Web Marketing Manager
Web Sit Analyst
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
A domain name server
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
The name of the server on which the page resides.
The site owner's registered site.
The type of server and Internet service being used.
The organization type
Cookies give developers access to Web site visitors' hard drive files.
Cookies inform the Web site manager about visitors' preferences.
Cookies are dangerous and should never be used in Web development.
Cookies enable developers to convey their preferences to Web site users.
Codecs cannot be updated.
Download and install an upgrade for your plug-in.
Download the newest multimedia files and your codecs will be updated automatically
Deinstall your old plug-in, then download and install the latest version of the plug-in.
Upgrades usually include increased functionality and security.
Plug-ins expire after a set number of days.
Old plug-ins can contain computer viruses.
Only the newest plug-ins support frames sites.
The fewer results you will retrieve.
The more results you will retrieve.
The more likely you will be to generate a 404 error.
The more you expand the search to include information portals and newsgroups.
POP3 server and SMTP server
SMTP server and NNTP server
NNTP server and HTTP server
HTTP server and SMTP server
Verify the identity of a user
Discern humans from automated senders
Ensure that only unique user names exist within a given domain
Prevent password theft
It automatically forwards your e-mail to a different e-mail address.
It sends an automated response to e-mail messages you receive.
It filters out unwanted, unsolicited mail.
It redirects all incoming mail to a specified folder.
A global address book
A synchronization feature
A centralized electronic calendar
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
File Transfer Protocol
Post Office Protocol
To search for a file
To download a file
To upload a file
To move a file to a new location
Social networking technologies
Terminal services clients and servers
Unified communications technologies
Short Message Service (SMS) applications
An illicit server.
Delete them so they do not interfere with your existing applications.
Apply them to all systems immediately.
Test them on one computer to ensure that they solve your problem without any unforeseen consequences.
Send them to all your colleagues and friends so they can apply them to their systems.
Statement Of Work
To keep message content reasonably short
To indicate that one or more files is attached to the message
To help clarify the subject matter of the message
To help convey the intended tone of the message
An e-mail message that includes messages text tyoed in all capital letters
An e-mail message that includes information from the original e-mail message
An e-mail message that connot be retrieved once it has been sent
An e-mail message that is devoid of emoticons.
The welcome page
The bookmarks page
The home page
The favorites page
A contract allowing you to use the beatles' digital graphics on your Website
Th apple icon on the cover of many Beatles albums
An MP3 file containing the Beatles' song "Hey Jude"
A chapter from John Lennon's book "In his Own Write"
By using wireless network components
By requiring less overhead
By causing Internet usage to grow
By using 128-bit IP addresses
The company that provides telephone lines to your home office
An organization that maintains a gateway to the Internet and rents access to it
A dial-up or high-speed direct connection to the Internet
A computer system with an Internet connection and the correct software for Internet communication
Instant messages can be sent only to contacts who are currently online.
Instant message can display responses only when you click the Send/Receive button.
You do not access to a network in order to send and recive instant messages.
Instant messages can be sent to contacts wheather they are online or not
A Gantt chart
An issues log
A SWOT analysis
A project schedule
A message marked for follow-up
A message that has not yet been read
A message marked for deletion
A message that has already been ready
Ogg Vorbis (OGG)
Audio Interchange Files Format (AIFF)
Moving picture Experts Group, Audio Layer-3 (MP3)
A record in Table A can have matching records in Table B, but a record in Table B has only one matching record in Table A.
No record in Table A has any matching records in Table B.
One record in Table A has any matching records in Table B, and vice versa.
Each record in Table A has any matching records in Table B, and vice versa.
The ipconfig command
The ping command
The tracert command
The config command
Internet control Messaging Protocol (ICMP)
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Transmission control protocol (TCP)
Internet Protocol (IP)
Aunit of work that must be accomplished
The appointment of a person, department or device to a unit of work
A person, department or device needed to accomplished a unit of work
A sequence of work units that must be accomplished within a defined time frame
Locates an Internet resource using an e-mail server
Identifies the method by which an Internet resource is accessed
Locates an Internet resource using a search engine
Identifies the search string used to locate an Internet resource
Use CAPTCHA to distinguish human senders from automated senders.
Use SMTP authentication, which requiers a valid name and password for each message.
Configure your system to filter IP addresses contained in the latest blackhole list.
Use a client-side filter to identify and filter spam messages.