Hardware sharing - fundamentals of networks , Computer Networking

Hardware Sharing 

network  facilitate the  sharing  devices. For  example  instead of giving  each of 10 employees in  department  of the internet  on modern society is hard to exaggerate especially for those of us in technical  fields.

 

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