Data Communications for the Office
This book offers a clear, concise introduction to state-of-the-art data communications. It covers contemporary standards and methods with minimal technobable to provide the kind of no-nonsense information managers need to plan, implement, and maximally exploit an organization-wide communications strategy. Each chapter provides all the insight and experience that only a real-world perspective can provide. It's the perfect solution for supervisors and managers who need to understand these technologies in order to manage technical support staff. Content highlights include: X.400 and X.500 Standards; EDI; LAN and Data Communications; General E-mail.
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Data Communications and Networks
Evaluating Current Configurations 102 VANs
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access control ADMD administrative allow AppleTalk applications Arcnet ASCII authentication bandwidth bar code binary cable CCITT companies connected connectors context of message data communications data element data interchange data segment DECnet defined developed Digital directory information directory service directory system distribution list document E-mail EDIFACT Electronic Data Interchange electronic mail entry envelope environment Ethernet exchange FDDI Figure format functional gateway header identifier implementation industry interconnection interface layer LocalTalk mail systems mailbox mainframe management domain message handling message store message transfer multiple network devices Node Node object operation optional organization originator packet PRMD processing proprietary protocol purchase order recipient recommendations request routers routing SNMP specified TCP/IP terminal thinwire tion token ring trading partners transaction set transmission twisted pair user agent user's vendors X.400 addressing X.500 directory X.500 standard