Managing Information Structures

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

This is going to be a little technical so bare with me. I know I'm used to talking about this stuff in the office on a regular basis but let me impart to you a few things about network services. It has been obvious that I know how routers, switches and wireless networking devices work. I've been an expert on it for quite a number of years now. Experience tells me that together with premier grade devices there should be a corresponding working database that would efficiently bring any system up to its feet. The electronic mail that we use in everyday office work for example needs listings for the whole thing to work. Managing thousands of mail recipients and senders on a secure environment is tantamount to corporate systems. Without it and its security everything would be out in the open including company secrets. That would be the end of an illustrious career and a whole operation. I know I have a lot to learn and it is a good thing that Active Directory Tutorial can be accessed with a simple click of a button. Learning the concept of LDAP directory services would get me well informed than some of my other peers who are in the industry. We probably all schooled on same universities but experience would definitely get someone like me an edge. That; and a couple of masters class too in a well known university perhaps would seal it up when I get the urge to study again soon.

Anybody want to learn about it with me?! Just let me know!


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