BUS 101 CHP 8
Terms in this set (20)
Creation of web sites and commercialization of the web. Users had Minimal interaction, passively receives information
Loose collection of information technologies and applications. Allows user participation, social interactions and collaboration
Web technique in which portions of web pages reload with fresh data rather then the whole page. This process speeds up response time and increase user satisfaction
allows users to classify information in multiple, overlapping associations such as a blog, pictures and articles
Real simple Syndication (RSS)
allows subscribed users to receive the information they want , when they want it, without having to surf thousands of Web sites
personal Web site, open to the public in which the site creator express his or her feelings or opinions
marketing purposes, input for their products, and answer false rumors
What do companies use blogosphere's for? (3)
a site in which anyone can post material and make changes to already posted material
project management, collaboration with customers and suppliers, and knowledge management
What do companies use wikis for? (3)
the distribution of digital media, primarily audio files and video files, via syndication feeds for playback
Web 2.0 media
Any web site that provides user-generated media content and promotes tagging, rating, commenting, and other interactions among users. Ex: YouTube, Hulu, Spotify, Pandora, and etc.
Customized printing in small batches. Able to print from cell phone to printer, no computer needed
taking a job performed by an employee and outsourcing it to an large number group of people to complete the project more quickly
• Social networking Web sites
allow users to upload their content to the Web in the form of text, voice , images, and videos
• Social networking
refers to the practice of communicating and collaborating with other people on the Web
they learn about products from the customers' perspectives, they receive timely updates on the activities of people, they maintain contacts for future business opportunities
How do companies benefit from social networking sites?
: web Sites that provide collection of content from the Web. EX: Digg.com
A web site that takes different content from a number of other Web sites and mixes them together to create a new kind of content
They combine existing information (such as maps) with their own data (houses for sales, available apartments, weather, news, etc.)
How do businesses utilize mashup?
collecting updates from various sources such as blogs, news sites, and forums
What is the Greatest value to Web 2.0 users?