In the past, networks were just made up of computers that were connected together. The introduction of servers changed that, and now networks can include both individual computers as well as servers. When you are designing your network it is important to know what the different types of devices are in order to make decisions about how they should be configured. This blog post will introduce you to three common types of networking devices: switches, wireless access points and routers. Individual Computers: If you are only working with individual computers, then your network will be much simpler. All of the devices on that network should have a connection to an internet service provider and they can share files with each other using file sharing software like Network Attached Storage (NAS) boxes or cloud storage services like Dropbox. This type of set-up is more common in smaller organizations where there isn’t as many people who need access to their email at all times. Servers: These types of networking devices allow for both data and programs to be stored in one place so it’s easier for them to be accessed by users across the network. Companies use servers because it allows them centralize their information instead of having everyone store copies


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