Basically, it is a term describing business using the Internet and communication technologies.
Business operations and activities that use electronic means of communication to accomplish objectives.
System of electronic communication with authorities and public sector institutions. The main objective is to increase the efficiency of control and to facilitate the work of entrepreneurs, citizens and authorities.
It refers to instructional courses on the Internet (nowadays rarely on DVD or CD).
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
An information system that uses the best possible integration of company processes, aiming to automate them and make them easier to work with. These systems can manage different areas of company activity, such as logistics, sales, accounting, customer communication and others.
A website or microsite used to promote an event. These are usually non-commercial presentations designed to attract not customers but participants in various social events, sporting events and work conferences.
A website that can only be accessed by a user after logging in, registering or otherwise entering data. Unlike regular websites, the content here is protected in some way and can even be layered for individual visitors. Thus, different content can be displayed to each visitor. Extranets are mainly used for remote communication and sharing non-public documents.
A system for publishing information without significant IT support and without the need for programming skills or complex web editing. Articles are most often published through editorial systems and can be edited in various administrative ways. Probably the best known editorial system, which is also available in a free version, is WordPress.