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  • Education Today - 295 words
    Education Today Education today isnt quiet what I would like it to be; although it is improving if I was in power I think I would make a few changes. In high school there are certain classes that are mandatory for an individual to graduate history, chemistry and biology are a couple. Now for an individual who knows he or she is going in the computer field for example these classes are entirely useless. In my career to come as a Network Administrator I heavily doubt that I will ever need to know when Rome fell or the structure of an animal cell. That is one thing that bothers me, unneeded classes. Students will just get bored and learn to hate school more and more. But with college it is diff ...
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  • I Statement Background - 1,576 words
    ... directory structure will be focused around the faculty which will be Heinrichs, Perry, Banerjee, Clapper, and Carland. The faculty will have the rights to the classes that are taught here at Western Carolina University. These classes will also be used by the students of the Computer Information Systems program. The applications that will be used by the students and faculty of CIS will be Salsa, CO! BOL, Visual Basic, Database applications, Basic, and Visual/IFPS Plus. In these courses faculty can assign programs or assignments to the students and all they have to do is go to the appropriate class that they are in and get the homework that is do for that certain class. The medium used to ...
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  • Introduction Of Networking - 1,316 words
    ... ed together from several LAN's. This would make the network a WAN. It has ports on it just like a hub does. The router will enable data to be sent from LAN to LAN in the WAN. It is like a big relay station. It gets a signal from LAN1 and finds out that the signal needs to be sent to LAN2. It does so fast it is instantaneous. CABLE No picture available. The cable that is the highway for networks is fairly basic. It is known as CAT5. Which means it is a Category 5 class cable. There are different Categories for cables. The lower the Category generally means a decrease in how much data can travel through it, which means slower speeds for the network. The cable has 8 strands of wire inside i ...
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  • Network Management - 1,206 words
    Network Management Imagine yourself as a network administrator, responsible for a 2000 user network. This network reaches from California to New York, and some branches over seas. In this situation, anything can, and usually does go wrong, but it would be your job as a system administrator to resolve the problem with it arises as quickly as possible. The last thing you would want is for your boss to call you up, asking why you havent done anything to fix the 2 major systems that have been down for several hours. How do you explain to him that you didnt even know about it? Would you even want to tell him that? So now, picture yourself in the same situation, only this time, you were using a ne ...
    Related: area network, management, management information, network, network administrator, network management, wide area network
  • The Cost Of Computer Literacy - 1,172 words
    The Cost of Computer Literacy The Cost of Computer Literacy What are the costs of computer literacy? Some people argue that there are no such costs, but I believe there are a few which may be relevant. Does computer literacy affect the way we communicate, and if so, is this necessarily a bad thing? What is our future, as computer literacy becomes a necessity? What are the personal, financial, and social costs, as computer literacy becomes a necessity? According to Webster's New World dictionary, literacy is defined as the ability to read and write. There is definitely more than one interpretation of the word "literacy" as we have seen in class discussions and from reading many essays on the ...
    Related: computer software, literacy, more effective, personal financial, e-mail
  • Zero Effort Network - 462 words
    Zero Effort Network Zero Effort Networks (Z.E.N. works) is a great new tool in NetWare 5, that makes the network administrator's job a lot easier by allowing him to spend less time at each user workstation. To be able to use the Z.E.N. works these are the minimum hardware requirements: Processor: 486/33 or higher Memory: 16 MB (for Windows 95); 24 MB (for Windows NT) Hard disk space: 4 MB (workstation; 24 MB (full station) Z.E.N. works needs to be installed on the server and the client on the workstation needs to be updated. During the installation process Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) are copied to the workstation. DLLs contain subprograms that are called by an application to perform cer ...
    Related: network, network administrator, operating system, major components, application
  • Zero Effort Network - 462 words
    Zero Effort Network Zero Effort Networks (Z.E.N. works) is a great new tool in NetWare 5, that makes the network administrator's job a lot easier by allowing him to spend less time at each user workstation. To be able to use the Z.E.N. works these are the minimum hardware requirements: Processor: 486/33 or higher Memory: 16 MB (for Windows 95); 24 MB (for Windows NT) Hard disk space: 4 MB (workstation; 24 MB (full station) Z.E.N. works needs to be installed on the server and the client on the workstation needs to be updated. During the installation process Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) are copied to the workstation. DLLs contain subprograms that are called by an application to perform cer ...
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  • Zero Effort Networks - 463 words
    Zero Effort Networks Zero Effort Networks (Z.E.N. works) is a great new tool in NetWare 5, that makes the network administrator's job a lot easier by allowing him to spend less time at each user workstation. To be able to use the Z.E.N. works these are the minimum hardware requirements: Processor: 486/33 or higher Memory: 16 MB (for Windows 95); 24 MB (for Windows NT) Hard disk space: 4 MB (workstation; 24 MB (full station) Z.E.N. works needs to be installed on the server and the client on the workstation needs to be updated. During the installation process Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) are copied to the workstation. DLLs contain subprograms that are called by an application to perform ce ...
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