Webcast: IOS Upgrade Catalyst 2K & 3K - Easy as Pi
(Live Webcast Tuesday November 15, 2016 at 11 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern)
On this event you will have the opportunity to learn how to upgrade IOS on Cisco Catalyst Switches of the 2960, 3560 and 3750 series. Cisco is a network equipment manufacturer that regularly updates IOS, during this session the expert will explain why it is recommended to regularly upgrade the IOS of the Cisco appliances and how it is possible to do it right since the first time. Also, the session will cover different methods and best practices to upgrade IOS on Cisco Catalyst Switches.
What is in the hype? Why is software upgrade (so) important?
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Leo Laohoo is a network engineer for the government of Canberra, Australia, he has been working for the local government since 2009. Leo specializes in wireless and LAN/WAN technologies. He previously worked with EDS (today HP) and SITA/Equant, he holds a Colleague Degree in Business Management and a CCNA.
On his free time, Leo enjoys participating in the Cisco Support Community, he states that it is a “to-way street”. A place where you can help someone else and at the same time learn from other people’s responses their responses to you answers.
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