Introduction to Technology

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Introduction to Technology by Mind Map: Introduction to Technology

1. Network Diagram

1.1. Intranet

1.1.1. is shared content accessed by members within a single organization.

1.2. Extranet

1.2.1. is shared content accessed by groups through cross-enterprise boundaries.

1.3. Internet

1.3.1. is global communication accessed through the Web.

2. History of Technology

2.1. 1963 : Computer Mouse invented by : Douglas Engelbart

2.2. 1967 : Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) invented by : john Shepherd barron

2.3. 1968 : Video Game Console invented By : Ralph Baer

2.4. 1971 : Floppy Disk invented by : David Noble

2.5. 1971 : E-mail invented by : Ray Tomlinson

2.6. 1973 : Ethernet invented by : Bob Metcalfe and David Boggs

2.7. 1983 : Camcorder invented by : Sony

2.8. 1990 World Wide Web (WWW) invented by : Tim Berners-lee

2.9. 2001 : Digital Satellite radio

3. Introduction To Internet

3.1. What Is Internet ?

3.1.1. The Internet is the world’s largest computer network which interconnects millions of businesses, government agencies, educational institutions, and individuals networks in one cohesive unit

4. Benefits of Internet

4.1. Accessing & Sharing Information

4.2. Shopping

4.3. Communicating

4.4. Banking & Investment

4.5. Entertainment and freedom

5. Ways To Communicate

5.1. Social Media

5.2. Facebook

5.3. IRC

6. Search Engines

6.1. Yahoo

6.2. Google

6.3. MSN

6.4. Altavista

7. Hypertext Concept

7.1. Hypertext is a way of presenting information so that the order in which it’s read is left up to the reader.

8. Web Browser

8.1. Internet Explorer

8.2. Google Chrome

8.3. Opera

8.4. Firefox

8.5. Safari

8.6. Netscape

9. Browsing The Web

9.1. To access a webpage you can make many things

9.1.1. Click a hyperlink

9.1.2. Type a URL in the Address box

9.1.3. Click a button on the Links toolbar

9.1.4. Use the Back and Forward buttons

9.1.5. Use a Web site’s navigation aids

9.1.6. Use the History list

9.1.7. Use the Favorites or Bookmarks list.

10. HTTP !

10.1. HyperText Transfer Protocol – enables the web server software and the client software (i.e. the browser) communicate

10.2. HTTP communication consist of 2 phases, the request and the response

10.3. Each HTTP communication between a browser and a web server consist of 2 parts a header and a body.

11. Web services

11.1. A programmable application component accessible via standard Web protocols

11.2. The center of the .NET architecture

11.3. Exposes functionality over the Web

11.4. Built on existing and emerging standards

11.4.1. Such as : HTTP, XML, SOAP, UDDI, WSDL

12. Commerce

12.1. Definition of Commerce

12.1.1. The exchange of goods and services for money

12.1.2. The exchange of goods and services for money

12.1.2.1. Buyers : these are people with money who want to purchase a good or service.

12.1.2.2. Sellers : these are the people who offer goods and services to buyers.

12.1.2.3. Producers : these are the people who create the products and services that sellers offer to buyers.

13. What is E-Commerce ?

13.1. E-business for commercial transactions

13.2. Involves supply chain management, e-marketing, online marketing

13.3. Distributing, buying, selling and marketing products and services over electronic systems

13.4. Uses electronic technology such as ...

13.4.1. Internet

13.4.2. Extranet/Intranet

13.4.3. Protocols

14. Front end systems

14.1. Direct user interface with business processes

14.2. Accessible via WWW

14.3. Front-end systems:

14.3.1. e-CRM

14.3.2. e-marketing

14.3.3. e-services

14.3.4. e-marketplace

14.3.5. e-auction