Data Communications for the Office

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Bantam Books, Jan 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 332 pages
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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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Contents

Data Communications and Networks
5
Electronic Mail
57
Evaluating Current Configurations 102 VANs
103
Copyright

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