This guide presents data communications concepts without excessive detail or overly technical discussions. The book covers client server networks, wireless technology, WANs, LANs, MANs, security and the roles of network managers.Users can post and update information by creating and posting a Web page, a document that resides on an Internet or intranet ... telephone directories, procedure manuals, job postings, employee bulletins, mission statements, catalogs, price lists, product ... For example, farm equipment manufacturer John Deere and Co. has implemented an intranet to provide an easily accessible database of parts.
|Title||:||Business Data Communications|
|Author||:||Gary B. Shelly, Thomas J. Cashman, Judy A. Serwatka|
|Publisher||:||Course Technology Ptr - 2001|