Computer Technology Encyclopedia

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Cengage Learning, Nov 5, 2008 - Computers - 392 pages
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The Computer Technology Encyclopedia is a handy reference for students and professionals. Going beyond basic definitions, this comprehensive reference provides descriptions of computer technology terms, as well as including numerous tables, photos and illustrations.
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Contents

Numeric Entries
1
Part II
17
Acronyms
353
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About the author (2008)

Michael Graves is a certified hardware technician, network engineer and technical writer. He has taught computer hardware courses at Champlain College and The Essex Technical Center in Vermont. In addition, Michael Graves is certified in A+, Network +, Server+, INET+ and has been certified by Dell and Compaq to work on their different lines of servers.

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