The SMB Solutions for Account Managers (650-179) exam features 69 questions and validates the expertise of test takers in determining and recommending appropriate Cisco solutions for small businesses, based on customer needs and technical specifications.
Questions on the 650-179 exam include topics like the features and functionality of SMB Solutions, including out-of-box status and compatibility as well as customizable options. Solutions that may be covered on the exam include: Business Portfolios, Security Options, IP Phone Systems, Conference Phones and Wireless IP, Remote Access, All-in-one UTM, Employee Profiles, One-Product Portfolio and SmartNet.
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