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NSB: Domain and cloud services

 

This online course introduces the role, benefits of, and facilities provided by, the various domain and cloud services that underpin the provision of business applications and the administration and management of the resources that those applications depend on.

 

An online course for:

Courses for computers

Level:

Advanced
What does this mean?

Coming Soon

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Target audience:

This course is aimed at those responsible for the administration and maintenance of computer networks.

This course can be used as part of the following digital apprenticeships:

Infrastructure Technician, Unified Communications Troubleshooter, Network Engineer.

 

Course prerequisites:

An understanding of client server operation, the role of the different types of server in a corporate network, and methods of storing data. It is suggested that the PTT course "Network services" is studied before attempting this course.

 

Course objectives:
By the end of this course you will be able to:

 

Number of modules: 3 
Approximate study time: 5 hours 

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Delivery platform requirements:
To access the course, a computer running a browser such as Google Chrome, Safari etc is required. The computer should have Internet access and be running Adobe Flash. A screen resolution of at least 1024x768 is necessary.

 

 

 

 

 

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This course is designed to run on a desktop computer or laptop with Internet access. Please refer to the "Delivery platform requirements" section on this page for further information.

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Course access requirements

This course is designed to run on on a tablet through the learntelecoms App which is available for Apple® iPad® and for Android™. Please refer to the "Delivery platform requirements" section on this page for further information.