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  1. ANT: Es una herramienta usada en programación para la realización de tareas mecánicas y repetitivas, normalmente durante la fase de compilación y construcción (build).

 

  1. APA: American Psychological Association (APA) es una organización científica fundada en 1892 por G. Stanley Hall. Ocho años después, al iniciar el siglo, tenía 150 miembros inscritos. Hoy en día, el número de asociados rebasa los 155,000. Auxiliar a los autores en la preparación de cualquier texto en cuanto a ciertas convenciones estilísticas para que la comunicación sea clara y uniforme.
  2. Applet :A small Java program that can be embedded in an HTML page. They cannot access certain resources on local computers such as files and serial devices and are prohibited from communication with most other computers across a network.

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  1. Business Intelligence (BI) :Business intelligence is actually an environment in which business users receive data that is reliable, consistent, understandable, easily manipulated and timely. With this data, business users are able to conduct analyses that yield overall understanding of where the business has been, where it is now and where it will be in the near future. Business intelligence serves two main purposes. It monitors the financial and operational health of the organization (reports, alerts, alarms, analysis tools, key performance indicators and dashboards). It also regulates the operation of the organization providing two- way integration with operational systems and information feedback analysis.
  2. Business Intelligence Platform: A foundation of enabling tools and technologies necessary for the development and deployment of business intelligence and business performance management applications.*
  3. Business Intelligence Software: A category of software that enables companies to access, analyze and share information to understand how the business is performing and to improve decision making.*
  4. Business Intelligence Tools: The tools and technologies used to access and analyze business information. They include online analytical processing (OLAP) technologies, data mining and advanced analytics; end-user tools for ad hoc query and analysis, enterprise class query, analysis and reporting including dashboards for performance monitoring; and production reporting against all enterprise data sources.*
  5. Business on Demand: Permite pagar la informática como un variable y, sobre todo, pagar sólo por aquello se utilize. Concepto desarrollado por IBM.

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  1. C-Commerce (Collaborative-Commerce)
    A business strategy that motivates value-chain partners with a common business interest to generate value through sharing information at all phases of the business cycle (from product development to distribution).
  2. Contexto: It is an element that represents a web aplication that runs in a determined virtual space.  
  3. CRM (Customer Relationship Management )
  4. Customer Relationship Management : The idea of establishing relationships with customers on an individual basis, then using that information to treat different customers differently. Customer buying profiles and churn analysis are examples of decision support activities that can affect the success of customer relationships.

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  1. Digitalización. Proceso de conversión del campo analógico al digital. En el contexto del libro Services BluePrint: A Roadmap to execution, proceso de conversión en el que las empresan modifican su forma de elaborar sus procesos mediante uso de las tecnologías de la información

           
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  1. ENTERPRISE APPLICATION: Conjunto de programas que usan las empresas para realizar sus operaciones diarias
  2. E-Business : E-business is simply doing business electronically which in most cases, means doing business on the Internet. The two main types of e-business are business-to-consumer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B). A third, and less talked about, type of e-business is consumer-to-consumer (C2C).
  3. E-Commerce :E-commerce deals with using the Internet, digital communications and IT applications to enable the buying or selling process.
  4. Enterprise :A complete business consisting of functions, divisions, or other components used to accomplish specific objectives and defined goals.
  5. ERP :Enterprise Resource Planning

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  1. FOCAL POINT: Estrategia de negocios en la cual una empresa basa todos sus procesos.

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  1. Hyper Text Markup Langage (HTML): HTML, or Hyper Text Markup Language, a subset of SGML, provides a tag set used to create an HTML document. The tags or elements tell the browser how to display the information. The tags are used to "mark," in a hierarchical format, the different components of the document. If you are going to create your own Web pages, you will need to gain an understanding of the workings of HTML.

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  1. IT : Information Technology

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  1. JSP: Página Web con etiquetas de html que tiene funcionamiento  de  java que son compiladas para generar servlets.
  2. J2EE :Java2 Platform Enterprise Edition defines a standard for developing multitier applications.
  3. Java :A cross-platform source programming language that allows applications to be distributed over networks and the Internet.
  4. Java Server Page (JSP) :Java server pages are a way to create dynamic Web content. They may also be used to generate and consume XML between n-tier servers or between servers and clients.

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  1. Organizational Intelligence :Organizational intelligence is the capacity for the enterprise to collectively know itself in relationship to its environment and to act on that knowing in a way that furthers its position with customers and the marketplace.

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  1. Portal: Plataforma que posee una Infraestructura propia, funciona como middleware, por lo tanto es una plataforma que integra múltiples aplicaciones (sin importar su arquitectura o plataforma) en un solo Frontend dentro de un Browser, el cual se puede acceder desde cualquier sitio, en cualquier momento y con cualquier dispositivo de forma sencilla y segura .

           
     

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  1. SERVICES LAYER: Se refiere a los procesos clave para el correcto funcionamiento de una empresa.
  2. Servidor web : Programa que implementa el protocolo HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol). Este protocolo está diseñado para transferir lo que llamamos hipertextos, páginas web o páginas HTML (hypertext markup language): textos complejos con enlaces, figuras, formularios, botones y objetos incrustados como animaciones o reproductores de sonidos.
  3. Servlet: Es programa de Java  que otorga características adicionales y corre en un servidor web. 
  4. Supply Chain Management (SCM): Es el nombre con el que se conoce a las soluciones que se utilizan para suministrar los procesos y valor de un negocio en todos los rincones de la empresa extendida, desde el proveeedor de tu proveedor hasta el cliente de tu cliente
  5. Six Sigma: A rigorous and disciplined methodology that utilizes data and statistical analysis to measure and improve a companys operational performance, practices and systems. Six Sigma identifies and prevents defects in manufacturing and service-related processes. In many organizations, it simply means a measure of quality that strives for near perfection.*
  6. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) : A service-oriented architecture is a collection of services that communicate with each other. The services are self-contained and do not depend on the context or state of the other service. They work within a distributed systems architecture.
  7. Scalability : The ability to scale to support larger or smaller volumes of data and more or less users. The ability to increase or decrease size or capability in cost-effective increments with minimal impact on the unit cost of business and the procurement of additional services.

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  1. taglib:  Es un formato predefinido con componentes a la medida del cliente para el reuso por parte del desarrollador en jsp.
  2. TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE: Tecnologías que mantienen el control  de la inteligencia de la empresa.
  3. Tomcat ( Jakarta Tomcat ) funciona como un contenedor de servlets desarrollado bajo el proyecto Jakarta en la Apache Software Foundation. Tomcat implementa las especificaciones de los servlets y de JavaServer Pages (JSP) de Sun Microsystems. Se le considera un servidor de aplicaciones.

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  1. URL : Uniform Resource Locator. The URL is the path information in an HTML coded source file used to locate another document or image. The format for the URL is scheme://host- domain[:port]/path/filename.

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  1. WEB-INF  Directorio que contiene todos los recursos relacionados con la aplicación que no se encuentran en el documento raíz de la aplicación. No es público. Aquí se encuentra la descripción del desarrollo de la aplicación web.
  2. Web Services :Web services are a new way of connecting business. Web services are platform-neutral and vendor-independent protocols that enable any form of distributed processing to be performed using XML and Web-based technologies.

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  1. XML siglas del inglés eXtensible Markup Language.S e basa en documentos de texto plano en los que se utilizan etiquetas para delimitar los elementos de un documento. Define estas etiquetas en función del tipo de datos que está describiendo permite definir nuevas etiquetas y ampliar las existentes.

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