For many professionals, wireless home computer networking delivers the power of corporate technology — without the hassles of corporate living, and the mobile connectivity to all of the computers throughout your home (or backyard) — without rewiring.
That’s why if you plan to set up a wireless home network, WiFi Home Networking is the one book you shouldn’t be without. Written by a noted telecommunications expert, this hardworking reference delivers comprehensive coverage of wireless home networking, written in language the layman will easily understand. WiFi Home Networking:
* Describes the costs, benefits, and necessity of networking
* Provides the “smart tools” you need to maximize your fun – and your profit!
* Helps you choose the best hardware and software for your needs
* Details how to set up, maintain, and fix your wireless network
* Includes important, practical information about security, viruses, and backing up
* And much, much more!
When it comes to making the right decision about the overwhelming array of choices and expenses associated with wireless home networking, don’t rely on guesswork. Turn to McGraw-Hill’s WiFi Home Networking, and get home networking power -- not home networking problems!
About the Author
Raymond Smith has a B.S. degree in Telecommunications and has worked as a News Director and Editorial Writer for a number of radio stations. A resident of Ojai, CA, Raymond was a programmer and field service engineer for several Silicon Valley computer and data network manufacturers. Most recently, he worked as a network administrator for Verizon.