You'll learn everything you need to install, manage and configure the many Cisco endpoints that make campus-wide collaboration possible. Cisco uses unique codecs and protocols to manage their collaboration hardware, and they'll be yours to command after you take this course.
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Cisco Collaboration Protocols, Codecs, and Endpoints FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
You should take this course on Cisco collaboration technologies so that you can land a job as a collaboration technician and then actually enjoy doing it without dreading the most complicated parts. Managing Cisco collaboration technology is complicated, but it doesn't have to be challenging – just take this course.
No, this course is focused narrowly on collaboration management and configuration, not on passing tests. After taking this course, certifying exams that cover managing and configuring Cisco's unique protocols and codecs will be easier, but it wasn't designed with any exams in mind.
Even though this course doesn't tie directly to any certification, that doesn't mean you shouldn't eventually earn one. After this course, you'll have a much better sense of what to expect on the CCNP Collaboration certifying exam, which covers a lot more than configuring endpoints.
This course is good for collaboration technicians and engineers, but it's best for administrators who have suddenly found themselves working with collaboration technology. If it's not a part of your normal job but you're still expected to make the phones work right, this course will get you on track.