Gain hands-on expertise in CIW Network Technology Associate certification exam by 1D0-61C Network Technology Associate course. CIW Network Technology Associate certification is a vendor-neutral, entry-level credential designed for healthcare, IT, legal, marketing, business professionals, and graphic artists to gain expertises and knowledge about  functions, features and technologies associated with Internet services, such as cloud computing; OSI reference model and its relationship to packet creation; importance of routing, and you will explore subnet masks, IP address classes, and IP addressing;  essential network security concepts; and much more.

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