Cisco CCNP Collaboration

Cisco professional certification

3 to 5 years experience recommended

Exams Towards this Certification

This expert Cisco CCNP Collaboration training covers the objectives in the 350-801 CLCOR and 300-815 CLACCM exams, which are two exams you can take to earn the Cisco Certified Collaboration Professional (CCNP Collaboration) certification.

Cisco offers five possible concentration exams: 300-810 CLICA: Implementing Cisco Collaboration Applications (CLICA), 300-815 CLACCM: Implementing Cisco Advanced Call Control and Mobility Services (CLACCM), 300-820 CLCEI: Implementing Cisco Collaboration Cloud and Edge Solutions (CLCEI), 300-825 CLCNF: Implementing Cisco Collaboration Conferencing (CLCNF), and 300-835 CLAUTO: Implementing Automation for Cisco Collaboration Solutions (CLAUI). For the generation of technology users entering the workforce, a common misconception is that phones, instant messages, video conferences and collaboration technologies "just work". They can be forgiven — they think little of throwing away cell phones with more processing power than the original lunar lander. The reality is that collaboration technologies are a modern marvel, and they require trained experts to implement, manage and troubleshoot them. This CCNP Collaboration training turns network administrators into those experts. It covers the physical as well as digital infrastructure requirements for keeping calls, messages, conferences and more "just working". For anyone who manages IT training, this Cisco training can be used for CCNP Collaboration exam prep, onboarding new network administrators, individual or team training plans, or as a Cisco reference resource.

CCNP Collaboration: What You Need to Know

This CCNP Collaboration training covers exam objectives, including these topics:

  • Integrating and troubleshooting Cisco's collaboration tools and technologies
  • Authenticating the users of collaboration tools in real-time and keeping communications secure
  • Provisioning collaboration technologies with Cisco's management tools
  • Configuring and troubleshooting collaboration endpoints to keep conversations moving

Who Should Take CCNP Collaboration Training?

This CCNP Collaboration training is considered professional-level Cisco training, which means it was designed for network administrators. This Cisco collaboration technologies skills course is designed for network administrators with three to five years of experience with Cisco collaboration technologies and applications.

New or aspiring network administrators

If you're a brand new network administrator, getting CCNP Collaboration training early in your career can help you specialize in a valuable skill set. The Cisco certification is a professional-level cert meant for professionals with years of experience — but the training is open to anyone. With this training, you can step up and take responsibility for helping keep everyone's chats and calls going through without lag or stutter and eventually work toward certification.

Experienced network administrators

If you've been working as a network administrator for several years already, this CCNP Collaboration training can help you carve out a niche for yourself and specialize your career. This training is particularly valuable because it explains the ways collaboration technologies are unique from other networks you might have worked with up to now and give you the tools to manage the physical and digital aspects of keeping the collaboration moving.

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