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Internet
a network of computers that gives access to information, images and videos
Network
computers which have been connected via cable or Wi-Fi for the purpose of sharing resources.
DNS
translates domain names into IP addresses
IPv4 address
numbers with 4 dots in between numbers.
Red Cross
company that uses .org
data size
A measurement of the size of the data which is measured by bits.
streaming
Process of transferring data in a continuous and even flow.
bandwidth
The amount of data that can be transmitted over a network in a given amount of time.
router
A type of computer that forwards data across a network
search engine
browser add on that uses keywords to find data from all over then internet and displays it.
bit
the smallest unit of data in a computer
AAC
Authority, Accuracy, Currency
CSS
Cascading Style Sheets
cookies
small computer programs left behind on your computer when you visit a website that remembers your preferences.
Intellectual Property (IP)
an idea, process, or physical creation that comes from the work of the mind.
Copyright
ensures that a products owner has the sole license to distribute, record, publish or copy the work.
fair use
when a copyright item is used for criticism, news, reporting, teaching and research.
software licenses
define how you can use an application and what rights the software company has.
cyberbullying
the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.
cc
when people need to see it but do not need to respond.
bcc
he main recipient and Bcc'd recipients can not see the addresses in the "Bcc:" field.
plagerism
the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.
social network
a web based service on which you communicate with others by posting images, messages,etc,
Phone calls
used when information is time-sensitive.
overlay
option in Outlook calendars allows you to view calendars on top of each other.
archive folder
a place where older emails are saved for later use.
junk mail, spam
Unsolicited email messages, usually advertising or selling an item or service.
screen time
amount of time using electronic devices.
Text messages in business are for:
short messages with low importance
Intranet
an internal network used on a small scale.
Byte
a group of 8 bits
Gigabyte (GB)
1024 megabytes or 1 million bytes
Megabyte (MB)
1 million bytes or 1024 kilobytes
Kilobyte (KB)
1024 bytes
Terabyte (TB)
a unit of storage measuring roughly one trillion bytes
subject line
should always have in an email.
breadcrumbs
A trail on a browser which indicates which sites were visited.
VoIP
Voice over Internet protocol - a phone connection through a personal computer with any type of broadband Internet connection.
professional identity
an individuals brand.
in browser app
gmail
SMS messages
Text messages of 160 words or less
Remote Conferencing
allows many people to join a common discussion regardless of their physical locations
school property
anything stored on a computer in an educational facility.
telephone network
digital, mobile and standard telephones can all transfer voice data through...
home page
Main page of a web site; usually the first page.
TCP/IP
The standard protocol of the internet.
phrase searching
Searching for words that appear next to each other.
WAN
communication links across metropolitan(cities), regions or national boundaries.
Hypertext links
A way to embed a URL into an object (such as text or an image) so that when the object is clicked, the browser retrieves the file specified.
delete data from computer or cell phone
what you should do before donating or selling a computer.