Need a cure for the headaches associated with running a home network? This book tackles all the common annoyances your network dishes up--whether it's wired or wireless, Mac or PC. With a friendly, off-the-cuff approach, this book guides you safely through common home networking glitches, including file sharing, printing, security, and more.
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Author Biography - Kathy Ivens
Kathy Ivens has authored, co-authored, contributed to, and ghost written more than fifty books on computer subjects. She is a frequent contributor to national magazines on computer topics, and is a Senior Contributing Editor for Windows IT Pro Magazine (nee Windows & .NET Magazine, nee nee Windows 2000 Magazine, nee nee nee Windows NT Magazine). Before becoming a computer nerd, Ms Ivens spent many years as a television producer, where she had fun producing sports (especially football), and was mildly amused producing news, entertainment programs, childrens' shows, and promos. Before that, she was a community organizer for social agencies and a political consultant. She's also had careers in marketing, advertising, film/tape production, music, and soda-jerking (working backwards to prepubescence). She still can't explain to her grandchildren what she wants to be when she grows up.