Video streaming provides video data or content on a Web page while it is being played on a remote client. This feature is used for live updates on websites.
Virtualization is a process or software to reduce server management cost through automation and provide more control over service levels.
A virtual server is a Web server that shares its facilities with multiple users or sites.
Vlogging, or video blogging, shares commentary and ideas in video shorts instead of text.
A VPS, or Virtual Private Server, allows a hosting service provider to multiplex a single dedicated server into multiple, virtual-server machines. It provides private and protected Web services operating as an independent server.
A WAN, or Wide Area Network, is a large communication network that services a geographic area larger than a LAN.
Web-based email lets users log in to an email interface online with a username and password to check and compose email messages.
A Web feed routinely provides updates or new content from subscribing websites.
A Weblog, or blog, is an online journal. Posts are usually displayed in reverse chronological order.
Windows NT/2000 are two separate, graphics-based, multitasking operating systems developed by Microsoft. Both can act as a standalone operating systems for computers and workstations, or they can serve as an operating system for a website or network.
Whois is a central database that tracks domain names and IP registrations. It lists the owner and other contacts along with their email addresses, phone numbers, and addresses.
XML, or Extensible Markup Language, is a development language to create unique markup tags. All XML tags are defined by the programmer and may be interpreted differently in different applications.