Essays on Network

Computer network security

The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) estimates that over 100,000 systems on the Internet have had their security compromised by inadequate passwords. [6, p. 237] The best password would be one that is a randomly generated sequence of numbers, alphabetic characters, and special characters. On […]

Dynamic integration of the supply-chain network

The integration of the supplier into the organisational structure adds value to the organisation’s customers. As price competition ceases to be a global force the supplier’s role will be to add value not just to reduce costs. Customers and suppliers will work together and form […]

Local Area Network

A local area network is a group of associated devices that share a common communications line or wireless link and typically share the resources of a single processor or server within a small geographic area (for example, within an office building). Usually, the server has […]

Wireless Local Area Networks

Providing an adequate security for any local area networks (LANs) has always been a necessity for LANs to be a viable idea. From the very origin of LANS, the process of maintaining data integrity and prohibiting unauthorized access has proven to be problematic at best. […]

Wireless Network Communication Security

Wireless communications have evolved substantially from their early beginnings in the late 1890s and early 1900s. Over the years businesses and consumers have demanded greater and greater flexibility in where and when they work. This desire has manifested itself in a demand for wireless technologies […]

Network participants

The actual process of globalization has been erratic, chaotic, and slow. Some observers of modern politics argue that a basic version of world culture is taking shape among extremely educated people, particularly those who work in the rarefied domains of international finance, media, and diplomacy. […]