Global Knowledge Adds ‘Introduction to Information Technology’ Course

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<p><strong>Cary, N.C. &mdash; April 14</strong><br />Global Knowledge, a provider of IT and business training, announced the availability of <a href="http://www.globalknowledge.com/training/course.asp?pageid=9&courseid=12086&country=United+States" target="_blank">Introduction to Information Technology</a>, a four-day introductory IT training course in which students learn the basics of computers, operating systems and communication.<br /><br />With the help of interactive exercises, students will learn about common network protocols, the use of addressing to communicate over the network and the role of the OSI model in network operation and troubleshooting. </p><p>Students will gain a fundamental understanding of what a data center is, commonly used wireless technologies, how encryption can be used to protect data and how companies monitor and manage their IT infrastructures. Students will also learn about cutting-edge technologies such as unified communications, fixed mobile convergence (FMC), cloud computing, RFID and IPTV. <br /><br />Introduction to Information Technology is ideal for IT novices who need a broad, fundamental understanding of IT and who want to learn the basics of computers, networking, LANs and WANs, data centers and data storage, and how IT infrastructures are monitored and managed. Ideal candidates for this introductory IT training course include: <br /></p><ul><li>Entry-level and newly hired technical professionals, including PC support, help desk and networking professionals.</li><li>Sales and marketing professionals looking to increase their ability to communicate with technical professionals and increase sales.</li><li>Executives who seek better-informed decision making.</li><li>Beginners seeking fundamental knowledge in preparation for later certification courses.</li></ul><br />Introduction to Information Technology is available in our classrooms or as a private, on-site course that can be tailored to the needs of your organization. <br />

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