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Welcome to the Pen@ink WWW site. This WWW site is currently being built, and should be ready within a few weeks. We are currently planning a major expansion of our IT network, and future plans for it will appear here.

Currently we are organised into six main departments:

Sales

Our Sales Department is based in the UK in Chorley Terrace, London, SW1. If you have any enquires on content delivery please contact them in the first instance.

Marketing

Our Marketing Department is based in New York, and has grown considerably, and is looking forward to integrating with our Sales team.

Production

Our Production Department is based in Milton Keynes, UK.

 

Graphics Design

Our Graphics Design Department is one of the most talent designers in the business, and are famed for their stick-art drawings.

IT Support

To backup our excellent content delivery service, we have one of the best IT support teams.

 

If you're interested in bidding for this contract please download the following document, and submit it before our next Board of Directors meeting:

Possible structure of the document.
Related WWW site.

The main issues are:

Network Design

Assign subnets and network addresses to the network.

Develop a topology for the network.

 

Network Operating Systems

Contrast differing networking operating systems, such as Novell NetWare, UNIX and Windows.

Contrast differing networked file systems, such as Novell NDS, NFS and Active Directories.

Recommend a preferred networking operating system, and distributed file system.

 

Workstation

Contrast differing workstation operating systems (UNIX/NDS/NT/Windows 95/2000/XP).

Contrast the security of differing workstation operating systems.

Recommend a preferred workstation operating system.

 

Router Programming

Outline the implementation of the firewalls (using ACLs).

Define the router programming (this does not have to be in a correct form, but should be usable by someone who will implement the router programming).

 

Document access

Contrast differing methods of implementing public and private access to documents.

Recommend a preferred method.


 

 

 

 
 

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