Brien Posey is a prolific technical writer who has either authored or contributed to nearly three dozen IT books, and published literally thousands of technical articles for various Web sites and publications. Posey has received Microsoft's MVP award six times for his work with Windows Server, IIS, and Exchange. Prior to becoming a technical writer, Posey served as a network administrator for Fort Knox and for some of the nation's largest insurance companies. He has also served as CIO for a national chain of hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Brien Posey's Guide to Practical Telecommutingby Brien M. Posey
Brien Posey's latest book is designed to act as a hands on guide for various enterprise networking products such as Exchange 2007, Office Communications Server 2007, Windows Mobile, and Windows Server, with an emphasis on telecommuting. The book explains how telecommuting can be beneficial to businesses and employees alike, and then proceeds to demonstrate how to use technology to make telecommuting practical.
In his trademark style, Posey breaks down complex topics such as Network Access Protection, the Windows Terminal Services, and Unified Communications into plain English. The book is easy to understand, and each chapter includes step by step labs that guide the reader through the deployment, configuration, and use of the various technologies that the book addresses.
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