Networking For The Rest Of Us
In recent years, the local-area network has become a commonplace of corporate life. Whether it uses a powerful computer called a server as the focal point or simply lets computers talk directly to each other, a net is a potent tool. Workers who once used typewriters or mainframe terminals now log in to the LAN to exchange E-mail, retrieve information from corporate databases, or send files to a networked laser printer.
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