Cisco just announced a new entry-level certification called the “Cisco Certified Technician” (CCT). This certification sits along side the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) level of certification. According to Cisco, the CCT is for individuals that “have the skills to diagnose, restore, repair, and replace critical Cisco networking and system devices at customer sites.” There are three different flavors of CCT certification including: Continue reading
Ever sicne Slashdot posted a story regarding the “hidden” Wi-Fi Diagnostic tools found in OS X Lion, I’m getting lots of questions on how to use it. First of all, the tools aren’t secret or hidden but simply not documented or highly advertised. In fact there’s lots of really interesting tools and utilities in OS X that you probably aren’t even aware of.
Most of us have already heard about Amazon’s upcoming Android tablet…But did you know that Barnes and Noble is also rumored to release the Nook Color 2 in just a few weeks? Not only that, but I just read today that Lenovo is also expected to release a budget tablet very soon as well.