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BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) emerged some years ago as a change in the way organizations provided access to their computer networks. BYOD allows employees and students to also join their own computers, smartphones and tablets to these more open networks. Do You BYOD?
The terms "information technology" and "IT" are widely used in business and the field of computing. People use the terms generically when referring to various kinds of computer-related work, which sometimes confuses their meaning.
The rise of interest in wearable technologies like watches and glasses has meant an increased focus on wireless networking. The term body area networks has been coined to refer to wireless network technology used in conjunction with wearables.
The term client-server refers to a popular model for computer networking that utilizes client and server devices each designed for specific purposes. The client-server model can be used on the Internet as well as local area networks (LANs). Examples of client-server systems on the Internet include Web browsers and Web servers, FTP clients and servers, and the DNS.
Web browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari rank among the most popular network applications in the world. People use them for basic information browsing but also for various other needs including online shopping and casual gaming. Web servers supply content to Web browsers via Internet network connections. Here's how the two work together.
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