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Internet applications

This glossary contains definitions related to Internet applications, including definitions about Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery models and words and phrases about web sites, e-commerce and cloud computing.

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  • virtual call center - A virtual call center is a call center in which the organization's representatives are geographically dispersed, rather than being situated at work stations in a building operated by the organization.
  • virtual classroom - A virtual classroom is an online learning environment.
  • virtual ISP (virtual Internet service provider, VISP or vISP) - A virtual ISP (virtual Internet service provider, sometimes abbreviated as VISP or vISP) is a company that offers Internet services under its own company or brand name, while actually using the equipment and facilities of another ISP to provide those services.
  • virtual microscopy - Virtual microscopy is a method of posting microscope images on, and transmitting them over, computer networks.
  • virtual network adapter - A virtual network adapter is a program (instead of a physical network adapter) that allows a computer to connect to a network.
  • Virtual Storage Portal (VSP) - Another meaning for VSP is vertical solutions provider.
  • virtual trade shows - A virtual trade show is an online version of an event at which goods and services for a specific industry are exhibited and demonstrated.
  • VKontakte (VK) - VKontakte (VK) is Europe's largest social networking website, with more than 100 million users.
  • vlog (video blog) - A vlog (or video blog) is a blog that contains video content.
  • voice portal (vortal) - A voice portal (sometimes called a vortal) is a Web portal that can be accessed entirely by voice.
  • voice search - Voice search is a speech recognition technology that allows users to search by saying terms aloud rather than typing them into a search field.
  • voice user interface (VUI) - Voice user interface (VUI) is speech recognition technology that allows people to interact with a computer, smartphone or other device through voice commands.
  • voice-enabled e-mail (voice-activated e-mail) - Voice-enabled e-mail (sometimes referred to as voice-activated e-mail) uses voice recognition and speech synthesis technologies to enable users to access their e-mail from any telephone.
  • Vonage - Vonage is a communication platform as a service (CPaaS) provider for consumers and businesses that makes it possible for customers to connect and communicate on any device through cloud-hosted voice, video, chat and short message service (SMS).
  • Wayback Machine - The Wayback Machine is a Web site that enables anyone to see what a particular Web site looked like at some time in the past - from 1996 to the present.
  • Web 2.0 - Web 2.0 are websites and applications that make use of user-generated content for end-users.
  • Web 3.0 - Web 3.0 is the third generation of internet services for websites and applications that will focus on using a machine-based understanding of data to provide a data-driven and semantic web.
  • Web analytics - Web analytics is the process of analyzing the behavior of visitors to a Web site.
  • web application development - Web app development is the creation of application programs that reside on remote servers and are delivered to the user’s device over the Internet.
  • Web bug (Web beacon) - A Web bug, also known as a Web beacon, is a file object (usually a graphic image such as a transparent GIF) that is placed on a Web page or in an e-mail message to monitor user behavior.
  • Web filter - A Web filter is a program that can screen an incoming Web page to determine whether some or all of it should not be displayed to the user.
  • Web mining - In customer relationship management (CRM), Web mining is the integration of information gathered by traditional data mining methodologies and techniques with information gathered over the World Wide Web.
  • Web ring (Webring) - A Web ring (or Webring) is a way of interlinking related Web sites so that you can visit each site one after the other, eventually (if you keep going) returning to the first Web site.
  • Web self-service - Web self-service is a type of electronic support (e-support) that allows customers and employees to access information and perform routine tasks over the Internet, without requiring any interaction with a representative of an enterprise.
  • Web services - Web services are a type of internet software that use standardized messaging protocols and are made available from an application service provider’s web server for use by a client or other web-based programs.
  • Web texting - Web texting is two-way text messaging from the Web to a handheld mobile device, usually a cellular phone.
  • Web-based training (e-learning) - Web-based training (sometimes called e-learning) is anywhere, any-time instruction delivered over the Internet or a corporate?intranet to browser-equipped learners.
  • WebLogic - BEA Systems' WebLogic is a server software application that runs on a middle tier, between back-end databases and related applications and browser-based thin clients.
  • WebTV - WebTV, now owned by Microsoft, was one of the first entries in the much publicized convergence of the World Wide Web with television.
  • Weebly - Weebly is a freemium website creation and Web-hosting service.
  • Weebly for Education - Weebly for Education is a free website hosting provider for academics.
  • whack-a-mole - Whack-a-mole is the pursuit of a particular person known to have sent spam.
  • whiteboard - A whiteboard is a non-electronic variation of the traditional "rewriteable" schoolroom blackboard, but is white instead of black and of a material that can be written on with colored markers (known as dry erase markers).
  • whitelist - A whitelist is a list of e-mail addresses or domain names from which an e-mail blocking program will allow messages to be received.
  • wiki - A wiki (sometimes spelled "Wiki") is a server program that allows users to collaborate in forming the content of a Web site.
  • Wikipedia - Wikipedia is a free, open content online encyclopedia created through the collaborative effort of a community of users known as Wikipedians.
  • WikiScanner - WikiScanner is a free, Web-based database application that tracks the source IP addresses of computers used to edit anonymous Wikipedia entries.
  • Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) - Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS) is a portal-based platform for creating, managing and sharing documents and customized Web services.
  • wireless router - A wireless router is a device in a WLAN (wireless local area network) that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded toward its destination.
  • wiretap Trojan - A wiretap Trojan is a program that surreptitiously records VoIP calls.
  • workaround - A workaround is a method, sometimes used temporarily, for achieving a task or goal when the usual or planned method isn't working.
  • workplace (user interface) - In a computer user interface, a workplace is a personalized view of a company and its processes that builds on the popular desktop metaphor.
  • WS-AtomicTransaction (WS-AT) - WS-AtomicTransaction, also called Web Services Atomic Transaction or WS-AT, is a specification that defines how single transactions are carried out based on WS-Coordination and WS-Transaction, companion specifications for information exchange in business processes.
  • XACML (Extensible Access Control Markup Language) - XACML (Extensible Access Control Markup Language) is an open standard XML-based language designed to express security policies and access rights to information for Web services, digital rights management (DRM), and enterprise security applications.
  • XING - XING is a European social networking website for business professionals.
  • XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) - XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) is a protocol based on Extensible Markup Language (XML) and intended for instant messaging (IM) and online presence detection.
  • XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) - XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language), formerly called Extensible Style Language, is a language for creating a style sheet that describes how data sent over the Web using the Extensible Markup Language (XML) is to be presented to the user.
  • xSP - xSP is a generic term for any kind of service provider on the Internet.
  • Yahoo - Yahoo! is an Internet portal that incorporates a search engine and a directory of World Wide Web sites organized in a hierarchy of topic categories.
  • Zope (Z Object Publishing Environment) - Zope (Z Object Publishing Environment)is a Web site builder and server that uses the idea that it is serving (or "publishing") objects rather than merely providing content that will be added to a Web page.

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