513 - MIS 513 DQ 6 Chapter 6 1. According to the textbook,...

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MIS 513 DQ 6 Chapter 6 1. According to the textbook, what are the four pillars of Web 2.0? The four pillars of Web 2.0 are discussed on pages 235 236. The four pillars are: o Utilizing the Web as a Platform. o Harnessing Collective Intelligence. o Leveraging the Data. o Implementing Innovative Web Capabilities. 2. Describe and contrast Web services, widgets, and mashups. Web services, widgets, and mashups are discussed on pages 236 238. Web services allow data to be accessed without intimate knowledge of other organizations systems, enabling machine-to-machine interaction over the Internet. Widgets are small interactive tools used for a single purpose such as taking notes, viewing pictures, or simply displaying a clock. Widgets can either be placed on a desktop or be integrated into a Web page. Web services and widgets enable the creation of mashups. A mashup is a new application (or Web site) that integrates one or more Web services. 3. What is a content management system (CMS)? What user roles are typically supported by CMS? Content Management System is discussed on pages 242 243. CMSs allow users to publish, edit, version track, and retrieve digital contents, such as documents, images, audio files, video files. They typically support four types of user roles: creator, editor, administrator, and guest. 4. According to the textbook, what are commonly accepted characteristics of the Web of the future, or Web 3.0?
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513 - MIS 513 DQ 6 Chapter 6 1. According to the textbook,...

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