Local Area Network (LAN) Engineering

Definition:  "Two or more devices attached to a common internal communication infrastructure compose a LAN."

What a LAN Provides

Make your office more productive by sharing resources. Do away with "sneaker net". Maximize the investment in a device, such as that new printer, by allowing the whole office to share it. Use a fileserver to centralize the storage and backup of critical business information. Share data base services and application processing.

Wide Area Network (WAN) Engineering

Definition: "Two or more local area networks (LANs) attached to a common communication infrastructure compose a WAN."
What a WAN Provides

Expands the benefits of a Local Area Network across the enterprise. Give your remote offices access to your centralized applications, data bases and information. Centralize the storage and backup of your critical business information.
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