Correctly configuring your computers and networks is a good way to get the most out of your complete system. This is especially true if you are running a small business.
Networking helps you to control and manage all the operations of a small business – such as communication, data transfer, and storage – more easily.
Here you can find hints and tips and answers to questions often asked
Data stored in a small text file by a website, either for storing a user website preferences or to track the users browsing behaviour - normally for marketing purposes.
Stands for Uniform Resource Locator, and describes the makeup of a web address and its protocol (http:).
Bandwidth refers to how much data you can send through a network or modem connection. It is usually measured in bits per second, or "bps."
Stands for "Media Access Control Address". A MAC address is a hardware identification number that uniquely identifies each device on a network. The MAC address is manufactured into every network device.
Basic Input/Output System, A program built into every PC for setting up very basic things, like how many hard and floppy disks you have and what type they are. The Bios is the first thing that loads when you start your PC.
Digital Subscriber Line. A method of connecting to the Internet via a phone line.