The connection connection: What does it take to network the enterprise?

Gustavson, Ron
November 1997
EMedia Professional;Nov97, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p48
Academic Journal
Focuses on the history of computer networking and data storage. Mainframe computers as a timesharing model; Need for the scalable approach to the network; Features of Microsoft Windows NT Enterprise Edition; Use of thin server appliances.


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