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Visual Voice Mail

users can view message details such as the length of calls and, in some cases, read message contents instead of listening to them

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Web Services

describe standardized software that enables programmers to create applications that communicate with other remote computers over the Internet or on an internal business network.

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Businesses

They are the primary users of web services

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Web Services

It often provide content for mashups.

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Mashup

A Web application that combines services from two or more sources, creating a new application

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Wireless Messaging Services, Wireless Internet Access Points, Cybercafes, Global Positioning Systems, Collaboration, Groupware, Voice Mail, Web Services

What are the variety of other uses of communication?

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Wireless Messaging Services

Users can send and receive wireless messages

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Text messaging, Picture/Video messaging, Wireless Instant Messaging

What are the three techniques of wireless messaging services?

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SMS (short message service)

A mobile device with text messaging is called?

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Mobile to Mobile

Sending a message from your mobile device to another mobile device

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Mobile to E-Mail

Send a message from your mobile device to an e-mail address anywhere in the world

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Web to Mobile

Send a message from a text messaging Web site to a mobile device, or request that a Web site alert a mobile device with breaking news and other updates, such as sports scores, stock prices, and weather forecasts

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Mobile to Provider

Send a message by entering a four-or five-digit number assigned to a specific content or wireless service provider, followed by the message, such as vote for a television program contestant like Pinoy Big Brother

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Picture/Video Messaging

With picture messaging, users can send pictures and sound files, as well as short text messages, to a phone or other mobile device, or a computer

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Wireless Instant Messaging

a real-time Internet communications service that allows wireless mobile devices to exchange messages with one or more mobile devices or online users

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Mobile to Mobile, Mobile to Personal Computer, Web to Mobile

What are the Instant messaging options?

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Wireless Internet Access Points

allow people to connect wirelessly to the Internet from home, work, school, and in many public locations

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Hot Spot, Mobile Wireless Network

There are two types of wireless internet access points what are these?

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Hot Spot

A wireless network that provides internet connections to mobile computers and devices

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Wi-Fi, WiMAX, Bluetooth

There are three hot spot technologies. Enumerate them

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Wi-Fi Hot spot

Provides wireless network connections to users in public locations such as airports and airplanes, train stations, hotels, convention centers, schools, campgrounds, shopping malls

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WiMAX Hot Spot

It can be much wider than Wi-Fi. They can cover an entire city.

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Bluetooth Hot Spot

It provides location-based services, such as sending coupons or menus, to users whose enables devices enter the coverage range

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Mobile Wireless Network

It usually includes most major cities and airports. Its access has subscription fees.

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Cybercafes

It is also known as Internet Cafe

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Cybercafes

Provides personal computers with internet access to its customers for a per-hour or per-minute fee

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Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

It is a navigation system that consists of one or more earth-based receivers that accept and analyze signals sent by satellites in order to determine the receiver's geographic location

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GPS Receiver

a handheld, mountable, or embedded device that contains an antenna, a radio receiver, and a processor

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Collaboration software

groupware that promotes and facilitates collaborative, highly interdependent interactions and provides an electronic meeting site for communication among team members

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Collaborative Software

Enables users to share documents via online meetings and communicate with other connected users

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Document Management System

It provides for storage and management of a company's documents

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Document Management System

It can track all changes made to a document and can store additional information

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Google Docs

What is an example of web-based document management system?

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Groupware

software that helps groups of people work together on projects and share information over a network

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Groupware

It is a component of a broad concept called workgroup computing

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Workgroup Computing

It includes network hardware and software that enables group members to communicate, manage projects, schedule meetings, and make group decisions

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Voice Mail

Allows someone to leave a voice message for one or more people

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Voice Mailbox

A storage location on a hard disk in the voice mail system

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Network Architecture

The design of computers, devices, and media in a network. And is also categorized as either client/server or peer-to-peer

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Client/Server Network

One or more computers act as a server

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Server

Controls access to the hardware, software, an other resources on the network, and provides centralized storage area for programs, data, and information

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Clients

Other computers and mobile devices on the network that rely on the server for its resources

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Dedicated Servers

Perform a specific task and can be placed with same other kind of server to perform multiple tasks

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File server, Print server, Database server, Network server, Web server

What are the examples of dedicated servers?

