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Hyperlink 1 should lead to a product page. One that describes what you are selling. Your next two hyperlinks will lead to either a Facebook Page created for the product, a Twitter Page, a Blog Page or other pertinent pages you create. You must create these 3 linked pages. Going Live!!! Upload the site to a free website hosting service. Your instructor and classmates must be able to access the URL. Some services are listed below: Follow the submission instructions carefully. 1. Upload Your Website to the Internet. 2. Upload a Word Document to SUBMIT FILES (where you submit your Weekly IPs) containing your name and the URL for your website. Please submit your assignments For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials. Please refer to the following multimedia course material(s): Unit 5 o Developing Your E-Commerce (All) o Customizing Your E-commerce (All)
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o Adding Categories and Products o Customizing and Maintaining Web site o E-Business Technology Issues Presentation Presentation: E-Business Technical Implementation A manufacturer of medical devices is considering how to make the move to e-business. Does it have the right staff and architecture to meet these new demands? What is its path to a future state where e-business is a core part of the business? Three Tiers E-business uses a three-tiered technology architecture. The three tiers refer to the three levels of the architecture. It moves from the layer inside of an organization out to what customers and business partners see on the Internet and the World Wide Web. Transaction Processing The lowest tier or layer is the transaction processing layer. This layer is where all of the technology needed to process and manage transactions is located. The components of this layer may include databases, accounting software, storage systems, and existing (or legacy) systems that are in place to manage the organization’s business needs. Middleware The next layer up is where technology known as middleware sits. Middleware acts as a traffic manager that moves information from the transaction layer out to the Web layer and also among different systems in the transaction layer. Web The Web layer is where the e- business’ Web servers sit. These servers allow customers and partners to interact with the e-business through a graphical interface accessible on the World Wide Web using a Web browser. The graphical interface is what people see and interact with when they do online shopping or check their bank accounts online. There is also another part of the e-business architecture, which is not a layer but is just as important. This is the technology needed to protect the e-business. This security technology usually sits between the e-business and the Internet to prevent unauthorized access to the systems of the e- business. The core element in security is the firewall. The firewall allows the e-business to restrict access to its networks to traffic of specific types and traffic coming from the Web servers. Other
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