable OSPF on router interfaces. All concepts and configuration sit inside the scope of the CCNA exam. Attendees also had the opportunity to ask Wendell questions at the close of this webcast.
IT certifications are extremely valuable credentials that can get you noticed, get you jobs, or get you promoted. In this free one-hour webcast, IT certification guru Ed Tittel walks you through the major strategy points in planning your next IT certification goal. Ed hosts a Q&A session at the close of the presentation.
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