This refers to an image’s print resolution, or of output devices like printers. The resolution for the internet is 72 dpi, and the standard for the print medium is 300 dpi. The latter allows for much better clarity.
The technique by which a computer program pulls data automatically from other programs and websites based on certain parameters.
These sites provide a list of resources/sites in a specific geographic area/about a specific subject; companies sometimes submit their sites to be included on them. E.g.: Yelp.
A type of site hosting wherein the account owner has total control over their web server and doesn’t share their server’s resources with any other users. This web server is “dedicated” to that particular user’s needs.
Taking steps to protect your information & data from misuse, unauthorized access, loss, disclosure, destruction, and alteration.
The location of an entity on the Web. This is a network address used as a very convenient method to identify locations across the internet. Domain names consists of a top-level domain (.com, .org, .net etc.). Anything to the left of these is referred to as subdomains of the domains to their right. A domain name maps to either one/more IP addresses that are used by hardware to identify various physical locations on the web.
The process by which a business sends promotional materials, letters, or postcards to past/existing/potential clients or customers. A direct mail campaign could be targeted to consumers, businesses or both.