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Peer-to-Peer Network

It is a simple, inexpensive network that typically connects fewer than 10 computers

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Peer-to-Peer Network

This type of network is ideal for every small businesses and home users

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Internet Peer-to-Peer

also called as P2P

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Internet Peer-to-Peer

It describes an internet network on which users access each other's hard disks and exchange files directly

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File Sharing Network

Peer-to-peer network is sometimes

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Network Topology

It refers to the layout of the computers and devices in a communications network

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Star Network

All of the computers and devices (nodes) on the network connect to a central device

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hub, switch

What are the two type of devices that provide a common central connection point for nodes on the network

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Bus Network

It consists of a single central cable, to which all computers and other devices connect

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Bus

The physical cable that connects the computers and other devices. It transmits data, instructions, and information in both directions

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True

Devices in a bus network share a single data path

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Ring Network

Cable forms a closed loop with all computers and devices arranged along the ring

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Ring Network

Data transmitted through this travels from device to device around the entire ring, in one direction

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Communications Channel

It is the transmission media on which data, instructions, or information travel in a communications system

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Bandwidth

The amount of data, instructions, and information that can travel over a communications channel

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text transmission

Lower bandwidth =

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Higher Bandwidth

For music, graphics, photos, virtual reality images, 3D games what kind of bandwidth is applied?

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Physical Transmission Media, Wireless Transmission Media

What are the types of transmission media?

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Physical Transmission Media

It uses wire, cable, and other tangible materials to send communications signals

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Wireless Transmission Media

It sends communications signals through the air or space using radio, microwave, and infrared signals

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Twisted-pair cable, Coaxial cable, Fiber-Optic cable

In the physical transmission media what are used in communications?

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Twisted-pair cable, Coaxial cable, Fiber-Optic cable

These cables are used within or underground between buildings

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Twisted-Pair Cable

It consists of one or more twisted pair wires bundled together

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Twisted-Pair Cable

Each twisted-pair wire consists of two separate insulated copper wires that are twisted together and is usually color coded for identification

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Twisted-Pair Cable

Wires are twisted together to reduce noise

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Coaxial Cable

It consists of a single copper wire surrounded by at least three layers

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Insulating material, woven or braided metal, plastic outer coating

The coaxial wire is surrounded by three layers what are these?

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Fiber-Optic Cable

The core of this cable is consists of dozens or hundreds of thin strands of glass or plastic that use light to transmit signals

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Optical Fiber

Each start in the fiber-optic cable is called?

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Optical Fiber

Its capability of carrying significantly more signals than wire cables. It is faster data transmission, less susceptible to noise, and provides better security for signals during transmission

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Wireless Transmission Media

It is more convenient than installing cables

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Infrared, Broadcast Radio, Cellular Radio, Microwaves, Communications Satellites

What are the types of wireless transmission media?

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Infrared

It sends signals using infrared light waves

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Infrared

it is used with computers and devices like a cordless keyboard, cordless mouse, and infrared touch screen

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Infrared

Requires a line of sight transmission

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Line-of-Sight Transmission

The sending device and the receiving device must be in line with each other so that nothing obstructs the path of the infrared light wave

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Broadcast Radio

Distributes signals through the air over long distances.

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Broadcast Radio

The Bluetooth devices use short range radio waves to transmit data

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Cellular Radio

a form of broadcast radio that is used widely for mobile communications

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Cellphone

It uses high-frequency radio waves to transmit voice and digital data messages

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Microwaves

Are radio waves that provide a high-speed signal transmission

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Microwaves

Often sit on the tops of buildings and is used in wide-open area

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Communication Satellite

a space station that receives microwave signals from an earth-based station, amplifies it, and broadcasts the signal over a wide area

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Internet/Net

It is a worldwide collection of networks that links millions of businesses, government agencies, educational institutions and individuals

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Internet/Net

It is a widely used research tool, providing society with access to global information and instant communications

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Internet/Net

It is a networking project started by an agency of the U.S Department of Defense

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allowed scientists share information, could function even if parts were disabled or destroyed

What are the two goals of networking project.

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Advanced Research Projects Agency

ARPANET

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ARPANET

It became function in 1969 September, linking scientific and academic researchers across the United States

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University of California of Los Angeles, University of California at Santa Barbara, Stanford Research Institute, University of Utah

ARPANET consists of four main computers which are located at?

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Host/Server

Any computer that provides services and connections to other computers on a network

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Internet Services

Allow us users to access the Web for activities such as conducting research, taking online classes, posting or updating our social media accounts

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True

The internet consists of many local, regional, national, and international networks

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World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

It oversees research and sets standards and guidelines for many areas of the internet

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World Wide Web (WWW)

A widely used service on the Internet, it consists of a worldwide collection of electronic documents

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Web Page

Electronic document on the web and have built-in connections to other documents

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