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Understanding the Internet - A Clear Guide to
Author: Keith Sunderland
(Pages - 153) Butterworth Heinemann, 2000, ISBN0-7506-4555-5 The Internet
continues to grow at a very rapid rate. This book introduces technologies and
is aimed at the Internet user who wishes to understand the technologies on
which many of today's business and recreational computing is based. As such,
the intention of this book is to give a succinct overview of "how it all
works" rather than provide a comprehensive reference book.
Subnet Design for Efficient Networks.
Author: Keith Sutherland
(Pages - 196) Butterworth Heinemann, 2000 ISBN 0-7506-4465-6 The Internet
continues to grow at a very rapid rate. Together with this growth there is an
accompanying growth of the technologies on which it is based. These
technologies make use of TCP/IP as their networking protocols. To use TCP/IP
efficiently and reliably, networks that are based on these protocols must be
designed, installed and maintained in an effective a way as possible. This book
is aimed at both he network professional and the enthusiastic network user.
It explains how subnets work and the rationale behind their design and
implementation. Through graded examples it guides the user from simple
network issues and the associated calculation of the relevant subnet masks
through to larger enterprise-level considerations for subnet designers.
Financial Planning with Spreadsheets.
Author: Sue Nugus (Pages -
204) Published by Kogan Page, 1997, reprinted 2000 This book is for
spreadsheet users keen to improve their skills. It gives a structured
approach to developing spreadsheets for the key areas of financial
management: forecasting, planning and budgeting. The book assumes that the
reader is familiar with the basic operation of either Lotus 123 or Excel and
goes into considerable detail as to how to produce well-designed spreadsheets
for forecasting, planning and budgeting applications.