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    the best? If you’re like me and just about everyone else on this planet you probably have a smartphone or at least know what they do. Dictionary.com defines a smartphone as “a device that combines a cell phone with a hand-held computer with internet access”. (“Smartphone”). Growing up in the smartphone era I have been exposed to all the hype and excitement that people express for their smartphones, almost treating them as if they were family. I on the other hand have never paid much attention to…

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    Dell's Case Study: Dell Inc.

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    Unlike its competitors, Dell’s built to order model allows customization based on specification of each client’s needs. As Michael Dell has stated, this direct relationship “creates valuable information” about the customer, thus Dell knows who the end users are, what they have bought from Dell and what their preferences are, a fact that allows Dell to offer add-on products and services, and stay, in general, closer to the customer (Kraemer, 2001). As Lawton et al (Lawton, 2001) suggest, this…

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    While ubiquitous Internet access is extremely convenient and enables marvelous new applications for mobile users, it also creates a major security vulnerability—by placing a passive receiver in the vicinity of the wireless transmitter, that receiver can obtain a copy of every packet that is transmitted! These packets can contain all kinds of sensitive information, including passwords, social security numbers, trade secrets, and private personal messages. A passive receiver that records a copy of…

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    Stockholders’ equity will increase D. Liabilities will decrease 3) Using accrual accounting, expenses are recorded and reported only: When they are incurred whether or not cash is paid When they are incurred and paid at the same time If they are paid before they are incurred If they are paid after they are incurred 4) Stockholders’ equity can be described as claims of Creditors on total assets Owners on total assets Customers on total assets Debtors on total assets 5) The…

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    during business hours (8 A.M. to 6 P.M.) on mobile voice communications, send 30 text messages per day, and five photos per week. Use your spreadsheet software to determine the wireless service and handset that will offer both the best pricing per user over a two-year period. For the purposes of this exercise, you do not need to consider corporate…

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    For instance, DELL staffs are able to access to internet or intranet through wireless broadband connection within the plant. This allows them to respond immediately to any issues pertaining to customer feedback and complaint. 6.0 Conclusions and Recommendations The customer expectations…

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    Right from the start, Microsoft prevailed as it started as a software company in 1975 and begun its rise by 1980, when Bill Gates had signed a contract to supply IBM with operating system software, called Microsoft Disk Operating System, for Big Blue 's new computer the PC (Long). Microsoft 's big break came when they supplied software to a popular computer which established their technology around the world. Launching…

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    still quite new and their accuracy has yet to be consistently demonstrated. Like the Bluetooth solution, WiFi has the advantage of being able to provide a data channel as well as location methodology. WiFi also requires relatively expensive access points in any area where a person or device needs to be tracked. Similarly, any device to be tracked needs the expensive WiFi radio in it. Since WiFi was not designed to determine location, many workarounds need to be developed before it can…

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    Introduction: The advancement in the internet technologies (2G, 3G) as well as the mobile communication industry along with the increasing popularity of mobile communication devices such as smart phones, tablets, net books and laptops, has led to the emergence of mobile commerce as an alternative business model. Mobile phone today is considered as a lifestyle device and not just a tool to connect (Thakur & Srivastava, 2012). Its functionality has gone far beyond the function of merely connecting…

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    mob and emphasising the sentimental religious issue to counter the opposition. The Daily Star, a widely circulated national daily, reported that a motley group comprising local leaders of pro-Awami League organisations, BNP men, madrasa students and common people were allegedly behind the communal violence at Ramu on Saturday night.[4] At a subsequent procession, some people demanded the arrest of Uttam Kumar Barua. At around 11:30 PM, a third procession marched towards Barua Parha, and some of…

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