LAN technology transfer using the Naval Postgraduate School as a case study
Steedly, Wendell Melvin.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
Short, William B.
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In today's Department of Defense (DoD) environment, more emphasis is being placed on using computing resources to receive and process information. Local area networks (LANs) are used to access these computing resources by users. As new resources are added to networks, an effective mechanism is required to transfer this technology to the users. The effective transfer of technology requires user awareness of the technology and the ability of the user to use the technology.
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