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Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks in CCIE Collaboration Recommended Books List

16 Sep

I’ve always been an advocate of security and that – there’s no discussion that’s complete without security aspect to it.

Cisco and Cisco Learning have released the exam topics and a list of recommended books for CCIE Collaboration – and it resonates the notion – security is now an implicit part of the CCIE collaboration exam.

Naturally, Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks is in the recommended book list for CCIE Collaboration on Cisco LearningĀ  (CCO)

http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/exams/list/cciec.html#~Resources,

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your copy of Securing Cisco IP Telephony eBook / paperback from Cisco Press, Cisco Market Place, Amazon or a local bookshop or an online store and get started with CCIE collaboration written and lab exam preparation.

Buy at CiscoPress.com

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