FTP-Server On The LAN

FTP stands for “Communication Protocol” (File Transfer Protocol). A protocol is a language through which computers talk to each other. The FTP protocol allows you to freely transfer files and folders over a LAN or the Internet. In some cases, to gain access to files stored on your computer you may need permission to a […]

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Topology Networks

Topology – is a way to physically connect computers in a LAN There are three basic topologies used in the construction of computer networks: Topology “Bus” Topology “Ring” Topology “Star” Topology “Bus” This topology uses a single transmission channel based on coaxial cable, called a “bus”. All network computers are attached directly to the bus. […]

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Virtualization: 5 Tips To Maximize Results

The virtualization of desktops and servers is a tool that is here to stay. So much so that many IT managers view it as a business strategy as it offers significant benefits. With server virtualization underutilized, for example, you can consolidate new applications and bring down spending on hardware, energy, space and infrastructure, for example. […]

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Patterns Of Architecture And .NET Applications Services

Remember the book ” Application Architecture for .NET – Designing Applications and Services “of the patterns & practices, 2002? Although old, this book is read by many people in the market, providing the basis for several application scenarios that are still operating, firm and strong. Part of the success is due to layering the book […]

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Remote Server Management

1. This will require a high-quality network connection between remote offices and server farms. Ideally, this should be a dedicated channel with low delay, but you can also use the technology of virtual private network (VPN) and keep in touch over the existing Internet connection. Choosing the type of communication depends on the type of […]

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