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EOC Exam ~CBA 2014

TermDefinition
Electronic Mail (e-mail) Transmission of messages and files using a computer network.
Fax A document genereated by using a facsimile machine.
Internet A vast network of computers linked to one another.
Intranet A company's private network of computers.
Local Area Network (LAN) A computer network that covers a small area.
Network Computers that are connected to eachother.
Online Computers that are connected and ready to receive and/or transmit data.
Protocol The rules that must be observed for two electronic devices to communicate with eachother.
Stand Alone A computer that is not connected to a network.
Telecommunications Transmitting information and communicating electronically.
Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Internet address that identifies hypertext documents.
World Wide Web (WWW) A system of computers that share information by means of links on web pages.
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