Network trying guide

Throughout the course you have been working with improvements to the Bedford Campus and its satellite campus in Mayberry and an additional satellite. Because of your work, you have been promoted from IT networking trainee to IT networking technician. A new trainee will be starting next week and your boss has asked you to provide a training guide for the new trainee highlighting the knowledge and skills you have developed.Using Individual and Learning Team assignments and discussions as reference, compile your guide as follows:As a reference, compile the final network diagrams (1 page each) for all campuses with all of the improvements you and your team have made.Create a 1- to 2-page Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) in the form of a table in Microsoft® Word including the following questions:What is the difference between a distributed and a centralized computer system? Describe the underlying principles and issues of distributed versus centralized computer systems and how cloud-based solutions have altered current networking solutions. Refer to the network diagrams you created as an illustration of a distributed network.What are the major network topologies? Refer to the network diagrams you created as an illustration of the logical and physical topology you employed.Why are standards bodies essential in networking and the Internet?Why are the OSI and TCP/IP network models important in networking? Provide an example from one of the labs that illustrates the performance of one of the protocols you used.What are the major TCP/IP protocols in use today? Provide an example from one of the labs that illustrates troubleshooting an issue with a protocol you used.What is the difference between a LAN and a WAN?What is meant by the terms latency, response time, and jitter, and what tools could you use to measure these?What is VOIP, and what older technologies does it replace?Create a 14- to 16-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including Introduction, Conclusion, and Reference slides, that contains the following:An accurate description of the “building blocks” of today’s data communication networks, such as switches, routers, and cabling. Provide examples from your network diagram of each building block.A concise strategy to ensure the availability of network access in switched and routed networks. Provide illustrations from your improvements to the original campus networks.An explanation of how firewalls mitigate some network attack scenarios. Give at least two examples from your solutions to the campus network that illustrates how you mitigated network attacks.A list of at least five security concerns inherent to wired, wireless, and mobile networking.A description of at least 3 responsibilities networking teams face in providing networking services, including security, privacy, reliability, and performance.Note: Other applications like Adobe® Spark or Microsoft® Sway® or Mix can be used instead of PowerPoint®.Be sure to include supportive graphics and appropriate backgrounds and styles. All references need to adhere to APA guidelines, and images should not be copied unless author permission is obtained or copyright free images are used.

computer science homework

Design and write a Java procedure named printMoney that prints a floating-point number as a currency value (with a $ sign and exactly two decimal digits): /*    printMoney ( double )     procedure outputs an amount in currenct format     ex1: printMoney( 1234.5678 ) outputs “$1,234.56”    ex2: printMoney( 0 ) outputs “$0.00”    ex3: printMoney( -1234.5678 ) outputs “-$1,234.56” */

case study

solution: Kaspersky Lab-kaspersky advance endpoint protection service
  Case Study #1: Technology & Product Review for Endpoint Protection Solutions Case Scenario: Sifers-Grayson (the “client”) has requested that your company research and recommend an Endpoint Protection Platform, which will provide host-based protection for the laptop PC’s used by its employees. These employees manage hardware and software development projects using a Web based project management system. The laptops are also used to access web-based corporate email servers and additional web-based applications used for internal business operations. Their laptops are running the Windows 8/8.1 operating system and cannot be upgraded to Windows 10 due to compatibility problems in a business critical, proprietary software package. The Windows 8/8.1 laptops currently use Microsoft Windows Defender and Microsoft Windows Firewall to provide host-based protection against malware, spyware, and intrusions.  The client wants an Endpoint Protection product that is easy to use, is deployable on individual laptops as host-based protection, and automatically updates itself (patches and virus definition files). The “automatic” updates could be a problem since some of the laptops are rarely connected to the company’s networks. Instead, those employees use an intermittent cellular connection to access the Internet while visiting customers or working at the engineering test range.  Research: 1.       Review the Week 1 readings.  2.       Choose one of the Endpoint Protection Platform products from the Gartner Magic Quadrant analysis (link provided in the weekly readings).  Then, research your chosen product using the vendor’s website and product information brochures. (Vendors for highly rated products will provide a copy of Gartner’s most recent Magic Quadrant report on their websites but, registration is required.) 3.       Find three or more additional sources which provide reviews for (a) your chosen product or (b) information about Endpoint Protection Platforms. Write: Write a 3 page summary of your research (“briefing paper”). At a minimum, your summary must include the following: 1.       An introduction or overview for the security technology category (Endpoint Protection Platforms) 2.       A review of the features, capabilities, and deficiencies for your selected vendor and product   3.       Discussion of how the selected product could be used by your client to support its cybersecurity objectives by reducing risk, increasing resistance to threats/attacks, decreasing vulnerabilities, etc. 4.       A closing section in which you restate your recommendation for a product (include the three most important benefits).   As you write your review, make sure that you address security issues using standard cybersecurity terminology (e.g. protection, detection, prevention, “governance,” confidentiality, integrity, availability, nonrepudiation, assurance, etc.).  See the ISACA glossary  if you need a refresher on acceptable terms and definitions.  Formatting Instructions Use standard APA formatting for the MS Word document that you submit to your assignment folder. Formatting requirements and examples are found under Course Resources > APA Resources. Submit For Grading  Submit your Technology & Product Review in MS Word format (.docx or .doc file) for grading using your assignment folder. (Attach the file.) Additional Information 1.       There is no penalty for writing more than 3 pages but, clarity and conciseness are valued. If your essay is shorter than 3 pages, you may not have sufficient content to meet the assignment requirements (see the rubric). 2.       You are expected to write grammatically correct English in every assignment that you submit for grading. Do not turn in any work without (a) using spell check, (b) using grammar check, (c) verifying that your punctuation is correct and (d) reviewing your work for correct word usage and correctly structured sentences and paragraphs.    3.       You are expected to credit your sources using in-text citations and reference list entries. Both your citations and your reference list entries must comply with APA 6th edition Style requirements. Failure to credit your sources will result in penalties as provided for under the university’s Academic Integrity policy.