Technology in Action
Pearson/Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 649 pages
For introductory courses in computer concepts or computer literacy often including instruction in Microsoft Office.
A Computer Concepts Text Focused on Today's Student! Technology in Action engages students by combining a unique teaching approach with rich companion media.
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There are two main ways a network can be controlled: locally or centrally. A peer-
to-peer network is the most common example of a locally controlled network. The
most common type of centrally controlled network is a client /server network.
ACTIVE HELPDESK Selecting a Network Topology and Cable In this Active
Helpdesk call, you'll play the role of a Helpdesk staffer, fielding calls about how a
client/server network differs from a peer- to-peer network, the different
FIGURE 12.4 The basic components of atypical client/server network are shown
in this small network. The method of connecting the computers to the server
defines a network's topology. Network navigation device Client Computer #1
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