Networking Basics and Certification
A Web server is a server that it can be accessed over the Internet and runs specific services related to the Internet.
The most common service running on a Web server is Web site hosting service. More ...
Create a Peer-to-peer Network
Many small to medium sized organizations are wrestling
with Windows server and paying excessive licensing fees when they don't need to.
Sure, a server provides centralized security administration, but is it really more efficient? More ...
What is Cloud Computing?
You can't be sure where a specific Internet device is, it's just out there in the cloud of
devices that is the Internet. An individual connected to the Internet can use an application
that's in the cloud. An organization can place their data in the cloud. More ...
Synchronous, Asynchronous, Isochronous. What Does it Mean?
Synchronous, Asynchronous and Isochronous are all methods used to transfer streams of data.
This article uses waveform diagrams to explain the difference. More ...
Wireless Networking Your PC
Here in one place is everything you need to know about wireless networking your PC. More ...
Satellite Broadband Internet Service
Satellite broadband internet service transmits and receives signals between a ground
dish antenna and a geosynchronous satellite. A geosynchronous satellite orbits the
Earth with a period equal to the Earth's rotational period and therefor appears
motionless, at a fixed position in the sky. More ...
Cloud Delivery Models
In order to realize the value from a cloud service the customers must have access to them. A cloud delivery model must be chosen.
Implementing a cloud delivery model can vastly impact an organization. More ...
Network+ Certification Exam Tutorial - DHCP And RARP
Part of passing the Network+ exam is mastering the many different protocols and
services you're introduced to in your studies, and that's especially hard when
two protocols do much the same thing! That's the case with RARP and DHCP, so let's
take a close look at these two protocols and why we use them in the first place. More ...
Bluetooth in Brief
Bluetooth is a wireless technology designed for short range data communications. Two or more
Bluetooth devices establish a connection and form a small wireless network known as a Piconet. More ...
Cable Broadband Internet Service
Cable broadband Internet service uses a coaxial cable and/or fiber-optic cable from
the provider's office to your home or office. At your end, the coaxial cable connects
to a router or modem. The router or modem connects to your network or computer
through an USB cable, Ethernet cable, or wireless circuit. More ...
CompTIA Network+ Video Mentor
In this easy-to-use DVD, top network consultant David L. Prowse walks you through
every skill and concept you?ll need to master to pass the new CompTIA Network+ Exam
(N10-004/JK0-016). This DVD contains more than seven hours videos designed to build
and test your knowledge of networking technologies. More ...
Bluetooth Basics - Bluetooth Technology Tutorial
You see advertisements for Bluetooth enabled cell phones, PDAs, and laptops, and
all sorts of different devices taking advantage of this wireless standard. But,
what is it? Bluetooth technology is nothing new, but in many respects it still
seems to be more of a buzz word rather than a well understood, commonly accepted technology. More ...
Cisco-Linksys Network Magic Pro
Having trouble connecting your devices together and to the Internet, or printing from any computer?
With Cisco Network Magic Pro, you can avoid lengthy, tech support phone calls, hard to navigate
online forums and expensive on-site consultants. It provides do-it-yourself tools for setting up,
managing and securing your network. More ...