Free IT Training Resources from Intense School

  • Then and Now: Skills and

    Requirements of a

    Business Intelligence

    Developer in 2009 vs. 2014
    Five years ago from now – it is 2014 at the time of writing – I started my career in the fascinating world of business intelligence. I started using the Microsoft business intelligence stack of SQL Server 2005 ...
  • GNS3 Lab:

    Introduction to MPLS

    Layer 3 VPN Part 2
    In the last article, we discussed the basic configuration of MPLS Layer 3 VPN. Part 2 will cover the following tasks and topics on how to share routing information between difference customers or VRF in an MPLS VPN network:
  • Changes in VMware Certified

    Professional – DCV 5.5
    During the opening keynote of VMworld 2013, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger announced the general availability of the next generation of their flagship product, vSphere, 5.5. Five months later, VMware Education has released the updated version of the VMware Certified Professional –Data Center Virtualization test to cover the several new features. ...
  • 5 Mysterious SharePoint Errors

    And How To Resolve Them
   

Featured Papers, Tutorials, and Articles:

costLoad04232014
Apr 23 2014

Network Reliability Series: Equal Cost Load Balancing

Hello and welcome to this article in our network reliability series. In the last article, we examined active/standby and active/active redundancy in … Read More

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Apr 22 2014

The Product Market Strategy (Ansoff Matrix)

Hello readers and welcome back to our project management series. Hope you had fun and were enlightened going through our two-part article … Read More

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Apr 21 2014

Arduino: Getting Started Right Out of the Box

Arduino is an easy-to-use but powerful platform for developing electronic systems that can interact with the physical world. It consists of a … Read More

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Apr 18 2014

Understanding the Project Environment Part 2

Hello everyone and welcome back to our project management series. In the previous post, we began exploring the project environment and its … Read More

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CCENT ICND1 100-101 Complete Video Course Review

Literally, there are hundreds of videos in this course, somewhere around 250 and the whole course is about 16 – 18 hours. … Read More

ProjectEnvir04172014
Apr 17 2014

Understanding the Project Environment

Hello readers, welcome back to our project management series. In our last article, we manage to explore the skill set required by … Read More

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CCNA Security-CCP Series Lab #2: NAT, continued

In the previous article, we began configuring our second lab which deals with Network Address Translation (NAT). We got through configuring two … Read More

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Apr 16 2014

Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 – Flash Cards and Exam Practice Pack Review

At this moment, the book is available only in hard cover format. Along with the actual book, you get a CD which … Read More

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CCNA Security- CCP Series Lab #2: NAT

In the last two articles in this series, we went through our first lab which dealt with ACLs and a little bit … Read More

SecFAC04152014
Apr 15 2014

CCNA Security- Solutions to FACs: Privilege Levels

Following the previous FAC article, I received a question about privilege levels: what commands are available at the different privilege levels? In … Read More

LinxCisco04142014
Apr 14 2014

Using Linux tools with Cisco devices, part two

NOTE: Click here to download GNS3 files and toplogy file for this article One of the strengths of Linux is its rich … Read More

CCP-Pt5
Apr 11 2014

CCNA Security- CCP Series: Lab #1: ACL Configuration (Cont’d)

In the last article, we began with our CCP labs by configuring access lists through the CCP tool. In that article, we … Read More

CCP-Pt4
Apr 10 2014

CCNA Security- CCP Series: Lab #1: ACL Configuration

Welcome to the 4th article in this Cisco Configuration Professional series which will be presented, lab style. We will begin by listing … Read More

CCNA-CCP-Part3
Apr 09 2014

CCNA Security- CCP Series: Interface familiarization

In the previous article in this CCP series, we went through common discovery issues with the CCP tool and how to resolve … Read More

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Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V (Part 5)

Our previous Hyper-V article explored Hyper-V replica as a disaster recovery replication system that provides virtual machine level replication across LAN or … Read More

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Apr 08 2014

Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V (Part 4)

Previous articles in the Hyper-V series examined the installation and configuration of Hyper-V hosts as well as managing network resources and memory … Read More

BusinessIntell-04072014
Apr 07 2014

Then and Now: Skills and Requirements of a Business Intelligence Developer in 2009 vs. 2014

Five years ago from now – it is 2014 at the time of writing – I started my career in the fascinating … Read More

MPLS04042014
Apr 04 2014

GNS3 Lab: Introduction to MPLS Layer 3 VPN Part 2

Note: Click here to download GNS3-enabled config and topography files. In the last article, we discussed the basic configuration of MPLS Layer … Read More

netwrix-500
Apr 03 2014

Auditing for Backdoors Left Behind by the Previous IT Person

A software company with around 100 data center customers ended up on the receiving end of a nasty surprise due to a … Read More

WCCP04022014
Apr 02 2014

Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP) & WAN Optimization

Unlike many of my articles up until now, when I say something is often perceived as being more difficult than it really … Read More

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    AWESOME! My instructors wide range of experience (PMP, MSCE, Security+, CISSP, etc.) really adds to the class. She had a wonderful sense of humor and related to the audience well. Wonderful resource.Bob Hillhouse, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Instructor did an excellent job. She used great analogies to make the information memorable. She also focused in on items that we should pay attention to. Loved the class!Jill Vaughan, DHS CM
    The instructor was the best teacher I have ever had at any level. I learned more in the last 7 days than I did studying on my own for the past 6 months. The material was presented in a way that was easy for everyone to understand. He by far had the most knowledge of anyone I have ever met in the subject and I hope to learn more from him in the future.Stephen Muma
    Instructor was superb in teaching this class. He used a variety of teaching styles to accommodate multiple students. He took the time to know each of us and apply his knowledge to each student specifically. Brandy Weber