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Oxford Dictionary: A series of coded software instructions to control the operation of a computer or other machine.
Webster’s Dictionary: A sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute; "the program required several hundred lines of code".
A program is an intermediate language that helps the user and the machine communicate. The user gives instructions to the machine through the program and the machine sends its output back to the user the same way.
A computer program or code, more specifically, is a set of instructions in an intermediate language between the user and a computer. The computer only understands a language called the...
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Today, many people rely on computers to do homework, work, and create or store useful information. Therefore, it's important for the information to be stored and kept properly. It's also extremely important to protect computers from data loss, misuse and abuse. For example, businesses need to keep their information secure and shielded from hackers. Home users also need to ensure their credit card numbers are secure when participating in online transactions. A computer security risk is any action that could cause loss of information to software, data, processing incompatibilities or damage to computer hardware.
An intentional breach in computer security is known as a computer crime, which...
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Lecture 1: Hello World!
The Very Basics
What is a computer?
What is a computer program?
• Series of commands that the computer interprets and
• For a program to accomplish a task the commands
must be put together in a meaningful way.
What are the ingredients of a program
that does something?
• The program must be written in a programming language that the
computer can understand. There are several languages: Pascal, Fortran,
C++, Java etc.
• The program must follow the rules of the language. The programmer
must know the words and the grammar.
• The instructions must be written in the correct sequence.
• The totallity of...
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The dictionary definition of the term “organizing” is “to put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole”. Therefore, this term applies to Computer Organization because it tries “to put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole” the main components of computers and the way computers are organized.
Modern computer technology requires professionals of every computing specialty to understand both hardware and software. The interaction between hardware and software at a variety of levels also offers a framework for understanding the fundamentals of computing. Whether our primary interacts is hardware or software, Information Technology, Computer...
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8.0 PROGRAMMING 8.1.1 Definition Program : Programming Language:
8.1 Introduction to Programming
Prepared by : Pn. Marzita Ismail (SC Unit)
a series of instructions that directs a computer to perform tasks. A set of words, abbreviations, and symbol that enables a programmer to communicate instructions to a computer Eg: Java, C++, Fortran, Cobol, C 8.1.2 Types of Programming Language:
1) Low Level Programming Language
• • Why Low Level? : Because it is designed closer to the hardware Machine Language (1st Generation) Assembly Language (2nd Generation) Made up of instructions written in binary code (0 and 1). • Written in mnemonics, more English-like code; codes shorter than The...
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THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ETHICS AND LAW
DEFINITION OF ETHICS In general, ethics is a moral philosophy where a person makes a specific moral choice and sticks to it. On the other hand, ethics in computing means moral guidelines to refer to when using the computer and computer networks. This includes the Internet. DEFINITION OF LAW Law is a legal system comprising of rules and principles that govern the affairs of a community and controlled by a political authority. Law differs from one country to another. In the era of technology, computer law is needed to clarify goods or actions that fall under the computer law. Computer law refers to all areas in law that requires an understanding of...
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Computers at work, school and home
Computer is an electronic, digital device which is operated under given instructions stored in its own memory. Computers are very useful to us. They are used almost everywhere even at work, school and home by people to complete certain tasks or work. There are many types of computers such as desktop computers, pocket PC, and even smartphones. Computer consists of two components. They are hardware and software. The hardware are the parts of computer itself including the Central Processing Unit (CPU) and related microchips and micro-circuitry, keyboards, monitors, case and drives (hard, CD, DVD, floppy, optical, tape, etc...). Other extra...
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Pros and Cons of Computer Technology in the Classroom
Author: Kathleen Patrice Gulley
University: California State University, Sacramento
Course: Educational Leadership and Policy Studies EDLP 225 :: Advanced Seminar: Ethical Decision Making
Instructor: Dr. Rosemary Papalewis
Term: Spring 2003
The world is constantly changing and ways in which we function at home, work and school are also changing. The speed at which technology has developed plays a major role in these changes. From e-mail to on-line classes, computers are definitely influential in our lives, and can enhance the learning process in schools in various ways. With the increasing popularity of computer...
