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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 network network is simply a group of two or more computers linked together. Covers a large geographical area and can contain communication links across metropolitan, regional, or national boundaries. A variation of a LAN that uses no physical wires. WAN LAN Network Benefits Risks of Networked Computing Authorized users can access computers on the network to share information, data, and other resources. A shared environment enables users to work together on group projects Electronic mail has changed the way the world communicates. Instead of purchasing and installing a software program on every single computer, it can be installed on the server. It is not necessary to purchase a printer or a scanner or other frequently used peripherals for each computer. Information sharing: Collaborative environment: Enhanced communications: Software sharing: Hardware sharing: 12345 Hackers people who break into computer systems to steal services and information Individual loss of autonomy software programs are accessible, keeping a record of how the computer is used, what sites are accessed, and so on. Malicious code Networks are more vulnerable than stand-alone computers to viruses, worms, Trojan horses, E-mail bombs, and spyware. Network faults Setup and management costs E-mail is not necessarily private Network equipment problemscan result in loss of data or resources. Setting up a network requires an investment in hardware and software; ongoing maintenance and management of the network requires the care and attention of at least one IT professional. Messages travel through a number of systems and networks and provide opportunities for others to intercept or read the messages. Junk e-mail can also become a problem. Aisha Abdulla 11.52 (ES)
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