sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Microsoft
Posted:  12 Jan 2010
Published:  18 Dec 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

The question that comes up quite often for small business owners is, "What is a network and why do I need one?" In part two of this three part first server Q&A series, expert Greg Shields discusses what a network is as well as why a network can act as a backbone for running a business. Learn about what equipment is needed and not needed to develop your first network and the steps that a small business should take when implementing your first server in order to lay the groundwork for an efficient and effective network in the future.


Greg Shields
Partner, Concentrated Technology
Greg Shields, MVP, vExpert, is a professional author, speaker, and IT consultant. With nearly 15 years in information technology, Greg has developed extensive experience in systems administration, engineering, and architecture specializing in Microsoft, remote application, and virtualization technologies. He is a recipient of Microsoft "Most Valuable Professional" award with a specialization in Windows Terminal Services.

Data Center Management | IT Management | Network Best Practices | Network Infrastructure | Network Management | Small Businesses | SMBs

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