Offers practical advice helpful for the average consumer who wants to setup his/her first home network. This book includes chapters that contain five sections: basic concepts, problems, solutions, troubleshooting, and future developments. It also features "rescue planes" to denote survival tips, "sharks" to flag trouble spots, and more.
The book features: unique design - through use of easy-to-spot icons readers can navigate the book's content - "rescue planes" denote survival tips, "sharks" flag trouble spots and "message in a bottle" icons contain helpful notes; and great value - comprehensive coverage at an affordable price. This is the only book that offers up-to-date practical advice for the average consumer who wants to setup his/her first home network with a minimum of fuss and at a low cost. It also features a consistent format - each chapter will have five sections: basic concepts, problems, solutions, troubleshooting, and future developments.
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David Strom is founder and president of David Strom, Inc., a networking and communications consulting firm dedicated to improving the quality of networked products, explaining Internet technologies to corporate computing managers, and helping early-stage Internet technology companies. He has worked for most of the major networking companies, including IBM, Microsoft, Sun, Novell, Intel, and others. Strom is one of the leading experts on network and Internet technologies and has written extensively on the topic for more than thirteen years for a wide variety of publications, including PC Week, Infoworld, Network World, Computerworld, CNET.com, and Internet.com. Since 1995, he has published Web Informant, a weekly newsletter on Internet trends and technologies. In 1990, he created Network Computing Magazine, for which he was the first editor-in-chief. He is also a frequent speaker, panel moderator and instructor at various industry events and trade shows around the world. Strom has appeared on the Fox TV News Network, NPR's Science Friday radio program, ABC-TV's World News Tonight and CBS-TV's Up to the Minute news broadcasts.
Table of Contents
1 Home Wiring Choices 2 Sharing Files 3 Sharing Printers 4 Sharing Your Internet Connection 5 Using E-Mail on Your Home Network 6 Securing Your Network 7 Keeping Track of Your Family 8 Fun and Games A Tips for Fixing Windows Network Problems B Securing Your Desktop from Automatic File Associations C A Case Study in New Home Wiring for Data, Voice, and Cable
Home Networking Survival Guide by David Strom
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McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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