Local area networks: developing your system for business
Presents in-depth coverage of local area networks, their applications in a wide range of business and organizational areas, how to analyze the need and assess the costs for a LAN, plus detailed, step-by-step instructions for implementation. The material in this book is based on a NYNEX course developed by CAL Industries. A complete seminar package for intensive instruction accompanies the text.
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WHAT A LOCAL AREA NETWORK IS
ANALYZING YOUR COMPANYS OPERATIONS
ORGANIZING A USER COMMITTEE FOR
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