Understanding Data Communications
The Course with Maximum Relevance
This course has been specially designed to meet the requirements of anyone involved with data communications today.
It is ideally suited for both those who have intensive involvement with Data Communications as well as those who only require a sound grounding in the fundamentals.
This is a totally contemporary state-of-the-art seminar using Multimedia training, on-line demonstrations and extensive practical case studies to ensure maximum relevance.
uUnderstand the fundamental concepts and principles of data communications and Networking Essentials. Including:
uBuilding a LAN
uConfiguring The Server
uConfiguring the Client
uAdministering Your Network
uWide Area Networks
uTroubleshooting and Managememt
uUnderstand the major features of the OSI 7-layer model and defacto standards such as SNA, TCP/IP, DECnet, IPX, and how the two can be integrated to maintain flexibility for the future
uGain a good understanding of currently available data communications services, both national and international
uFind out the importance, and the pros and cons, of various cabling systems, including coax, twisted pair, fiber optic, wireless, and the flexibility offered by Dedicated Switched Ethernets u Learn all about the major protocols (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI, TCP/IP, MANs, WANs) and how they can be linked to form an integrated network
uInternet, Intranet , and Extranet design guidelines
u Applications and business solutions
uLearn all about future developments and directions. Find out which technologies are likely to become obsolete before you invest in them
Who Should Attend
uComputer and communications personnel who have had little formal exposure to data communications and wish to be brought rapidly up-to-speed
uTechnical staff starting out in their information networking education program
uManagement personnel who need an understanding of networking and internetworking in order to guide developments within their own organization
uExperienced data communications personnel who wish to update and round out their knowledge and gain new insights into current and emerging methodologies
uAll non-technical personnel who need to cut through the fog of business networking