Articles, blogs, whitepapers, webinars, and other resources

A place to improve knowledge and learn.


  1. A primer on cisco software-defined access (SD-Access)

    A Primer on Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access)

    Categories: Cisco
    Access control is the most tempting thing when it comes to managing user security on various nodes of networking and cloud-based systems. If by any mistake access is being granted to an unauthorized party then they can wreak all types of havoc and make operation on cloud systems nearly impossible. But what if a sophisticated piece of technology or say the software was able to help you in having deep visibility into all endpoints of your network and how these endpoints were using them? What if that information could be used to address the user access control policies?
    Read more
  2. How the Cisco Pending Layoffs Show You the Direction of Networking for the Future

    How the Cisco Pending Layoffs Show You the Direction of Networking for the Future

    Categories: Cisco
    Cisco has been around for quite some time now bringing networking oriented solutions to the world, not only that Cisco has also made its mark when it comes to offering support for the wireless systems as well. But amid these economic crises, Cisco is forced to initiate personnel layoffs regarding slower than usual sales and abysmal returns. The potential catalysts that led to such devastation are usually traded wars, macroeconomic pressure but more pressingly the COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus.
    Read more
  3. How IP and MAC address work?

    How IP and MAC address work?

    Categories: Cisco
    Using the internet and connecting various devices with it you might have come across the concept of IP and MAC addresses. Many people confuse them with being the same but in reality, these are a lot different than each other. IP addresses are the internet addresses depicting the very address using which a computer is connected with the internet. Whereas MAC address is known as media access control and it is the physical address of the device connected with the internet.
    Read more
  4.   VPN vs Proxy; what is the difference

    VPN vs Proxy: What Is the Difference

    Categories: Cisco , Network Security
    Internet security has been up for debate for quite some time now but still users seem in denial for using the processes and systems that can mask their internet security. The redundancy of this concept is however somewhat alleviated by some thoughtful users that use either a proxy or VPN for the sake of hiding their online activity from hackers and cybercriminals.
    Read more
  5. What types of jobs you can get with CCNA certification?

    What Types of Jobs You can Get with CCNA Certification?

    Categories: Cisco , Career Driven
    The world of IT is making solid progress with leaps and bounds. Networking also has to play an important role in all of this despite the fact that the age of automation is near, the need for manual interpretation of the IT and networking systems is also imminent. Cisco offers tons of different certification that takes into account networking and IT management but its CCNA certification is what has earned a solid reputation in the online IT landscape.
    Read more
  6. What Is IPV4 Subnetting

    What Is IPV4 Subnetting

    Categories: Cisco
    In any network, Internet Protocol (IP) addressing is expected to guarantee that information is sent to the right beneficiary or device. Both IPv4 and IPv6 address plans are managed by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). A large portion of the web that we realize today depends on the IPv4 addressing scheme is the prevalent technique for transferring information on both the web and private networks.
    Read more
  7. When to Use 20mhz vs 40mhz vs 80mhz

    When and How to Use 20mhz vs 40mhz vs 80mhz

    Categories: Cisco
    The word network is a simple word of seven letters, but is it that simple? Let's take a broader look to understand it rightly. If putting it simply, whenever we think of or talk about some inter-connected stuff or location, we refer it as a network. But why? The network is a term coming from Information Technology, and it is one of the core terms of IT on which the industry relies the most. In IT, a group of devices that can communicate with each other using a link is called a network. We call these devices as hosts, and all the hosts have their unique identity addresses.
    Read more
  8. Jobs You Can Get With CCNP Certification

    Jobs You Can Get With CCNP Certification

    Categories: Cisco , Career Driven
    The CCNP certification is designed for experts looking for specific training programs for the implementation, maintenance, and planning of Cisco’s wide range of high-end network solution products. This amazing certification covers of a wide range of courses, which spread the fundamentals of computer networking.
    Read more
Achieve Your Career Growth
& IT Workforce Readiness Today.

Sign up for your FREE TRIAL, or explore more for teams and businesses.

For Individuals
Start 7-Day Free Trial
For Businesses
Explore Plans
click here