Introduction Web) did not provided before, web mail, blogs

Introduction

In this report, I will explaining the role of the web
architecture of the way websites move information for communication. I will be
specifically talking about web 2.0 and what web 2.0 is providing that web 1.0
(or World Wide Web) did not provided before, web mail, blogs and web
application as well as give example of the websites.

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Web 2.0 

Web 2.0 is given for the second generation of of the web.
The Web 2.0 focuses more on interactivity, user content and information
sharing. It is not a new version of the Internet, but rather a new way of how
it is being used. The first version of Word Wide Web, was entirely made up of
web pages which were connected by hyperlinks and not providing any content
interactivity. Therefore, with Web 2.0, user’s are able to add their knowledge
and opinions, contribute, share and challenge. One of the results of Web 2.0 is
a possibility of cloud computing. So the user’s do not need to store the data
on the user’s computer or on the server but ‘in cloud’, where shared resources  are put together in a one massive mass of
on-demand technology. This adds a massive shift on the concept of  networking. The advantages include being able
to access the programs and files from any device which can connect to the
internet, and not having to worry whether they will be running out out of
storage or not as all of the files are stored on the cloud. However, the
disadvantages include a lack of trust that the cloud is reliable and that
programs and data could be lost. Also, there might be some concerns about the
security of data, especially financial personal or business data.

 

Web mail

Web 2.0 for web mails runs a massive role in the process,
driving the site visits and page views for the business. It has increased the
e-mail traffic that it needs to be delivered, tracked and managed, while still
delivering the customer’s expectations about personalisation, speed of response
and appropriateness of the content. Therefore, Web 2.0 has made a massive
impact business using to promote themselves and communicate with their
customer’s with personalised newsletters or instant notification of new
activity that keeps the users engaged, informed and active.

 

Blogs and web applications

With Web 2.0 we are able to interact with:

?    
Wikis

?    
A place where users can contribute to information, an
encyclopedia website where anyone can help to any article or even create a new
one.

?    
Blogs

?    
An online journals; anyone can become a blogger and
create their own blogs which is usually public; tools are provided for the
readers to comment and contribute

?    
Social
networking

?    
Sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter etc,
medias that allows the user’s to communicate by signing in and creating a
profile. Then they are giving tools with which they can correspond and are
encouraged to make friends. There are also applications such as Flickr, where
users are allowed to share their photographs

?    
Online
applications

?    
Instead of purchasing and downloading the application
on the computer, online applications allows the users to use the programs on
the internet. This means that those programs are accessible anywhere and are
often free or have a small subscription fee. Google Drive is a good example
because they offer free online applications and they are accessible to any
device as long as there is internet.

 

 

Conclusion

In conclusion, I have explained how Web 2.0 made the
websites more interactive rather than being just to view it and nothing else. I
have explained how users are able to interact and communicate with other people
with social networks. 

Introduction

In this report, I will explaining the role of the web
architecture of the way websites move information for communication. I will be
specifically talking about web 2.0 and what web 2.0 is providing that web 1.0
(or World Wide Web) did not provided before, web mail, blogs and web
application as well as give example of the websites.

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Web 2.0 

Web 2.0 is given for the second generation of of the web.
The Web 2.0 focuses more on interactivity, user content and information
sharing. It is not a new version of the Internet, but rather a new way of how
it is being used. The first version of Word Wide Web, was entirely made up of
web pages which were connected by hyperlinks and not providing any content
interactivity. Therefore, with Web 2.0, user’s are able to add their knowledge
and opinions, contribute, share and challenge. One of the results of Web 2.0 is
a possibility of cloud computing. So the user’s do not need to store the data
on the user’s computer or on the server but ‘in cloud’, where shared resources  are put together in a one massive mass of
on-demand technology. This adds a massive shift on the concept of  networking. The advantages include being able
to access the programs and files from any device which can connect to the
internet, and not having to worry whether they will be running out out of
storage or not as all of the files are stored on the cloud. However, the
disadvantages include a lack of trust that the cloud is reliable and that
programs and data could be lost. Also, there might be some concerns about the
security of data, especially financial personal or business data.

 

Web mail

Web 2.0 for web mails runs a massive role in the process,
driving the site visits and page views for the business. It has increased the
e-mail traffic that it needs to be delivered, tracked and managed, while still
delivering the customer’s expectations about personalisation, speed of response
and appropriateness of the content. Therefore, Web 2.0 has made a massive
impact business using to promote themselves and communicate with their
customer’s with personalised newsletters or instant notification of new
activity that keeps the users engaged, informed and active.

 

Blogs and web applications

With Web 2.0 we are able to interact with:

?    
Wikis

?    
A place where users can contribute to information, an
encyclopedia website where anyone can help to any article or even create a new
one.

?    
Blogs

?    
An online journals; anyone can become a blogger and
create their own blogs which is usually public; tools are provided for the
readers to comment and contribute

?    
Social
networking

?    
Sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter etc,
medias that allows the user’s to communicate by signing in and creating a
profile. Then they are giving tools with which they can correspond and are
encouraged to make friends. There are also applications such as Flickr, where
users are allowed to share their photographs

?    
Online
applications

?    
Instead of purchasing and downloading the application
on the computer, online applications allows the users to use the programs on
the internet. This means that those programs are accessible anywhere and are
often free or have a small subscription fee. Google Drive is a good example
because they offer free online applications and they are accessible to any
device as long as there is internet.

 

 

Conclusion

In conclusion, I have explained how Web 2.0 made the
websites more interactive rather than being just to view it and nothing else. I
have explained how users are able to interact and communicate with other people
with social networks. 

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