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  • Accessibility And Effectiveness Of The Berean Network
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    Scope and Objective Wireless local area networks (WLANs) have the potential to improve the flexibility, productivity, and the quality of work life of an enterprise (Sage Research Staff, 2001). Berean Institute is a typical two year college with about a staff of sixty eight employees and 250 students per semester. Berean teaches cosmetology, barbering and the latest software and hardware technology, which is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Berean currently has two locations in the Philadel...
  • Productivity O The Cisco Mobile Office
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    Cisco Systems, Inc. All contents are Copyright (c) 1992-2001 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Important Notices and Privacy Statement. Page 1 of 5 BROCHURE Cisco Mobile Office: On the RoadMaximumProductivityforBusiness Professionals Overview: A Workplace in Motion It's no secret that today's professionals are spending more time than ever working away from the office. In the Internet economy, employees on the move depend on networking to communicate with their clients, partners, and cowor...
  • 802 11 Wireless Networks
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    Wireless Network Security Jon P. McKinley mckinley TS 3150 - Fundamentals of Network Design Sunday, December 28, 2003 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 The Wireless Market 5 Components of a wireless network 6 Wireless Security Mechanisms 1 8 Categories of Attack 10802.11 Attack Risks 12 Wireless risk mitigation 13 Summary 15 References 16 Introduction Wireless networks have grown in popularity. This is largely due to the increase in the value of a network as more users are attached to it. The val...
  • Load To Other Wireless Access Points
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    Wireless Fidelity In the last few years the world has undergone a tremendous and unprecedented technological change with the attack of the Information Technology revolution. Earlier it was e-mail that changed the way people communicate, and then online shopping became the order of the day, gradually online banking caught up and the list goes on and on. The new trend, Wi-Fi, or Wireless Fidelity, allows you to connect to the Internet from your couch at home, a bed in a hotel room or at school, al...
  • Internet Connection With Two Hardware Access Points
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    - pg 2 Wireless Networking The term wireless networking is a technology that enables two or more computers to communicate using standard network protocols without network cabling. The industry standard mainly used for wireless networking is I (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) 802.11. What this standard is could be described as a wireless network with hardware that requires the use of technology, which deals with radio frequencies as well as data transmission. There are two kinds...
  • Lab Computers To The Network
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    The main purpose of this project was to change the network architecture in such a way as to allow lab computers easier network access without being bound by lengthy network wiring. The lab computers are often moved around from project to project and easy network access was becoming a problem. After a detailed analysis of the current setup, it was determined that installing a wireless network in addition to the existing landline network would provide the best solution. The following describes the...
  • Secure Network Infrastructures
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    The real driving force for remote access came with the appearance of VPNs, which allow remote access to take full advantage of the Internet by ensuring safe connections (security being of paramount importance) to private networks over the public infrastructure. This has made it possible for companies to implement remote access without the investment in often expensive RAS equipment. "The majority of corporate's now have Internet connectivity and so with the arrival of VPNs, it makes sense to tak...
  • Remote Access Across The Network
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    Nowadays the Internet and networks are not only the technical means of obtaining information they are also playing a major role in the sphere of business. More and more companies now opt for new Internet-based and -powered e-business initiatives, i.e. online commerce, supply-chain management, extra net collaboration etc. Such new technology as the remote access provides users of corporate LAN with remote connection solutions. It allows to connect and utilize the company's resources regardless ph...
  • Support Secure Remote Access To Networks
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    Public phone lines and a modem are a typical communication conduit to connect to a company network. Although wireless technology will definitely change our options for connecting to a network from a remote location in the next few years, a modem is still the connection device most commonly used. To allow this type of remote access, Remote Access Services must be set up. Setting up remote access is really a two-part process. First, a RAS server needs to be installed and configured, second a RAS c...

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