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networking

The practice of expanding one’s base of contacts in the workplace or in personal affairs, typically with the aim of furthering one’s social and/or occupational success.
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"Networking is how you do any benchmarking, how you find a mentor, how you verify whether something is a fact or not.
Cntral to the political debate over networking is the question of who should pay.
The result is greater voice, data and image networking requirements for day-to-day operations and no more networking simply to facilitate financial reporting to headquarters.
There are some very compelling reasons to leverage iSCSI versus other storage networking technologies such as Fibre Channel.
The start-up expense for a network may seem steep but your return on investment should justify it A 10-user license for Artisoft's peer-to-peer networking solution, Power Suite, retails for $1,499 (800-846-9726).
(For definitions of the technical terms used in this article, see the color-coded comments in the margins.) Thus, when users want to network their computers to share data and application programs, special networking software has to be loaded on top of DOS.
Kaufman on his experiences with support networking.
This incremental approach to storage networking was appropriate for the early stages of SAN deployment, as SANs were usually tactical rollouts associated with particular applications.
Intelliden Corporation, the intelligent networking company, has announced that its Intelliden R-Series software suite has been successfully integrated with IBM Tivoli NetView and IBM Tivoli Access Manager and certified as Ready for IBM Tivoli software.
And at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Melissa Muth is director of Core Systems and Networking, and also runs a proprietary financial database called Wharton Research Data Service, or WRDS.
Although observers might argue that the BR&R experience is an isolated case, evidence indicates that such examples of bottom line networking among both formal and informal groups of African-American women are quickly becoming the norm rather than the exception.
The networking choice that is best for an office depends on a host of variables, which include

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