Using information technology: a practical introduction to computers & communications

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Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Computers - 610 pages
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With its authoritative coverage of the latest technologies -- including a range of Web topics -- this is the best one-stop guide to the tools of today. New coverage in this edition includes hands-on Internet exercises and a discussion of how to implement a coherent Web strategy. Readers will appreciate that the communications theme, for which this book is well known, has been enhanced for this edition.

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Divided topologically, this book starts at the remedial level and moves up to refresher for experts. Occasionally, the speed at which it goes from basic to advanced is a bit rushed (not a good book ... Read full review


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