A short primer on what makes the Web work

April 19, 2018 Rogers
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Collaboration - Apr. 19, 2018

A short primer on what makes the Web work

“Not enough people know how the internet actually works—or what exactly the internet is.”

Almost everyone uses the internet daily, but almost no one (IT professionals and aficionados excluded) really knows what it is or how it works.

Comprised of millions of computer networks around the globe that are connected by satellites, buried cables and software, the internet is more than a conduit of information; it carries the lifeblood of many businesses.

Continue reading to see how Chris Hoffman for How to Geek explains the nuts and bolts of the internet in easy-to-understand terms so anyone can better appreciate what underlies so much of the modern business world.


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