The shifting meaning of connectivity Noorda, Raymond J

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Noorda, Raymond J
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Personal Computing
Subjects
Connectivity; Business; Computers
Audience
General; Trade
Summary
LAN connectivity should mean clear access to every necessary computing resource, local or remote, from each desktop. Connectivity is argued to be the most important aspect of personal computing networking. Connectivity should result ultimately in access to every computing source. The goals of LAN should be: to provide connectivity from individual desktops to computing services; to bridge the environments of host and servers; to enhance cooperative processing between workstations and large systems; and to support a variety of media and connection alternatives. The evolution in hardware and software is a significant step toward meeting users' connectivity goals.
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47999810

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