What is Computer Networking?

November 2, 2010 | Ontario

Computer networking is a fast-paced and in-demand career

Toronto, ON - November 2, 2010 - Computer networking is essentially the ability for computers to talk to one another. The possiblity of a worldwide computer network like Skynet from the Terminator movies isn't too far from reality. Aside from the fact that computers of the world aren't trying to terminate mankind just yet, computers do have the capability to communicate with one another across the globe thanks to advances in computer networking.

Computer Networking Jobs

The reality is that in this day and age, computer networking is alive and well in almost all aspects of our daily lives, whether we realize it or not. The unsung heroes of this engineering specialty are the masterminds that make this process tick. After all, making computers talk to one another is a specialized skill that the vast majority of people don't have and there are computer networking jobs always waiting to be filled.  

Networking Courses

If you have a knack for computers and an interest in learning how technical communication works, this is the job for you. CDI College's School of Technology can help you learn the skills through industry-recognized networking courses so you can join this essential industry.

Types of Computer Networking

CDI College has a number of highly regarded computer networking programs including: Network Administrator, Network and Internet Security Specialist and Network and Database Administrator. With these types of computer networking, you'll learn how to create and manage computer networks, opening doors to work for your dream company.

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