ebusiness Architecture Roles
ebusiness Primary Models
Selecting ebusiness B2B
ebusiness B2B Hub
B2B Vertical Hub
Selecting ebusiness B2C
B2B Brokerage Model
Buyer Aggregator Model
Buy Sell Match-Model
Virtual Mall Model
Reverse Broker (Auction)
B2B Advertising Models
Advertising Model Types
Organization Structure Alignment
Top-Down Strategy for Business
Existing Business Services
Effects on Existing Business
Technological Building Blocks
VPNs, Intranets, Extranets - Exercise
VPNs, Intranets, Extranets, and XML
Describe the characteristics of Intranets, Extranets, and VPNs
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In the left column below are six terms; corresponding examples of these terms are listed in the right column. Match the term on the left column with the most appropriate example in the right column to make a match.
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VPN (Virtual Private Network)
LAN (Local Area Network)
XML (Extensible Markup Language)
A company uses the Internet as a backbone with the
to connect two branch offices in different countries.
A company in a multi-story building has a network that connects the computers on all the floors together.
A company has a system for making company documents available to the staff who need them, using the HTTP and FTP protocols.
A company has a wireless link between its various branch offices using satellite technology.
A company has a private network to link themselves with various suppliers. The network makes use of HTML documents over a TCP/IP-based network.
A company uses a standard to create Web pages using structured data that is compatible with various platforms. The standard is similar to HTML but has customized tags.
The Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol is an obsolete method for implementing virtual private networks.