The mobile age is upon us. More and more people are using tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices to accomplish things in their personal and professional lives. As businesses embrace this trend, they need to support their employees in the use of mobile devices while protecting their own assets, such as intellectual property.
If you are already a traditional network support technician, you're well on the way to having the knowledge and skills needed to support the mobile workforce. This course builds on your existing knowledge and experience to provide you with critical concepts related to over-the-air technologies, wireless networking, and mobile devices.
Configure over-the-air technologies.
Apply RF principles.
Implement a wireless network infrastructure.
Implement network infrastructure devices and services.
Implement mobile solutions.
Prepare the enterprise for a mobile network.
Deploy mobile devices.
Implement mobile device operations.
Maintain mobile device operations.
Deploy mobile applications and related technologies.
Lesson 3: Implementing a Wireless Network Infrastructure
Choose a Network Topology
Describe the OSI Model
Implement Network Ports and Protocols
Lesson 4: Implementing Network Infrastructure Devices and Services
Implement a Firewall
Implement Connectivity Devices and Services
Traverse Wireless and Wired Networks
Implement Wireless IP Traffic
Configure Core Wireless Network TCP/IP Services
Implement Disaster Recovery
Lesson 5: Implementing Mobile Solutions
Create a Mobile Device Policy
Align Mobile Device Management to Enterprise Requirements
Align Mobile Service Solutions to Enterprise Requirements
Align Mobile Infrastructure Management to Enterprise Requirements
Lesson 6: Preparing the Enterprise for a Mobile Network
Implement the SDLC
Prepare the Infrastructure
Lesson 7: Deploying Mobile Devices
Manage Cellular Device Activation and Deployment
Configure Mobile Device Peripherals
Complete the Onboarding and Provision Process
Complete the Off-boarding and De-provisioning Process
Lesson 8: Implementing Mobile Device Operations
Distribute Centralized Content
Implement Deployment Best Practices
Configure Remote Capabilities
Lesson 9: Maintaining Mobile Device Operations
Manage Lifecycle Operations
Back Up, Recover, and Segregate Data
Stay Current with New Technologies
Lesson 10: Deploying Mobile Applications and Related Technologies
Choose Mobile App Types
Determine In-house Application Development Requirements
Implement Push Notification
Lesson 11: Implementing Mobile App Protocols and Services
Configure Mobile Applications
Implement Proxy and Gateway Settings
Implement Information Traffic Topology
Lesson 12: Implementing Mobile Security
Implement Encryption Methods
Implement Access Control
Implement Security Monitoring
Lesson 13: Mitigating Mobile Network Risk
Identify Risks and Threats
Implement Mitigation Techniques
Lesson 14: Implementing Incident Response
Identify an Incident
Create and Execute a Policy-Based Response
Report an Incident
Lesson 15: Troubleshooting Mobile Devices and Networks
Implement Troubleshooting Methodology
Troubleshoot Device Problems
Troubleshoot Application Problems
Troubleshoot Over-the-Air Connectivity Problems
Troubleshoot Security Problems
Intended Audience for the CompTIA Mobility+ Course
Students taking this course are IT support personnel or prospective support personnel who have at least one year of experience working with computer networks, and who want to further develop their IT skills to include mobile device and wireless support.
This course is also for students seeking the CompTIA® Mobility+® (Exam MB0-001) certification.
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