Network Hardware

  Network hardware refers to the vast array of physical devices that make up the network infrastructure required to connect and maintain the different types of networks. See below for some examples:   Routers   Routers are network gateway devices that can connect two or more networks together. Routers with WiFi antennas that can support […]

Network Topologies

Network topologies are the logical or physical structure / layout of a network. Different topologies have their own pros and cons so it is important to know the differences between them and what situations they work best in.   Logical network topologies Logical topologies are not about how the devices on a network are physically […]

Cloud networking explained quickly

Cloud networking is any form of networking utilizing cloud architecture. Users access networking resources through centralized inter-connected servers often hosted by a third party organization but not always. The centralized servers are connected to a Wide Area Network (WAN) which helps to distribute content quickly and securely.   There are many benefits to using a […]