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Identify the host name, domain name, and top level domain:


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In the web address www.study.com - www is the host name, study is the domain name and com is the top level domain.
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Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
An international community whose goal is to make the internet work better through changes in Internet architecture and operation.
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De facto standards
These standards have gained wide acceptance and hold a dominant position among users in the marketplace without an official standing. An example would be Microsoft Office products.
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Application layer - OSI model
Layer of the OSI model that displays web information to users. It's software that users interact with, such as Firefox or Chrome.
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Extranet based site-to-site VPN
VPN type that gives people outside of a company access to the company's private network. This VPN can be used by people who have a close relationship with the company such as a contractor.
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Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Layer of the TCP/IP model that's an internet access provider in charge of routing and providing customers access to the Internet.
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Social Capital
Determined by the amount and strength of relationships built with customers through social media platforms adding value to a business. Examples are Facebook, Twitter, email, and newsgroups.
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JavaScript
A programming language used by web designers to enhance the appearance of a website. Used with HTML, it turns static content into dynamic, interactive content which improves the visitor experience.
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Cascading style sheets (CSS)
A style language that is used by web designers to make a website visually appealing. It is used to design websites and can also be used with HTML code.
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Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
Internet protocol that provides the rules for how requests and file transmissions occur between servers and individual web browsers.
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TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
This communication protocol is a key player in internet function. It's important because it makes rules for sending and receiving information and data over the internet.
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Telepresence
Type of communication technology that acts as a virtual reality where people can electronically share audio, graphics, images, and data.
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We'll examine the different elements that make up what you know as the internet, such as internet service providers, TCP/IP protocol, and the domain system system. Also, we'll examine several aspects of the world wide web, including the uniform resource locator, HTML and HTTP. We'll also look at different web design languages, such as CSS and Java Script, and we can't forget to examine other networking options, such as intranet, extranet and virtual private network. Finally, we'll examine the different aspects of e-commerce and m-commerce.

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Telepresence
Type of communication technology that acts as a virtual reality where people can electronically share audio, graphics, images, and data.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
This communication protocol is a key player in internet function. It's important because it makes rules for sending and receiving information and data over the internet.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
Internet protocol that provides the rules for how requests and file transmissions occur between servers and individual web browsers.
Cascading style sheets (CSS)
A style language that is used by web designers to make a website visually appealing. It is used to design websites and can also be used with HTML code.
JavaScript
A programming language used by web designers to enhance the appearance of a website. Used with HTML, it turns static content into dynamic, interactive content which improves the visitor experience.
Social Capital
Determined by the amount and strength of relationships built with customers through social media platforms adding value to a business. Examples are Facebook, Twitter, email, and newsgroups.
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Layer of the TCP/IP model that's an internet access provider in charge of routing and providing customers access to the Internet.
Extranet based site-to-site VPN
VPN type that gives people outside of a company access to the company's private network. This VPN can be used by people who have a close relationship with the company such as a contractor.
Application layer - OSI model
Layer of the OSI model that displays web information to users. It's software that users interact with, such as Firefox or Chrome.
De facto standards
These standards have gained wide acceptance and hold a dominant position among users in the marketplace without an official standing. An example would be Microsoft Office products.
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
An international community whose goal is to make the internet work better through changes in Internet architecture and operation.

Identify the host name, domain name, and top level domain:


www.study.com


In the web address www.study.com - www is the host name, study is the domain name and com is the top level domain.
Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
Also known as the web address, this a protocol that specifies addresses on the Internet.
B2C
Type of e-commerce that is the selling of products between businesses and customer through an internet storefront.
B2B
This type of e-commerce is selling of products between business. For example, Apple selling phones to a retailers like AT&T.
C2C
Type of e-commerce that is Consumer to Consumer transactions on the Internet often through online auction sites such as eBay
Mobile Commerce or m-commerce
A type of e-commerce referring to buying and selling goods and services over wireless communications. This can be done on devices such as smart phones or tablets
Data link layer - OSI model
Second layer of the OSI model that transfers data from one network to another.
The Network Layer - OSI Model
The third layer of the OSI model that routes and addresses data for delivery.
e-commerce
Buying and selling goods, products, or services over the internet. An example would be buying cleaning products from Amazon.
Intranet
A private, internal network that provides information and data related to an organization. You can also access personal employee information and communicate with other employees.
Session layer - OSI model
Layer of the OSI model that manages and makes rules about connections and communications between two parties over a network.
Transport layer - OSI model
Layer of the OSI model that deals with host-to-host data transmission between networks and ensures that data transfer is error-free. Also known as the 'end-to-end layer.'
Blog
A type of Web 2.0 technology that is like a diary and allows for chronological postings of personal thoughts on the Internet.

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