Planning and Implementing a Network_Unit5_DB

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Planning and Implementing a Network Unit 5 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow August 16, 2011 American Intercontinental University Workgroups are basically collections of machines residing on a local area network. When apart of a workgroup, these machines share communal resources like printers and various files or documents that may be being saved on a server hard drive. In general, these workgroups are constructed for purposes of undersized LAN’s such as a small organization or an individuals home. Because of their general size during production, after a while when these workgroups become excessive to administer, they are often replaced with “client-servers” and “domains”. Explain to the executives the benefits of workgroups for users. 1. Workgroups do not require the necessity of a server machine or even any sophisticated PC administration skill sets to manage. 2. Workgroups do not carry the necessity of constant administration, again cutting costs. 3. Workgroups are essentially less difficult to uphold and manage, because the only things required are any multiple of machines running inside the same workgroup. 4.
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