Lets's Talk Computers - Cisco Press  July 17, 2004
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Interview on July 17, 2004
Networking Your Small/Medium Business     Guest: Robyn Aber
Cisco Press is the Cisco Systems authorized book publisher of Cisco networking technology, Cisco certification self-study, and Cisco Networking Academy Program materials. Cisco Press is a publishing alliance between Cisco Systems® and the Pearson Education division of Pearson plc.

Author Robyn Aber is a technical marketing officer for the commercial segment at Cisco Systems and writes the "Technical Matters" column for the Cisco iQ Magazine. "Power Up Your Small-Medium Business" is her release from Cisco Press that focuses on establishing and maintaining networks for small and medium networks.
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