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 Internet

 www
 Intranets
 Extranets
 E-mail, messaging and e-discussions
 Electronic conferencing
 Internet telephony
 Cellular systems
 Wi-Fi systems
 Broadband
The Internet is a global system of
interconnected computer networks that
interchange data. It is a "network of
networks" that consists of millions of
private and public, academic, business,
and government networks of local to
global scope that are linked by copper
wires, fiber-optic cables, wireless
connections, and other technologies.
 Computer network consisting of a
collection of internet sites that offer
text and graphics and sound and
animation resources through the
hypertext transfer protocol.
 An intranet is a private computer
network that uses Internet protocols and
network connectivity to securely share
any part of an organization's information
or operational systems with its
employees. it is a more extensive part of
the organization's computer infrastructure
and private websites are an important
component and focal point of internal
communication and collaboration.
 Extranet is a private network that
uses the public telecommunication
system to securely share part of an
organization's information or
operations with suppliers, vendors,
partners, customers or other
businesses. An extranet can be viewed
as part of a company's intranet that is
extended to users outside the
company.
A system of world-wide
electronic communication in which a
computer user can compose a message
at one terminal that can be regenerated
at the recipient's terminal when the
recipient logs in.
 Professionals in all fields are looking to
Internet technology to find
communication methods that encourage
greater collaboration and are an
efficient way of dispersing helpful and
relevant information in a cost effective
manner. One method that has become
increasingly popular is conferencing,
whether it be on “electronic bulletin
Boards”, listservs, in chat rooms or using
web-based meeting protocols.
 Enables co.’s to use IT for telephone
voice transmission over the internet or
private networks.
 Voice over IP(VOIP)-uses the internet
protocol to deliever voice information
in digital form using packet
switching,avoiding the tolls charged by
local and long distance telephone
networks
A hand-held mobile radiotelephone for
use in an area divided into small
sections, each with its own short-range
transmitter/receiver.
 DSL:A generic name for digital lines
that are provided by
telephone companies to their local
subscribers and that carry data at high
speeds
 Today's workforce, equipped with PDAs, laptops
and other mobile devices, demand access to
your network from wherever they are, without
the hassle of a fixed network. WiFi allows your
business to deploy a network more quickly, at
lower cost, and with greater flexibility than a
wired system.
 Productivity increases too, since workers can
stay connected longer, and are able to
collaborate with their co-workers as and where
needed.
 WiFi networks are more fluid than wired
networks. A network is no longer a fixed thing,
networks can be created and ripped down in an
afternoon instead of the days or weeks required
to create a structured cable network.
Local Area Network: A
network of computers in a
particular organization at a
same physical organization.
Metropolitan Area Network:
A network of computers
connected within a range of
10kms in an organization.
Wide Area Network: A
network of computers that a
connected through a world wide
web.
A communications network in which
the bandwidth can be divided and
shared by multiple simultaneous
signals (as for voice or data or video)