The Book on Networks: Everything you need to know about the Internet, Online Security and Cloud Computing.
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"A comprehensive guide" according to Meoshie. When I first saw the name of this book, it really did intrigue me and I wanted to know what it had to offer. Can I say it outweighed my expectations? The Book on Networks by Robin Fisher is an excellent guide that literally anyone can read and understand.Mr. Fisher spent quality time to explain networks and how it came into being. The whole history is outlined step by step. Networking is something that we do every day but most of us have no idea how it even came into being and how it had developed over. "Getting a Look At How Connected We REALLY Are" according to K.S. Puckett. It was a bit surprising (and a little scary, actually) to realize just how much everything in our daily lives has become interconnected, including banking! But I also find it slightly ironic to think that computer networking started off as a war weapon for governments, and now in recent years you have individuals using it to wage their own wars against governments.If you're new to the technological side of all this, then much of the terminology at first glance might make your eyes glaze over. But that'. The most informative and well written book on networks and computing that I've read E.A. Gray This book should be a standard in its field. I’ve read quite a bit of books in the computer arena, but this is the most well laid out and informational guide on networking I have in my arsenal. The author’s writing is not only precise, succinct, and entirely professional, but it’s also informative without being boring; something very important when providing information in this field of work. The descriptions of networking history were tremendously intriguing and the didactic info was
He has more than 15 years of experience in internetworking and has provided IT services for several of the world's leading companies. He has numerous professional qualifications including the vendor agnostic CISSP, is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and is also a Cisco Certified Security Professional and Internetworking Expert, registered No. Robin Fisher is recognised as one of the world's leading authorities on I.T. 25298. networking.
networking. He has numerous professional qualifications including the vendor agnostic CISSP, is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and is also a Cisco Certified Security Professional and Internetworking Expert, registered No. He has more than 15 years of experience in internetworking and has provided IT services for several of the world's leading companies. . 25298. About the Author Robin Fisher is recognised as one of the world's leading authorities on I.T
Winner of the ‘World Reading Day’ Non-Fiction book of the year, The Book on Networks is a must read for anyone who either works in Information Technology or has an interest in understanding the realities behind how our modern connected world works.. The pace of change continues to accelerate and if you don’t understand the fundamentals behind these changes you risk either being left behind or missing out on the new opportunities these changes afford. This book also contains mini biographies of 12 of the leading figures in the history of networking, some of these stories are surprising and inspirational whilst others