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CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) Cert Prep 2: Files and Applications, Networking, and Security

Course by: Scott Jernigan
CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) Cert Prep 2: Files and Applications, Networking, and Security Watch preview
  • Course details

    Learn the fundamentals you need to ace the CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) exam. Passing the exam earns you the ITF+ certification, designed for advanced users considering a career in IT. This certification is a great entry point for novices transitioning to IT pros—and this three-part cert prep series provides "self-help" style guidance that you can use to study for the exam. The second course covers files and applications, networking, and security. Instructor Scott Jernigan helps you understand the ins and outs of mobile devices and then shows how to manage files, manage applications, configure networks for Wi-Fi connectivity and printing, and mitigate the most critical IT security threats.

    This course was created by Total Seminars. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.

    Instructor

    • Scott Jernigan

      Scott Jernigan

      Scott Jernigan has been chief editor at Total Seminars for over 15 years.

      Another unlikely hero in the Total Seminars' saga, Scott was a University of Houston medieval history doctoral student. He sure knew a lot about computers though, primarily because of his obsession with computer games. Scott left the doctoral program and has poured his heart and soul into making great books and other training materials.

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