The total amount of digital information that can be

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21) The total amount of digital information that can be transmitted through any telecommunications medium is measured in: A) bps. B) Hertz. C) baud. D) gigaflops. 22) Digital subscriber lines: 23) T lines: 24) Which protocol is the Internet based on? 25) What service converts IP addresses into more recognizable alphanumeric names? A) HTML B) DNS C) IP D) HTTP 26) The child domain of the root is the: 27) In the domain name " ", what are the root, top-level, second-level, and third-level domains, respectively? 28) Which organization helps define the overall structure of the Internet? 29) IPv6 is being developed in order to: A) update the packet transmission protocols for higher bandwidth. B) create more IP addresses. C) allow for different levels of service. D) support Internet2. 30) Which of the following services enables logging on to one computer system and working on another? 31) Instant messaging is a type of ________ service. 32) The need in some cases for employees to have access to sexually explicit material on the Internet, such as medical researchers, suggests that companies: 33) ________ integrate(s) disparate channels for voice communications, data communications, instant messaging, e-mail, and electronic conferencing into a single experience. A) Wireless networks B) Intranets C) Virtual private networks D) Unified communications
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