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UNIT III



1. Define Google calendar.
Google Calendar is free, full featured, and easy to use. It lets the user create both personal and shared calendars, which makes it ideal for tracking business group, family, and community schedules


2. What types of calendars can you create with Google Calendar?
• Personal calendars, like default calendar
Public calendars, which others can access via the web
• Friends’ calendars, which is imported from Google Calendar web pages
• Holiday calendars, which add national holidays to a basic calendar

3. Define Yahoo calendar.
One subtle difference in Yahoo! Calendar is the presence of an Add Task button. This
reflects Yahoo! Calendar’s offering of tasks in addition to events. The user can still add
individual items to daily schedule, but can also add longer-term tasks and have due dates show up on calendar
4. Define Apple MobileMe Calendar
The MobileMe Calendar is a web-based calendar that can be accessed from any computer connected to the Internet, Mac or Windows. What makes it more unique and potentially more useful is that it can also be accessed from Apple’s iPhone, which makes it a truly mobile calendar.


5. What is Hunt calendar?
Hunt Calendars (www.huntcal.com) offers event-based web calendars. Useful features
include email reminders, notification of event conflicts, notification of new and updated events, and the like.


6. What are the types of calendars in a single interface?
• Member Event calendar helps users manage their personal time, keep track of meetings with others, and so on.
• Team Event calendar is used to schedule activities for a group, as well as schedule
facilities.
• Supervisor calendar provides reports to managers about business activities and schedules.


7. Define Event Marketing.
Web-based email marketing enable the user to promote event via targeted email messages. Other applications help to create own event website (on cloud computers), which also helps to promote event.
8. List the applications that are offered by 123 Signup.
123 Signup company offers four different applications:
• Event Manager
• Association Manager
Training Manager
• Member Directory

9. What are the modules in the Conference.com?
• Appointment Manager
• Credit Card Manager
• Email Manager,
• Export Manager
• Hotel Manager
Lead Track Manager
• Profile Manager
• Registration Manager
• Survey Manager
• Travel Manager

10. What are the tools provided by Cvent’s Event Management system?
Cvent’s Event Management system is a suite of interrelated tools, including the following:
• Event Registration
Email Marketing
• Secure Online Payment Processing
• Housing and Travel Management
• Contact Management
• Budget Management
• Custom Event Websites
• Event Workflow Management
Event Calendar
• On-Site Functionality
• Event Reporting

11. How Web-Based Word Processing Works?
Web-based word processors are hosted in the cloud, not on the hard drive—as are the
documents created with these applications. And these web-based applications mimic the key features of Microsoft Word.


12. Who should use a Web-Based Word Processor?
• Beginning users
• Casual users
• Anyone who wants access to their documents from multiple locations
• Anyone who needs to share their documents with others
• Anyone who needs to edit their documents in a collaborative environment

13. Who shouldn’t use one of these applications?
• Power users
• Anyone who wants to create sophisticated printouts
• Anyone working on sensitive documents
• Anyone who needs to work when not connected to the Internet

14. List the web-based word processing applications.
Google Docs
• Adobe Buzzword
• ajaxWrite
• Docly
• Glide Write
• iNetWord
• KBdocs
• Peepel WebWriter
• ThinkFree Write
• WriteBoard
Zoho Writer

15. What are the most popular web-based office suites applications?
• Glide Business (www.glidedigital.com)
• Google Docs (docs.google.com)
• Peepel Online Office (www.peepel.com)
• ThinkFree My Office (www.thinkfree.com)
• WebEx Web Office (www.weboffice.com)
• Zoho Office (office.zoho.com)

16. What are the Benefits of Web-Based Spreadsheets?
• The spreadsheets can be accessed from any Internet-connected computer, not just the computer originally created the spreadsheet with.
• Spreadsheets are still accessible even in the case of computer problem or hard disk crash.
• The user can share spreadsheets with others—enabling workgroup collaboration with users in other locations.
• In addition, most web-based spreadsheets today are free

17. Who should use a Web-Based spreadsheet?
• Beginning users
• Casual users
• Anyone who wants access to their documents from multiple locations
• Anyone who needs to share their documents with others
• Anyone who needs to edit their documents in a collaborative environment

18. Who shouldn’t use a Web-Based spreadsheet?
• Power users
• Anyone who wants to create sophisticated printouts
• Anyone working on sensitive documents
• Anyone who needs to work when not connected to the Internet web-based word processing applications


19. List the web-based spreadsheet applications

Google Spreadsheets
• EditGrid
• eXpresso
• Glide Crunch
• Num Sum
• Peepel WebSheet
• Sheetster
ThinkFree Calc
• Zoho Sheet

20. How Online Databases Work?
An online or web-based database stores data on a cloud of servers somewhere on the
Internet, which is accessible by any authorized user with an Internet connection. The primary advantage of a web-based database is that data can easily be shared with a large number of other users, no matter where they may be located.

21. List the web-based database applications.
• Blist
• Cebase
• Dabble DB
• Lazybase
• MyWebDB
• QuickBase
• TeamDesk
• Trackvia
Zoho Creator
• Zoho DB & Reports

22. What are the advantages of using Dabble DB application?
Dabble DB offers three ways to share user data.
• The Pages option enables the user to collect data from other users without granting access to the underlying database.
• The Users option lets other users access the raw data in the database.
• The Schema option uses the Dabble DB JavaScript API to let others interact with data on other websites.


23. What are the features of myWebDB?
• Good-looking interfaces
• Navigation menus
• Editable data grids
• Intuitive data entry screens

24. What is Zoho Creator?
Zoho Creator (creator.zoho.com) is a versatile data repository, complete with data-entry
forms and spreadsheet-like list views. While easy to use, Zoho Creator is robust enough to let the user create their own simple database applications.
Zoho offers two different database products: Zoho Creator and Zoho DB & Reports. Of the two, Zoho Creator is the easiest to use and best suited for casual users.

25. List the web-based presentation applications.
• BrinkPad
• Empressr
• Google Presentations
• Preezo
• Presentation Engine
• PreZentit
• SlideRocket
ThinkFree Show
• Thumbstacks
• Zoho Show
PART B
1. Discuss about Collaborating on calendars, Schedules and task management.
2. How to explore on line scheduling and planning. Explain with example.
3. Explain collaborating on event management and collaborating on contact management.
4. Explain in detail about collaborating on word processing, spreadsheets and databases.


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