2. Email It is often called killer application In marketing terminology Killer application is acomputer program that is necessary for thedevelopment of the technology. Electronic mail commonly referred as Email is amethod of exchanging digital messages from anauthor to one or more recipients. Ray Tomlinson created @ symbolWhich separates user name from hostname.
3. Advantages Of Email in BusinessCommunication Source of intra-company(within company)communication. It is a useful tool for coordinating with businesspartners suppliers and customers Cost Reduction, cheap as compared totraditional mail or telephone communication Speed i.e. instantaneous whereby response tocustomer inquiries increases significantly. Geographic Barrier Reduction
4. Advantages of EmailContinu…… Efficiency i.e. Automatically forward theinformation on topic or to specific individuals. Reduction in face-to-face consultations and meeting Can contact a group of people at once. Lower Cost Saving in postage cost Reduction in use of phone based services
5. Using Email Service Firstly one should create a user account withstructure like this firstname.lastname@example.org User name is always unique. Common email actions are Signing In Create a new message (Compose Mail) Sending an attachment (File) Reply to Email Open attachments Forward an Email
6. Other Internet Services Websites devoted to a certain topic. Huffington Post like sites contributing toindependent media. Pakwheels.com like sites allow individuals topost threads in the site. Feedback and comment on threads isavailable.
7. File Transfer Protocol Standard network protocol that is used to transferfiles from one host to another over a network likeinternet. FTP is built on client-server architecture. To transfer files with FTP, you use a program oftencalled the "client”. Some sites like4shared, RapidShareRequire a password.
8. Online Chat A kind of communication over internet thatoffers a real time direct transmission of textbased messages from sender to receiver. Many users with multiple chat rooms , basedon interests. Each Chat room is dedicated to a topic. All users can read the comments Nowadays their use is reduced due tointroduction of Social Networking Sites.
9. Instant Massaging (IM) Private , real-time messaging. Messages only sent to listed or added users. Buddy list contains IM Names.
10. Online Services The company that offers access bysubscription. Research , Personal Skill Development Sitesetc. demand subscription before givingaccess. Apple ITunes Store is an online digital storethat provides copyrighted content speciallymusic for purchase. Sites Provide content for fee like in YouTubeMovies.
11. Apple iTunes Store
12. Peer-to-peer (P2P) Services Users computers are interconnected No centralized organization. Users can communicate directly User can share files. The most common example is Bittorent orUtorrent
13. Other Services (Not Included inCourse) Skype: Voice over IP service Voice communication can be established betweenusers Also Contains Instant Massaging Services.
14. Facebook Social Networking Site Facebook has over one billion active users. Users make profiles and interact with people throughout theworld. General features Chat Like Messages and Inbox Groups and “Like” Pages Newsfeed Notifications Status update Time line Wall
15. Youtube Youtube is a video sharing website. Most of the content in the Youtube has beenuploaded by individuals. Features of Youtube are Playback Uploading Huge Social Impact Has produced many singers like Justin BeiberLady Gaga and Carly Rae Jepsen…