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LEC : TUAN HJ.MOHD BADRI B. ABDUL SHUKOR CHAPTER 5 Network Applications,Web 2.0,Distance Learning And Telecommuting

GROUP'S MEMBERS:MAZLIANA (2010667456) NURUL ATIKAH (2010202052) FATHINI (2010278112) SITI SYAFIAH (2010872152) NORSYUHADA KAMARUDIN (2010856304)

Chapter Opening Case
Hannaford Bros. HQ communications??

communications?? comm??

Advertising meats Checking out

NETWORK APPLICATION
I)DICSCOVERY II)COMMUNICATION III)COLLABORATION

DISCOVERY
The

internet enables users to acces informations located in databases all over the world By browsing and searching data sources on the web,users can apply the internet's discovery capability to areas ranging from education to government services to entertainment to commerce. Navigating through the web and gaining access to necessary informations are becoming more dfficult.So,to accomplish these tasks,people increasingly are using search engines,directories,and portals.



Search engines and Metasearch engines. a) Search engine is a computer program that searchs for specific information by keyword and reports the results. b) It maintain an index billions of web pages.It use the index to find page that match a set of users-specificed keywords. c)The main search engines are Google,Yahoo,Microsoft network and Ask(www.ask.com)



Metasearch engine search several engine at once and intergrate the finding of the various engine to answer queries posted by users. a)e.g;surf-wax(www.surfwax.com), metacrawler(www.metacrawler.com), Mamma(www.mamma.com), Kartoo(www.kartooo.com), Dogpile(www.dogpile.com)

Four Largest Search Engines
Google Yahoo Microsoft Network Ask

Metasearch Engines (continued)
KartOO

Dogpile

Metasearch Engines
Surf-Wax Metacrawler Mamma

THE KARTOO HOME PAGE WWW.KARTOO.COM

Publication

of Material in Foreign

Languages. a)There a huge amount of information on the internet,it is written in many different languages. b)To access information,you must use an automatic translation Web pages.Somes major translation products are Altavista,Google and Trados. c)The companies should provide their web sites in multiple languages because of the global nature of the business environment.

Publication of Material in Foreign Languages
Translation products include:
y

Altavista Google Trados

y

y

Altavista Translator

Google Language Tools

a) Is a web base,personalized gateway to information and knowledge that provides relevant information from different IT systems and the internet using advance search and indexing technique. b) Types of portals:i)Commercial(public)portals.The examples are Lycos and Microsoft network. ii)Affinity portals offer a single point of an entire community of affiliated interest such as hobby group or a political party.The example most likely has an affinity portal for its alumni( UiTM student portal).

Portals

Commercial Portal (example)

The Home Page of Student portal

iii)Corporates portal-offer a personalized single point of access through a web browser to critical business information located insideoutside an organization.Whereas,corporate portal are associated with a single company. iv)Industrywide portals-serve entire industry.the examples such as TruckNet which is the portal for the trucking industry and the trucking community.The trucknet provided drivers with personalized Web-based email,access to application.

Corporate Portal (example)

Corporate Portal (example)

Industrywide Portal (example)

COMMUNICATION
Electronic Mail(e-mail) a)E-mail is the largerst volume application running over the internet.Almost 90% of the companies conduct business transaction via e-mail and merely 70% confirm that e-mail is tide to thier means of generating revenue. Web -Based call centers. b) also known as consumers centers.For example, if you need to contact a software vendor for technical support,you will usually be communicating with the vendor's web-based call centres using e-mail,a telephone conversation,or a simultinous voice/web session.Web-based call centre are sometimes located in foreign country such as India.


Electronic Mail

Call Centers

Call Center in the United States

Call Center in India



Electronic Chat Rooms

i)Electronic chat refer to participants exchange conversational messages in real time. ii)Chat room-virtual meeting lace where group of regular come to 'gab'. iii)Types of chat room;i)Web-based chat program ii)e-mail-based(text program) Voice communication i)Internet telephony also known as voice-over internet protocol or VoIP,that your analog voice signal are digitized,sectioned into packet and then send over the internet.VoIP reduce your monthly phone bill. *Skype-several free voice-over IP services. *Vonage-provides voice-over IP services but for fee.

Electronic Chat Room

Voice Communication
Two examples of Internet telephony (VoIP)

Skype

Vonage

Unified 



Communications(UC) Simplifies and intergrates all forms of communisations. UC unifies all forms of human and computer communication into a common user experience.

