Internet Technologies eBook reviews the history, management, and structural protocols of the Internet. It also explains bandwidth issues and explores the practical uses of the Internet: sending electronic mail, receiving news and information, performing research, and conducting business. This course explains how to use the Internet more efficiently with various search tools that narrow the focus of retrieved information. Students will learn about the interaction between Web servers and Web clients by examining HTTP, Web-server hardware, operating systems, and applications. Participants will learn how to implement a Web-server solution for their organization and how to build a basic Web page -- all while learning about the importance of adding graphics, hyperlinks, tables, frames, and forms for greater sophistication and usability. This course concludes with a thorough discussion of state-of-the-art Internet features: high-end multimedia, animation, audio and video, and push and pull technologies.