The CompTIA Mobility+ exam covers mobile device management, troubleshooting, security, and network infrastructure. It identifies IT professionals who can deploy, integrate, support and manage a mobile environment while ensuring proper security measures are maintained for devices and platforms to mitigate risks and threats. A mobile technology expert is the #4 hot IT job, according to InfoWorld. 44% of respondents to a CompTIA survey noted a mobile security skills gap. This comprehensive elearning course prepares students for the CompTIA Mobility+ certification from CompTIA. The course is completed online, at your own time, at a location that suits you. You progress through the course materials and complete the online lessons and tests.
This course includes the following features:
Instructor-led demonstrations and visual presentations that you to develop your skills based on real world scenarios.
Unlike a live class, you can fast-forward, repeat or rewind all your lectures. This gives you all the benefit of hands-on training with the flexibility of doing it around your schedule 24/7.
Flash Cards and Education Games are also provided throughout the course.
Practice exams prepare you for your exams. These exams are on average 100 questions to ensure you are 100% prepared if you are taking a certification exam.
You can also interact and collaborate with other students through our forums, student contributions and announcement features.
Who should complete this course?
Mobility engineers and Mobile architects
Network and Security administrators
Anyone looking to commence a career in the above areas.
Entry Requirements / Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for the exam, but we recommend individuals have 18 months experience in a mobile environment, CompTIA Network+ certification and 12 months networking experience is strongly encouraged.
Topics Covered in this Course
Given a scenario, configure and implement WiFi client technologies using
Compare and contrast RF principles and their functionality
Interpret site survey to ensure over the air communication
Compare and contrast physical and logical infrastructure technologies and
Explain the technologies used for traversing wireless to wired networks.
Explain the layers of the OSI model.
Explain disaster recovery principles and how it affects mobile devices.
Compare and contrast common network ports and protocols for mobile
Mobile Device Management
Explain policy required to certify device capabilities.
Compare and contrast mobility solutions to enterprise requirements.
Install and configure mobile solutions based on given requirements.
Implement mobile device on-boarding and off-boarding procedures.
Implement mobile device operations and management procedures.
Execute best practice for mobile device backup, data recovery and data segregation.
Use best practices to maintain awareness of new technologies including changes that affect mobile devices.
Configure and deploy mobile applications and associated technologies
Once you successfully pass the programme, you will receive a Certificate in Mobile Technical Support from CMIT.
You may optionally take an exam to receive CompTIA certification. This is assessed through a computer-based multiple choice exam (MB0-001). Exam fees are not included in the course price.
Broadband internet connection.
Browser – we recommend Chrome or Safari for Tablet or Apple Mac; and Firefox or Internet Explorer for PC hardware.
Operating System – PC (Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8), Mac or Android.
Following successful completion of the exams you will receive CompTIA Mobility+ certification.
Identify various encryption methods for securing mobile environments.
Configure access control on the mobile device using best practices.
Explain monitoring and reporting techniques to address security requirements
Explain risks, threats and mitigation strategies affecting the mobile ecosystem.
Given a scenario, execute appropriate incident response and remediation steps
Given a scenario, implement the following troubleshooting methodology.
Given a scenario, troubleshoot common device problems.