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We use a conversational and non-technical way to introduce the introductory skills that you will need to develop in order to become comfortable with accessing and using computer programs. We will concentrate on the skills that will apply to many commonly used programs. Topics to be covered include: Hardware Basics, Windows Basics, and working with text.
Computer Basic Skills
Microsoft Windows PCs
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Basic Computer Components
Computers come in different shapes and sizes. However, there are several parts on a computer that are universal to all computers.
Hardware vs. Software
Hardware includes the parts of the computer system...
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End User License Agreements
Microsoft Software License Terms
User Rights Granted by Microsoft
Write a paragraph defining the rights of the user in Microsoft’s EULA. Your paragraph must include what rights the user has to use, copy, and install the software. Can you sell or transfer the software to someone else? On how many devices may you install the software?
Microsoft’s EULA states that the user has the right to install 1 copy of the software on 1 computer to be used by one person at a time. One cannot sell the software. They can however transfer it with seemingly strict guidelines. They may do so directly on a licensed computer with a COA. The user may reassign...
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"The Beauty and Joy of Computing: Computer Science for Everyone", Constructionism 2012, Athens. About the development of CS 10, Berkeley's new CS breadth course for non-majors.
Why Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs matters In 2011, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of MIT, the Boston Globe made a list of the most important MIT innovations, and they asked me to explain the importance of SICP. This is what I sent them.
"Bringing 'No Ceiling' to Scratch: Can One Language Serve Kids and Computer Scientists?" (with Jens Mönig, a talk at the Constructionism 2010 conference in Paris). Scratch is the brilliant grandchild of Logo, from the MIT Media Lab, that uses drag-and-drop...
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Fill in the Blank
1. Windows Easy Transfer supports two types of migrations, called Side by Side and Wipe and Load?
2. When a serious problem occurs with Windows 7, you might be able to repair it by starting the Windows PE operating system and running diagnostic tools, in this scenario, Windows PE is called by another name, which is:
Windows RE (Windows Recovery Environment) - name given to a Windows PE on a computer with Windows 7 already installed.
3. To migrate use profile information from one computer to another, you can use either Windows Easy Transfer - GUI or User State Migration Tool (USMT) – Command Line Interface
4. A computer running Windows PE will...
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Unit 5 assignment 1: video summary 3
Video 1.05 is about CPUs, how a CPU is organized, CPU speed, advances in processing speed, Cache, Sockets, ZIF and Heat. Video 1.05 shows the roles of the Controller, ALU, cache, frontside bus and backside bus. Also shows us the difference between multiprocessing, multiprocessors and dual core processors.
* CPU Speed
* Advances in processing speed
Terms used in video 1.05 with their definitions
* Major manufactures: Intel and AMD
* System bus: A system bus is a single computer bus for the data transfer between the central processing unit and the memory.
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Keeping information secure in the workplace
A hacker is a person who breaks codes and passwords to gain unauthorised entry to computer systems. A system hacker knows about designing and maintaining operating systems and a password hacker knows how to find out someone else's password.
Computer hacking is most common among teenagers and young adults, although there are many older hackers as well. Many hackers enjoy learning more about how computers work and get excitement out of cracking the security of remote computer systems. They often enjoy programming and have expert-level skills in one particular program. For these individuals, computer hacking is a real life application...
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In the beginning of civilization, people used fingers and pebbles for computing purposes. In fact, the word 'digit us' in Latin actually means 'finger' and 'calculus' means 'pebble'. This gives a clue into the origin of early computing concepts. With the growth of civilization, the computing needs also grew. The need for a mechanism to perform lengthy calculations led to the invention of the first calculator and then the computers.
The term 'computer' is derived from the word 'compute', which means to calculate. A computer is an electronic machine, devised for performing calculations and controlling operations that can be expressed either in logical or numerical...
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Unite 2 home work
UNIT 2 HOME WORK
1. What does a professional programmer usually do first to gain an understanding of a problem?
.Break the larger problem into independent sub-problems
2. What is pseudocode?
Pseudocode is a detailed yet readable description of what a computer program or algorithm must do, and is expressed in a formally-styled natural language rather than in a programming language.
