A short while ago we all became network administrators without realizing it and without much training. Before that, we owned a single computer that connected to the Internet with a telephone line, and data flowed between the computer and the Internet through that cord. Eventually we got broadband Internet, and then the number of our computer devices began to multiply and they all needed Internet access, and physical connections were inconvenient. WiFi networking was born, soon became commonplace, and now is a necessity. It allows multitudes of devices to share Internet access, along with other resources such as printers and stored data.
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