Technology Trends

2473 Words Mar 13th, 2013 10 Pages
What do you think is the first thing that pops into your head when you hear the word technological trend? Do you think of how computers has advance over a recent decade, telephone complications of trying to get through or even speak to a customer service representative or just disbelief and amazement? Regardless, of what you think, technological trends are here to stay especially in telecommunications and networking aspect. However, in today society, we have a lot of obstacles that we must face in the overall technology world. The changing of technology it important but sometime it has it downfalls for example slowing our fast pace world. The downfalls can happen at any time and at any place which would suddenly hinder our fast pace …show more content…
Another VPN type is called a site-to-site. This type of VPN uses dedicated equipment and large scale encryption, that allow a company to connect multiple sites over a public network and remote user through a third party service provider. [5] VPN has really made a huge impacted in the business arena not only for the present but in the future as well. As the Internet grows, more businesses will take advantage of this technology. VPN has provided many businesses a lot of freedom with what they can do. For example, cheaper phone cost for companies with multiple offices in remote locations, telecommuters and those who travel often. This is a good way for employees to stay plugged in the corporate world. I think the success of VPN in the future depends mainly on the industry dynamics[6] In, the next few years the most value in VPNs lies in the potential for businesses to save money on telephone costs. Another way for companies to save money is by using broadband service instead of using a dial-up modem. What is Broadband? Broadband is defined as high-speed transmission. The term is commonly used to refer to communication lines or services at T-1 rates (1.544 Mbps) and above. Also, Broadband can be a method of transmitting data, voice and video using Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM), such as, used with cable TV. [7] There are a couple different types of broadband technology for example T-1 carrier, cable modem, and Digital Subscriber Lines
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