Network Technology

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  • Network Technologies

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    Ethernet Of all of the current Local Area Network (LAN) technologies available, Ethernet is the most popular industry standard. This networking standard is defined by the Institute for Electrical Engineers (IEEE) in a standard they created entitled IEEE Standard 802.3. The standard defines the rules for configuring Ethernet as well as the protocol that allow computers to communicate. A protocol is a standard that allows computers to communicate with each other by defining the following: how they

  • Network Technology Applications

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    Network Technology Applications 1.1 ISP Analysis 1.2 Selected ISP Conclusion 2.1 Internet connections 2.2 Conclusion for best use. 3.1 Appendix 3.2 Bibliography 1.1 ISP Analysis Out of the 12 Internet service providers (ISP’s) served 4 were monthly charge broadband, 4 were pay as you go dial up and 4 were business broadband services (Office service providers OSP’s). The most popular form of connecting to the internet has become the

  • Wireless Network Technology

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    Introduction Wireless network technology is the fastest rising sector of the communications market. An organization is adopting wireless networking technologies to address networking requirements in ever-increasing numbers (Whitman, ME & Mattord, HJ 2005). Wireless networks have demonstrated their ability to deliver increased productivity, convenience and freedom of movement to users and network installation flexibility to IT staff in organizations. As a result of wireless networks computer users have

  • Network Technology and Applications

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    Network Technology and Applications Contents 1.1 Introduction 2.1 The Design Process 2.2 Page Production & testing 3.1 Conclusion 4.1 Appendices 1.1 Introduction For this assignment I have decided to design and produce a single web page on myself, including my hobbies, with images and links to external sites. Enclosed is the design process for the page and details of the production of the page. I will test the web page using two

  • Network Speed - 4G Technologies

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    Overview [WINNIE] As the technology world evolves and develops faster and better every day, it puts new demands of speed and throughput on the network that supports it. Today especially, we live in a world where everyone is mobile, and it is expected that mobile networks keep pace with the innovations in technology. The successor of 2G and 3G mobile network standard is the 4G mobile network standard. The emergence of 4G, nonetheless, should provide faster and better mobile network connectivity to support

  • Social Media Network Technology

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    Media Network Technology Paper The web is no longer a read only product, it now has the ability to be interactive and particpatory. Users are able to interact over the internet with each other with instant messaging and emails and use social networks to share news, videos, and photos with others, bringing people with common interest, opinions, and experiences together and closer. Some of the most popular social networks include Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn. Currently social networks are mostly

  • MIT Oxygen, Network Technologies

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    MIT Oxygen, Network Technologies The more advanced our civilization becomes the more stress we endure. The Oxygen project at MIT is attempting to make our lives easier by taking out the little things to give us more time for the more important jobs in life. A small but significant part of the Oxygen project is WIND wireless networks of devices project. With the ability to have everything in your life networked through automatic wireless technology will make our devices in our world interact

  • Technology and Social Network Sites

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    Facebook has become a global commodity interconnecting cultures, services, marketing and social lives. The social network is the most popular social network site (SNS) around the world, especially among young people in western countries. It enables users to bond with individuals, share information, including discussions of personal interest (Schwartz 2009). Users can send e-mail messages, chat with text or face to face, participate in discussion forums, and write on virtual message boards, wishing

  • Role of Information Technology in the Formation of Social Networks

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    Social Change in a Network Society The Role of Information Technology in the Formation of Social Networks Contemporary society has built itself around new networks, both social and physical, which allow for more and more information technology to facilitate interaction. How will society instigate social change in a world where networks shape how we interact and the technology driving these networks is shaped and controlled by a specific group in society. The fact is, communication is increasingly

  • Information Technology – Wireless local-area Networks (WLAN)

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    Information Technology – Wireless local-area Networks (WLAN) In today’s world where organizations need to keep in contact with employees there seem to be more ways than ever to stay connected. This can be a burden for small organizations that do not have a large information technology (IT) staff to keep them updated with the latest technologies (Cisco, 2004). A significant way for employees to stay in touch besides cell phones, laptops and hand held computers is wireless local area networks (WLAN)