A LAN Manager’s responsibilities revolve around managing the local area network of a business. They set everything up, design the system, and provide maintenance support. Their duties commonly include creating and implementing different authentication methods to secure the network, troubleshooting any software/hardware issues, and creating strategies to improve the efficiency of the systems they’re working on.
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The Mobility Solutions Lead Architect owns and communicates the architectural vision of the product or solution with which the professionals are involved with mobile systems, development platforms, integration methodologies, and broad, detailed knowledge of mobile technologies and industry trends.
Modern commercial consumers consider the ability to interact with customers, staffs, assets, products, and other companies in real time, anytime, and from any basic location requirements. The Mobility Solutions Architect is a combined key for managing cellular data, equipment, and apps.
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The Cisco Wireless LAN Design Specialist provides field support for Cisco Wireless LAN solutions. The specialists install and configure Cisco Wireless products. The design specialist will possess demonstrable knowledge of WLAN technology, including RF, antenna theory, and 802.11a, b, and g standards, with support of controllers and Aps. They offer technical assistance regarding voice over WLAN, outdoor mesh, and secure wireless.
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Cisco Wireless LAN Design Specialist Job Description
A Cisco Wireless LAN Design Specialist position involves maintenance of enterprise 802.11a/b standards, site surveys and configuration of controllers and Aps. They should possess a proper understanding of radio frequency and antenna theory.
Other responsibilities include:
• Responsibility for the contracted managed LAN/WLAN
• Offer technical assistance to troubleshoot and installation of networked equipment
• Recognize and asses the cause of performance breakdowns and recommend solutions
• Conduct pro-active maintenance routine and submit a timely report
• Play an active role in the configuration of the network equipment
• Take care of the capacity and performance management
• Analyze present network trouble and rectify issues that arise
• Control network upgrades and enhancements
• Organize preventive maintenance routine check-ups
• Maintain the necessary documentation for the managed network environment
• Address client network diagrams, method of procedures, business case development, statement of work, transition planning, project planning, and other related tasks
• Detect and examine the source of performance breakdowns and devise innovative solutions
• Take charge of network availability through continuous improvement
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Cisco security professionals have to manage all security equipment, such as the Cisco ASA, IDS/IPS devices of Cisco. They have to promptly act when alerts arrive by examining potential security and data issues.
Specialists must review switches, routers, and firewall configurations. They need to work with the different teams, such as telephony team, systems administrators, and application owners of business units, to come up with IT solutions to tackle threats to their business.
When somebody asks me a question “what kind of work do you do?" I answer, a "SIM-card software developer”, even well versed in software development people are often surprised. Many people think that the SIM-card is something like a flash drive.
In this article I will briefly tell you about the SIM-card (and smart cards in general), what for it is needed and what it has inside.
In fact, the SIM-card is an instance of a contact smart card with a microprocessor. It represents a fairly secure microcomputer with CPU, ROM (optional), RAM and NVRAM (which stands as a prototype of the hard drive in the PC) with hardware generators of random numbers and hardware implementation of cryptographic algorithms.
The structure of microprocessor smart card can be as: