EDEXCEL GCSE ICT ONLINE GOODS AND SERVICES PART 2

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How does Information services work?
News reports are written by newspaper and TV companies. They are made available online for free or through a subscription
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How does Information services work?
Users access the websites to read the news or select news using RSS feeds
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State a feature of Information services
Easy to search for and sort news items
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State a feature of Information services
Up to date news available worldwide
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State a feature of Information services
Review news items from different sources
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State a feature of Information services
Allow users to select news
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State a feature of Information services
News presented in text, images and videos
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State a feature of Information services
Extra content provided for subscribers
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State a feature of Information services
Users can add comments
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State a feature of Information services
Users can subscribe to content
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How does Banking and other financial services work?
Users can create a secure online bank account
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How does Banking and other financial services work?
Money can be transferred electronically into account
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How does Banking and other financial services work?
Payments can be made to other accounts
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State a feature of Banking and other financial services
View up to date bank account details
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State a feature of Banking and other financial services
View all transactions
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State a feature of Banking and other financial services
Pay bills online
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State a feature of Banking and other financial services
Create new bank accounts
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State a feature of Banking and other financial services
Secure access provided
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State a feature of Banking and other financial services
Offers promotions to online customers
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What does Online gaming enable players to do?
connect via the Internet and interact with each other
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What does "On-demand" or streaming entertainment services allow users to do?
play media when and where they want it
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In online gaming What does a central server run?
the game software and it streams each player's position and actions to all players over the Internet
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In online gaming What do players need to avoid lag when gaming?
a high bandwidth low latency Internet connection
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In online gaming Players select a game and create what?
online accounts then they interact with each other as well as a computer opponent
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What does Streaming require?
A Internet Connection
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What does Downloading require?
An Internet connection to select a entertainment service to download then the user can play the file offline without a internet connection
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How does Streaming work?
User selects a entertainment service
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How does Streaming work?
the user then presses play on the programme
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How does Streaming work?
the programme is continually sent from the server and streamed over the Internet
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How does Streaming work?
the video player buffers (stores) some data in case of delays in data arriving
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How does Streaming work?
then the programme plays after receiving data
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What improves the performance of streaming content?
A high bandwidth and a low latency Internet connection
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What is the way organisations operate online?
a website or online shop
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How can organisations operate online successfully?
organisations need a website through which customers can find information and buy the organisation's goods and services
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State a benefit to a organisation and customer operating online
Overheads are generally lower for online shops, so they can be more profitable than high street shops
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State a benefit to a organisation and customer operating online
online shops can afford to sell products more cheaply and still make a good profit
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State an advantage for a retailer operating online
No need to distribute goods to shops
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State an advantage for a retailer operating online
Easy to make changes to products and prices
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State an advantage for a retailer operating online
Customers only need a web browser, an Internet connection and a means of paying electronically
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State an advantage for a retailer operating online
Inexpensive way to reach new markets
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State an advantage for a retailer operating online
Minimal start up time and investment needed: Internet businesses can be set up from home
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State an advantage for a retailer operating online
The organisation can be located wherever it likes
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State a disadvantage for a retailer operating online
Skilled staff needed to develop and run an efficient website
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State a disadvantage for a retailer operating online
Ensuring online payment security is difficult
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State a disadvantage for a retailer operating online
Need a delivery service and the facilities to handle returns
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State a disadvantage for a retailer operating online
Customers limited to those with access to the Internet and who can pay electronically
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State a disadvantage for a retailer operating online
If the retailer has high street shops as well they may find that their high street shops suffer and have to close down because they can't compete with the online shop
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Every time you buy something online what is saved?
online data about that transaction
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What is a transaction?
a transaction occurs every time you buy or sell something
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What is transactional data?
is the information collected about that sale or purchase
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Where is transactional data stored?
in databases that can be searched and sorted
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State a reason why transactional data is extremely valuable to the organisations you buy from
it allows the organisation to keep a record of your purchases
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State a reason why transactional data is extremely valuable to the organisations you buy from
it allows delivery to be tracked
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State a reason why transactional data is extremely valuable to the organisations you buy from
it contains a rich source of information about customer shopping habits and preferences
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State what transactional data is used for
to understand customer's buying habits and to see trends in sales
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State what transactional data is used for
to produce a more personalised experience
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State what transactional data is used for
for targeted advertising campaigns and to produce personalised adverts
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State what transactional data is used for
to create personalised marketing such as coupons for products that customers are likely to purchase
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State what transactional data is used for
to track delivery of the goods
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What is Internet advertising?
is another way in which organisations operate online
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What form does Internet advertising normally take?
text, image and videos including a link to the website where customers can buy goods or services
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State a reason why organisations use Internet advertising
it can be targeted at particular customers
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State a reason why organisations use Internet advertising
statistics can be gathered
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State a reason why organisations use Internet advertising
it is cheaper than traditional advertising
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State a reason why organisations use Internet advertising
it reaches a wide range of customers
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State a reason why organisations use Internet advertising
it reaches customers much faster than traditional advertising
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