Information Technology Terms Bingo

Information Technology Terms Bingo Card

This bingo card has a free space and 94 words: Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), hierarchical website architecture, multidimensional website architecture, sequential website architecture, usability, web accessibility, assistive technologies, web browser, hypertext markup language (HTML), JavaScript, AJAX, World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), content management system, cascading style sheets (CSS), e-commerce, shopping cart software, payment gateway, tag cloud, click-through rate (CTR), cookie, third-party cookies, online analytical processing (OLAP), market basket analysis, text mining, what-if analysis, goal seeking, optimization, forecasting, artificial intelligence (AI), CAPTCHA, expert system, neural network, clickstream data, stickness, dashboard, keyperformance indicators (KPIs), portal, mashup, web feed, intellectual property, digital rights management (DRM), information privacy, proxy, information security, malware, botnets, distributed denial of service (DDoS), encryption, natural laws and rights, utilitarianism, business to business (B2B), consumer to consumer (C2C), consumer to business (C2B), uniform resource locator (URL), Domain Name System (DNS), public key encryption, firewall, ethics, infomediary, e-marketplace, business to consumer (B2C), mobile commerce (m-commerce), near field communications (NFC), search engine optimization (SEO), hypertext transfer protocol (http://), file transfer protocol (ftp://), top-level domain, crowdsourcing, intelligent agents, predictive analytics, risk matrix, incidence response plan, multifactor authentication, phishing, single sign-on, social engineering, SMTP server, IMAP (Internet mail access protocol), microformats, instant messaging (IM), presence awareness, war room, group decision support system (GDSS), web conferencing, telepresence, shared workspace, blog, wiki, microblogging, hastag, virtual world, virtual reality, unified communications (UC) and media richness.

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