Tutorial Category: Networking
Networking refers to the process of connecting multiple computing devices together in order to share data and resources. This can include physical connections such as cables, as well as wireless connections using technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular networks.
Networking allows devices to communicate with each other, share information and resources, and work together to accomplish tasks. This can include sharing files and documents, printing to a shared printer, accessing the internet, and collaborating on projects.
Networking can be classified into different types based on the scale of the network and its intended purpose. Local Area Networks (LANs) are networks that are typically confined to a single location such as a home, office, or campus. Wide Area Networks (WANs) are networks that span large distances, such as the internet.
Networking can also be used to enable communication between different types of devices, including computers, servers, smartphones, tablets, and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This has led to the growth of new technologies such as cloud computing and edge computing, which enable devices to work together in more sophisticated ways.
Networking is a critical component of modern computing and has become essential for businesses, governments, and individuals alike. The development of networking technologies has allowed for new levels of collaboration and communication and has revolutionized the way we live and work.
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