A blockchain is a data structure containing records, called blocks, which are chain linked together in a cryptographically secure way, and is verified by and accessible (readable) across a distributed, decentralized network of computers as a publicly agreed upon transaction ledger. Blockchain is the fundamental technology behind cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
USB-C stands for “Universal Serial Bus Type-C”, a newer type of USB connector that was introduced in 2015. It supports the USB 3.1 specification which can produce data transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps, and more recently USB 3.2, which can produce data transfer speeds of up to 20 Gbps. Unlike the previous USB-A
Two-factor authentication (2FA), is an enhanced security mechanism that requires a computer user to have not just one, but two items in order to authenticate (sign-in). The first item is something you know, such as your typical password. The second item is something you have, such as a physical cell phone that an access code
A web browser is a software program used to process and display web pages located on the World Wide Web (WWW) using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Web page content most commonly includes text, graphics, multimedia files such as video and audio, and interactive software (web email, banking etc.). Web pages often have hyperlinks that
Big Data is a term used to describe very large, vast and complex data sets. Such data sets are so large that they cannot be contained in a traditional database on a single computer, but rather are managed and stored across multiple systems in a distributed database computing environment. Some examples include the Google search