Skype 4.0 interface.Sources: Jochen Tack/ Alamy

COLLABORATION




Refer to efforts by two or more entities who work together accomplised certain tasks. Work group-refers to specefically to two or more individuals who act together to perform some task. Workflow-movement of the information through the sequence of steps that makes up an organization's work procedures. If group members are in different locations, they constitute a virtual group(team)that conduct virtual meeting.Whereas,virtual collaboration refers to the use of digital technologies that enables organizations or individuals to collaborate. There are variety of software products to support all types of collaboration which are:Microsoft Office Groove Google Docs Microsoft SharePoint IBM Lotus Quickr Jive Electronic Teleconferencing
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Telepresence System. Sources:PRNewsFoto/Polycom,Inc./NewsCom.

Leading Telepresence Systems
Cisco Telepresence 3000

5.2: WEB 2.0


Definition : A loose collection of information technologies and application and the web sites that use them;the web sites enrich the user experience by encouraging user participation, social interaction, and collaboration. Example :1.Wikis(sites harness collective intelligence) 2.Web service(deliver funtionality as service rather than packaged sofware. 3.Mashup(feature remixable applications and data.

Most Common Web 2.0 Memes

Web 2.0

Web 2.0

A look at some of the many Web 2.0 sites

WEB 2.0 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS
AJAX : A web development technique that allows portions of Web pages to reload with fresh data instead of requiring the entire Web page to reload. TAGGING : A key word or term,chosen by users,that describes a piece of information such as;a blog, a picture, an article, or a video clip).


BLOGS AND BLOGGING

Web 2.0 Information Technologies and Applications
AJAX Tagging Blogs and blogging

A list of most ³linked-to´ blogs

Example of Tagging

WIKIS

REALLY SIMPLE SYNDICATION(RRS)
RRS : Allows anyone to syndicate (publish) her blog, or any other content, to anyone who has an interest in subscribing. When changes to the content are made,subscribers receive a notification of the changes and an idea of what the new content contains. Subscribers can click on a link that will take them to the full text of the new content.


PODCASTS AND VIDEOCASTS
Podcast : A digital audio file that is distributed over the web using Really Simple Syndication(RSS) for playback on portable media players or personal computers Videocast : A digital video file that is distributed over the Web using Really Simple Syndication(RSS) for playback on portable media players or personal computers.


Web 2.0 Information Technologies and Applications
Wikis
Wikis used in business

Really Simple Syndication (RSS)
Podcasts and Videocasts

CATEGORIES OF WEB 2.0 SITES
Three major catogeries: 1. Social networking 2. Aggregators 3. Mashups

SOCIAL NETWORKING
Provide an essay, interactive way to communicate and colaborate with others on the Web. Can be a useful way to find like-minded people online,either to pursue an interest . Just to help establish a sense of community among people who may never meet in the real world.


EXAMPLE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING
Myspace and Facebook  Flickr : a photo-sharing web site, widely used by bloggers as a photo repository  You Tube  Last.fm : a personalized streaming Web-based radio station  LinkedIn : a business-oriented social networking site  Tagworld : sharing blogs, photos, and music, as well as for dating.  Twitter : instant messaging or mobile devices.


Social Networking Sites

AGGREGATORS
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Refers to a Web site or computer software that aggregates a specific types of information from mutiple online sources: Web site that provide collections of content from the Web. News aggregator Poll aggregator Review aggregator Video aggregator Search aggregator

EXAMPLE OF AGGREGATORS








Bloglines: collects blogs and news from all over the Web or updated format. Digg: a news aggregator that is part news site, part blog, and forum. Simply Hired: searches some millions listings on job and corporate web site. Technorati: information on all blogs in the blogosphere.

Aggregators

MASHUPS


Means to ´mix and matchµ content from other part of the Web. Web site that takes different content from a number of other web sites Mixes the Web to create a new kind of content.





Mashup (Skibonk)

Mashup (ChicagoCrime)

WEB SERVICES


Means self-contained business or consumer modular applications delivered over the Internet.

4 key standards or protocols: I. XML : Extensible Markup Language II. SOAP : Simple Object Access Protocol III. WSDL : Web Services Description Language IV. UDDI : Universal Description, Discovery and Integration.


SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
IT architecture that makes it possible to construct business applications using Web services.  The Web services can be reused across an organization in other applications.  Eg: A Web service that checks a consumer·s credit could be used with a service that processes a mortgage application.


5.3 E-LEARNING AND DISTANCE LEARNING

E-Learning and Distance Learning
E-Learning

Distance learning

THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS OF E-LEARNING

Virtual Universities (example)

5.4 TELECOMMUTING
KNOWLEDGE WORKERS ALSO CALLED THE DISTRIBUTED WORKFORCE OF HIGHLY PRIZED WORKERS IS ABLE TO WORK ANYWHERE AT ANY TIME BY USING A PROCESS.

Do you want to telecommute?

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