Akụrụngwa, ngwanrọ… Webware?

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Na mgbanwe nke ụlọ ọrụ kọmputa, anyị nwere Hardware - akụrụngwa dị mkpa iji rụọ ọrụ ahụ. Anyị nwere software, ihe ngwọta nke jiri ihe ndị ahụ rụọ ọrụ anyị nwere ike ịzụta ma wụnye site na mgbasa ozi dị iche iche. Naa, ị nwere ike ibudata software enweghị media.

Afọ iri nke akụrụngwa na ngwanrọ

Ngwaọrụ nwere nkwalite na nnọchi. N’ezie, echefula m kọmputa niile m nwere taa. Enwere m ọkpụkpụ nke ihe na-erughị 5 na otu laptọọpụ nwụrụ anwụ n'ụlọ m.

Sọftụwia nwere nrụnye na nwelite nke wụnye mgbanwe na ngwa ngwanrọ. Ọ bụ usoro ochie nke anyị ka na-arụ ma na-agba mgba taa. Enwere m ihe ngwanrọ na ngwụcha taa nke chọrọ ka m mechie ma bidogharịa MacBookPro m. Enwetụbeghị ihe OSX melite na-aga ọjọọ, mana oge ọ bụla enweghị m ike inye aka ma nweta obere ego - na-eche na nke kachasị njọ ga-eme na m ga-efufu ọrụ m niile. M nwere a netwọk mbanye ebe m na-echekwa m ebudatara ngwa na a CD nragide ebe m na-echekwa ndị fọdụrụ (na mgbe niile na-ahụ ha na-efu efu).

Sọftụwia dị ka Google Spreadsheet, Google Analytics, Gmail, ExactTarget na ọtụtụ ndị ọzọ na-eji 'ngwa sitere na weebụ' ma ọ bụ 'dabere na ngwa nchọgharị' ma ọ bụ na anyị na-atụnye ya na aha, SaaS. Ọ bụ aha okwu dị egwu ma na-akọwa ụdị azụmahịa ọ karịrị ụdị 'ware' ọ bụ. Ọzọkwa, ọtụtụ ngwa SaaS ka nwere nkwalite ma ọ bụ nkwupụta ndị bụ isi. Ha anaghị achọ nkwụnye ma ọ bụ weghachite, mana ha anaghị adị maka oge.

Aha zuru oke maka ngwa taa nwere ike ịbụ Netware, mana ọ dị ka ya Akwụkwọ akụkọ nwere ụghalaahịa edenyere. Webware nwere ike ịrụ ọrụ, mana ọ dị ka ọ dị C | Net na-eji ya. Ọ dị ka ihe nchọgharị nwere ike ịbụ ihe ga - ekwe omume - mana ọ bụ nkeji ụma.

Kedu ihe kpatara na Webware?

Isi okwu bụ na Webware (ahụghị m ụghalaahịa) bụ mmalite na-esote ngwa anyị. Taa, ọ dịghị mkpa maka ngwa iji kwụsị ịgba ọsọ. Anyị nwere ọtụtụ narị peeji na ngwa anyị na-arụ ọrụ ma nwee ike ịgbagharị ibe ọhụrụ na-enweghị ike ibudata ndị ochie. Ekwenyesiri m ike na obere mmepe nwere ike ime ebe ndị ọrụ nwere ike ịmegharị nwere ike ime n'etiti ngwa ochie na ngwa ọhụrụ.

Enwere ike ịmegharị data na ọdụ ụgbọ elu, ma ọ bụ enwere ike wuru tebụl oge ọhụụ iji kwado mgbanwe ahụ. Chọpụta, ọ bụ mgbakwunye ọrụ, mana m na-ekwu bụ na ọ ga-ekwe omume. Anyị ekwesịghị ịkwụsịtụ ndị ahịa anyị ọzọ.

Enweghị m floppy draịva n'ụlọ m. Anaghị m ahụzi CD / DVD m. Ihe fọrọ nke nta ka ọ bụrụ ihe niile m na-eme bụ ugbu a websaịtị. Mgbe m ibudata ma wụnye ngwanrọ, ana m echekwa otu ya na m Teknụzụ Buffalo network mbanye.

Ọbụna na azụmahịa, ọ dịghị mkpa. Mgbe m bidoro Obere Indiana maka Pat Coyle, anyị esoghị ndị ọbịa. Ejiri ngwa a ma kwado ya Ingmụ. Anyị nwere ntọala ngalaba niile na-atụ aka Ngwa Google ebe anyị nwere ike iji email yana Google Docs. Enweghị ngwaike, enweghị sọftụwia… kama webware.

Gịnị kpatara na anyị anaghị akpọ ya Webware?

6 Comments

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    Douglas:
    I like it. But aren’t you ignoring “middleware” which was going to solve all of our problems in the nineties. I like webware. Interesting that there is no trademark. A pity the URL has been taken like everything else.

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    I really do love all the web-based apps that continue to emerge and get added to my toolkit. I use Google Docs like crazy and for someone who uses 3-4 different computers in a single day, it is a life saver.

    However, every time I start using a new web-based service, there is always this little voice in the back of my head nagging away at one point. That point is that when I lose my internet connection, I lose access to all of my Google Docs, my database of client invoices, my email, my IM, my countless photos on Flickr, etc. etc.

    This shift towards webware causes us to put more and more of our eggs in one basket. And then we tie a long rope to that basket and fling it out into space. As long as the rope is connected, everything is sweet. But when that rope disappears, I may as well be without power, too.

    I guess my point here is that in order for Webware to really take off, we need more reliable, pervasive, and redundant access to the internet. And having a web browser on your phone isn’t the same. Sure, I can connect my laptop to my verizon mobile phone and surf, but if I go over a certain bandwidth or download limit in a single month, I get booted. I don’t need that kind of stress.

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    I’ve been saying the same thing for quite some time… I always refer to CMS/Online apps as webware already… I’m surprised we don’t hear about it more.

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