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CompTIA Server+ (Exam SK0-004) Student Print Courseware - CompTIA Authorized
CompTIA Server+ (Exam SK0-004) Student Print Courseware - CompTIA Authorized


 
  • Student Guide

  • ebook

  • LearnTO video

  • Checklists

  • Assessments
List Price: USD $116.61

Product Code: 093007S

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Description
Logical Operations print courseware is preferred by instructors and students alike because of its superior instructional design, complete mapping to exam objectives, and the availability of supplemental content in multiple modalities created using single-source development. Logical Operations Print Courseware available exclusively through Logical Operations , provides standard instructor-led training (ILT) courseware; interactive resources designed to reinforce course material; an electronic "e-Book" version of the ILT courseware; HTML versions of the ILT courseware for any mobile device that supports a web browser; and detailed assessments designed to identify competency gaps and validate comprehension. This course is designed for IT professionals such as PC, desktop, and help desk technicians who have experience supporting PC hardware who wish to make the transition to become server hardware and support specialists. This course is also designed for existing server managers who are preparing to take the CompTIA Server+ Exam SK0-004.
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Server+ SKO-004 December 7, 2017
Reviewer: J Youngblood from Tennessee  
I am an instructor for a college. We used this book for Server+ because it is listed on the CompTIA website. What we have found is this: The book does cover every topic on the exam. However, when I say it covers it, this should not be taken to mean that it covers it in detail. In fact, many of the topics and questions are covered like this: Depending on the server, you may have to use a stepdown or stepup power converter. Questions on the test deal more specifically with the actual voltages. So, while the book mentions that some servers use different power levels, you are never told what the different voltages or amps are. The book mentions topics but never goes into details so you don't really learn anything about it. Unfortunately, the exam REQUIRES you to know the details. This book might be good to introduce you into some general concepts about servers, but it is severely lacking as a primary source for study for the Server+ exam. CompTIA should never have recommended this book.

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