Business Data Communications: Basic Concepts, Security, and Design

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Wiley, 1990 - Computer networks - 661 pages
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An introduction to data and telecommunications in business, this text stresses management, design and technology. Most texts are purely managerial and fail to cover the critical technical topics, and others are extremely technical and appeal only to engineers and computer scientists. This book, on the other hand, is for managers, yet provides the technical information that is critical to an understanding of the breakthroughs in this rapidly changing field. This edition has been substantially updated and reorganized to reflect the needs of the student and includes a new chapter on voice communications, increased coverage of Wide

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Contents

I INTRODUCTION TO DATA COMMUNICATIONS
1
2 VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
34
3 DATA COMMUNICATION HARDWARE PART 1
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Dr. Jerry FitzGerald is the principal in Jerry FitzGerald & Associates, which he started in 1977.  While at this firm, he has gained valuable experience in risk analysis, computer security, audit and control of computerized systems, data communications, networks, and systems analysis. He received his Ph.D. in business economics and master's degree in business economics from the Claremont Graduate School, and MBA from the University of Santa Clara, and a B.A. in industrial engineering from Michigan State University.

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