How Local Area Networks Work: What They Are, What They Do, 1995
Here's the first book to demystify LAN hardware and software. Readers will learn exactly how to avoid the pitfalls of networking and exploit the opportunities. From planning a new LAN to understanding today's new E-mail and groupware applications, to learning the seven tasks that must be performed regularly to keep a LAN running properly, it's all here.
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What a LAN
LANs and the SinglePC Workplace
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