- On the Internet they are accomplished by using: gif, jpeg, or Flash
animation programs or by using Dynamic HTML
and Video - A number of formats are supported although
they can slow a site down considerably.
Site - Used to communicate a businesses products, services and capabilities.
Business Web Sites - Web's that serve the purpose of
communicating between business.
Areas - Hosting a common office file such as a word processing
document on the Internet so a number of people located anywhere in the world can
contribute to the document.
Web Site - Any business web.
Management - Larger sites need management services to implement
and control their sites content.
Intranet - The Internet can be used to communicate privately
within a company or organization. Can contain collaborative areas.
Solutions - Databases are used to create sites that change
dynamically to the responses of the visitors.
Name Registration - The legal registration of a .com,
.net, or .org Domain Name with Network
- A site that can process a purchase transaction.
Secure - A site that can process a purchase transaction using encryption.
Extension - Leveraging your core business applications.
Reporting and Investor Sites - Secure sites that are used to
communicate financial data in a very timely fashion.
- The electronic equivalent of their paper predecessors. Results can be sent to
a file, database or e-mail.
Publish - Methods of transfering the files necessary for
a web sites function to the host.
Branding - Brochure-ware sites taken to a much higher level. Used
to develop and build the product's marketing position.
Web Sites - A site that responds to the visitors input. As simple
as a form or as complex as a multi-user gaming site.
Extranet - Using the Internet to communicate with retail
partners, sales reps and distributors. Can contain artwork or ad's on demand etc.
Catalog - Searchable database usually with photographs.
Engine Submissions - The
process of telling search engines about a web
- A site who's access is controlled through the use of passwords and user names
or hidden files.