Backup- to create a copy of data to use as a recovery file in case the original is lost.
Network- the connection of multiple devices such as pc’s and printers
Server- As the name implies, a server serves information to computers that connect to it. When users connect to a server, they can access programs, files, and other information from the server. Common servers are Web servers, mail servers, and LAN servers. A single computer can have several different server programs running on it.
Anti virus – software that is used to protect a users computer from malicious programs that cause damage
to your systems.
Spam filters- Software that helps stop junk emails
WiFi- (Wireless fidelity) a form of wireless connection to a router to allow a device to connect to the internet without the need for cables.
Remote access- a method to access your computer from a different location, also allows a technician to gain control of your computer to diagnose any issues.
Lan- (local area connection) is a computer network limited to a small area such as an office building Most mid to large-sized businesses today use LANs, which makes it easy for employees to share information.
TCP/IP- (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) The purpose is to allow computers to communicate with each other over long distance networks. The TCP part has to do with the verifying delivery of the packets. The IP part refers to the moving of data packets between nodes.