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|Title: ||Design a Server-Based Network in Mariano Marcos State University College of Industrial Technology|
|Authors: ||Viloria, Rommel P.|
|Issue Date: ||Apr-2010 |
|Abstract: ||The presence of a computer network in an educational institution enables it to hasten work performance and effectivity of employees. It also safeguards data from any form of any unwanted access and modification by implementing restrictions to network users from gaining permission to perform such actions. Furthermore, it also provides other additional data and network security to ensure its protection from any malicious alteration. To achieve these, a server based network has to be designed and implemented. However, the magnitude of its network design is based on the necessities of the organization.
The Mariano Marcos State University, College of Industrial Technology needs to implement this network design to enhance its present system. To achieve this, determination of the institutions network requirements, development of the logical and physical designs based on the network requirements of the college; and implementation of the logical and physical designs based on the developed logical and physical designs has to be responded.
To address the stated problems, a network design methodology was utilized. The procedures incorporated in this network design met the requirements to successfully provide a solution to overcome the network needs of the college. A network prototype was also been developed and implemented to test the effectivity of the design.
The functionality of the network prototype was tested through the use of benchmarking software. It performed several tests and provided results indicating its response to the given tests.
Implementing a properly designed server based network in an institution will yield tremendous benefits to the organization and to the data that it will handle.|
|Description: ||Thesis (M.E.P.). -- Saint Louis University, Baguio City, 2010.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Engineering and Architecture|
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