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  1. 10 CompTIA A+ Job Interview Questions and their Answers

    10 CompTIA A+ Job Interview Questions and their Answers

    The IT job market is vast and there are hundreds and thousands of organizations and businesses looking for certified computer service technicians to work with them. To become a skilled and well-informed PC service technician, it is important to clear the CompTIA A+ certification exams. Once you are CompTIA A+ certified, you can start applying for the following jobs:

    • Support Specialist
    • Help Desk Tier 2 Support
    • Field Service Technician
    • Desktop Support Analyst

    Once you apply for these jobs and get short-listed thanks to your CompTIA A+ certification, you will be called in for an interview. In this article, we have compiled a list of questions that usually come up.

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  2. CompTIA Network + Job Interview Questions

    CompTIA Network + Job Interview Questions

    Businesses today need a skilled, certified, and smart network engineer who can work out strategies to enhance their business model to walk along its competitors in this technologically advanced era. Therefore, those interested in doing well in the field need to have a CompTIA Network+ certification.

    Once you have the certification under your name, it becomes easy for you to apply for a network engineer position at any firm. If you are planning on giving a job interview as a network engineer, we have a list of most-commonly asked questions for you to look at!

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  3. Networking Fundamentals: Local Area Network (LAN)

    Networking Fundamentals: Local Area Network (LAN)

    Before looking in Local Area Network, we must understand what the bases of network are. Networks are simply a group of devices connected by any mean. These connections differ according to the number to the devices in the network, architecture or the area involved in the network. To cater to these requirements, there are various networks, but even with the presence of so many networks Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks are the most popular and dominant. Most of the networks are the subtypes of these popular networks as they form foundation for all possible networks.

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  4. Networking Fundamentals: System Area Network (SAN)

    Networking Fundamentals: System Area Network (SAN)

    A System Area Network or SAN is alternatively known as Storage Area Network, and it is one of the most important terminologies in computer networking. In theory, SAN is a separate network that stores and performs backups of shared resources and data. It allows all the users registered on the network full liberty of accessing those files. SANs are widely popular among organizational uses because of their sheer ability to store resources and data with maximum security and end to end encryption.

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  5. Networking Fundamentals: Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)

    Networking Fundamentals: Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)

    In this blog, we will be looking at the networking type that facilitates users utilizing wireless internet on their smart devices, laptops and more.

    In simple words, a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) is one of the most highly applicable and accessible networks around the world with millions of users. In order to understand WLAN further and learn about its functioning, types, benefits and more, let’s continue reading.

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  6. Networking Fundamentals: Storage Area Network (SAN)

    Networking Fundamentals: Storage Area Network (SAN)

    Network storage is vitally important for a business because it directly attributes to a company’s productivity. Every business, be it a mammoth corporation or a small player in the SME sector requires an effective storage management solution. With proper storage management, a business can amplify server management, easily backup invaluable data, simplify data management, and ensure business continuity in the face of a disaster.

    The options in network storage fundamentally include Storage Area Networks or SAN. The latter is a significant aspect of computer networking and in one’s training of information technology, it would be important to develop a strong understanding of how SANs work, the benefits they offer, and how do they scale up alongside other network storage solutions.

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  7. Networking Fundamentals: Enterprise Private Network (EPN)

    Networking Fundamentals: Enterprise Private Network (EPN)

    Private networks are strongly attributed to the basics of computer networking and it is a compelling technology that has allowed many corporations to leverage its profound benefits. In the United States, the implementation of private networks was overseen by mobile network carrier company AT&T, as early as the 1970s. Back then, the use of private networks was fairly limited, and it was highly regarded as the pinnacle of technological breakthrough that the global tech spectrum long awaited.

    The world embraced internet technology during the 1990s, and with the incorporation of the World Wide Web, many imminent solutions followed. It led to the origination of private networks. Enterprise Private Network or EPN is a part of networking basics which is responsible for a number of functions and its application is also substantially wide.

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  8. Networking Fundamentals: Campus Area Network (CAN)

    Networking Fundamentals: Campus Area Network (CAN)

    Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) are perhaps two of the network types everyone would have heard of. And even though these networks are most commonly heard of, there are a bunch more networks based on the users requirements generally pertaining to speed, security and even geographical distances. No matter what network type, networks are essential and considering the widespread adoption and dependence on the internet and technology over each and every sphere of life in this world, the importance of computer networks have grown even more. In this article, another significant and practical network type will be discussed, known as a Campus Area Network.

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