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The professional certification established by CompTIA that verifies knowledge about PC operation, repair, and management.
 
A number that uniquely identifies each workstation and device on a network. Without unique addresses, computers on the network could not reliably communicate.
 
The process of centrally administering a finite number of network addresses for an entire LAN. Usually this task can be accomplished without touching the client workstations.
 
The scheme for assigning a unique identifying number to every workstation and device on the network. The type of addressing used on a network depends on its protocols and network o
 
The process of collecting and storing data on the number and types of software and hardware assets in an organization’s network. The data collection is automated by electronicall
 
The part of a network to which segments and significant shared devices (such as routers, switches, and servers) connect. A backbone is sometimes referred to as “a network of netw
 
The process of copying critical data files to a secure storage area. Often, backups are performed according to a formulaic schedule.
 
An elite certification that recognizes expert-level installation, configuration, management, and troubleshooting skills on networks that use a range of Cisco Systems’ devices.
 
A professional certification that attests to one’s skills in installing, configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting medium-sized networks that use Cisco Systems’ switches an
 
The process of mastering material pertaining to a particular hardware system, operating system, programming language, or other software program, then proving your mastery by passin
 
A computer on the network that requests resources or services from another computer on a network. In some cases, a client could also act as a server. The term client may also refer
 
A network design in which clients (typically desktop or laptop computers) use a centrally administered server to share data, data storage space, and devices.
 
A network that uses centrally administered computers, known as servers, to enable resource sharing for and to facilitate communication between the other computers on the network.
 
An association of computer resellers, manufacturers, and training companies that sets industry-wide standards for computer professionals. CompTIA established and sponsors the A+ an
 
- One of several types of specialized devices that allows two or more networks or multiple parts of one network to connect and exchange data.
 
The use of data networks to carry voice (or telephone), video, and other communications services in addition to data.
 
A discrete unit of information sent from one node on a network to another.
 
A specialized server that enables clients to share applications and data across the network.
 
The functions of a file server that allow users to share data files, applications, and storage areas.
 
A computer that enables resource sharing by other computers on the same network.
 
A complex WAN that connects LANs and clients around the globe.
 
The services that enable a network to communicate with the Internet, including World Wide Web servers and browsers, file transfer capabilities, Internet addressing schemes, securit
 
A network of computers and other devices that is confined to a relatively small space, such as one building or even one office.
 
The process of determining the number of copies of a single application that are currently in use on the network and whether the number in use exceeds the authorized number of lice
 
The process of distributing data transfer activity evenly across a network so that no single device is overwhelmed.
 
A server that manages the storage and transfer of e-mail messages
 
The network services that manage the storage and transfer of e-mail between users on a network. In addition to sending, receiving, and storing mail, mail services can include filte
 
A network that is larger than a LAN, typically connecting clients and servers from multiple buildings, but within a limited geographic area. For example, a MAN could connect multip
 
The network services that centrally administer and simplify complicated management tasks on the network. Examples of management services include license tracking, security auditing
 
A professional certification established by Microsoft that demonstrates in-depth knowledge about Microsoft products.
 
The main circuit board that controls a computer.
 
A group of computers and other devices (such as printers) that are connected by and can exchange data via some type of transmission media, such as a cable, a wire, or the atmospher
 
The professional certification established by CompTIA that verifies broad, vendor-independent networking technology skills, such as an understanding of protocols, topologies, netwo
 
The functions provided by a network.
 
The device that enables a workstation to connect to the network and communicate with other computers. NICs are manufactured by several different companies and come with a variety o
 
A computer or other device connected to a network, which has a unique address and is capable of sending or receiving data.
 
The software that runs on a server and enables the server to manage data, users, groups, security, applications, and other networking functions. The most popular network operating
 
A network in which every computer can communicate directly with every other computer. By default, no computer on a peer-to-peer network has more authority than another. However, ea
 
The network service that allows printers to be shared by several users on a network.
 
A standard method or format for communication between network devices. Protocols ensure that data are transferred whole, in sequence, and without error from one node on the network
 
A server that runs communications services that enable remote users to log on to a network. Also known as an access server.
 
A person working on a computer on a different network or in a different geographical location from the LAN’s server.
 
The devices, data, and data storage space provided by a computer, whether stand-alone or shared.
 
The process of retrieving files from a backup. It is necessary to restore files if the original files are lost or deleted.
 
The property of a network that allows you to add nodes or increase its size easily.
 
The process of evaluating security measures currently in place on a network and notifying the network administrator if a security breach occurs.
 
A part of a network. Usually, a segment is composed of a group of nodes that share the same communications channel for all their traffic.
 
A computer on the network that manages shared resources. Servers usually have more processing power, memory, and hard disk space than clients. They run network operating software t
 
A way of exchanging data between computers that are not connected on a network. Sneakernet requires that data be copied from a computer to a removable storage device such as a flop
 
The skills such as customer relations, leadership ability, and dependability, which are not easily measured, but are nevertheless important in a networking career.
 
The process of automatically transferring a data file or installing a software application from the server to a client on the network.
 
An unsolicited, unwanted e-mail.
 
A computer that uses applications and data only from its local disks and that is not connected to a network.
 
The physical layout of computers on a network.
 
The data transmission and processing activity taking place on a computer network at any given time.
 
The process of determining how much data transfer activity is taking place on a network or network segment and notifying administrators when a segment becomes overloaded.
 
The means through which data are transmitted and received. Transmission media may be physical, such as wire or cable, or atmospheric (wireless), such as radio waves.
 
The centralized management of multiple types of network-based communications, such as voice, video, fax, and messaging services.
 
A person who uses a computer.
 
A network that spans a long distance and connects two or more LANs.
 
A computer that manages Web site services, such as supplying a Web page to multiple users on demand.
 
A computer that runs a desktop operating system and connects to a network.
 

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