Sec 571 Mini Case Week 1
Kenneth. [email protected] usmc. mil
MIS 589 Networking Concepts and Applications Teacher Joseph Thomas September a few, 2012
Deals-R-Us Brokers (Part 1)
I might tell Wendy to use the Peer-to-Peer architecture or the Customer Server buildings both have plus and con's. The reason that I would tell him to work with the Peer-to-Peer architecture is within a peer to peer structures, workstation around the network will be able to shares its files equally with the various other buyers. Peer-to-peer networks should be installed in very small businesses, and since this is a small business, it will fit perfectly. They are inexpensive to set up, which can be what Sally needs. A peer-to-peer network can support about ten customers and that needs to be plenty. The real key thing to not forget about peer-to-peer networking is the fact it shares files and printers because inexpensively as is possible; y. As Fred's users are allowed to control access to the resources on their own computers. One thing that you have to be careful with dealing with expert to peer is usually security; reliability becomes very risky in a peer-to-peer environment. There's no central security or any way to manage who shares what.
I would tell him to use the Client/server network if security is a main concern for him. A good thing regarding client storage space is that they all have centralized security directories that control access to shared resources about servers. This can be a benefit that may definitely serve Fred. Reliability will not be an issue because users can't log on to the network unless they supply valid usernames and accounts to the hardware. Client hardware networks are usually more stable than peer to see. In a peer-to-peer network,...