Tuesday, May 12, 2015

How Network Device Work; Wireless Connections; Skynet

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How Network Device Work; Wireless Connections; Skynet

Those who use phones for illicit purposes might be the subject of monitoring by a distributed computer network called Skynet. For more on that, see - What is Skynet? For the rest of us, this week's newsletter features a mix of other articles on wireless and networking topics.

Bradley Mitchell
Wireless/Networking Expert
How Computer Networks Work: An Introduction to Devices
During the past 20 years, the planet has gradually been covered by computer networks of various kinds. Understanding the basics of how these networks work helps us learn how to better use them and also increases our awareness of the changing world around us. This installment of our series on How Computer Networks Work examines devices - hardware systems that connect to the network and communicate with each other.
Introduction to Making Wireless Network Connections
Laptops, smartphones, tablets and many other types of consumer devices support wireless network connections. Wireless has understandably become the preferred form of comptuer networking for many people due to its portability and convenience. The three basic types of wireless network connections - peer-to-peerhome router and hotspot - each have their own specific setup and management considerations. Read more... .
Finding and Using Wi-Fi Hotspots
Wi-Fi hotspot is a wireless access point that provides Internet access to network devices in public locations such as downtown centers, cafes, airports and hotels. Businesses and schools are increasingly using Wi-Fi hotspots for their internal (intranet) networks. Home wireless networks also use similar Wi-Fi technology. Read more... .
How to Add a Printer to Your Network
Many homes and businesses use printers to generate hardcopy documents. Traditionally, a printer in someone’s home was connected to one PC and all printing was done from that computer only. Network printing extends this capability to other devices in the home and even remotely via the Internet. Read more... .
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