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    From the data center, to the cloud, fog, and mist, the nature of data storage and access has transformed quite a bit over recent history. Although most would agree that the capabilities distributed computing have brought to society are quite expansive, every piece of technology always brings with it concerns and questions. Much like the French Philosopher Paul Virilio who stated, “When you invent the ship, you invent the shipwreck,” [1] the introduction of distributed ways of sharing and…

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    Computer Industry Contents Executive Summary 2 Introduction to the Company 3 Analysis and evaluation of the theoretical concepts 3 Competitive environment of Dell Company 4 Impact of Globalization on the Dell Company 4 Sustainability and Globalization factors of Dell 5 Mass customization and Globalization 5 Outsourcing and Business Model 5 Internet and e-commerce 5 New technologies to support sustainable computing 6 Market and distribution trend 6 Dell_ the leading Company 6…

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    St. Louis Smart City

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    due to traffic and fuel waste. DOE Smart Grid Integration Challenge for Cities • 4. St. Louis receives a higher rating for this program based on its reliance on non-nuclear green energy sources and low level of Federal support to date compared to other cities in this study. • 2. Compared to other cities in this study, St. Louis is less ready for this program based on low levels of customer adoption and not having transitioned to a large scale Smart Grid approach to…

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    promotes flexibility, availability, and scalability of computer resources at low running costs. However, just like all technologies, cloud computing too has various challenges. These include limitations to integration and customization, performance risks, reliability and interoperability, and security and privacy challenges (Elmonem, Nasr, & Geith, 2016). Cloud Computing within the Healthcare Sector Traditionally, there has been an underutilization of technology within the healthcare sector…

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    Cost Estimation This cost estimation consists of estimating the size and complexity of the Omnitracs project, not the actual projected dollar costs. Understanding the business and technical complexities of the project “helps in assembling the right sponsors, project manager and team, as well as the inherent risks” (searchcio). Table 1 outlines the size and complexity of the Omnitracs project. The above assessment shows the Omnitracs project is a medium size, moderately complex. This assessment…

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    New Haven is a city located in Connecticut. It was founded by English Puritans in 1638 who laid the city according to grid, which is known as the “Nine Square Plan.” The founders of New Haven wanted to create a strong realm of commercial business in the spacious harbor of Long Island; They were even hopeful to have control as far south as the Delaware Bay. New Haven’s urban development experienced many ups and downs in its’urban development. ("New Haven | Connecticuthistory.Org") In its early…

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    This phenomenal technology cloud computing has expeditiously evolved in the field of Information Technology. Cloud Service Providers (CPS) have brought diverse transformation changes in cloud computing. This technology has formed new opportunities /haven for criminal activities. The paper has used a descriptive literature review to determine issues that are at present affecting digital investigations. There are several issues that influence the preservation, acquisition and data acquisition of…

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    Shadt Case

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    1. How would you describe the architecture Dr.Schadt users to do his research? Dr. Schadt utilizes Amazon's cloud Computing while he was on the airplanes to do his work. After the airplane landed, he already has the information he needed to present. The definition of Cloud Computing provided by our book is A style of infrastructure where capacity, applications, and services (such as development, maintenance, or secury) are provided by a third-party provider over the internet often on a "fee for…

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    Security Countermeasures

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    Modern power systems are made up of several interacting national systems. These systems interact providing essential support and monitoring in various power grids or sectors. While the advantages of systems interacting are bountiful in information gathering and sharing, it is not without certain drawbacks. Our society is dependent upon the availability of power and is quickly incapacitated by its loss. Simply observe the moderate disruption that is caused during severe weather. Often, these…

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    be an engineer. I grew up playing math games, building lego sets, and taking apart electronics. My Senior Capstone Experience (SCE) will definitely be in the area of engineering. More specifically, I would love to do either computer science or electrical engineering, as these are the areas I want to major in when I go to college. I came to GSMST because I have always had an interest in engineering, and GSMST has only made that interest stronger. My courses have definitely played a big role.…

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