A ring topology is a network configuration in which device connections create a circular data path. Each networked device is connected to two others, like points on a circle. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
A bus topology is a LAN topology in which all the devices are connected to a single Cable called a backbone. If the backbone breaks, the entire segment fails. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
A star topology is a LAN in which all computers are individually connected to a central connection point, like a switch. A star uses a lot of cabling, but the benefit is that if a cable […]
Dedicated or frequent users of the social media application Twitter. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
A method of tricking users into visiting a fake site that looks like a legitimate site and gathering their details through domain spoofing or DNS cache poisoning. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
Crowdfunding method of raising money to go towards a business venture, not for profit or social cause. The money is raised by communicating via Internet or social media platforms. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
The process of adding geographical identification metadata to various media such as a geotagged photograph or video. It can be risky, so use it with care. The concern is that geotagging can disclose your whereabouts […]
A wireless radio frequency for the transmission of data across short distances. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
Flaming is posting offensive content online, mostly in forums, chat rooms or social networking groups with the intent to cause arguments or heated debates or simply to offend others. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
Bitcoin is a digital cryptocurrency. It is a decentralized currency, which means that no bank owns it, and uses peer-to-peer networks for creating payments. [The Digital Classroom Resource].