Cases in Network Implementation: Enterprise Networking

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This collection of articles, case studies, and tutorials provides valuable insight into the successes and failures of business learning to develop and manage network systems. Anyone responsible for designing, planning, installing, and maintaining networks will benefit from the candid discussions. The information is laid out in an easy, step-by-step format to give readers a thorough understanding of enterprise networking.

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Overview

This collection of articles, case studies, and tutorials provides valuable insight into the successes and failures of business learning to develop and manage network systems. Anyone responsible for designing, planning, installing, and maintaining networks will benefit from the candid discussions. The information is laid out in an easy, step-by-step format to give readers a thorough understanding of enterprise networking.

A collection of articles, case studies, and tutorials that provides a wealth of practical information that will save businesses time and money, this book covers such issues as gaining another company's resources and customers--without having to own it--and how to become an enabler of change, and not a victim of downsizing.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780442020613
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/1995
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 7.37 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
Views of Enterprise Networking
The Selected Papers and Editors' Acknowledgements
Ch. 1 Strategic Control in the Extended Enterprise
Ch. 2 Enterprise-Wide Computing
Ch. 3 Second Generation Client/Server Computing
Ch. 4 From LANS to WANS to "Enterprise Networking"
Ch. 5 Information Systems and the Organization of Modern Enterprise
Ch. 6 Enterprise Networks Are '90s Business Strategy
Ch. 7 Network Management Futures
Ch. 8 Team Building and Morale Management in the Age of Rightsizing
Ch. 9 Managing Telecommunications Networks
Ch. 10 The Intelligent Bandwidth Manager and Its Role in Enterprise Networks
Ch. 11 Teacher Networks Are the First Step in Redesigning Education's Workplace
Ch. 12 Enterprise-Wide Network Eliminates "Tower of Babel"
Ch. 13 Budget Considerations for WANs
Ch. 14 Outsourcing Enterprise Networks is on the Rise
Ch. 15 Selling Enterprise Computing
Ch. 16 Frame Relay Can Reduce Your Capital Outlay
Ch. 17 Enterprise Network Speeds Company Business
Ch. 18 Experimental LAN Tested in California
Ch. 19 Untangling the Network Web
Ch. 20 Insurer Makes LAN Switch
Ch. 21 At GE Motors-Division, E-Mail Has Led the Way
Ch. 22 Barnett Banks on OS/2 LAN Servers
Ch. 23 LAN Saves TV Network $1M
Ch. 24 Bank of America Puts Early Stock in NT Advanced Server
Ch. 25 Union Pacific Rail Says, "I Know I Can"
Ch. 26 Enterprise-Wide Networking for a Multi-Site School District
Ch. 27 Poised for Change: Installing an Enterprise-Wide LIS
Bibliography
Index
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