Another busy week, plus the usual new articles and Twitter highlights.
It’s been another busy week over here, with quite a number of articles being posted and developments to the site itself still happening. I’ve also managed to complete some more articles around CIT which will get posted over the next week or so.
Continue reading “Weekly Roundup – 14.04.2017”
A look at different network devices and the functions they perform
There are a variety of different devices that can be used to connect other devices to a network such as; switches, routers and access points. Other devices, such as Patch Panels, can be used to distribute network access throughout a building. Due to the way that networking has evolved, older technology components, such as hubs, bridges and repeaters, can often still be found within network systems. Continue reading “Getting Connected – Network Devices”
How to greatly improve the security of your home network.
That wireless router which sits, silent and unobtrusive, in the main room of your house or on a shelf somewhere near a telephone socket, providing that all important connection to the (virtual) outside world is locked up and safe, right?
Well, actually. No. Continue reading “Improving Your Routers’ Security”