Access computer cable providers, whether you need bulk cable or a specific type of computer network cable.www.business.com/technology/computer-cable/
Directory of all-in-one printer office machines for businesses that need to fax, copy, print, and scan documents with an MFP.www.business.com/technology/all-in-one-printer/
Providers of online document storage services. Research online document storage companies offering electronic document storage. Identify online record storage services that fit your business needs.www.business.com/technology/online-document-storage/
Business directory to Software as a Service (SAAS).www.business.com/technology/software-as-a-service/
Business directory to cloud computing.www.business.com/technology/cloud-computing-servers/
Ethernet cables connect a computer to local area network (LAN) services. An Ethernet cable may be graded as a category 5, 6 or 7, depending on how fast it can transmit information. More»
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Using a computer has become second nature to millions of people. IN fact, it is rare to find anyone under the age of 20 who does not know how to use a computer these days, with the exception of those who shun technology for religious reasons, that is. However, knowing how, using a computer, and knowing how to use the Internet is a bit different and they are not mutually exclusive, meaning just because a person knows how to use a computer does not necessarily mean they know how to use or connect to the Internet. For example, did you know what Ethernet cables are?
An Ethernet cable is a wire that allows your computer to connect to the Local Access Network, or the wired Internet. Without the cable, you must have a wireless Internet connection or you will not be able to connect to the Internet. Ethernet cables are all the same size, but they can come in different colors, even though the different colored cables all perform the same function of connecting to the Internet, or other network. For more information about how these cables and the Internet works, click the links on the left and you will find that information. Business.com, with all its valuable resources, can lead you to the knowledge you need to learn about the Ethernet and Internet and you can be surfing the web tomorrow.