There are a lot of buzz words surrounding internet connectivity. From DDoS to the cloud, and even bandwidth, the specifics of these terms can easily be confused. Here at OneNet, we value our customers and all you do to serve your communities. Many leaders in the organizations we serve wear several hats, and we know that technical terminology can be a little overwhelming when your background is not in network engineering. In our “How The Internet Works” video series, our experts aim to explain quickly and simply some commonly used technical terms, so our customers can have a clearer understanding of how network concepts affect their organization’s daily workings.
OneNet has several robust fiber connections across the state– and we’re not talking about the fiber that’s part of a balanced diet. But what exactly is fiber, and how is it different from general internet connections? Sky explains how fiber works and why it’s a valuable connectivity source.
What is a DDoS?
Ever heard someone mention DoS or DDoS and had no idea what they were talking about? In our first “How The Internet Works” video, Sky explains what these concepts mean and how they affect organizations like yours.