Memory on your computer that is used to store frequently accessed webpages, allowing you to access these sites more quickly upon subsequent visits. Byte
A unit of digital information corresponding to one character. Cloud Computing
Is location independent, allowing technologists to use computational resources on demand, similar to how the electrical grid functions. Expertise in the systems being used is unnecessary, as the technology infrastructure in the cloud is fully supported. Users interact with the cloud through a web-browser, and data is stored on remote servers, typically in a grid. CMS
Content Management System (same definition as Admin, above) Content Delivery Network (CDN)
A globally distributed network of servers designed to improve webpage loading times by mirroring the webpage in a location that is geographically close to the user. Cookies
A small file that certain websites send to your computer to keep track of your preferred settings or to keep you logged in, for example, Hotmail or Gmail.
The Art World and the World Wide Web. Essays, Interviews and Case Studies.