Identify network hardware and protocols
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By the end of this course you should:
know the names of hardware (e.g. hubs, routers, switches) and of protocols (e.g. SMTP, iMAP, POP, FTP, TCP/IP) associated with networking computer systems
be able to use technologies and online services securely, and know how to identify and report inappropriate conduct.
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