3. Computer programs typically perform what three steps?
a. Determine the Procedures and Services to Report
b. Identify the Correct Codes
c. Determine the Need for Modifiers
4. What does the term “user-friendly” mean?
That the software or device...
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PT1420 Wk 3 Unit 3
James W. Norris, II
April 14, 2013
What is reverse engineering? Ans: Reverse Engineering is taking apart an abject to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object. This practice is frequently used on computer hardware and software.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using reverse engineering to discover the logics of a software program? Ans: Software reverse engineering is done to retrieve the source code of a program because the source code was lost, to study how the program performs certain operations, to improve the performance of a program, to fix a “bug” or error in the program.Hardware reverse engineering...
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Classification Description: Malicious Code and Activity
Base on the premise that there is a mix of computers running Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Mac OS X, you must research and devise a plan to thwart malicious code and activity by implementing countermeasures and prevention techniques for dealing with viruses, worms, logic bombs, Trojan horses, and other related forms of intentionally created deviant code.
Malicious software is written with the intent to damage or infect the system of Richman Investment. Malicious code or software is a threat to any internet-connected device or computer. The main goal of the attack is to affect one...
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Computer Maintenance and
Table of Contents
Dust, Static, and Heat issues 5
Downloading Unauthorized Software7
Maintenance and cleaning9
Internal hardware installation9
Basic principles for supporting I/O devices9
I/O Device 19
I/O Device 26
I/O Device 36
Multimedia and Mass Storage Devices9
Installing a Video Card9
Installing a DVD Drive6
Electronic equipment and gadgets are on the rise and are also one of the fastest growing waste around...
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With the introduction of computer accounting as an area of studying has outline it’s important because with two or three weeks of training, a computer program can prepare financial statement using computer application.
Accounting is an important function in the business sector. It helps business to keep records of income and expenses that occurs to the day to day activity of the organization or business. Accounting involve in the preparation of general journal, spreadsheet, ledger sheet and others which frightens and makes it difficult to some people. In the computerized accounting section, it helps make it easy and interesting to the individual. Indeed computerized accounting has a...
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The Triumph of the nerds Paper
The first true nerds were young men who obsessed over computer programming. They would stay up for days at a time to program, not talk to anyone, smell terrible, and fell in love with computers. They developed the first more or less working computers and some applications, better operating systems and such. Nerds created programs for fun, tried to take over the computer market, and continued to expand their knowledge.
Impressing Their Friends-The first computer developed by these nerds was developed in a garage in Silicon Valley. Every one of them built a version of a computer in their garages. Ed Roberts developed the Altair (first personal computer)...
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The average person does not go to work expecting to have big brother looking over their shoulder when they are using their computer. In this day and age the monitoring of computer usage has become more prevalent than it was in the past. As a computer user you have access to more resources on many computers that are just a few mouse clicks away. With your computer at work you can send emails to the four corners of the earth. Today, you can use the World Wide Web to get look at just about anything you can imagine. This includes pictures, sounds, and video. The desktop computer has become a very powerful tool in today’s workplace. There are downsides to this power too. Because of these...
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Operating systems are event driven collection of programs that manages integrate hardware and software services and makes them available to users, hardware, and other operating systems. The main goal for an Operating system is to make it easier for users and I/O devices. The major services of the operating system are:
User Interface and Command Execution Services
The main purpose of this service is to be an intermediate between the user and the computer. The two main interfaces are the Graphical User Interface GUI and the Command Line Interface CMI. As their names suggest with the GUI everything is primarily displayed as images and somewhat “dumb-ed” down for users. The CMI mechanism...
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* Is the purposeful application of information in the degree of production and utilization of good and services in the organization of human activities.
