Web 2.0 Presentation


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Web 2.0 Presentation

  1. 1. By: Jenna Cavicchia Brittany Topham Daniel Driscoll Bofan Xia
  2. 2.  Intro 3 key aspects  Examples  Core Principles  Threats and Protection  Conclusion
  3. 3. 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.
  4. 4. Interpersonal Computing 1. Web Services 2. Software as a Service (SaaS) 3.
  5. 5.  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.
  6. 6. 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)
  7. 7.  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
  8. 8.  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
  9. 9.  Offersonline services to people, as opposed to web services offering functionality to computers and organizations Google Docs  Blogspot.com  AkaRich Internet Applications
  10. 10.  SaaS/RIA developments depend on more complex Internet programming technologies than HTML Ex: Flash Blogs.adobe.com 
  11. 11.  Youtube Wikipedia  Google  Facebook My space Blogs
  12. 12.  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
  13. 13. 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:
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. Interpersonal computing Web services SaaS Examples principals Core php.radford.edu
  16. 16. Questions? Comments?
  17. 17.  http://explainingcomputers.com/web2.html Wikipedia  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0