CompTIA CDIA Plus Certification


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The CompTIA CDIA+ certification is the industry standard for computer support technicians. It shows competency as an IT professional. The certification, which is international and vendor-neutral, proves competency in installation, preventative maintenance, networking, security and troubleshooting and other areas in numerous technologies and operating systems from such vendors as Microsoft, Apple, Novell, EC-Council, Oracle, and some of the Linux variations.

Employment Objective

Course Description:
The CompTIA CDIA+ certification is an internationally recognized credential acknowledging competency and professionalism in the document imaging/document management industry. CDIA+ candidates possess critical knowledge of all major areas and technologies used to plan, design and specify an imaging system

Intended:
IT professional who has networking and administrative skills in Windows-based TCP/IP networks and familiarity with other operating systems, such as NetWare, Macintosh, UNIX/Linux, and OS/2, who wants to: further a career in Information Technology by acquiring a foundational knowledge of document imaging topics; prepare for the CompTIA CDIA examination or use CDIA as the foundation for specialized workflow, imaging or document storage career roles.

Course Objectives: CompTIA CDIA+ Certification

Document Storage and Retention
Workflow Processing
Document Indexing
COLD (Computer Output to Laser Disk)
Document Security Requirements
Business Process Re-engineering
Document Scanning
Document Output Formats

Course Outline: CompTIA CDIA+ Certification:

The Rationale for Android App Security
Identify the Need for Security
Identify Security Requirements and Expectations
Include Security in Your Development Processes
Identify Your Approach to Risk Management

Gather Business Requirements
Define the problem and determine the goal of the solution
Determine the internal groups that will work with the solution and assess their skill levels
Determine the external groups that will work with the solution
Determine where will people access the system, in which locations, using what type of connections
Determine the regional and organizational compliance, legal, and standardization requirements (e.g.,document retention rules and laws)
Determine the security needs (e.g., access, document security)
Determine the project timeline
Identify integration requirements (e.g., with legacy systems)
Determine the capacity requirements for server processing and storage (e.g., peak processing)
Document quantities of documents (both electronic and paper if applicable
Determine the long-term storage capacity requirements
Define query requirements (e.g., numb er per day, number of query users)
Analyze the input requirements (resolution, image size, volume, scanner performance) to select the appropriate input
devices and interfaces based on the characteristics of the source documents (e.g.,color, weight, finish)
Calculate the amount of image and indexing data (database or file system) to be stored based on the document life cycle requirements
Determine the needed capacity, response times, and throughput rates
Collect all detailed information required for solution design (e.g., technological environment, infrastructure, types of operating systems, databases)
Determine growth needs and plan for scalability
Determine the required service levels for maintenance
Analyze the current document process and determine the document characteristics Determine and confirm capacity, quantities and types of data to validate the storage requirements and growth estimates
Determine the need for back file or data conversion/migration is required
Create specific requirements document
Document the current records storage management requirements and how the new solution addresses these
Determine workflow rules (e.g., flow diagrams)
Determine output requirements (fax, email, printing)
Determine documents preparation requirements, user interactions, Determine paper handling and disposal process
Recommend alternatives for document preparation
Define specific retrieval needs and system requirements to support retrieval
Document all the information collected during requirements-gathering phase, obtaining user's acceptance sign-off and validation towards them

Analyze Business Process
Gather the business requirements and expectations Scope the different aspects of the current business process (e.g., individual tasks, processes, process owners, interaction with people and processes, outside influences)
Analyze all factors that have to do with current business processes
Determine the volumes (input/output) for the selected business process
Perform a Simulation of the current process to determine the baseline
Identify the cost structure and budget (e.g., project and company)
Identify the company's vision and mission, goals, characteristics of the business (e.g., business vision, current and future business challenges, business standards, IT infrastructure)
Define the methodology of the business analysis (e.g., using a holistic approach) and the necessary tools
Perform continuous monitoring to track the current process evolution, additional new processes, and confirm capacity, quantity and type of data to confirm storage requirements and growth estimates
Use the information gathered to determine whether a document imaging/document management solution is viable
Create a communication plan (e.g., types, content, and media) in order to disseminate project goals and benefits at strategic and operational levels
Define informal aspects of the business process
Identify the business culture and organizational hierarchy
Determine the current document security process
Identify the current technology (e.g., scanners, PCs, servers, software) and determine whether a record storage management process/solution currently exists
Harden Internal Systems and Services
Harden DHCP Servers
Harden Network File and Print Servers
Harden Application Servers

