Windows Server 2003 Pocket Administrator Twenty years ago, when most computers were mainframes
or minicomputers, operators and administrators had
scheduled, specific tasks they needed to perform on an
ongoing basis. Each time a task was performed, they had
to make note of the time and write their initials in a
logbook to demonstrate when the task was performed
HackNotes(tm) Linux and Unix Security Portable Reference
HackNotes Linux and Unix Security Portable Reference gives you step-by-step details of intrusion tactics, tools, and actual techniques currently being used by criminals to break into computer networks. This book will teach you how to protect and harden Linux and Unix hosts against the most troublesome security issues. Use the unique and...
Instructional Engineering in Networked Environments (Tech Training Series) A Dynamic, Research-Based Approach to Knowledge Management
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