WIFI NETWORKING ● CONFIGURATIONS ▸ 802.11g is most common type , comes installed on many laptops ▸ 802.11n (“Pre-N”) is the system to buy; 10-15X’s the Range ▸ May have problems running network applications ● COST ▸ WAP - $10 to $750 ▸ WiFi PC Access - $5 to $100 ▸ Wireless Print Servers - $50 to 300
LEGAL iPod ▪ Apple iPod ▪ Can serve as an external hard drive ▪ Add data backup software like Backup MyPC, RetroSpect or Second Copy ▪ Store digital photos of clients, accident scenes, real estate property using the iPod Photo ▪ $199-$449
The Remote Web Workplace is a feature of Microsoft's Windows Small Business Server and the yet-to-be-released midsize business-focused product, Windows Essential Business Server, which enables pre-created users to log in to a front-end network-facing interface of the small business server.
Outlook Web Access ( OWA ) is a webmail service of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 and later, originally called Exchange Web Connect ( EWC ). The web interface of Outlook Web Access resembles the interface in Microsoft Outlook. Outlook Web Access comes as a part of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and previous versions of Exchange.
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