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    Difference b/w webmail webdisk and webserver?

    webmail webdisk and webserver

    what is difference between these three techniques

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    Webmail: The term Webmail is used to describe Web-based email service offered through a websites.
    Webdisk: Webdisk is a remote file storage system accessible via the internet details.
    Webserver: Webserver is a computer that is set up with software and networking to run websites and delivers the web pages to browsers.

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    Webmail: The term used to describe the web-based email services offered through a websites.
    Webdisk: A webdisk is a remote file storage system accessible via the internet details.
    Webserver: A Web server is a computer that is set up with software and networking to run websites and delivers the web pages to browsers.

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    Thanks for sharing nice information shane.

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    This paper argues that the current proliferation of types of systematic reviews creates challenges for the terminology for describing such reviews. Terminology is necessary for planning, describing, appraising, and using reviews, building infrastructure to enable the conduct and use of reviews, and for further developing review methodology. There is insufficient consensus on terminology for a typology of reviews to be produced and any such attempt is likely to be limited by the overlapping nature of the dimensions along which reviews vary. It is therefore proposed that the most useful strategy for the field is to develop terminology for the main dimensions of variation. Three such main dimensions are proposed: (1) aims and approaches (including what the review is aiming to achieve, the theoretical and ideological assumptions, and the use of theory and logics of aggregation and configuration in synthesis); (2) structure and components (including the number and type of mapping and synthesis components and how they relate); and (3) breadth and depth and the extent of ‘work done’ in addressing a research issue (including the breadth of review questions, the detail with which they are addressed, and the amount the review progresses a research agenda). This then provides an overarching strategy to encompass more detailed descriptions of methodology and may lead in time to a more overarching system of terminology for systematic reviews.

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