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computer networking

[kəm′pyüd·ər ′net‚wərk·iŋ]
(communications)
The use of a network of computers and computer terminals by individuals at various locations to interact with each other by entering data into the computer system. Also known as computer conferencing.
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'All trainees for the Computer Hardware and Maintenance and Computer Networking are required to hold a minimum of Ordinary National Diploma (OND).
'While beneficiaries of Advanced Computer Networking (CCNA) are expected to have a minimum of Higher National Diploma (HND) or an equivalent,'' he said.
Further developing these computer networking standards will enable data sharing between base building control systems and enterprise business networks.
The Computer Networking Academy is a high technology facility offering a range of specialist and professional IT Networking courses.
The Computer Networking Academy is focused on delivering industry standard professional qualifications with the highest standard facilities and resources.
Companies turn to wireless computer networking mostly for mobility and fast Internet speeds.
Most commercial office buildings today contain the cabling needed for hard-wired computer networking. New buildings usually are pre-wired during construction.
The award-winning Computer Networking Academy is a unique facility in the North-East.
Coupled with some of the best facilities and resources in the region, the Computer Networking Academy provides the most up-to-date and relevant training courses.
To experience how you or your business can benefit from the excellent facilities on offer at the Computer Networking Academy please contact Shabir Aslam, manager, Centre of Vocational Excellence ICT Networking, City of Sunderland College, on (0191) 511-6871 or email shabir.aslam@citysun.ac.uk
In 2001, both the brothers were working for another local computer networking company when they decided to enrol on the CCNA programme in order to enhance their careers.
Said Stephen: "We needed the knowledge that the CCNA course provides in order to offer a quality service and have a chance of being able to compete against the region's larger computer networking companies.

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