1. Tangible – blue prints, prototypes, and operating manual
2. Intangible – problem solving and training methods
3. High – powerful force
4. Intermediate – medium level of force
5. Low – labor or weaker force
Five Common Uses of Technologies in the Classroom
1. Social media and websites
2. Ipad and laptops
3. Teachers are using SMARTBOARDS and clickers
4. Computer based standardized test to predict the performance of the student in one year
5. Computer reading are...
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February 13 2013
Causes and Effects of the Computer/Information Revolution
By illustrating the lifestyle of the computer revolution through advancements in human society whether it be medicine, school or businesses, computers paints a vivid image of a world that is interconnected providing further advancement upon our society; only to create a bigger, faster and more efficient world. The 21st century is known as the information and or computer revolution. As Hamming states, "the industrial revolution released man from being a beast of burden; computer revolution will similarly release him from slavery to dull, repetitive routine" (Hamming 4). The revolution began after World War...
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William Henry "Bill" Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is an American business magnate, philanthropist, investor, computer programmer, and inventor. Gates is the former chief executive and chairman of Microsoft, the world’s largest personal-computer software company, which he co-founded with Paul Allen.
He is consistently ranked in the Forbes list of the world's wealthiest people and was the wealthiest overall from 1995 to 2009—excluding 2008, when he was ranked third; in 2011 he was the wealthiest American and the world's second wealthiest person. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires List, Gates became the world's richest person again in May 2013, a position that...
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Memory Management Requirements
Professor: Kelvin Upson
Before I can discuss the requirements of memory management, I first have to define what memory management is. According to information found at the following location, http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/memory-management, “memory management is the process of controlling and coordinating computer memory, assigning portions called blocks to various running programs to optimize overall system performance. Memory management resides in hardware, in the OS (operating system), and in programs and applications.” Also, memory management is simply stated as the act of managing computer memory. Now that we have...
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On this assignment, I will explain reflection, refraction, and Optics.
Refraction is the change in direction of a wave due to a change in its transmission medium. This is most commonly observed when a wave passes from one medium to another at any angle other than 90° or 0°. Refraction of light is the most commonly observed phenomenon, but any type of wave can refract when it interacts with a medium, for example when sound waves pass from one medium into another or when water waves move into water of a different depth. One real example is when you stick your hand in a pond or a lake, and it looks as if your forearm has been bent.
Reflection is the change in direction of a wavefront at an...
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n: Computers and Technology
Review Questions Chapter 1
1.3 Describe the approach taken to the handling of data in the early file-based systems.
In the early file based system their all data was in written form, due to the lake of education, due to the in-familiarity with new techniques, lake of computer knowledge so all the data required would be stored in a file or files owned by the programs.
Discuss the disadvantages of this approach.
Different programs could be written in different languages, and would not be able to access another program's files. This would be true even for those programs written in the same language, because a program needs to know the...
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4 local Studies:
1. Facility Inventory System
Introduction: Nowadays, companies becoming more competent as time pass. Anytime from now a new strategy, technology and discoveries may come up just for them to gain much profit.
The problem that will be encountered is the maintenance for the system and the consistency of it to be used for a long time. We will be using a Structured system analysis and design for our methodology. We will also use Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 as our programming language.
2. Online Sales and Inventory System of ACME Hardware
Introduction: From the very earliest moments in the modern history of thecomputer, the people and the business world have witnessed...
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Technology simply put is “the branch of knowledge that deals with the creation and use of technical means and their interrelation with life, society, and the environment, drawing upon such subjects as industrial arts, engineering, applied science, and pure science.” (Dictionary.com, LLC., 2010). Technology can range from anything between your cell phone to your microwave, toaster oven to a shower head, and pretty much everything in between. The benefits to such technology are great. It makes life easier, makes running a business easier and more efficient, makes life more entertaining, and it can even help save lives. There is a vast world of technology out there, and most of us have yet to...
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Securing Information Systems
• Why are information systems vulnerable to destruction, error, and abuse?
• What is the business value of security and control?
• What are the components of an organizational framework for security and control?
• Evaluate the most important tools and technologies for safeguarding information resources.
Online Games Need Security, Too
• Problem: Threat of attacks from hackers hoping to steal information or gaming assets.
• Solutions: Deploy an advanced security system to identify threats and reduce hacking attempts.
• NetContinuum’s NC-2000 AG firewall and Cenzic’s ClickToSecure service work in tandem to minimize...
