Transmission control protocol — or better known as TCP — joins the Internet Protocol (IP) to form the backbone of the Internet Protocol Suite. For this reason, the suite is commonly referred to as TCP/IP.
The client-server architecture is the basis for all sending and receiving of information over the Internet when utilizing file transfer protocol (FTP).
While Apple has always had a strong hold on the consumer market, the company has made inroads within the enterprise sector in recent years as well.
Universal Serial Bus — better known as USB — was first developed in the 1990s and encompasses the industry standard for all aspects of connecting devices to computers and other hardware.
For many computer users, file transferring has become part of their regular practices.
Traditionally known for catering to the consumer segment with its desktop and laptop computers, Apple has carved out a niche in the enterprise sector as well in recent years as professionals now recognize the viability of Mac products.
As the need for professionals to send and receive digital information has increased during the past several years, so too have the options that are available. These days, there are myriad tools available that can quickly and effectively transfer files.
Between files, documents, photos, music and video, the average web user is responsible for a lot of digital content. And more so in recent years than in the past, users are looking to share their information.
The popularity of video as a collaboration platform is on the rise. Better technology and access to easy-to-use and effective video solutions has made the medium the new go-to for many enterprise users.