Introduction to Computer Networks for Non-Techies

Almost every office and home has a computer network of some kind, but they can be confusing as hell. If you want to stop relying on an IT whiz for help with networks, today’s deal might be for you.

Introduction to Computer Networks for Non-Techies is pretty self-explanatory. This learning kit is designed specifically for people who struggle to get their head around tech concepts. We’re spotlighting it today because it’s on special offer for just $18 right now.

Short and easily-understandable video tutorials.

Through short and easily-understandable video tutorials, Instructor Alton Hardin gradually introduces you to the fundamental concepts of computer networks.

You’ll start with the very basics of why networks are important and how they work, then you’ll go into common types of networks and their benefits. By the end of the seven hours, which you can take at your own pace, you’ll be confident in the jargon and have your own niche.

The only problem you’ll have is that suddenly you’ll be the person your family and colleagues turn to for help.

Computer Networks for Non-Techies at a glance:

  • Understand the benefits of computer networks and how they work.
  • Learn network topologies, devices, and cabling.
  • Explore the OSI and TCP/IP models.
  • Discuss IP addressing and subnetting.
  • Dive into the network planning and design process.

Seven hours of an expert’s time would usually cost you hundreds in person, but that’s the beauty of online courses. Right now you can pick up this learning kit, which retails for almost $190, for just $18.

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