Recommend Solution
Identify the possible business scenarios to determine a variety of solutions (e.g., minimal solution, comfort zone solution, best practice solution)
Review and validate the requirements with all parties affected by the proposed solution (e.g., end users, IT, CIO, administrators, help desk, support)
Quantify the alternative solutions by identifying the features, benefits, ROI
3.4 Identify the consequences of each of the alternative solutions
Identify the impact of proposed solution on the network
Identify the impact of proposed solution to the end user (e.g., revisions to job roles, departmental organization, training, physical document security)
Identify, verify, and document assumptions, risks, and issues related to the project
Propose the optimal solution
Present proposed solution design to client for review (e.g., prototype/mock-up screens or flow diagram of requirements process)
Compare the proposed solution to the current process
Gather feedback from presentations in an interactive session and get commitment from the client

Design Solution
Select and configure hardware, software, and define the infrastructure
Select required image enhancement tools
Determine the appropriate types of storage
Determine server/client/network/ web operating systems and databases
Define components of the solution and identify the reuse of existing components
Calculate image size and volume of both input and output to estimate the impact on network performance based upon solution requirements (e.g., intranet and Internet) Define the indexing structure (indices, document classes, attributes)
Define integration aspects (e.g., legacy systems, desktop applications, CRM/ERP/B2B/B2C/B2All)
Define the database management solution
Define the user interface
Select the required retrieval devices (e.g., monitors: size, resolution and refresh rate) based upon the characteristics of the source documents and on the characteristics of use (e.g., multiple exhibition)
Design the input environment
Document the capture process (e.g., format transformation or conversion, image import, scanning, faxes, email, or combination, exception process)
Design how automated techniques such as OCR/ICR/OMR/MICR Barcodes/Forms Recognition, will be utilized to reduce data entry while extracting data from the documents is carried out
Design the output environment
Select the required interfaces based upon the characteristics of both the source documents and the output devices
Design the document management environment (e.g., security, authorization, versioning)
Design the storage architecture based on the storage performance issues (e.g., physical location, cost, speed, retrieval time, environment)
Test the design (e.g., convert (scan etc.) a suitable quantity and types of documents)
Design the backlog conversion strategy and methodology
Define and design the roles and responsibilities to maintain and administer the solution
Design the appropriate levels of system security 4.23 Design the rules for the business processes that apply to the documents managed via workflow tools integrated to the DM/DI system (e.g., ad hoc or structured)
Design the backup/disaster recovery methodology
Define the types of users and the associated user profile
Obtain and document client's agreement towards the results accomplished during this phase

Developing the Project Schedule
Develop the implementation plan (e.g., timeline, objectives, quality assurance)
Determine the need for change management
Explain the responsibilities and plan for implementing the solution
Assess entry level skills and develop a training plan for selected groups and individuals
Obtain and document client's agreement towards the results accomplished during this phase

Entrance Requirements:
Bachelors of other than computer field:
Computer related experience or one or two classes for computer basics in college
H.S. Diploma plus one year of experience in computer Industry.

 
 
SCHEDULE DATES
 
CompTIA CDIA+
5 Hours a Day 4 Days a Week
10/16/2017 10/26/2017
$2,000.00
CompTIA CDIA+
5 Hours a Day 4 Days a Week
Guaranteed to Run (GTR)
12/04/2017 12/14/2017
$2,000.00
CompTIA CDIA+
5 Hours a Day 4 Days a Week
Guaranteed to Run (GTR)
01/16/2018 01/29/2018
$2,000.00
CompTIA CDIA+
5 Hours a Day 4 Days a Week
Guaranteed
to Run (GTR)
10/16/2017
10/26/2017
$2,000.00 Enroll Now
CompTIA CDIA+
5 Hours a Day 4 Days a Week
Guaranteed
to Run (GTR)
09/18/2017
09/28/2017
$2,000.00 Enroll Now
CompTIA CDIA+
5 Hours a Day 4 Days a Week
Guaranteed
to Run (GTR)
01/16/2018
01/29/2018
$2,000.00 Enroll Now
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