B.S. in Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology and M.S. in Technology from Purdue University
Network Systems Administration, Enterprise Network Management, and Network Application Architectures.
Enclave and Nework Security
Maintains an active consulting practice.
Award winning teacher, recognized as an outstanding educator by students.
Applied Data Communications: A Business Oriented Approach (with J. E. Goldman), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2001). Developing and Supporting a Laboratory Based Local Area Network Course, IACIS Refereed Proceedings of International Association for Computer Information Systems (Virginia, 1999). Middleware: Where the Client Meets the Server, IACIS Refereed Proceedings of International Association for Computer Information Systems (Virginia, 1998)
Phillip T. Rawles is an Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems and Technology at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Professor Rawles' primary areas of interest are network systems administration, enterprise network management, and network application architectures. An award winning teacher, Professor Rawles is consistently recognized as an outstanding educator by his students. In addition to his academic work, Professor Rawles maintains an active consulting practice. Professor Rawles' teaching interests include system administration, network design, and the management and security of enterprise networks.
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