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INTERNET CONNECTIVITY SPEED CALLS.

Describes the basic elements of connectivity. Includes a Table of the Standard Internet Protocols. Conflict of two opposing forces: Marketers that want to get more people on-line. Technicians who have the problem of what to do with those people once they are on-line (fast computers & slow access). Table of Contents. 3 Tables.
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Citations 16
Citation Style MLA
Sources 16
Pages 16
Price: $64.00
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Table of Contents
Executive Summary 2
Statement of Problem 3
Review of Literature 5
Primary Internet Protocols 9
Intelligent Network Design 14
Hardware and Software Solutions 15
Infrastructure Management 17
Problem Support Software 18
Conclusion 19
Endnotes 23
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