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Computers - General and Security
Cybersecurity for Small Business
Knowing the risks and implementing best practices can keep your small business systems and financials healthy. Explore the issues related to doing business in a connected economy and how Internet threats can be managed without big investments. Tips on securing your business computers, communication, and wireless network included.
Intro to Personal Computing
If you are tired of waiting at the technology on-ramp, then head for this class that teaches you more than just how to use a computer. Become confident with the components and terminology that define today's personal computing experience. Discover how you can use a computer at home to send an e-mail or instant message or at work to write a memo or create a spreadsheet. Make the Windows desktop a friendly place to visit and the Internet a safe place to surf Web sites or make purchases online. (Textbook Required)
Keyboarding on the PC
Mastering the personal computer starts with mastering the keyboard. "Keyboarding for the PC" allows you to do this at your own pace through easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and computer-led tutorials. Individual progress on the alpha and numeric keys is charted as you work toward the ten-week goal of twenty words-per-minute. (Textbook required)
An effective bookkeeping system can make the difference between success and failure in your business. You can quickly and easily master basic bookkeeping tasks using QuickBooks and the help of your instructor. Learn how to set up a QuickBooks company including income accounts, payables and receivables, invoice reports, expense tracking, and payroll. Windows experience required and basic bookkeeping experience helpful. (Textbook Required)
Web Design I
Web Design II
iPhone, iPad, iFrustration
Apple's innovative products can do much more than most people recognize. Stop struggling to have a great user experience and join us for insights on how to use these platforms more fully. From device basics to tips and tricks, this course addresses the topics you really need to know about your iPhone or iPad.
Computer Security Starts at Home
E-mail spam, Internet fraud, identity theft, virus and spyware - using your computer today is no longer a safe walk in the park. But, you can take steps to make your computer experience more secure. Find out how you can protect yourself and your family members in this session for non-technical computer users.
Cisco Router and Switch Device Security
Hardening your Layer 2 and Layer 3 devices against purposeful or accidental compromise is important to your network health. Explore best practices for maintaining secure Cisco network devices through hardening the IOS and controlling access from applications and users. Includes security lab on Saturday, June 8, 9am - 1pm in STEM 110. Other sessions held online.
Intro to Ethical Hacking
Join the ranks of IT professionals who have adopted hacker tools and techniques for conducting ethical or "White Hat" hacking. Understand the legal issues related to penetration testing and how hacking applications can be used to create a more secure network infrastructure. First four sessions online; fifth session meets in a penetration testing lab.
Securing Your iPhone/iPad
With such a great product from Apple, the information on your iPhone and iPad must be secure, right? Get the facts on what can really be going on behind the scenes and how you as a user can keep your data safe while still having a great experience with your device.
For more information, contact Jack Drooger at 240-500-2453, or e-mail email@example.com.
Check out these online courses through HCC and Ed2Go! Courses last for 6 weeks and a new session starts every month for your convenience. Visit HCC's Ed2Go site for more information.
Creating Web Pages
Designing Effective Websites
Introduction to Dreamweaver
Introduction to CSS and XHTML
Introduction to Flash