How Much Do You Actually Know About The Internet?

It's been 30 years since the beginnings of public Internet and the Interop conference. Test your know-how of the intervening tech milestones.

Susan Fogarty

April 4, 2016

15 Slides

Thirty years ago, Interop began as a simple gathering to test networking protocols. Shortly thereafter, companies started registering for their own Internet domains, and the World Wide Web spread like wildfire.

Corporate and consumer usage has blossomed, and today most of us can't imagine living with the wealth of information the Internet provides at our fingertips – some of it indispensable, some of it utterly silly. Interop has evolved in stop, becoming a global technology conference on cloud computing, data centers, mobility, IoT and the IT leadership challenges of doing business in the digital age. 

How much do you know about Internet firsts and moments in history? Test yourself with our quiz.

Take part in more anniversary festivities and learn what the future holds at Interop Las Vegas, coming up very soon! Check out the Future of Networking, a two-day summit presented by Packet Pushers, and register now for Interop, May 2-6 in Las Vegas. Don’t miss out!

About the Author(s)

Susan Fogarty

Director of ContentSusan Fogarty is the Director of Content for Interop and UBM’s media properties InformationWeek and Network Computing. She’s an industry veteran who knows the IT audience very well, having served in content development for the event for four years and media for IT professionals for more than 20 years. Prior to joining UBM in 2012, she held an Editor position with Dell and worked at TechTarget, where she served as an Editorial Director, for 11 years.

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