(web'-wAr) - Internet based software, providing a variety of online applications first performed on offline computers, which are accessible from any web browser.
Examples: SalesForce.com, NetLedger.com, QuickBooks for the Web, iMail.com, and Web Based Drives
In the 1950's - 1970's mainframe and minicomputer
"hardware" developed by leaps and bounds.
In the 1980's we saw consulting and training opportunities for microcomputer "software" grow.
In the 1990's we saw the opportunities grow for "Netware" and Windows software network versions.
In the 2000's we will see "webware" opportunities grow at the pace of the Internet.
But there are also pitfalls.