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Children today learn how to use a computer as soon as they are able to get their little fingers on one. It’s a different world than it was 20 years ago. Kids are given I-pads in school instead of notebooks. Almost everyone has access to the Internet at all times on his or her telephones. Technology is at our fingertips at almost every minute of our day. There is really no way for a parent to keep their child from technology unless they literally keep them in a cave. Seeing as how that may not be realistic, software developers have created a way for parents to keep their children safe while using technology. They have created parental control programs.
Parents control programs allow...
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Week 3 Reflection
Novemember 21, 2013
Week 3 Reflection
BIS/220 Introduction to Computer Applications Systems is a course that describes how database are used in the work environment, explains the benefits of collaborating tools to the work environment, and compare types of electronic commerce. A database collects records or stores information that is stored in a computer in a logical manner so that the information can be stored, managed, or retrieved. Databases are useful for large amounts of data and producing reports and documents for school or a workplace environment. There are a number of ways that the database can contribute to the success of...
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Module 3: Operating-System Structures
Operating System Services
System Design and Implementation
Common System Components
Main Memory Management
I/O System Management
A process is a program in execution. A process needs certain resources, including CPU time, memory, files, and I/O devices, to accomplish its task.
The operating system is...
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Exercise 1.3.1 What is the decimal value of Byte 1 by itself? What is the decimal value of Byte 2 by itself?
Answer: 25, 233
Exercise 1.5.1 On the desktop of your operating system, create a new folder called Classes. Open the C: drive and locate the path through the subfolders from the root directory C: to get to your Classes folder. This path will differ slightly depending on the operating system. Record the navigation path to get to your new Classes folder. Hint: Most directory structures that include the desktop of a computer involve finding a folder for users and selecting the correct user.
Answer: click on start, then computer, then desktop and the “Class” file is there.
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Balatbat, Maricar N. December 09, 2014 BBF 2-7s Homework
1. WHAT IS MIS?
MIS is short for management information system or management information services.
Management information system, or MIS, broadly refers to a computer-based system that provides managers with the tools to organize, evaluate and...
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Apple Inc.(part 5)
Critical Thinking Question
-What early advances in information technology did Apple Computer develop?
Apple Computer developed a worldwide computer network that connected Apple’s employees, sales force, dealers, and third-party developers. It is now thought of as the basic form electronic mail which connected each segments with each other regardless of location and time. In simple, it was a direct connection for internal company support; intranet.
-How were these early advances precursors to later developments at Apple?
Later the early developments lead to the development of AppleLink Personal Edition, which allowed e-mail exchanges among personal computer...
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UPC (1973): The UPC barcode system, an elegantly simple matrix of information that can be customized for almost any type of transaction and can yield as much data as needed.
Pioneering Speech Recognition: At the Seattle World’s Fair in 1962, IBM showcased the world’s most advanced speech recognition system, the “Shoebox”
The punch card tabulator: Herman Hollerith, a young technical whiz at the US Census Bureau, invented the first tabulating machines helped count the 1890 census, saving the bureau several years’ work and more than US$5
IBM 1401 Mainframe (1959): IBM introduced the 1401, the first high-volume,...
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An Insight Into Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality is a creation of a highly interactive computer based multimedia environment in which the user becomes a participant with the computer in a "virtually real" world1
We are living in an era characterized by 3D virtual systems created by computer graphics. In the concept called Virtual Reality (VR), the virtual reality engineer is combining computer, video, image-processing, and sensor technologies so that a human can enter into and react with spaces generated by computer graphics.
In 1969-70, a MIT scientist went to the University of Utah, where he began to work with vector generated graphics. He built a see-through helmet...
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NT1230 Client Server Networking
Unit 1 Problem Set 1
1. the general public in the United States will be able to purchase all of the Windows 7 editions in retail stores except... Starter, Home basic and Enterprise.
2. the core module that provides all of the Windows 7 capability that isn't language- or edition-specific is called... MinWin Module.
