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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Local Area Network

 Wireless Local Area Network Background The first wireless computer communication network ALOHAnet (operational in 1971) was developed by Norman Abramson, a professor at the University of Hawaii. At first, the wireless LAN was so costly that it was just used as an alternative to the places where the cabling was difficult or impossible. Recent developments included industry specific solutions and proprietary protocols, but were replaced by various versions of IEEE 802.11. In 2009...

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Networks

Advantages and disadvantages of networks I’ll start by saying that setting up a network is a serious job and should be done only by a person that is already familiar with the process of networking. The variety of options for setting up a home network can influence on a decision regarding the equipment needed to be purchase. Before deciding what hardware to buy you must first find out which type of network technology to use (by 'type of network technology' I mean the way computers connect to the...

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Local Area Networks

LANs: Local Area Networks Local Area Networks also called LANs have been a major player in industrialization of computers. In the past 20 or so years the worlds industry has be invaded with new computer technology. It has made such an impact on the way we do business that it has become essential with an ever-growing need for improvement. LANs give an employer the ability to share information between computers with a simple relatively inexpensive system of network cards and software. It also...

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Social Networks: Advantages and Disadvantages

Social Network Sites: Advantages and Disadvantages I. Introduction a. Attention Getter: Imagine being stripped of your privileges to have access to social network sites such as facebook, twitter, myspace, and/or instagram…How would you reach out to family and friends you don’t get a chance to communicate with often? b. Name: Hello my name is Kenyatta Stephens c. Topic: Social Network Sites: Advantages and Disadvantages (SLIDE) d. Relevance: Social network sites are...

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Advantages and Disadvantages Between a Cellular Network and Land Line Network

discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both a cellular network and landline network in an enterprise environment. Both offer great advantages and both have their disadvantages. However, most organizations use both due to the fast paced, technologically advanced society we live in today. As stated above, most companies use both landlines and cellular networks. The reason for this is because of the flexibility this configuration offers. They get the reliability of the landline network and the...

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Explaining the Differences Including Advantages and Disadvantages

the Differences Including Advantages and Disadvantages NTC/360 By Betsy Grissom Earl Sortor November 15, 2010 Introduction After reading this paper the reader should know how each of the terms works in a computer. The reader will also have knowledge of each terms advantages and disadvantages. Mesh Topology A mesh network has a very simple concept. Because of the simple concept a mesh network has fewer chances of breaking down the network. Many possible combinations of...

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Advantages & Disadvantages of Constructing a Factory at Housing Area.

attention to this matter. Some supported the project while others tried to oppose it. After conducting researches regarding this matter, I, as one of the members of the local committee, would like to share my opinion on the advantages and disadvantages of building the proposed factory at our community in this paper. The main disadvantage of building this factory is pollution. Use of machine for manufacturing cans and tins will create waste products such as ashes, dirt, smoke, and some chemical wastes...

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Networks Among Students

Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Networks among Students Introduction Social networking is an online platform where people can develop social networks. The people having same interest are able to share ideas and opinions to a vast network with the help of such sites. There are many social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram where people can find and connect to their old friends. These sites have decreased the geographical boundaries between two persons...

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Fdi Advantages and Disadvantages

|Entry Mode |Advantages |Disadvantages | |Joint Venture |Gain immediate access to local partner’s knowledge, |Coordination between partners may not be smooth | | |expertise, networks, and market share |Political risk exposure is high | | |Development...

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Advantages/Disadvantages for Businesses Implementing Network Convergence Systems

1. What are the advantages/disadvantages for businesses implementing network convergence systems? Advantages- The biggest advantage is cost. In many buildings there is cabling, PBX equipment, telephones, equipment rooms, and staff to engineer, maintain, budget, plan, manage change, etc., to support the voice infrastructure. Then there is cabling, routers, switches, computers, equipment rooms and staff to engineer, maintain, plan budgets, plan strategy, manage change, etc., to support the data...

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