Benefits Of Collaboration Quiz

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Businesses need to embrace collaboration technology that supports the needs of a modern workforce and helps them to become more productive. There are a lot of technical advancements that make-work easier. Having taken a course on how to ensure there is peaceful collaboration between the workforces what do you think you understand so far? Take up the quiz below and get a glimpse of your understanding on collaboration. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which type of network design combines voice, video, and data on the same communication channel?

    • A.

      A traditional network

    • B.

      A converged network

    • C.

      A storage area network

    • D.

      An extranet

    Correct Answer
    B. A converged network
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.3.1
    Traditional networks used separate, dedicated networks for voice, video, and data. A converged network combines all three types of traffic on a single network, thus introducing new ways for people to communicate and interact.

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  • 2. 

    Fill in the blank.The farther you are from the central office when utilizing a DSL connection, the _______ the connection speed.​

    Correct Answer
    slower
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.2.4
    The quality of a DSL connection relies heavily on the quality of the telephone lines and the distance the signal has to travel to reach the central office. If the phone lines are of poor quality, or the signal has to travel too far, the maximum achievable bandwidth will be lower.

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  • 3. 

    Which statement describes a network that supports QoS?

    • A.

      The fewest possible devices are affected by a failure.

    • B.

      The network should be able to expand to keep up with user demand.

    • C.

      The network provides predictable levels of service to different types of traffic.

    • D.

      Data sent over the network is not altered in transmission.

    Correct Answer
    C. The network provides predictable levels of service to different types of traffic.
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.3.2
    QoS means that the network can deliver services in a predictable, measurable, and, if necessary, guaranteed manner. QoS uses classification and queuing to manage the delivery of data, minimizing delay and packet loss.

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  • 4. 

    A data center has recently updated a physical server to host multiple operating systems on a single CPU. The data center can now provide each customer with a separate web server without having to allocate an actual discrete server for each customer. What is the networking trend that is being implemented by the data center in this situation?

    • A.

      BYOD

    • B.

      Virtualization

    • C.

      Maintaining communication integrity

    • D.

      Online collaboration

    Correct Answer
    B. Virtualization
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.4.1
    Virtualization technology can run several different operating systems in parallel on a single CPU.

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  • 5. 

    What are two benefits of collaboration and video-on-demand applications? (Choose two.)

    • A.

      Providing a richer e-learning environment

    • B.

      Providing better social media opportunities

    • C.

      Providing faster, more secure business communications

    • D.

      Ensuring a more reliable network

    • E.

      Providing data storage and retrieval to a business

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Providing a richer e-learning environment
    B. Providing better social media opportunities
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.1.1
    Networks now can provide on-demand video and enable mobile learning to support new ways of teaching and learning.

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  • 6. 

    What is a wiki?

    • A.

      A personal journal that is posted on the Internet

    • B.

      An audio-based medium that is used to deliver information to a wide audience

    • C.

      A web page that groups of people can edit and review

    • D.

      An online meeting

    Correct Answer
    C. A web page that groups of people can edit and review
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.1.1
    A wiki involves groups of people who create, edit, and share knowledge. A wiki can contain audio files, video files, podcasts, and other types of media as well as written information. Unlike a blog, a wiki is designed for group sharing and extensive review.

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  • 7. 

    In which scenario would the use of a WISP be recommended?

    • A.

      An Internet café in a city

    • B.

      A farm in a rural area without wired broadband access

    • C.

      Any home with multiple wireless devices

    • D.

      An apartment in a building with cable access to the Internet

    Correct Answer
    B. A farm in a rural area without wired broadband access
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.4.2
    Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) are typically found in rural areas where DSL or cable access is not available. A dish or antenna on the property of the subscriber connects wirelessly to a WISP transmitter, eliminating the need for physical cabling outside the building.

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  • 8. 

    Fill in the blank.An _______ is a private connection of LANs and WANs that belongs to an organization, and is designed to be accessible only by the members and employees of the organization, or others with authorization.​

    Correct Answer
    Intranet
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.2.3
    Intranets connect LANs and WANs that should only be accessible by internal employees, whereas an extranet allows organizations to do business directly with other external organizations by allowing them access to part of the internal network.

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  • 9. 

    During a routine inspection, a technician discovered that software that was installed on a computer was secretly collecting data about websites that were visited by users of the computer. Which type of threat is affecting this computer?

    • A.

      DoS attack

    • B.

      Identity theft

    • C.

      Spyware

    • D.

      Zero-dat attack

    Correct Answer
    C. Spyware
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.4.3
    Spyware is software that is installed on a network device and that collects information.

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  • 10. 

    Fill in the blank.A _______ network is able to expand to accept new devices and applications without affecting performance.

    Correct Answer
    scalable
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.3.2
    Scalable networks can expand both quickly and easily to support new users, applications, and services without affecting performance.

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  • 11. 

    Which two statements correctly define types of network infrastructure? (Choose two.)

    • A.

      A WAN is designed to provide access to a city and is typically operated by a single entity.

    • B.

      A WLAN is designed to wirelessly interconnect users and end points in a small geographical area.

    • C.

      A SAN is designed to support data storage, retrieval, and replication.

    • D.

      A LAN is designed to provide slower speed bandwidth between WANs.

    • E.

      A WLAN provides wired access to large organizations with campuses, such as universities.

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. A WLAN is designed to wirelessly interconnect users and end points in a small geographical area.
    C. A SAN is designed to support data storage, retrieval, and replication.
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.2.2
    A WAN is designed to provide access to other networks over a wide geographical area. A WAN, not LAN, is designed to provide slower speed bandwidth between LANs.

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  • 12. 

    Refer to the exhibit. Which term correctly identifies the device type that is included in the area B?

    • A.

      Source

    • B.

      End

    • C.

      Transfer

    • D.

      Intermediary

    Correct Answer
    D. Intermediary
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.2.1
    Routers and switches are intermediary devices. End devices consist of PCs, laptops, and servers. They also include printers, VoIP phones, security cameras, and hand-held devices.

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  • 13. 

    For which three reasons was a packet-switched connectionless data communications technology used when developing the Internet? (Choose three.)

    • A.

      It can rapidly adapt to the failure of network devices and communication links.

    • B.

      It allows for billing of network use by the amount of time a connection is established.

    • C.

      Data packets can travel through the network using multiple different paths.

    • D.

      Network devices dynamically decide on the best available path to forward each packet.

    • E.

      It requires that a data circuit between the source and destination be established before the data can be transferred.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. It can rapidly adapt to the failure of network devices and communication links.
    C. Data packets can travel through the network using multiple different paths.
    D. Network devices dynamically decide on the best available path to forward each packet.
    Explanation
    Refer to curriculum topic: 1.3.2

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