Simulationexams.com recently released CCNA Practice Tests for Apple Mac OS. The software is compatible with most of the Mac OSes including macOS 10.14. You may download the CCNA Mac by going to the download page. The software is available as trial version free of cost and you may update the software using program interface.
Checkout a few screenshots of the same below:
A drag and drop type of question where a user is required to drag the description to appropriate connector.
The second figure shows the Review screen, where one can review the selected answers.
Other practice tests available for use with Apple Mac computers include Comptia A+ Mac, Network+ Mac, and Security+ Mac.
Check out the website for more information and demo version download. The license may be directly purchased using in-app purchase.
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Tutorialsweb.com, a leading professional skills development site, recently released an article of Cloud Computing. The article is useful for working professional who intends to have a birds view of developing technologies in cloud computing. With the emergence of the Internet, cloud computing is referred during conversations more frequently these days. This article would be useful in understanding the cloud concepts and virtualization.
The contents of the article are given below:
1.1 What is Virtualization?
1.2 What is Cloud computing?
1.3 Difference between Virtualization and cloud computing
2.1 How cloud computing works
2.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of cloud computing
2.3 Types of cloud computing
2.4 Some cloud computing services
2.5 Cloud Operating system
2.6 Some open source cloud applications
3.Cloud computing services providers
3.1 What is Cloud computing service providers
3.2 List of popular Cloud Service Providers
3.3 Programming Languages in Cloud Enterprise Development
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