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    In a business there are different parts like CEO, CFO, finance director, tax manager, payroll director, and budget director. All the parts help coordinate a business. Lawrence Ellison is an entrepreneur, who created the company Oracle Corporations. The company deals with database software. Which handles the storage, retrieval, and updating of data in a computer system. This software contains programming, set up so that you can retrieve any information in the database at any time. Ellison is the CEO of Oracle Corporations, knowing he isn’t the best to represent the company anymore he is stepping down from CEO to finical manager. He now deals with the stocks and the money portion of the company. Lawrence Ellison owns “25% of Oracle Stocks” (Francis). This is one of the ways Ellison gets paid, is through the stock shares he owns. He also deals with the stocks in his company because he saved Oracle from bankruptcy managing their stocks wisely in previous…

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    Firstly, how much time needed to transition to a paperless system is important. Time can be a precious commodity in an office environment. Implementation of a new technology is not immediate, and in some cases can take years. An example from Friedman describes this ordeal. He mentioned that, “[..]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, 2005, p.3); therefore, shows…

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    Face Of Power Ellison

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    Inc. in 1979 and later in 1982 to Oracle, named after its flagship database product. (Finkle & Scoresby 2012, p. 113) Oracle was the first company to sell a relational database management system, and by 1988 became the world’s largest database management system company. (Oracle Corporation, 2015, p. 6) In 1980 Oracle employed eight people and had revenues of under $1 million. As of 2015 Oracle employed 136,000 people, operates in 145 countries and recorded revenues of $37,047 million and a net…

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    SUTW In Education

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    change can only occur with learning. Opportunities for professional learning must be rethought and offered with purpose and fidelity, while ultimately resulting in true implementation. In this new era, where there is an increased need for professional learning and a decreased budget to offer it every dollar must be used wisely. Student outcomes must boe positively impacted by the time, money, and stakeholder effort that is invested in professional development (learning). A professional learning…

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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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    More emphasis should be placed on learning tasks, learner characteristics, student motivation, and the instructor” (p 102). The perceived notion that Millennials enjoy being online and therefore enjoy taking online courses is an inaccurate statement. Stapleton et al, found that “only 26% of the Millennials reported being satisfied with online courses as compared to other generations” (p. 102). The reason for their dislike was that they preferred to work and interact “face to face” and “preferred…

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    Throughout history, the typical face-to-face learning system has been the only means of education. However, due to the rapid advances in technology, there has been an increase in the number of institutions offering online courses in the modern day. “Total student enrollment in distance education courses went from 754,000 in 1995 to 1.6 million in 1998 (Harasim, 2000), and over 3 million students enrolled in distance courses in the 2000-2001 academic year (Waits and Lewis, 2003). By fall 2007,…

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    • Efficiency: It is very efficient because when the database contains a large number of 1:n relationship and when the user require large number of transaction. • It’s very fast to access data at the top • Large base with a proven technology. Disadvantages: • Implementation complexity: While it is simple and easy to design, it is quite difficult to implement. • Database Management Problem: If you make any changes in the database structure, then you need to make changes in the entire…

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    Online Learning or (eLearning) has been a staple of higher education for a while now. Since the rise of the Internet, Universities have all been able, in various ways, to utilize the newfound technology to help make learning more accessible to students as well as management for faculty (Picciano, 2016). Since many courses and programs (degrees) are offered via Course Management Systems (CMS) or Learning Management Systems (LMS) as opposed to the traditional classroom approach, even registration…

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    100). Mobile technology has been a growing trend in e- learning. Mobile communication devices are used to teach and for students to learn. M-learning has arose out of the universal acceptance of mobile devices which able students to use these devices to support their learning at all times (Cleveland- Innes & Garrison, 2010, p. 205). The use of mobile technology has also improved the quality and use of video conferencing. Students are able to use mobile devices to video conference on the go.…

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