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NETWORK
APPLICATIONS

NETWORK APPLICATIONS
It support businesses and other types
of organizations in all types of functions
including those in the following major
categories:
Discovery
Communications
Collaboration
Web services

#DISCOVERY
It allows users to browse and search data sources, in all topic
areas, on the Web.
Search engine is a computer program that searches for specific
information by key words and reports the result.
Metasearch engines search several engines at once and
integrate the findings of the various search engines to
answer queries posted by users.
Directory is a hierarchically organized collection of links to Web
pages.

FOUR LARGEST SEARCH


ENGINES
Google
Yahoo
Microsoft Network
Ask

METASEARCH ENGINES

Surf-Wax
Metacrawler
Mamma

PUBLICATION OF MATERIAL IN FOREIGN


LANGUAGES
Translation products include:
Altavista
Google
Trados

ALTAVISTA TRANSLATOR

GOOGLE LANGUAGE TOOLS

PORTALS

Commercial (public) portals


Affinity portals
Mobile portals
Corporate portals
Industry wide portals

COMMERCIAL PORTAL (EXAMPLE)

AFFINITY PORTAL (EXAMPLE)

CORPORATE PORTAL (EXAMPLE)

A CORPORATE PORTAL FRAMEWORK

INDUSTRYWIDE PORTAL (EXAMPLE)

#COMMUNICATION
Electronic mail
Web-based call centers
Electronic chat room

ELECTRONIC
MAIL

Electronic mail (e-mail) is the largest-volume


application running on the Internet.

CALL CENTERS
Web-based call centers (customer call
center) are services that provide effective
personalize customer contact as an imporant
part of Web-based customer support.

Call Center in the United


States

Call Center in India

ELECTRONIC CHAT ROOM


is a virtual meeting place where groups of regulars
come to gab.

VOICE COMMUNICATION
Two examples of Internet telephony (VoIP)

Skype

Vonage

UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS

VOICE COMMUNICATION
Internet telephony (VoIP) voice-over IP
digitizes your analog voice signals, sections
them into packets, and sends them over the
Internet.
Weblog is a personal Web site, open to the
public, where the creator expresses feelings
or opinions.
Wiki is a Web site on which anyone can post
material and make changes quickly, without
using difficult commands.

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#COLLABORATION
Collaboration refers to efforts of two or more
entities (individuals, teams, groups or
organizations) who work together to
accomplish certain tasks.

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Work group refers specifically to two or


more individuals who act together to
perform some task.
Virtual group (team) is when group
members are in different locations.

COLLABORATION (CONTINUED)
Virtual collaboration is the use of digital
technologies that enable organizations or
individuals to collaboratively plan, design,
develop, manage and research products,
services and innovative applications.

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SOFTWARE PRODUCTS SUPPORTING


COLLABORATION

Microsoft
Microsoft GrooveSharepoint

IBM Lotus
Quickr

GROUPWARE
Groupware refers to software products that
support groups of people who share a
common task or goal and who collaborate to
accomplish it.
Teleconferencing is the use of electronic
communication that allows two or more
people at different locations to hold a
simultaneous conference.

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GROUPWARE (CONTINUED)
Videoconference is when participants in one
location can see participants at other
locations and share data, voice, pictures,
graphics and animation by electronic means.
Web conferencing is videoconferencing
conducted over the Internet.
Real-time collaboration tools support
synchronous communication of graphical
and text-based information i.e. computerbased whiteboards.

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LEADING TELEPRESENCE SYSTEMS


Cisco Telepresence 3000

LEADING TELEPRESENCE
SYSTEMS (CONTINUED)
Hewlett-Packard Halo System

LEADING TELEPRESENCE
SYSTEMS (CONTINUED)
Polycom HDX 9000

THE LATEST IN TELEPRESENCE

WEB SERVICES
Web services are applications, delivered
over the Internet, that users can select
and combine through almost any device
(from personal computer to mobile
phones).
It is able to expose and describe itself to other
applications, tell what services it does.
It can be located by other applications via an online
directory.
It can be invoked by the originating application by
using standard protocols.

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WEB 2.0

A LOOSE COLLECTION OF INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS AND THE
WEBSITES THAT USE THEM; THE WEBSITES ENRICH
THE USER EXPERIENCE BY ENCOURAGING USER
PARTICIPATION, SOCIAL INTERACTION, AND
COLLABORATION.

Videocast
Podcast
RSS
Wiki
Blogs
Tagging
AJAX

CATEGORIES OF WEB 2.0

DISTANCE
LEARNING

DRAWBACKS

TELECOMMUTING

TELECOMMUTING
Work from home, communicating with the workplace
using equipment such as telephones, fax machines,
and others.
Eg: Writer, editor, analyst, word processor,
programmer.

ADVANTAGES
Reduced stress
Improved family life
Offers job(single parents)
Increased productivity(employer)
Retained skill(employer)

DISADVANTAGES
Feeling of isolation
Possible loss of fringe benefits
Lower pay
No workplace visibility

DISADVANTAGES
The potential for slower promotions
Lack of socialization
Difficulties in supervising work
Potential data security problems.
Training costs

Computer Software
Functions;
Remote control
Desktop sharing
Online meeting
Web conferencing
File transfer between computer.

CONCLUSION
As a conclusion, it is important for
us to know what is network
applications, web 2.0, e-learning,
distance learning and
telecommuting. This is because all
of this is part of communication.