Did you know that today, May 17, is Internet Day ? It is an event proposed by the Association of Internet Users in Spain, which after the Summit of the Information Society held in Tunis in 2005 proposes to the UN to designate May 17 as Internet Day. The purpose of this day is to promote access to ICT for unconnected or disabled people.
Every day it becomes more important to reduce the digital divide. Between teleworking and online studies in times of pandemic, being connected is an essential requirement to be able to participate in society.
Obviously, this digitization of the world is something relatively new, since until well into
To honor this day, Iceland Email Address we are going to tell in this post how the Internet was born, how it developed over the last decades and what are the current proposals to have optimal connectivity.
A brief overview of the history of the Internet
This body in turn investigated in the field of new technologies. One of the pioneers, coming from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the first to document ,
In 1962, the scientist Paul Baran designed a communications system that connected computers to a decentralized network . And in 1969 it was possible to connect computers from four different universities to the same network under the name ARPANET .
which was the decisive step to what we know today as the Internet.
At the end in 1989 Tim Berners Lee invented the World Wide Web thanks to a hypertext transfer protocol. The history of the Internet is constantly evolving. Therefore, today it is essential to have optimized connectivity and exhaustive control over your WiFi network.
World Information Society Day: the history of the Connectivity 3.0: Smart WiFi
If you want to manage your connectivity from your mobile outside and inside the home,. It allows you to see all the devices connected to your network, as well as block them or pause
In addition, you can change the name and password of the WiFi network ,
The Smart WiFi Living App
Enter the ” Apps ” section on the left side of the Movistar + main menu.
From the Smart WiFi Living App you will be able to see which devices have access to your WiFi network , optimize it or check the password of your router .
If, in addition, you have the Movistar Home device at home , you can control your Smart WiFi with your voice, mobile lead as it has Aura, Movistar’s virtual assistant , integrated. By simply saying ” OK Aura, see the WiFi password ” you can see the key of your WiFi network.