Patching your operating system is a good way to stay ahead of the bad guys. In this video, you’ll learn how operating systems are patched and why the patching process may not be as easy as it looks.
The complexity of mobile device security is compounded when the user community takes advantage of “bring your own device.” In this video, you’ll learn some security best practices around securing these user-owned mobile devices.
A patching strategy for an application should be well designed. In this video, you’ll learn about application patch management, how different operating systems are patched, and some of the challenges with maintaining a well patched computing environment.
None of the ports of your data center’s patch panel are labeled. Which one of these would be the best choice for locating the cable that’s connected to a workstation on the other side of the building?
To keep things running at peak efficiency, your computer needs occasional maintenance. In this video, you’ll learn some useful techniques for maintaining your PC.
An important security practice is keeping your system and applications up-to-date. In this video, you’ll learn about patch management techniques and protecting your computer with timely updates.
The process of building out a wiring infrastructure can be tedious, but it goes much faster with quality punch down tools. In this video, you’ll learn about punch down tools and how they are used to create cable patches on punch down blocks.
Depending on the situation, you’ll find yourself using both straight through and crossover cables in Ethernet networks. In this video, you’ll learn about the differences between the two and the uses of both cable types.