TERENA Compendium of National Research and Education Networks 2011
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The Internet basically began as a technological innovation for which growing numbers of institutions and individuals found an ever-increasing variety of uses. Subsequent Internet developments were essentially driven by further technological innovations. Currently, the emphasis on technology is decreasing and greater importance is being attached to meeting user demands. This does not mean that the technology is no longer developing; it does mean that, more so than in the past, developments in services and technology have to go hand in hand. Furthermore, it is becoming increasingly important to disseminate information about these services and technologies. This edition of the Compendium offers the most extensive overview of NREN services yet, including security services, network collaboration tools, network computing resources and e-learning.