Networking A Beginners Guide Second Edition Book

I’ve run into many people over the years who have gained good—even impressive—working knowledge of PCs, their operating systems, applications, and common problems and solutions. Many of these people are wizards with desktop computers. Quite a few of them have been unable to make the transition into working with networks, however, and they have had trouble gaining the requisite knowledge to conceptualize, understand, install, administer, and troubleshoot networks. In many cases, this inability limits their career growth because most companies believe networking experience is fundamental to holding higher-level information technology (IT) positions. And, in fact, networking experience is very important. Certainly, networks can be complicated beasts about which to learn. To
add to the difficulty, most companies aren’t willing to let people unskilled


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