Small businesses can become big businesses with the aid of a computer network. With the right network in place, you'll have all the technology you'll need now and in the future. And when it's time for expansion and enhancement, upgrading your network can be a matter of plug and play instead of rip and replace.
Small Business Networking For Dummies can give you the edge that your small business needs to compete in a networked world. As author Glenn Weadock clearly explains, small-business networks are affordable, easy to manage, and (most importantly) easy to use. Select the system software and hardware that's right for you, put tried-and-true cost-saving techniques to use, streamline work processes, and improve the critical interactions between clients, vendors, and partners with the powerful features of a networked system. With Small Business Networking For Dummies in hand, you'll be able to design, build, and run an affordable network in no time at all.
|Series:||For Dummies Series|
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About the Author
About the Author Glenn Weadock is President of Independent Software, Inc., a consulting firm he founded in 1982. He has written eight major books on subjects from business computer productivity to Windows 95 to NetWare and also conducts seminars and produces videotapes.