August 24, 2016
From Atoms to Molecules
o Have 3 primary particles
o Atoms of various elements differ in:
Number of protons, neutrons, and electrons
The arrangement of them
This fact determines how atoms can
Date: _01 April 16_
DIRECTIONS: Complete the following worksheet. Identify each topology diagram by name, and add the
typical logical and/or physical characteristics associated with each topology.
Unit 1 Assignment 2: Impact of a Data Classification Standard
Domain is a unique user name that identifies a website or a users account. It can be
created by default by companies IT personnel to maintain the securit
1. There have been 7 revisions of the SQL standard. In the most recent revision, SQL
2011, there were many new non-temporal features. You have DELETE in MERGE,
Pipelined DML, CALL enhancements, limited fetch capability, collection type
These are a group of related attributes that form subthemes within an entity. The
members of the group are dependent on one another. If one member of the group
repeats so will the others in the group. An entity should be about only
Explore the Latest ANSI and ISO Standards:
ANSI (The American National Standards Institute) accredits standards that are developed by
representatives of other standards organizations, government agencies, consumer groups,
companies, and others. These stan
Declarative programming is where you say what you want without having to say how to
do it. With procedural programming, you have to specify exact steps to get a result. For
example, SQL is more declarative than procedural, because the queries don't specif
1. Find out how MySQL manages basic authentication and authorization.
SQL is a declarative language meaning you say what you want done, not how to do it. It
is not case sensitive but can be if the databases options are set to be case sensitive. It
Best practices for disaster recovery:
1. Align disaster recovery with application development.
2. Dedicate and empower staff.
3. Try (and test) before you buy.
4. What you do with the results of the test is a critical part of disaster recovery planning.
I would join these two new domains as child domains to the main offices DC.
I would configure both new DNS Main Controllers as standard primary zones. I would then
configure the AD with the replication scope that involves replication to all domain control
Dear Junior IT Administrator,
I have read your email and I can see the problem you are having. DHCP relies on broadcast
messages that are limited to the subnet to which they originate and are not forwarded to other
subnets within your domain. What has pro
Almost every U.S. employer and worker is under OSHA jurisdiction for occupational safety
and health standards in the workplace and elsewhere on the job. OSHA gets its authority from
the Federal, Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act or OSHA)
Crosstalk: a transfer of unwanted signals (noise) from one pair within a cable to another.
Waveguides: a structure, such as a cable, that guides electromagnetic waves along its length.
FTTH: Fiber-to-the-home. Fiber reaches the boundary of the living spac
Refraction of Light
Refraction is the bending of a wave when it enters a medium where it's speed is different. The refraction
of light when it passes from a fast medium to a slow medium bends the light ray toward the normal to the
boundary between the two
The Jones Corporation of Virginia is accepting proposals to design and develop a functional
specification for a comprehensive technology network system, including required network
cabling and components with required network devices. This will be
The Wiremap test is used to identify physical errors of the installation; proper pin termination at each end,
shorts between any two or more wires, continuity to the remote end, split pairs, crossed pairs, reversed pairs,
and any other m
Wired connections are easier to set up while wireless requires configuring the router and
more steps on the computer side of things. Also, with a wireless setup, other electrical devices
can still potentially interfere with your internet, in some cases ca
Some important things to consider when addressing your cabling needs are your current bandwidth needs,
your expected future bandwidth requirements and your budget.
A primary concern in determining the type of cabling to use is your network's current bandw
Horizontal and Backbone Cables these cables run between a cross-connect panel in the
telecommunications room to a telecommunications outlet in the work area.
Patch Cords these will be used on patch panels to provide the connection between
Horizontal Cable: These cables run between a cross-connect panel in a telecommunications room and a
telecommunications outlet located near the work area.
Backbone Cable: This cable runs between telecommunications rooms, enclosures and the main cross-conne
Fiber optic cable has many advantages over copper cable. Fiber transmits data much faster over longer
distances than copper. Fiber cable is also smaller diameter and weighs less than copper cabling, making it ideal
for a variety of cabling solutions.
First, I would figure out who has jurisdiction as far as which codes must be followed (i.e.
local, state, county, city, NEC, etc.). Local codes would take precedence over all other
installation guides. I would definitely consult NEC Chapters 1-3, 5, 7 and
Multimaster replication and si
Gari-Shaun Jones NT1230
Unit 9.Exercise 2.File Server
Respond to the following email:
-FROM: Rebop Pakulah, Acme Engineering Company
RE: Confusion over where to find files.
Hello most esteemed US computer guru,
Thank you for your help in controlling our p
For this particular situation, I would use a peer to peer client server network
configuration using mobile rack servers (supporting hardware) with shared
hosting for its low price and it should have room for growth and also be mobile in
case the company g
Yes, you can, and should, upgrade to Windows 7 Profesional and Windows
Server 2008. You stated in your email some vital computer requirements needed
for this particular operating system and all of your computers should support this.
In general, is uploading or downloading faster? Why?
Generally, ISPs have designed this so because users download data far more than they upload
Does it make a difference if the speed is measured in bits or bytes? Why?
Providers advertise their spee