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    Background Introduction Cryptocurrencies are a digital form of exchange that use encryption to secure the processes involved in conducting transactions. They are a subset of digital currencies having no physical representation. Unlike other forms of currency that are backed by a central bank, cryptocurrencies operate as a a completely decentralized system meaning there is no governing body verifying transactions. Cryptocurrencies consist of more than just Bitcoin. It 's structure is followed by hundreds of alternate "coins" that each offer unique features. Litecoin for instance was designed for faster transactions while Namecoin introduces a few new types of transactions to the Bitcoin formula used for handling domain registration. How to…

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    security, backups, and requirements of the database. 7. The trade-offs for concurrency controls are: a. If it’s too strict it can lead to locking the entire database. b. Other measures have low level of concurrency control. 8. Atomic transaction ensures that all the actions on the database are done or none of them are done at all. If none of them are done then the database remains unchanged. It’s important because if ensures that important actions are taken that would otherwise undermine a…

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    Before some of the advancements in technology, all records of information was saved and filed in cabinets for a specific amount of time before they were disposed of. Now most information will be kept within a database. A database is a group of records that comprise of people, places, or things. An example of a paper-based database is a telephone book. A telephone book has information of phone users in a specific location. Each user is listed by name, address and number. The listed…

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    CRUD – Defining Information Ownership When developing and implementing a relational database, defining the information and users of the system enable definition of the business rules defining the components of the database management system. An example can be evaluated through the use of a CRUD – create, retrieve, update and delete – matrix as it relates to student information and the individuals or departments related to the school that may require access. The resulting model will be used to…

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    Big Data Maddu1c BIS 601: Information Systems Database is nothing but an organized collection of information which is enfolded in a computer, especially it is the one that is approachable in many different ways. A database is well constructed in such a way that it is good designed computer program which can quickly choose the required collection of data. A database is nothing but which is been organized by fields, records and files, a field is a solitary piece of information and record is one…

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    in fact a special price. It is argued that there are some reasons why zero is seen by consumers as a special price. The first one is the difference in transaction costs of a free good and a non-free good. It is much easier to just grab a free Hershey’s than to open backpack or purse, look for a change, and purchase Lindt (Ariely). In another research, it is easier to book a hotel room without breakfast than having to walk 15 minutes to a travel agent to book a room with free breakfast (Nicolau…

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    Bisuness-2-Business processes. Old data could make transactions and business to fail. Databases need to handle all of these issues with ease. The data size will increase dramatically daily if a system like AutoXchange and Covisint runs successfully. The problem is that the relational database management system finds it challenging to handle huge data volumes. The solution to the problem is that the relational database management system needs to add more central processing units as well as to add…

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    Primary Data Analysis

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    What are some activities that the company does it for internal auditing of financial performance? In general, most of the employees give same activities of internal auditing of the financial performance of this company. There are some important internal audit activities that employees apply it such as segregation of duties in the accounting department. For example, each employee has a separate role and implement the duties. Review financial transaction regularly from period to another.…

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    Phar-Mor Fraud Case

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    The Case of Phar-Mor Inc Read “The Case of Phar-Mor Inc.” which can be accessed through the DeVry online library. In 3-4 pages (12-pt type, double-spaced) summarize the case and answer the following questions: 1. Could SOX have prevented the Phar-Mor fraud? How? Which specific sections of SOX? The appropriate response is begging to be proven wrong because the degree that Phar-Mor went to conceal the extortion it might have taken quite a while still to reveal it notwithstanding, over the…

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    Physical properties of PHB: PHB physical properties similar to polypropylene. However, PHB is perfectly isotactic and does not include any chain branching like, for instance, PE. During processing, it flows easily. It is insoluble in water and soluble in chloroform and other chlorinated hydrocarbons. It exhibits good barrier properties against oxygen and compared to other biopolymers. It possesses better physical properties than polypropylene for food packaging applications. (Chaijamrus &…

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