Internet connection over coaxial cable.
A digital record of what you have done, either online or in a piece of software. This can be erased. There are several types of cache, including a browser cache (most web browsers cache website data by default), memory cache (for instance, data may be served in a system memory or RAM when an application is running), disk cache and processor cache.
Usually an image of distorted text, this is a challenge-response test that a user must pass, so that the computer can determine whether the user is a human or a bot.
A central storage point for your data that you can access from any device, anywhere via an internet connection.
CMS = Content Management System
A system that grants users multiple permission levels, in which they manage sections (or all of) the data, content or information found on a website.
Cookies are used to remember you and your website activity, including your preferences.
CRM = Customer Relationship Management
A system that helps organisations to manage their relationships with customers and potential customers. This includes aspects such as reporting, sales management and contact management, to ensure companies build and maintain relationships, whilst acting as productively as possible.
CSS = Cascading Style Sheet
A set of rules created by designers, that determine how web pages will look.
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