IETF - significado y definición. Qué es IETF
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Qué (quién) es IETF - definición


IETF         
Η IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force, Τακτική Δύναμη Μηχανικών Internet) αναπτύσσει και προωθεί πρότυπα (Standards) του Internet, συνεργαζόμενη στενά με τους οργανισμούς W3C και ISO/IEC. Ασχολείται ιδιαίτερα με πρότυπα του (TCP/IP).
Ejemplos de uso de IETF
1. The IETF, unable to agree on whether to proceed with the Microsoft proposal, was disbanded.
2. Auerbach, who has been involved with ICANN and the IETF, said more security raises the "specter of central authorities." Lynch believes the Internet will never truly be secure, though, because of the diversity of software and devices that run on it.
3. Today, a complicated bureaucracy of groups known by their abbreviations help govern the network÷ the IETF (the Internet Engineering Task Force, which comes up with the technical standards), ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which manages the naming system for Web sites) and the W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium, which develops technologies for the Web). But their power is limited and their legal standing murky.