“Just do an Internet search.” “It’s on the Internet.” How often have we said or been told that we could find it on the
Internet. This third edition of The Water Encyclopedia: Hydrologic Data and Internet Resources started from a premise
that most of the information provided within this publication could be found on the Internet. As our team of contributing
authors started reviewing each section within each chapter, it soon became apparent that you cannot always find it on the
support online for scripters. Items recommended here
were taken as a snapshot of Internet offerings in late 1997.
But beware! Sites change. URLs change. Be prepared to hunt
around for these items if the information provided here
becomes out-of-date by the time you read this.
Module 3: Enabling access to internet resources. This module explains how to provide access to Internet resources for internal corporate clients while maintaining network security. The module discusses different ways to implement this and also how to configure rules for access.
In May 1998, an international workshop on community-based natural resource manage-
ment (CBNRM) was jointly organized by the Economic Development Institute of the
World Bank (now the World Bank Institute), Canada's International Development
Research Centre (IDRC), the Ford Foundation, and other agencies. Held in Washington,
DC, the workshop was attended by 200 policymakers, practitioners, and researchers from
about 60 countries who were involved in some aspect of CBNRM in developing and
This second edition of Internet Resources for Nurses is expanded
in scope and depth; it includes more content headings and additional
features. Since the publication of the first edition in 2000,
there has been a substantial increase in the information available to
nurses through the Internet. We can expect that this trend will continue
and that the number, depth, and scope of health care Web sites will
increase dramatically as health care organizations more fully embrace
the information resources available.
This module provides students with the knowledge and skills to share file
resources in a network by installing, configuring, and managing the Distributed
file system (Dfs).
In the hands -on lab in this module, students will have a chance to use Dfs to
share network resources.
Many, many, many thanks to my great team at Verb Interactive (http://
www.verbinteractive.com)—Ed Dorey and Andy MacLellan, who have been
with me since their university days, and our whole team of Internet marketing
Thanks to Maureen Welsman for all the help with this edition of 101 Internet
Businesses You Can Start From Home.
Get the definitive reference for deploying, configuring, and supporting IIS 7.0 with insights from a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and IIS experts at Microsoft. You get 800 pages of in-depth technical guidance on using IIS 7.0 to help enable users to easily host and manage Web sites, create Web-based business applications, and extend file, print, media, and communication services to the Web.
There is a server running Linux that has been running efficiently for a long time but the
system resources might be reaching their limits. The technician decides decide to run a
few of the commands to check the system resources to ensure that the system will
continue run properly.
When providing access to file resources on a computer running
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server, you control who has access to resources and
the nature of the access that they have. To control access to files and folders,
you assign NTFS file system permissions to user accounts and groups. NTFS is
a file system designed for use with Windows 2000 and Windows NT operating
systems. It supports file system recovery, very large storage media, long file
names, and other features.
The Internet render established rules
about strategy obsolete? To the contrary, it
makes them more vital than ever.
Why? The Internet weakens industries’ profitability,
as rivals compete on price alone. And
it no longer provides proprietary advantages, as
virtually all companies now use the Web.
The Internet is no more than a tool—albeit a
powerful one—that can support or damage
your firm’s strategic positioning.
Now more than ever, it is imperative that users be able to protect their system from hackers trashing their Web sites or stealing information. Written by a reformed hacker, this comprehensive resource identifies security holes in common computer and network systems, allowing system administrators to discover faults inherent within their network- and work toward a solution to those problems.
This manual is an effort to assist law enforcement agencies and other
computer crime investigators by providing a resource guide compiled
from the vast pool of information on the Internet. This manual is not
intended to replace any formal training or education. This manual should
be used as a supplemental guide to reference too. It was not my
intention to compile this manual to provide a specific solution for
investigators. This was intended to provide a general overview, which
would assist in helping to developing a solution. This solution does not
have to be hardware or software based.
In this module, students determine threats and analyze risks to physical
resources in an organization. They then learn how to design security for
facilities, computers, mobile devices, and hardware. Students will also learn
about implementing disaster recovery as a way to protect physical resources.
This module focuses on access to and protection of physical resources. Other
modules will focus on access to and protection of data.
The Internet has become one of most technological necessity tools in today’s workplace. With the broad scope of its usefulness and its ease of use, employees find the technology most beneficial to their daily work activities as well as their personal activities.
A major feature of the .NET Framework common language runtime is that the
runtime automatically handles the allocation and release of an objects memory
resources. In most cases, automatic memory management enhances code quality
and developer productivity without negatively impacting expressiveness or
This chapter addresses the concept and importance of interpersonal trust through the use of the Internet in an organizational setting. In particular, personal Web usage is explored by examining employee interpersonal trust.