Digital Business Networks Allen Dooley Solution Manual
ISBN-10: 0132846918 • ISBN-13: 9780132846912
For courses in Data Communications and Networking
Wireless technologies and social networking applications are dramatically transforming data communications. To keep readers aware of these rapid changes, Digital Business Networks explores emerging technologies, such as 4G mobile wireless, the advent of social networking applications from a business perspective, the underlying layer architecture functionalities of the TCP/IP model, and IPv6. The running theme of the discussion is cloud architectures, and the way they impact businesses’ networking capability.
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