Business Data Networks and Telecommunications RAYMOND R. PANKO (Ray ) is a professor of information technology and management at the University of. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. For undergraduate and graduate courses in Business Data Communication / Networking (MIS) With its clear writing style, job-ready detail, and focus on the.
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For people in the technical field the level that this book goes into is pretty much known but for those in non technical areas or just getting in technology then its a good book.
I felt that some concepts I struggled a bit to grasp until other concepts were explained in later chapters. English Choose a language for shopping. Paul Hopgood rated it it was amazing May 07, I’m a Computer Information Systems major in my university’s business school and took this class the first semester of my senior telecojmunications. Panko Rahmond preview available – Real-world case studies, hands-on exercises, and a Market Realities section give readers a feel of—and prepare them for—the broad range of situations they are likely to encounter on the job.
Matthew Arnold rated it it was amazing May 23, Published July 25th by Prentice Hall first published April 1st Michael Bond rated it really liked it Jun 26, Netwoeks press deadlines in technologies being what they are, it is fully understandable. Useful book, but networrks general, not much details.
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Business Data Networks and Telecommunications
However, there are new takes on many topics that have been of interest. The latest in networking techniques and wireless networking, including a focus on security, keeps students up to date and aware of what’s going on in the field. Refresh and try again.
A really good reference book for the basics of networking and rules to follow as well when getting into the networking field. This approach allows selective emphasis without requiring instructors to assemble their own additional material.
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Its busineess very entertaining considering it is a class text book. Dustin rated it it was amazing Feb 24, Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Prentice Hall; 4 edition February 26, Language: Will rated it it was amazing Feb 11, I like the review questions scattered throughout the chapter instead of all at the end as in most text books.
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Rezaul Islam rated it it was amazing Mar 29, It starts with the basics of security and network design and management; goes beyond the basic topology and switch operation covering topics like VLANs, link aggregation, switch purchasing considerations, and more; and covers the latest in networking techniques, wireless networking, with an emphasis on security. Rahul Tiwari rated it really liked it Oct 14, See all 37 reviews.
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The thing I like the most is there isn’t a long chapter and then the answers for the review questions are somewhere in the last 65 pages Please try again later. Stanford Research Institute was even more fun because the author got to work on the ARPANET during its first few years, participate in discussions that defined e-mail, and work for Doug Engelbart, who invented the mouse and outline processing and who built the world’s first working hypertext system and distributed team support system.
His current research focuses on risks in information technology. Some people may just not have like learning the material to not like the book itself, but it will show you everything you need to know to get a good Basis, foundation, in Networking Not certifications, etc.
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