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    Blooms Taxonomy Case Study

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    Taxonomy 3.1 Knowledge Define what a computer is. The word: ‘computer’, had many definitions throughout history. The first meaning was a calculator – the UNIVAC machine to be exact. The UNIVAC was a privatized machine which predicted next presidents to be elected, its system: artificial intelligence: ‘computer’ being trademarked by UNIVAC in easier terms but that changed over time. When IBM released its own calculator to go against the UNIVAC, the term ‘computer’ changed to ‘an automatic…

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    The Grandmother of Software Who Never Looked Back Clocks dot the workplaces of people spanning the globe, and the vast majority of those clocks move perpetually clockwise. However, Grace Hopper, a naval computer engineer, owned a clock that was the exception. Her clock moved counterclockwise (Cushman B6) and was an expression of her gravitation towards creative change instead of always solving problems in the same way. Throughout her career, her personal conviction shone through as she shook up…

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    Are People Too Dependent on Computers It is hard to imagine life without computers. Computers have opened society up to an entire world of possibilities. They give them the ability to do things previously unimagined. Computers and the Internet are used to work, shop, socialize, pay bills, access healthcare information, be entertained, and even acquire an education. People have grown to rely on these technologies and are too dependent on computers. Relying on computers without alternatives that…

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    machines led to the first digital computers that stored numbers electronically, experimented with by a Harvard professor and mathematicians. Two years later scientists at the University of Pennsylvania built the first fully-electronic computer, used by industry to mass-produce, (Fuller G , R Buckminster, P. 339). They evolved quickly during the 1940s and were used by the military and planes (Fuller G , R Buckminster, P. 339). The development of the transistor made the computer more refined by…

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    Malware Attacks

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    Malware Attacks Malware is a software designed to stop computer systems. You can also collect sensitive information from the user's computer. The impact that malware attacks have on a company is that company details might be compromised and limit employee / customer access to your account. Malware can come from e-mails, files or USB memories, where once opened or inserted, malware spreads to the computer system and starts modifying the system without users knowing it. The consequence that a user…

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    Cell phones, work computers, cached password information, unsecure workstations, and unmanaged web environments all play huge in information leaks. So many people set up home networks or wireless networks with no security. The same goes for business men or women that are not encrypting their data when they travel or use networks away from home. Especially with improperly set up networks or firewalls. Firewalls are software or hardware that helps screen access. It is designed…

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    http://s.imgur.com/a/KegII [Accessed 10 November 2016]. The concept of the CPU is a brain for electronics to utilise computer functions resourcefully so that every computer can initiate input and output controls. Inside a CPU is tiny electrical boards (and + end gates) that process the information of the any certain program a user would run. The major CPU manufacturers for computers are Intel, AMD that dominate the market (rivals) along with NVIDIA, HP and Qualcomm. In today’s digital industry…

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    Assignment 2 COLLAPSE I was in microcenter today looking to buy a new Netbook because my tablet PC hade broking touch screen and Wi-Fi network problem, when I get there I surprise that they can repair many devices like computers and tablet PC like Microsoft surface , hardware and software problems they work in OSX and windows and android operation system ,also they do data backup in hard drive and flash drive if you lows your data , in this case the price up to how many GB(gigabyte) you…

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    two networks. Also if we plan on being number one in the global widget industry we need to take into account possible threats not only from outside but also within our network. We are going to have to deploy hardware as well as software to protect our network. A computer use policy will also have to be created as we will have a unified network with more people accessing the resources it contains. Potential Threats There are many different threats that could potentially disrupt our network,…

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    For this assignment I will evaluate Apple Inc.’s business segments of computers, smartphones, and tablets while analyzing the Electronic Computer Manufacturing industry (NAICS 334111). This expanding global industry is comprised of a variety of electronics companies including Apple Inc., Samsung Electronics Co., and Hewlett-Packard Co. The concentration of this particular industry is somewhat high since the market is primarily occupied by several large firms. The life cycle of this industry…

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