Data communications can come in a variety of formats. Standard old fashioned like public telephone systems, which used to transmit voice now can transfer data through fax. However, that is not all. Data communication now also consists of wireless, Voice over IP (VoIP), and the Internet.
New social networking technologies like Twitter, Facebook, Interlink and others allow communication to take place in ways that was not even available in the early years of the 21st century. There are mobile phones that carry APPS besides phone conversations. Texting messages are now possible, so you do not even have to speak to someone in order to communicate with them.
These new data communication technologies are fun to learn about, but challenging because there are so many! Read Bright Hub articles, reviews, how-tos and tips to help you quickly learn what you want to know!
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