• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Web 2.0 Presentation
 

Web 2.0 Presentation

on

  • 506 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
506
Views on SlideShare
503
Embed Views
3

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0

1 Embed 3

file:// 3

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Web 2.0 Presentation Web 2.0 Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • By: Jenna Cavicchia Brittany Topham Daniel Driscoll Bofan Xia
    •  Intro 3 key aspects  Examples  Core Principles  Threats and Protection  Conclusion
    • Not a definite something  Web 2.0 “refers to the use of the internet for  interpersonal content sharing and online service delivery.” Proceeding Web 1.0, it is the second generation of  web development and design. Features: aids communication, secures information  sharing, interoperability, and collaboration. Web 2.0 sites are more interactive, for example  allowing people to tag photos posted online.
    • Interpersonal Computing 1. Web Services 2. Software as a Service (SaaS) 3.
    •  Often credited Timothy Leary  It has existed ever since computer networking was invented.  Involves person-to-person interactions (P2P) facilitated through websites that enable collaborative content creation, sharing and manipulation.  The IC aspects of Web 2.0 are most commonly associated with the development of wikis, blogs, social networking sites, and viral video sites.
    • Wikis- websites that allow visitors to easily add,  remove and edit content (Ex. Wikipedia) Blogs -a chronological, journal-style website  where its author maintains an online diary (Ex. Blogger, Technorati) Social networking sites (SNS)- enable people to  build social networks online (Ex. Myspace, Facebook) Viral video sites- websites that allow anybody to  post videos online (Ex. Youtube, Kaltura)
    •  Improve quality of interconnections between different web resources Ex: credit card  payments  Mashups made from embedding code from web service provider into the Ibm.com pages of website accessing the service
    •  Frequently linked to web services  Business activities broken down into processes deliverable via a mashup of web services  Loosely coupled Could use web  Relaxedpolitics.co m services to bring companies together
    •  Offersonline services to people, as opposed to web services offering functionality to computers and organizations Google Docs  Blogspot.com  AkaRich Internet Applications
    •  SaaS/RIA developments depend on more complex Internet programming technologies than HTML Ex: Flash Blogs.adobe.com 
    •  Youtube Wikipedia  Google  Facebook My space Blogs
    •  The web is a platform  Harnessing collective intelligence  The end of software release cycle  Lightweight programming models  Software above the level of single device  Rich user experiences
    • More than just antivirus..  software firewall, antispam, antiphishing, antispyware, anti-rootkit, host intrusion prevention solution MySpace 2005- Samy worm, cross-site scripting “HoneyJax” worm  emulates user behavior within Web more frequent/larger scale 2006- 2.0 applications to uncover threats ads on MySpace- Windows before they spread. Metafile Flaw (WMF) to infect more than one million users with spyware when they merely Be “street smart”  browsed the sites with unpatched trust no one.. Don’t share more versions of Windows. information over the web than you (up to one in every 600 social- need to. networking pages hosted malware) several ways to protect  yourself:
    • in healthcare Used  WebMD  Record keeping/sharing networking Social  Blogs, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter advance in social service Important delivery  Governments (Israeli) have their own pages across Web 2.0
    • Interpersonal computing Web services SaaS Examples principals Core php.radford.edu
    • Questions? Comments?
    •  http://explainingcomputers.com/web2.html Wikipedia  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0