* This first-ever valuation guide shows how to select and manage network-based services to ensure maximum return on investment* Explains how to manage the costs and tradeoffs between distributed and centralized management structures* Shows how to avoid risking too much for too little return due to unpredictable overall market conditions* Covers network-based services such as Internet access, application management, hosting, voice and data services, and the new breed of SOAP/XML Web services
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Author Biography - Mark Gaynor
MARK GAYNOR is Assistant Professor of Information Science at Boston University. He recently received his PhD from Harvard in computing science (networking group) and spent the last two years working with worldwide technology experts on network service valuation strategies. Gaynor is the author of several articles on ATM networks, standards, and computer aided education. He is a member of ACM and IEEE. Networking Council Books put technology into perspective for decision-makers who need an implementation strategy, a vendor and out- sourcing strategy, and a product and design strategy. The series advisors are three of the most influential leaders of the networking community: LYMAN CHAPIN-Founding Trustee of the Internet Society and former Chief Scientist for NextHop Technologies and Chief Scientist at BBN Technologies SCOTT BRADNER-Senior Consultant for Harvard University, Transport Area Director IETF, trustee of the Internet Society, and ISOC VP of Standards VINTON CERF-Senior Vice President for Internet Architecture and Technology at WorldCom, founding President of the Internet Society, and co-inventor of TCP/IP