Internet access refers to a paid-for service that allows your computer to connect to the Internet using an Internet service provider (ISP). Once connected to the Internet, you can use your computer to search Web sites and send and receive e-mail.
Means of making use of something, for example, a keyboard is used to access a computer.
or making a connection to the Internet. You would normally do this via an ISP (Internet Service Provider) such as Mesh, but you may also have access to the Internet through an office network.
Means to log on to the Internet. The saying 'access' is derived from the concept that you utilise a computer system that allows you to connect to other computers and access the Internet. The word 'access' can also be used to summarise the process of connecting to web pages or file on the Internet. An example would be, "I accessed this great web site the other day".
The rights given specific users to use specific programs and utilities on the computer system
The act of connecting to server computers or sites. When we access a server computer, we need a login name and a password. After connecting to the computer, we might access for example, an FTP site.
A term referring to the means by which a person or computer accesses the Internet. Also see Connectivity.
Can you and all your users connect to the system from wherever you are
An action to use information assets stored within a computer system
The process used for communication between your computer and the Internet.
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a connection to the Internet or other network or computer system.