chs quizez - Quiz 6 1 Which Web 2.0 Pillar is based on...

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Quiz 6 1) Which Web 2.0 Pillar is based on sites not only providing content but allowing users to contribute? (1point) Harnessing collective intelligence Leveraging the data Implementing innovative Web capabilities Utilizing the Web as a platform Score: 1 Answer(s): Harnessing collective intelligence 2) Google has offered all of the following as Web services EXCEPT: (1point) maps. Gmail. search. All of the above are web services. Score: 0 Answer(s): Gmail.
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3) This technology is when two or more web services are combined into a unique application: (1point) Mashups. AJAX. Gmail. Widgets. Score: 1 Answer(s): Mashups. 4) Web-based collaboration tools need all of the following EXCEPT what? (1point) Internet connection Email account Browser All of the above are needed. Score: 1 Answer(s): Email account
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5) ________ , a possible Web 3.0 technology, is the provision of an online identity that can easily be ported to mobile devices, PCs, and more, allowing for easy authentication across different Web sites. (1point) Open technologies Open ID World wide database Intelligent applications Score: 1 Answer(s): Open ID 6) When users add information to maps, a common practice on Google maps, this is called? (1point) Open ID Vlogs Geo-tagging Blogs Score: 1
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Answer(s): Geo-tagging 7) Which one of the following organizations does NOT have a blog associated with it? (1point) CNN New York Times Washington Post All of the above have blogging. Score: 1 Answer(s): All of the above have blogging. 8) ________ is using the network effect to increase brand awareness. (1point) Viral marketing Blogging effect Virtual networks Social networking Score: 1
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Answer(s): Viral marketing 9) web 2.0 has been used to express how technology has enabled integrating more interactive features into Web sites. (1point) Score: 1 Answer(s): Web 2.0 10) Successful Web 2.0 sites not only provide content; they also allow users to contribute, thus improving the content. This Web 2.0 pillar is called harnessing collective intelligence . (1point) Score: 1 Answer(s): Harnessing Collective Intelligence. Quiz 7 ) ________ is a instance where a legitimate email is inadvertently identified as spam and blocked. (1point) Viruses Spim False positive Spam negative
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Score: 1 Answer(s): False positive 2) Spam over ________ is referred to as spim. (1point) instant massaging blogs video telephony skype Score: 1 Answer(s): instant massaging 3) All of the following are possible threats to information security EXCEPT: (1point) Proper background checks are not done with new hires. Organizations do not install firewalls as they limit employees from house to connect to the network. Organizations change passwords from the default passwords. Employee keeps passwords on a slip of paper.
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Score: 1 Answer(s): Organizations change passwords from the default passwords.
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