A captivating read on the numerous benefits of DSL
DSL A Wiley Tech Brief
DSL delivers what the world demands--fast and cheap access to the Internet. DSL first erupted onto the scene in 1999, and in a mere two years, the number of people who connect to the Internet through DSL is rapidly approaching 30 million! The advantages of DSL are innumerable, and authors Jennie Bourne and Dave Burstein enthusiastically discuss DSL and its promising future.
Bourne and Burstein's unique style of nontechnical writing begins with the basics of how DSL works. They then walk you through the business landscape and shower you with tips on how to choose a good provider, plus the various types of equipment you'll need and trouble-shooting advice. These authors have become passionate about all the amazing possibilities that DSL offers, and they eagerly share their knowledge with you.
Whether you're a first-time DSL user or a seasoned professional, they're certain that after reading this book you'll be as enamored with DSL as they are!
Some of the other intriguing topics that this book covers include: * Chapters catered specifically to enterprise users, small offices, home offices, and telecommuters, who are all hoping to enhance business operations * How to avoid pitfalls-and explanations of why they happened in the first place * Configuring DSL to your particular needs * Where the future of this technology will go-and the world's reaction to it
Wiley Tech Briefs Focused on the needs of the corporate IT and business manager, the Tech Briefs series provides in-depth information on new or emerging technologies, solutions, and vendor offerings available in the marketplace. With their accessible approach, these books will help you get quickly up-to-speed on a topic so that you can effectively compete, grow, and better serve your customers.