7 Jun 2016 | Tim McClintock
How to Have Stakeholders Work for You, Not Against You

Many key factors contribute to project success, such as clear project definition, business objectives and requirements, integrated change control, an effective team and support structure, and strong communication. Though equally as important are stakeholder relationships. Let’s take a look at three steps you can take to manage stakeholders in order to ensure project success.

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22 Jun 2016 | Guest Authors | CEH, Certification, Security
CEH v9 Question of the Week: TCP/IP Session Hijacking

TCP/IP session hijacking is carried out in which OSI layer?

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20 Jun 2016 | Johnny Bass | CCNA, Cisco, Communication
CCNA Collaboration Question of the Week: Add Multiple Users

You are looking to add multiple users all at once with Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Which option could you used?

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17 Jun 2016 | Johnny Bass | CCNP, Certification, Cisco, Routing & Switching
CCNP R&S Question of the Week: CPU Spike

Refer to the following access list: access-list 100 permit ip any any log. After applying the access list on a Cisco router, the network engineer notices that the router CPU has spiked to 99 percent. Why?

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15 Jun 2016 | Guest Authors | CEH, Certification, Security
CEH v9 Question of the Week: Sniff a Switched Network

Martin, a network security auditor, is aware that his company uses a switched network, which cannot be sniffed by some programs without some tweaking. What technique could he use to sniff his agency’s switched network?

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13 Jun 2016 | Johnny Bass | CCNA, Certification, Cisco
CCNA Collaboration Question of the Week: Deploying VoIP

Which three network variables that are crucial when deploying VoIP?

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10 Jun 2016 | Johnny Bass | CCNP, Certification, Cisco, Routing & Switching
CCNP R&S Question of the Week: Troubleshooting an EIGRP Problem

When troubleshooting an EIGRP problem, you notice that two directly connected EIGRP routers are not forming an EIGRP relationship. A ping shows that the two routers can talk to each other. What is the next item that you should check?

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