Computer Networks Sample Clauses

Computer Networks. Any funds used to maintain or establish a computer network shall block the viewing, downloading, and exchanging of pornography, except that this Section 29 shall not limit the use of funds necessary for any federal, state, tribal, or local law enforcement agency or any other entity carrying out criminal investigations, prosecution, or adjudication activities.
Computer Networks. No Federal funds granted pursuant to this Grant Contract may be used to maintain or establish a computer network. Any funds used to maintain or establish a computer network shall block the viewing, downloading, and exchanging of pornography.
Computer Networks. No Federal funds granted pursuant to this Grant Contract may be used to maintain or establish a computer network.
Computer Networks. The Host Committee shall provide or purchase, and provide for the installation of, wireless & wired local area networks (“LANs”) connecting users within the Convention Facilities and other locations by the DNCC and a wide area network connecting all such LANs with each other. The LANs must support open standard to enable multi-vendor connectivity and support all of the types of wireless-enabled devices to be provided hereunder; and have a minimum bandwidth of 100 MB/second. Subject to the provisions of Article 3 and Exhibit B hereof, the DNCC reserves the right to modify any of the specifications or requirements set forth in this Article 9 for any reason including to reflect advances in applicable technology between the date hereof and the time the systems and networks to be provided herein are installed.
Computer Networks. This is an advanced course in computer networking. The course is designed to include materials relevant to the industry, for example IP QoS and TE necessary for VOIP and MPLS services. The course deals with the principles, architectures, algorithms, and protocols related to Internet, with emphasis on routing, transport protocol design, flow control and congestion control, IP Quality of Service and Traffic Engineering. It also introduces IP security. Anti- requisite: COE865 or ELE865. 1 Credit
Computer Networks. Prentice Hall Pro- fessional Technical Reference, 5th edition. ISBN: 978-0-13-255317-9. TeleGeography (2014). Skype traffic continues to thrive. xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx. com/press/press-releases/2014/01/15/skype-traffic-continues-to- thrive/index.html. Accessed on 26. Feb 2014.
Computer Networks. Lessee shall, at its sole expense, procure, install and maintain all computer networks within the Premises.
Computer Networks. Early computers were self-contained machines. Data could be input into them (usually laboriously by punch card), and after the computer processed the data, output would be produced. But the data never left the physical environs of the single computer. To move data from one computer to another, one had to take the output of one computer and transport it physically to and then input it into the new computer. Even when input and output became somewhat more efficient— for example, by use of magnetic storage media such as “floppy disks” — the necessity for a physical transfer remained. Computer engineers recognized early on that great benefits would flow from the networking of computers. Networking has been around in specialized computing environments since the late 1960s, but it was not until the 1990s that the Internet afforded easy widespread access to large computer networks. As of June 1999, more than 171 million people around the world had Internet access and 37 percent of the U.S. population had Internet access at home or at work. Networking technology allows computers to communicate with each other. This communication capability enables dispersed computer users to exchange information— for example, by electronic mail (email). It also reduces the time and cost of transferring information regardless of the physical location of computers. Networked computing also allows computers— and people—to work together to achieve certain tasks that would take much longer to do alone. Networking computers requires some basic technologies. First, some form of hardware must connect the two computers, either physically or virtually. If the computers are physically close to one another, this can be accomplished by stringing a cable between them. If the computers are physically separated by great distances, networking requires that they be connected either via telephone lines or by some form of wireless communication. Long-distance connections require some form of hardware to convert digital computer data into a form that can be transferred over the telephone lines or “narrowcast” over the airwaves. One common type of hardware that enables telephone transmissions of digital data is a modem. Modems take digital computer data, convert it to analog (sound) form for transfer over telephone lines, and then reconvert it to digital form. Networking software (and sometimes hardware components as well) is required to enable computers to communicate with each other. When one compute...
Computer Networks. Xxxxxxx understands and agrees that it cannot use any federal funds to maintain or establish a computer network unless such network blocks the viewing, downloading, and exchanging of pornography.
Computer Networks. Any funds used to maintain or establish a computer network shall block the viewing, downloading, and exchanging of pornography, except that this Section 37 shall not limit the use of funds necessary for any federal, state, tribal, or local law enforcement agency or any other entity carrying out criminal investigations, prosecution, or adjudication activities. EXECUTED by Sponsor this day of , 2022, the "Date of Sponsor Execution.” APPROVED AS TO FORM THIS LANCASTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA day of , 2022. A Political Subdivision, Sponsor BY: for XXX XXXXXX Xxxxxxxxx County Attorney BY: Xxx Xxxxxx, Chair Lancaster County Board of Commissioners ATTACHMENT A PURPOSE Rabble Mill The purpose of this Grant Contract is to ensure the Grantee continues operating the All-Access Pass program. The All-Access Pass program provides 150 low-income and at-risk youth support and education to gain valuable life and professional skills to disrupt generational poverty and reduce juvenile crime. ATTACHMENT B SCOPE OF SERVICES Grantee: Rabble Mill The Grantee will provide the following services: • Maintain a budget of $25,000 • Provide youth ages 11-18 years of age low-income and at-risk youth with an All- Access Pass • Skateboarding, including Saturday skate school, and free board and helmet rentals. • The Collective digital arts lab, where they can learn and practice marketable skills ranging from graphic design and videography to eSports and digital storytelling. • All-ages venue, where they can attend and help produce musical concerts and attend music-industry trainings. • Help produce our for-youth-by-youth Rabble Magazine, to get their first taste of their name and work in a print publication. • Access to mentorship through from trained staff. After-school meals five days a week. • Collaborate with Title I schools within the Lincoln Public School system to distribute the All-Access Passes in collaboration with the school counselors • Notify Project Monitor of any changes to the program • Attend quarterly JDAI Collaborative meetings APPROVED BUDGET Attachment C Category Amount Personnel Program Associates (3) $ 25,000.00 Personnel Total $ 25,000.00 Consultants/Contracts Consultant/Contracts Total $ 0.00 Travel Travel Total $ 0.00 Operating Expenses Operating Expenses Total $ 0.00 TOTAL $ 25,000.00 Add Page