Tools used to understand web usage patterns and trends. They typically offer analytical capabilities beyond the usual access log file, i.e., clickstream data, analyses.
Any piece of software that makes itself available over the internet and uses a standardized XML messaging system. Web services are platform-neutral and vendor-independent protocols. The term "web services" has come to mean a standardized way of integrating multiple online web protocols such as XML, SHTML, PERL, CGI with the purpose of standardizing operations and creating a user-friendly, browser-based user experience.
Work Breakdown Structure
A listing of project tasks, which organizes and defines the total work scope of the project.
The results or deliverables that need to be produced in order to complete the project.
The movement of data, documents, or tasks through a work process; generally used in the context of technologies that automate workflows. Data Governance programs often strive to address workflows by embedding governance controls (e.g., approvals, decision steps) or by providing loop-outs to governance processes (e.g., issue resolution, change control).
An activity assigned to an individual as part of a larger string of activities.
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
The World Wide Web Consortium has become the primary organization for creating Web specifications, and whose principal goal is interoperability.
XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language)
An XML-based markup language developed for financial reporting. By employing this standards-based method to prepare, and publish information, organizations make it possible for others to reliably extract and automatically exchange financial statements.
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