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Tag Archives: Operating Systems & Networking

Windows Internals (MS Server 2008 & Vista) 5th Edition

Windows Internals by Mark E. Russinovich & David A.Solomon Windows Internals, Fifth Edition is intended for advanced computer professionals (both developers and system administrators) who want to understand how the core components of the Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 operating systems work internally. With this knowledge, developers can better comprehend the rationale behind design choices when building applications specific …

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 by Tony Redmond's

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 by tony Redmond  Microsoft shipped Exchange 4.0 in March 1996 after a gestation period of some four years. The new messaging server went through many different design phases. Microsoft grappled with the challenge of enterprises and small companies, figured out what they had to do to be competitive, understood how best to migrate users from other …

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Mastering Microsoft Exchange Server 2010

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 by Jim McBee & David Elfassy When we started planning the outline of this book more than a year before its release, Exchange Server 2010 appeared to be simply a minor series of improvements over Exchange Server 2007. Of course, the further we explored the product, the more quickly we found that was not the case. …

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Certified Wireless Technology Specialist Official Study Guide

CWTS Official Study Guide by Robert J. Bartz This book is intended to provide an introduction to the exciting and emerging world of wireless LAN technology. This technology continues to expand at a phenomenal pace with constant improvements in speed, reliability, and security. Reading this book will teach you the fundamentals of standards-based technology, giving you an overview of the …

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CISCO Voice Over IP(CVOICE) Authorized Self-Study Guide 3rd Edition

CISCO Voice Over IP by Kevin Wallace              With the rapid adoption of Voice over IP (VoIP), many telephony and data network technicians, engineers, and designers are now working to become proficient in VoIP. Professional certifications, such as the Cisco Certified Voice Professional (CCVP) certification, offer validation of an employee’s or a consultant’s competency in specific technical areas. This book mirrors …

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