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Professional Server, The
For undergraduate Culinary and Hospitality courses that focus on dining room server training, and banquet, catering, and buffet service training.
Filled with real-life examples, The Professional Server: A Training Manual covers all aspects of dining room service. This edition contains in-depth coverage of everything a good server needs to know to be successful in this competitive profession–from professional appearance, to server readiness, to guest communication. Self-contained chapters flow in a logical sequence and offer an explanation of table settings, wine and beverage service and current technologies. Restaurant Reality stories, charts and photos give students an insider’s look into the realities of the profession.
Client/server Information Systems
A Complete Guide to Client/Server Architecture and Client/Server Applications-From the Premier Author in the Field! This flexible new book offers hands-on coverage of client/server architecture and client/server applications. Its practical, business-oriented emphasis fully explains everything you need to know without overwhelming you with technical detail! This practical guide offers:
* Complete coverage of application development as well as the network infrastructure over which applications are deployed
* Thorough-but not too technical!-coverage of all hardware and technology you need to understand
* Cases that detail the experiences of real companies as they implement client/server systems
* A hands-on, business-oriented emphasis that includes that includes coverage of how to integrate intranets, Extranets and the Internet
* Invaluable tips on the management and security of client/server systems not found in other books!
By the same Author Local Area Networks: A Client/Server Approach (0-471-14162-3) Applied Data Communications, 2/E (0-471-17067-4)
Server Disk Management In A Windows Environment
Hard drives and disk management receive scant attention from the industry press, yet recent surveys have identified disk failure as the #1 source of server downtime. Combine this fact with the skyrocketing TCO of data storage management, and it is apparent that server disk management is a subject deserving of much more scrutiny.
Server Disk Management in a Windows Environment explains the basic elements of disks and disk architectures, and explores how to successfully manage and maintain functionality within a Windows environment. The author focuses on critical issues that are often ignored by other books on this subject, issues including disk quotas, fragmentation, optimization, hard drive reliability, asset management, software deployment, and system forensics.
This book is a valuable resource for IT veterans and those who are less tech-savvy. Students and IT newcomers can access multiple definitions and examples of fundamentals such as disk organization, file systems, and basic maintenance actions. Chapters examining hardware and software management and industry trends provide further insight into how you can maintain and monitor disks, and have them perform at maximum efficiency.
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