Internet Presence Provider -- A gateway to the world wide web providing dedicated servers hosting information that makes up the internet. Commonly a storage utility for individual web sites.
A company or organization which provides "storage space" on the Internet for their customers' information, usually for a fee. See also ISP.
A business that provides consulting, software development, and web site design services that give your company a presence on the Internet.
or Internet Presence Provider is a company that specialises in providing webhosting and other related applications services.
or " host provider"="Internet Presence Provider"; the company you pay to host a personal domain, e.g. the company I pay in order for me to run the site bahai-library.com. Many companies are both an ISP and an IPP.
Internet Presence Provider or IPP is a company that creates and/or hosts Web sites.
Internet Presence Provider. A company that allows individuals or other companies to use their server space to house Internet/WWW documents. Nowadays nearlu every ISP is an IPP, so you don't hear this term very often.
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A company that allows individuals or other companies to use their server space to host web sites. Nearly every ISP is an IPP, so you don't hear this term very often.
Internet Presence Provider: designs, programs and hosts or serves your internet services, mostly Web sites on the Internet. Inter-tech.net is your IPP.
Internet Printing Protocol.
Internet Presence Provider. we at Resources Plus are your IPP solution and ISP solution, for Website hosting and design. We do not provide dial up services.
Internet Presence Provider. An IPP provides the infrastructure needed to present (or HOST) your Web site (i.e., your online presence) to the Internet public. Most ISPs are also IPPs, and vice versa. But there are IPPs that do nothing but host Web sites. And there are ISPs that exclusively provide dial-up Internet access.
Also called a virtual host. In order to establish a full-time presence on the internet, one needs to have computers that are connected continuously to the Internet. Special hardware and software are needed as well as constant maintenance of a full-time high speed connection to the internet. An IPP provides services to relieve an entity from the burden of dedicating costly hardware/software and valuable human resources to its web presence effort. Because the electronic frontage (or web site) actually resides on the IPP's computers, and not that of the entity, it's virtual.
Internet Presence Provider. A company that specializes in establishing storefronts and other servers for businesses that want to get on the Internet.
Stands for "Internet presence provider," which is the same thing as a host.
Internet Presence service Provider – Internet business which provide web hosting services for web sites
The nternet rinting rotocol (IPP) is a sanctioned Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standard for printing documents over the web. IPP defines basic handshaking and communication methods, but does not enforce the format of the print data stream. Typically, a standard page description language, such as HP PCL or Adobe PostScript, would be used.
Internet Presence Provider. Another name for a hosting provider.
(Internet Presence Provider) No dial-up connections sold - just hosting. IPPs usually specialize in providing Web site hosting, hosting of on-line databases, catalogues and e-commerce solutions etc.