UP Computer Science Interns' Blog

May 9, 2010

Information and Communication Technology

The past week was a bit of a rest week due to the long weekend brought about by Labour Day. At work, they just made me create a simple directory to ease the task of searching for restaurant and delivery hotline numbers and another list with the contact numbers of hotels and resorts within Metro Manila. This will come in handy for CISCO’s many foreign visitors who frequent our office despite our being just a branch office. With nothing much to do, I read about the Cisco Networking Academy – a worldwide education program which teaches students, teachers, and office staff on how to design, build, troubleshoot, and secure computer networks. This is to further enhance the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills of an individual. This is another interesting tract to be in.

I also learned new things this week – web-based video resume, USB phone (using Voice-Over-Internet Protocol),  IP phones (with room temperature control, security cameras, and television clicker capability), and lastly the Cisco TAC (Technical Assistance Center).

“Quitting is putting a permanent solution to a temporary problem.”

-jL (Jose Luis)

Advertisements

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: