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Mr Micro Computers offering computer sales, computer service, network solutions,
accounts, online training, and other personal and business computing solutions.
What is Computer Networking?
In the world of computers, networking is the practice of linking two or more
computing devices together for the purpose of sharing data. Networks are
built with a mix of computer hardware and computer software. Networks can be
categorized in several different ways. One approach defines the type of network
according to the geographic area it spans. Local area
networks (LANs), for example, typically reach across a single home, whereas
wide area networks (WANs), reach across cities, states, or even across
the world. And if you think you know nothing about networks and have never
used one before, think again! You are on a network right now. The Internet
is the world's largest public WAN.
Mr. Micro's Networking Experts
Mr. Micro’s trained network specialists bring their knowledge
and expertise to your custom network installation. We will work with
you to maximize your system efficiency and stability.
Your data is of the utmost importance, so why risk it to an
amateur technician when you can benefit from our years of experience
and top-quality certifications? You can depend on Mr. Micro. Our years of experience with Microsoft and Novell server
technologies is what you are looking for when you have networking needs.
We strongly focus on
networking, therefore, our technicians maintain cutting-edge
education for today's latest technology. From a single file server or
printer sharing server to a clustered Exchange Email server, a corporate
network to home network we are there for you,
helping you make it happen. Call on Mr. Micro for ALL of your networking
Business Networks Need Professional Care
Network maintenance/consulting cannot be underestimated in its importance
to any company. If you want your organization's networks to operate at
their best, they must undergo periodic evaluations by qualified professionals.
Technology is moving so fast these days. Unless you're an expert in the
field, it's hard to keep up with the latest innovations in networking services.
This is why such
experts exist. It is our job to keep up with the technological
advances in networking. We can then
share our expertise to help your company operate to its full potential.
There is no one solution when it comes to business networks. Each company
is unique. Every company has a different network setup.
That's why, when it comes to networking professionals,
it's important to work with companies like Mr. Micro, that truly dedicate
themselves to understanding your company's situation. Don't accept any "cookie-cutter" solutions.
A good company will take the time to understand your company's
situation and work within it.
Besides knowledge, service is also important with any network maintenance/consulting
company. Expertise doesn't do much good if it doesn't translate into a
good working relationship with your company. No matter how lauded
a company may be for its know-how, it should also deliver the quality customer
service to back it up. Customer service involves everything from sound
guidance in decision making to handling any problems or unforeseen circumstances.
It means that anything
that for any reason may go wrong in network solutions gets rectified
quickly and courteously. It also means a pleasant, ongoing relationship
between your company and the provider of the consulting services.
Home Networking Uses
Tired of having to compete for access to the printer? Sick of running from the
computer upstairs to the computer in the family room just to check e-mail?
Are the kids constantly using your PC because it's the only one
house connected to the Internet? Then a home network is your salvation. Here's
a rundown on a few ways you can use a home network to make
your life easier.
- Resource sharing -
With a home network, all users in the house can access the Internet,
applications and peripherals at the same time. Now, every user in the
house can access one printer and scanner and swap data files. Even software,
CD-ROM and Zip drives can be
- Internet for everyone -
Access the Internet from multiple places in the home using PCs, notebooks,
even Webpads. No more waiting in line to do school research or check
the latest stock prices. With a network, everyone can be on the Net at
- My hard drive is your hard drive -
So, the old computer in the basement just doesn't have the get up and go
you need? Why not use its hard drive? Put the old beige box to use by
networking with it to increase your storage space. Use it to store MP3s,
word documents, spreadsheets and more.
- Gaming at its finest -
Die-hard gamers will love the options networking has to offer. Play a multiplayer
game with another family member, each using your own PC. Many games accommodate
up to eight players, and some servers let you engage in online gaming
with players worldwide.