A step-by-step guide to planning, implementing, and optimizing Microsoft BackOffice in enterprises. Covers system management and testing, the future of Windows NT, staffing, skills assessment, change management, teamwork, and political skills involved in administering the system. The CD-ROM contains a glossary, project plan templates, and a Microsoft Windows host programmers reference. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Plan, deploy, manage, and optimize Microsoft BackOffice®-enterprise-wide!
Finally, there's a practical guide to solving real business problems with Microsoft BackOffice! In this book, three top consultants walk you step-by-step through planning, implementing, and optimizing Microsoft BackOffice in the enterprise. Start with a close look at the challenges of planning enterprise architectures-including aligning technology with business goals and avoiding client/server development pitfalls. Next, review unique issues facing Microsoft BackOffice architects, such as: Microsoft BackOffice design guidelines, Microsoft Windows NT® Server domain planning and budgeting Planning Microsoft Exchange® Server site hierarchies to maximize flexibility and scalability Microsoft SQL® Server planning and legacy data integration with Microsoft SNA® Server Leveraging Microsoft Systems Management® Server to streamline deployment Internet/intranet site planning and deployment with Internet Information® Server
You'll find comprehensive coverage of Microsoft BackOffice system and network management and testing. You'll preview the future of Windows NT-including highly-robust, cost-effective Windows NT-based virtual private networks. Best of all, you'll gain invaluable insight into the critical staffing, skills assessment, change management, teamwork, and political skills Microsoft BackOffice demands. Never before has so much independent Microsoft BackOffice experience been squeezed into one book!
The accompanying CD-ROM includes comprehensive tools for Microsoft BackOffice technical architecture planning-many of them exclusive to this book!About the Author:
CHRISTINE GENET KEMP has over twelve years experience planning, designing and implementing client/server systems in finance, manufacturing and other industries. She is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) specializing in Microsoft System Management Server (SMS), and a Principal of TechKnowQuest, Inc. RICHARD KEMP specializes in planning, designing and implementing client/server and networking systems with Microsoft BackOffice, SQL Server, Exchange Server and Internet Information Server. He is a Principal of TechKnowQuest, Inc. KENNETH SPENCER is President of 32X.com, a Microsoft NT Solution Provider, and is a Microsoft Certified Professional. He co-authored NT Server Management and Control (Prentice Hall PTR).
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