In this day and age, it is a lot cheaper to build a computer than it is to buy one. All you have to do is find a system builder and make sure you have all the right components for them to build the machine that you want. If you decide to have your own computer built, then you might be tempted to get everything state of the art, but this would be a mistake, and you might end up wasting a lot of money.
When it comes to the maintenance of your network, the most important thing that you should know is that cabling is key. The reason for this is that at the heart of your network, your server is the one thing that keeps everything going.
Author Cecil C. Sparks
I started in computers with an Electronics degree back in 1983 when Electronics meant troubleshooting to the component level. An average computer at that time cost around
$10,000. Understanding circuits and troubleshooting was the key to success. Now changing Boards are all thats needed to know. After school I went to work for a Start-Up Company as Production Manager and designed 7 surge protectors that the company patented. I also hold 33 Certifications in HP and OKI printer repair. In 2002 I went back to school for an a Associate of Computer & Networking Degree.