3. When you copy a file to a library, Windows Explorer writes the file to the folder designated as the … Save Location.
4. To use federated search, you must download or create XML files for specific sites called... Connectors.
5. The only operating system edition that you can upgrade in-place...
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DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHM
GROUP THREE(3) ASSIGNMENT
THE KOLMOGOROV COMPLEXITY ALGORITHM
In algorithmic information theory (a subfield of computer science and mathematics), the Kolmogorov complexity (also known as descriptive complexity, Kolmogorov–Chaitin complexity, algorithmic entropy, or program-size complexity) of an object, such as a piece of text, is a measure of the computability resources needed to...
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Automated Inventory System for a Small Business
January 15, 2015
Budget Plan for Automated Inventory System
Inventory systems can be a challenging and costly part of running a small business. Many businesses today are heavily reliant on automated inventory systems to alleviate the frustrations of manually tracking and reordering items. Automating the inventory system to a small business may seem costly, but it is really cost efficient and reduces the time consuming tasks involved with inventory. A key advantage of having an automated inventory system is producing an accurate count which can prevent costly issues. Several programs are available to keep track of...
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Kaplan University Online
IT 332 Principles of Information Systems Architecture
June 2, 2014
I attest that this is my original work.
I have not used unauthorized source of information - including paid sites/services - either modified or unmodified.
I attest that the only source of information used in the development of this project has been retrieved from the course textbook and those sources listed within the documentation that is being provided as part of this assignment.
I have not given other fellow student(s) access to my code, script, diagram, etc., in any form.
Part 1. Project Definition
Instruction set architecture (ISA)...
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Firewall software has programs which are designed to monitor the data and also control the flow of traffic between the PC’s and the network. They are used to prevent unapproved access to PC’s or networks. The programs in firewall can allow, control access, encrypt, or substitute computer traffic based on settings.
Advantages and disadvantages of software firewall:
The advantage of firewall software is that it runs directly on the computer where it can also know about the network traffic along with what port it is using and where it is going. Firewall keeps in track about the programs that are trying to access internet and it identifies whether it is authorized or...
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Electronic Commerce – as the use of the computer to facilitate all of firm’s operation.
Firm’s internal business areas; Finance, Human Resources, Information Services, Manufacturing, and Marketing.
Finance deals mainly with the Financial Community, Stockholders and Owners and firm’s Customer. Human Resources has special interest in the Global Community and Labor Unions. Information Services interfaces with hardware and software Suppliers. Manufacturing is responsible for dealing with the firm’s Suppliers, and Labor Unions. Marketing is primarily responsible for interfacing with the firm’s Customers and Competitors. All of the areas interface with the Government.
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File management and file systems are a core part of the user experience for most users. They provide many essential and necessary functions for the user as well as almost anyone else working with a computer system. They provide anything from long term existence to the ability to create and delete stored data.
Some of the benefits to the user are long term existence, the ability to be shared between processes and structure. Long term existence is an important aspect because it can be stored and recalled in the future. Imagine being stuck in the days the original Nintendo for example. You could play a...
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Republic of the Philippines
BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Don Claro M. Recto Campus
Marawoy, Lipa City
I. TITLE: BEATING PROCRASTNATION: A PROPOSED PROJECT DEDICATED IN ALTERINGPROCRASTINATION AMONG FRESHMEN COMPUTER-GAME-ENTHUSIAST STUDENTS
II. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT:
The proposed action plan will consist of activities wherein the developers prepared a preventive approach. The first part will cover the introduction of time management and procrastination and its consequences. This is only the initiation of orienting the target subject by means of conducting a half-day seminar. Followed by uniting the students through team building and workshop, this is to understand and know...
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Republic of the Philippines
EAST PACIFIC COMPUTER COLLEGE
EPCC Campound, Baybay, Catarman
PAYROLL SYSTEM OF EMPLOYEES IN EAST PACIFIC COMPUTER COLLEGE
RAUL C. GACUSAN, Ph. D.
OUR ALMIGHTY GOD
Table of Contents
Chapter 1- INTRODUCTION
Background of the Study 1
Objectives of the Study 2
Background of the Study
A grading system is a great help to students and to the school Administrator in maintaining and monitoring students’ performance. It will be easy for the students to determine their grades in every subject taken especially right after the end of a...