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  2 MARKS QUESTION BANK Degree & Branch : MCA UNIT I - INTRODUCTION 1.   Define E-com? Electronic commerce commonly known as “E_com”. It is a common via any electronic media such as TV, fax and online networks. Buying and selling the product or services over electronic system, such as the internet and other computer networks. 2.   Goal of E_commerce.    Fast loading pages.    Clean, product centric layout.    Efficient and intuitive navigations structure.    Checkout oriented usage flow.    Search engine friendly code. 3.   What are the advantages of E_com.    Faster buying/selling procedure, as well as easy to find products.    More each to customers, there is no theoretical geographic limitations.    Low operational costs and better quality of services.    Easy to start and manage a business. 4.   List the type of e_com. There are mainly five types of e_commerce modes. i)Business to customer(B-to-C) ii)Business to Business(B-to-B) iii)Customer to Customer(C-to-C) iv)Peer to Peer(P-to-P) v)m_commerce. Faculty Name : K.Kavitha Subject Name : Electronic Commerce Subject Code :MC9271 Year : II Year Semester :IV    5.   Difference between E_commerce and E_business. i)   E_commerce is the subset of E_Business. If you remember the venn diagram studied in school then u can well understand. ii)   Those activities which effectually involve monetary transactions are termed as “e_commerce”. However, e -business is a much broader term. iii)   To sell online is e_commerce but to bring and retain customers and educate them online about the product or service is e-business. 6.   What are the functions of E_commerce?. Marketing and communication Student service Healthcare Online content and administration administration and intranet. 7. What are the features of e_commerce. 1.   Ubiquity 2.   Global each 3.   Universal standards 4.   Richness 5.   Interactivity 6.   Information density 7.   personalization and customization 8.Define network. In information technology a network is a series of points or nodes interconnected by communication paths networks can interconnect with other networks and contain sub networks. 9. Define distributed processing and is advantages. A variety of computer systems that use more than one computer, or processor to run an application. This includes parallel processing in which a single computer uses more than one CPU to execute programs. More often however, distributed processing refers to local area networks designed so that. Single program can run simultaneously at various sites. Most distributed processing systems contains sophisticated software that detects idle CPU on the network and parcels out programs to utilize them.    Advantage: Quicker response time Lower costs Improved data integrity Reduced host processors costs Resource sharing 10. Define EDI. EDI can be defined as “the exchange of business data from one organization’s computer application to the computer application of a trading partner.”  EDI message exchange is typically orders and invoices, although there are hundreds of available messages. 11. Define TCP/IP: Stands for “transmission control protocol/ Internet protocol”. These two protocols were developed in the early days of the internet by the U.S military. The purpose was to allow computers to communicate over long distance networks. The TCP part has to do either the verifying delivery of the packets. The IP part refers to the moving of data packets between nodes. TCP/IP has since then become the foundation of the internet, therefore, TCP/IP software is built into all major o/s, such as unix, windows and the mac os. 12. What is commercial transaction? Give an example. An interaction between two or more parties in which goods, services or something of  value is exchanged for some type of  remuneration. Some aspects of commercial transactions, such as truthful representation and contract provisions, are governed by law  . Examples:    Sales Contracts  –    Generally for goods (toasters, cars, etc.)    License Contracts  –    Generally for intangibles (software, electronic media, etc.)    Banking Transactions  –    Negotiable instruments (checks, promissory notes, letters of credit, warehouse receipts, bills of lading).    13. Define Internet and Intranet. The Internet is sometimes called as “The Net”, is a world  wide system of computer networks  –  a networks in which users at any one computer can ,if they have permission ,get information from any other computer. An intranet is a private network that is contained with in an enterprise. It may consists of many inter linked local area network and also used leased lines in the world wide area network. They typically, the intranet includes connections through one or more gateway computer to the outside Internet. 14. Define web server and web browsers. A web server is a program, that using the client/server model and world wide web’s Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP),serves the files that form web pages to web users.  Ex:    Apache.    MS IIS (Internet Information Server).    Novell’s web server for users of its NetWare.  A browser is an application program that provides a wave to look at and interact with all the information an the “world wide web”. The word browser seems to have srcinated  prior to the web as a generic term for user interfaces that let you brows text file online. 15.What is the purpose of IETF? ->Internet Engineering Task Force. -> To create high quality, relevant standard for the internet. -> develop and promotes internet standards. 16. Define electronic transaction. An electronic transaction is the sale or purchase of goods or services, whether between businesses, households, individuals, governments, and other public or private organizations, conducted over computer-mediated networks. The goods and services are ordered over those networks, but the payment and the ultimate delivery of the good or service may be conducted on or off-line.
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