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    CMS for Businesses Content Management System (CMS) can be defined as a system for managing a website’s web content. CMS offers its user’s, including those without critical coding and web technology skills, a powerful platform to accomplish common functions such as content editing from a web browser. The system contains two elements; the Content Delivery Application (CDA) and the Content Management Application (CMS). Some of the typical features of a CMS include; Format Management, Web Publishing, Revision Control as well as Search, Indexing and Retrieval tools. The web publishing feature for instance, allows users to set or use pre-designed templates and wizards to build and modify selected web content. The revision control feature is designed…

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    Medical Errors

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    Conclusion. Finally, creating an awareness in medical errors is important so that way healthcare facilities realize what issues arise because of medical errors. Harming patients is not a good thing, so healthcare facilities need to act and make a positive change in the healthcare environment. As I stated above, I do believe that it is important to incorporate training sessions in healthcare facilities so that individuals learn tips to increase patient safety. Using the rewarding system is one…

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    Cost Of Paperless

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    Firstly, how much time needed is important it is something that always needs management. For example: “Next, we began the huge task of scanning old paper files and moving existing electronic files into the document management system. It took almost two years to complete” (Friedman, G. H. 2005), which shows that a great deal of time is required to set up possible computer systems Next, the initial cost is an important factor to consider for, computer systems “[…] require a considerable…

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    today, it was, at one point, the only way. Up until recently, intricate coding was used to publish the text, images, layout, and behavior of a website, according to an article on www.bbc.co.uk by Jill Clarke. HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, is code used to upload text and pictures. The format and display of the website on various types of devices is controlled by CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets. Lastly, the way the website acts is controlled by JavaScript. All of these coding languages were…

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    After years of steering clear of sexually explicit material in favor of the frisky but softer content favored by Hugh Hefner, Playboy has embraced hardcore pay-per-view programming and has launched the hard porn channels, Spice and Vivid. In the beginning the shift proved beneficial to Playboy as in 2001 the TV production had higher margins (26%) than the magazine ones (2%) and the television business made up 45% of the revenues (Business Week, 2002). Thus, Playboy decided to expand even further…

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    produce positive results? That is what an Enterprise Architecture (EA) is for! The Meridian-Webster dictionary defined EA as a conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation of an organization with the intent to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current and future objectives. This paper presents a comparison between two of the most popular Enterprise Architecture, TOGAF and FEAF. Are these two frameworks any different? Are they industry specific?…

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    During my internship as a web developer at Data to Insight (D2I) center, I did many different types of work from trivial tasks like organizing assets to substantial technology-based project like building a full function website from scratch. I got started my job with simple static websites, and then began to maintain and improve websites built on different Web Content Management Systems, and tried to create brand new websites using CMSs later. Occasionally I also needed to help on some…

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    Interface Management securely opens and managed enterprise data and applications that are need to fill a request. It offers a range of functionalities, such as; transforming data to fill the request, filtering data to collect the right information, combining different sets of data stored in different enterprise systems, transporting the data by translating the protocols between the request and the database, controlling traffic amongst multiple request from multiple users, and overall routing the…

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    As the company branched out and expanded to different states so Jack changed the name in 1969 to Enterprise Leasing Company, in honor of the U.S.S. Enterprise aircraft carrier upon which he served in the Navy. The energy crises of the 1970s hindered Enterprise Leasing Company’s expansion but accelerated growth occurred in the 1980s even though Hertz and National entered the hometown market. According to Tucker and Salamie (2005), “a key ingredient to Enterprises success was the innovative…

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    The Startup Entrepreneurs and the Open Source Software Pivot The open source technology industry advances to become more regulated and isolating that makes it difficult for new players to have a point. The expertise of use for software with hardware is much better known. This is the era of the developer-defined system, where they have the power to take a decision in making technologies like cloud infrastructure and applications. The open source technologies have proven one of the most influence…

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