Solution Manual Business Data Communications 7th Edition Stallings
Table of Contents
Chapter 0 Reader’s and Instructor’s Guide
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Business Information
Chapter 3 Distributed Data Processing
Chapter 4 Data Transmission
Chapter 5 Data Communication Fundamentals
Chapter 6 Data Link Control and Multiplexing
Chapter 7 The Internet
Chapter 8 TCP/IP
Chapter 9 Client/Server, Intranet, and Cloud Computing
Chapter 10 Internet-Based Applications
Chapter 11 Internet Operation
Chapter 12 LAN Architecture and Infrastructure
Chapter 13 Ethernet, Switches, and Virtual LANs
Chapter 14 Wireless LANs
Chapter 15 WAN Technology and Protocols
Chapter 16 WAN Services
Chapter 17 Wireless WANs
Chapter 18 Computer and Network Security Threats
Chapter 19 Computer and Network Security Techniques
Chapter 20 Network Management (ONLINE)
Chapter 21 Network Planning and Design (ONLINE)
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For Business Data Communications, Data Communications, and introductory Networking for Business courses. The content is also appropriate for the Introduction to Networking course in a MBA program.
Business Data Communications: Infrastructure, Networking and Security covers the fundamentals of data communications, networking, distributed applications, and network management and security. These concepts are presented in a way that relates specifically to the business environment and the concerns of business management and staff. While making liberal use of real-world case studies and charts and graphs to provide a business perspective, the book also provides the student with a solid grasp of the technical foundation of business data communications.
The diverse set of projects and student exercises enables the instructor to use the book as a component in a rich and varied learning experience and to tailor a course plan to meet the specific needs of the instructor and students.
The Seventh edition features a new co-author, Dr. Thomas L. Case, Professor and Chair of the Department of Information Systems at Georgia Southern University. New coverage of security-related issues is included in relevant places throughout the book to meet the needs of the IT/IS schools using this book and the growing emphasis on network security. Additionally, the Seventh edition now aligns with the ACM/AIS IS 2010 curriculum model.