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CompTIA A+ Core 1 Exam: Guide to Computing Infrastructure
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Jill West (Georgia Northwestern Technical College) Joy Dark
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CompTIA A+ Core 1 Exam: Guide to Computing Infrastructure

Jill West (Georgia Northwestern Technical College) Joy Dark Jean Andrews


CENGAGE Learning Custom Publishing

Computing: general;
Computer certification: CompTia


608 pages

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Master the details of IT technical support as best-selling authors Andrews, West and Dark explain how to work effectively with users as well as how to install, maintain and troubleshoot computer hardware and networks in the leading COMPTIA A+ CORE 1 EXAM: GUIDE TO COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTURE, 10E. This step-by-step, highly visual approach uses CompTIA A+ Exam objectives as a framework to prepare you for the 220-1001 certification exam. Each chapter covers core and advanced topics while emphasizing practical applications of the most current technology, techniques and industry standards in IT today. You learn by doing with this edition's expanded coverage of the latest hardware, security, mobile device support, cloud computing and virtualization. Lab Manuals, CourseNotes, online labs and optional MindTap online resources provide additional certification test prep and interactive activities to prepare you for a role as a professional IT support technician

By:   Jill West (Georgia Northwestern Technical College), Joy Dark, Jean Andrews
Imprint:   CENGAGE Learning Custom Publishing
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   10th edition
Dimensions:   Height: 276mm,  Width: 213mm,  Spine: 27mm
Weight:   1.474kg
ISBN:   9780357108376
ISBN 10:   035710837X
Pages:   608
Publication Date:   March 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Primary
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

1. Taking a Computer Apart and Putting It Back Together. 2. All About Motherboards. 3. Supporting Processors and Upgrading Memory. 4. Supporting the Power System and Troubleshooting Computers. 5. Supporting Hard Drives and Other Storage Devices. 6. Supporting I/O Devices. 7. Setting Up a Local Network. 8. Network Infrastructure and Troubleshooting. 9. Supporting Mobile Devices. 10. Virtualization, Cloud Computing, and Printers. Appendix A: Safety Procedures and Environmental Concerns. Appendix B: Entry Points for Startup Processes. Appendix C: CompTIA Acronyms.

Jill West, a CIS instructor at Georgia Northwestern Technical College, brings a unique cross-section of experience in business, writing and education to the development of innovative educational materials. She has taught multiple ages and content areas with a focus on a flipped classroom approach and distance learning, as well as educational counseling. Ms. West was instrumental in piloting a flipped classroom program for learning support courses at North Georgia Technical College, and she has more than a decade of experience working with Jean Andrews in IT textbook development. Ms. West and her husband, Mike, live in northwest Georgia where they homeschool their four children. Joy Dark has worked in the IT field as a help-desk technician providing first-level support for a company with presence in 29 states. She has also worked as a second-tier technician in healthcare IT and as an operations specialist designing support protocols and structures, where her CompTIA A+ and HIT certifications have been particularly useful. As an instructor, Ms. Dark has taught online IT and has taught English as a second language in the United States and South America. She has helped write several successful technical textbooks with Ms. Andrews. Ms. Dark lives in northwest Georgia with her two daughters and pet Doberman. Jean Andrews has more than 30 years of experience in the computer industry as well as more than 13 years of teaching in the college classroom. She has worked in a variety of businesses where she's designed, written, and supported application software. She has also managed a computer repair help desk and handled troubleshooting for wide area networks. Ms. Andrews has written numerous books on software, hardware and the Internet. In addition to this bestselling A+ GUIDE TO IT TECHNICAL SUPPORT, she's written the A+ GUIDE TO HARDWARE: MANAGING, MAINTAINING AND TROUBLESHOOTING. She lives in north Georgia.

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