The IT team is at the heart of the business for most end users. They are relied on by everyone across the organization for everything from gaining access to resources or restoring them. As an IT Administrator, you may also have assigned them to different projects that needed to be completed for your organization, but there are always, the “by the way…” hallway impromptu requests. It makes them the in-demand team needed by everyone.
As you may have heard, this week, Cisco announced their new Next Level IT certifications during the Cisco Live event. In this blog, resident Cisco and networking edutainer Ronnie Wong walks you through what’s new, what to study now, and what the announcement means to you.
Anyone who spent late nights playing video games in their friend’s dorm remembers the joys of setting up a local-area network (LAN) in the days before Wi-Fi. While setting up multiple LANs made for a fun night of gaming with friends, setting up multiple networks on a single router offers a number of vital benefits to today’s businesses and IT professionals.
But given the headaches of deploying and maintaining just a single network on a router, many network admins – or just those managing networks at home – tend to shy away from configuring multiple LANs on a single router.