Basic infrastructure services

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  • Microsoft Office Live Small Business is a suite of Internet-based services for small businesses, designed to get you up and running online quickly and easily – all you need is a computer and an Internet connection and allow to create a professional online presence without the expense of buying a server, setting up a compicated infrastructure and hiring technical staff to maintain it.

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  • The Business Requirements for Teleworker Services When designing network architectures that support a teleworking solution, designers must balance organizational requirements for security, infrastructure management, scalability, and affordability against the practical needs of teleworkers for ease of use, connection speeds, and reliability of service.

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  • Types of Information: text, graphic, voice; audio; video, game… Communication systems: end systems: work-stations, servers, printers… networking devices: hub; switch; routers… capacity depending on hardware configurations (CPU, RAM, Bus…)

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  • Critics sometimes point out that public transit requires more public subsidy per passenger-mile than automobile travel, but this comparison is unfair (“Transit Evaluation,” VTPI 2009). About half of transit subsidies are intended to provide basic mobility (service at times and locations with low demand, and special services for people with disabilities), which requires large subsidy per passenger-mile. Transit operates on major urban corridors where any form of transport is costly to provide.

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  • Regardless of their basic purpose, virtually all e-commerce sites rest on the same network structures, communication protocols, and Web standards. This infrastructure has been under development for over 30 years. This appendix briefly reviews the structures, protocols and standards underlying the millions of sites used to sell to, service, and chat with both customers and business partners. It also looks at the infrastructure of some newer network applications, including streaming media and peer-to-peer (P2P)....

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  • IMS – the IP Multimedia Subsystem of the 3GPP family of telecommunication standards – may very well be at the same time the worst and the best kept secret of the telecom world. “Secret” because it is essentially designed to be invisible – the modern version of the infrastructure that delivers communication to the world. “Worst kept” because it has dominated the strategies for communication evolution in the past years, and has thus been very visible, at least to those in the industry.

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  • In almost all areas of daily life the demands on the communications infrastructure increased dramatically. With regard to the volume of data that has to be transmitted, no matter whether we are dealing with public or private networks, industrial fields or automobiles, needs will continue to rise. Consequently, the demands on the bandwidth of communications systems will continue to increase since more and more video data streams with high picture quality (IP TV), in addition to telephone and data circuits, will be transmitted.

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  • During the last few years, the telecommunications sector has progressed remarkably thanks to the numerous technological advances occurring in the field. The demand for communication services has also increased explosively worldwide creating or imposing tougher capacity requirements on the telecommunication infrastructure. In developing regions, this demand reflects the great need for the basic telephone services, i.e. the Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), whereas in developed regions it applies to...

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  • This module provides an overview of the key Microsoft® Windows® 2000 networking services and outlines the network design aspects necessary to design a networking services infrastructure. The module begins by explaining the basic components of an infrastructure from the designer’s perspective. It then reviews key networking technologies and how they fit into the Windows 2000 network architecture. The module ends with an examination of the key criteria to consider when designing a network.

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  • This module provides students with the basic context and terminology for the course. It starts by discussing how Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Active Directory™ directory service works in an enterprise network. A framework is presented for identifying the business needs that guide the design of the Active Directory infrastructure. Finally, an overview of the architectural components of Active Directory is provided.

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  • In this paper we are particularly interested in how public infrastructure influences child health. Access to sanitary and health care infrastructure is another likely determinant of child health. There is evidence that increasing the provision of basic health services (birth services, availability of drugs, immunizations) improves considerable child health (Thomas et al 1996 and Lavy et al 1996). Wolfe and Behrman (1982) find evidence that access to refrigeration and good quality sewage systems positively influence child health.

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  • Floods can cause serious indirect impacts, including damage to important energy, water, communications and transport infrastructure. They can also interfere with basic public services such as schools and hospitals. The National Flood Risk Assessment shows that a sizeable part of our important infrastructure and public services are in flood risk areas. This is especially so for water-related infrastructure that needs to be near rivers. For example, over 55 per cent of water and sewage pumping stations/treatment works are in flood risk areas, with 34 per cent at significant risk....

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  • With the release of Windows 2000, Microsoft introduced an entirely new approach to networking involving directory services. IT professionals are now responsible for designing a Windows 2000 Active Directory infrastructure, implementing it, maintaining it, and using Windows 2000 support technologies. This comprehensive Bible gives you all the knowledge necessary to successfully plan, deploy, and maintain an Active Directory network.

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  • The record, however, shows that in many, if not most, developing coun- tries, the poor have by and large not benefited from government pro- grams and projects in these areas. The reason, of course, has been the weak capacity of government. States with weak institutions have to find other ways to deliver basic social services and economic infrastructure to their poor citizens. One of these ways is to work in partnership with private sector and community organizations, sometimes called civil so- ciety.

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  • One of the international challenges is to actually create an infrastructure in many countries that constructs schools and equips them with trained teachers so children can experience a basic education. The UN millennium development goals reflect this and great progress is being made on access to a universal basic education. However it is a modest goal that, for example, doesn’t necessarily apply to teenagers.

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  • The requirements for discharging known or highly-suspected multi-drug resistant TB (MDRTB) patients are more stringent. Since the number of new MDRTB patients in NYC has decreased by over 90% since 1992, the likelihood that a patient whose susceptibility results are not yet available upon discharge will have MDRTB is very small. The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) maintains an excellent infrastructure of ambulatory care clinics to diagnose and treat TB patients and to provide supporting services such as DOT, all free of charge to the patient.

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  • Access Technologies Access is arguably the most important part of the network infrastructure, since it is the point at which all revenue-generating customers come into contact with the network. It is also an area of great diversity from basic telephone access through private exchange and Automatic Call Distributor (ACD) connections, not to mention HFC cable Integrated Access Device (IAD) protocol stack TV, to leased data service connections and wireless connectivity in the form of wireless Local Area Networks (LANs) and of course the now near ubiquitous mobile phone (in Europe at least)....

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  • The way we design, plan and build our cities and their infrastructure is critical for developing competitive and liveable cities. Cities are already suffering from severe environmental problems, such as pollution, congestion and excessive waste, while the basic needs of hundreds of millions of urban residents are yet to be met. The unprecedented urbanization imposes an even greater challenge for providing adequate housing, energy, water, sanitation and mobility to all. Cities are at a crossroads.

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  • So what was the impact, then, of these funds? The IDB’s conclusion is that social funds’ impact is not on employment and income. The big impact is on improvement in living conditions. The funds deliver gov- ernment services to poor communities that never had them before; they develop simple systems of targeting based on basic needs, and they build simple social infrastructure quite efficiently at low cost. They improve the living conditions of the poor even if the measured income of the poor does not go up very much.

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  • This module provides students with an overview of a Microsoft® Windows® 2000 network, the basic resources that it provides (file, print, and Web), and the directory service infrastructure (user accounts, permissions, and authentication) that provides and controls user access to these resources.

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