By Peter Dyson
Eventually - transparent and understandable Definitions of all of the Networking Acronyms, phrases, and Abbreviations you want to KnowThe Dictionary of Networking is a hugely readable, authoritative consultant to the vast - and sometimes bewildering - terminology of community computing. This thoroughly up to date, accelerated 3rd variation spans all elements of networking and software program - from peer-to-peer networks to firm huge quarter networks (WANs), the net, and internetworking - and covers each significant community working method. subject matters include:* Certification courses* Communications* criteria* the net and intranets* LANs, MANs, WANs* cellular and instant computing* community management* Networking idea and ideas* working platforms and environments* computing device and server undefined* Protocols* safety* Slang* Voice and information transmissionsThis e-book includes greater than 3,000 entries. Abbreviations and acronyms are cross-referenced to their definitions, and plenty of entries contain extra cross-references to comparable entries. you will find transparent, concise definitions, acronyms and abbreviations outlined in context.
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Dictionary of Networking by Peter Dyson