Network modifications are a fact of life. Here's a complete methodology for successfully reengineering networks and creating systems with maximum sustainability, helping readers bring their business communications back up to speed without slowing down profits. Using a friendly, tutorial format that assumes no expertise, this book provides step-by-step guidance for implementing modifications in current networks. It shows network managers how to identify the factors that justify network modification and how to plan for continual change without continual reinvestment. Based on seminars offered at more than 100 companies, it covers issues, analysis, and solutions in a systematic approach that will result in networks that are more, rather than less, in line with inevitable shifts in policy and technology.
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How to fine-tune your network and bring your business communications up to speed-to maximize user productivity and profits Now you can make your network easier to maintain and modify and dramatically improve your business communications capabilities-by mastering the latest reengineering techniques. This new book offers you a complete methodology for successfully reengineering and fine-tuning networks to create systems with maximum sustain-ability and lower operational costs. Using a friendly, tutorial format that assumes no prior expertise, Network Reengineering provides step-by-step guidance on: Identifying the factors that justify network modification; Implementing modifications in current networks; Planning for continual change without continual reinvestment. Based on seminars offered at more than 100 companies, this surefire reference book features a wealth of case studies and scenario analyses that ensure a solid, real-world approach to everyday corporate practices. Whether you're a network manager, administrator, planner or analyst, this practical sourcebook will sharpen your netowrk skills. It will give you a firm grasp of the issues, analysis, and solutions needed to keep existing networks in line with your company's future management plans, application cahnges, and shifts in technology. line iwht
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