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    I am not just myself. I am not just one among the masses, one in a sea of seven billion, one in an infinity of complexity—far from it. I am a library, containing everything, indeed everything, that has touched my life, no matter how small and trivial or how big and traumatic. I am salvation. Physical, spiritual, mental salvation I bring. The feeling of duty and responsibility that brands a savior rides for free in the vehicle I drive on my journey. I am a leader. I must be the overprotective…

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    D1 - Discuss how potential errors in the design and construction of a database can be avoided. Accidental deletion of fields When a database is being used you might find it easy to accidently delete data which could mean a lot of stress if it is something which is very valuable. One main way to avoid this would be to make sure that back-ups are made of the data, so whatever the matter the data will not be completely lost. Back-ups can be stored on anything like a memory stick or an external…

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    1. Explain why mandatory access control (MAC) is better than discretionary access control (DAC)? Answer: Both mandatory access control (MAC) and discretionary access control (DAC) are important in a multiple user environment where restrictions are very important. Both are popular access control models. But they have some differences. We will find out these differences and the facts that will prove mandatory access control is better than discretionary access control. Basically, they provide…

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    Nt1330 Unit 1 Paper

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    The rational for having Rouge One communications data centralize on a file server using a Distributed File System (DFS) is simple. When the data is centralized, instead of being spread out and existing on multiple computers will make it be easier to manage. The way this is going to be solve is a backup of the user data will be taken. This is to ensure that nothing will be lost. Then a Distributed File System (DFS) will be setup on the Rouge One communications file server. A Distributed File…

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    1.07 Case Study Answer

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    1. a) Considering the nature of the represented data, the form of the visual is appropriate and delivers the information in an effective manner. The table presents information clearly and is easy to read (DeSmet 1; What You Need to Know). This choice of visual in a form of table results from the idea that a table can depict a wide range of numerical data and “present several variables for a number of items” (Markel 192). Nevertheless, the table needs a title and the indication of the measure,…

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    Mongodb Case Study

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    Caution No blank lines is allowed in the MongoDB Script Sampler. If there is a blank line after MongoDB statement, the statement will still be executed but the word “ok” will be displayed in the response. Add new document into the collection Step 1 Change the “Script” area of the MongoDB Script sampler with insert query. In this case, the query of adding document into the collection is shown as follows: db.getCollection('zips').insert({"city" : "BABYLON", "loc" : [ 32.211100, 44.251500 ],…

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    Nt1310 Unit 1 Paragraph

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    We’ve used a lot of devices and storages so far in our life, but one thing that might be weird to people is the RAID. RAID stand for redundant array of independent disks and is a place for people to store their information. It is stored on CDs, instead of the normal flash drives and hard drives. RAIDS are different from the normal CDs, because they have to divide the data and spread the blocks into several megabytes for RAID to work. This is to make RAID efficient and fast. There are lots of…

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    A scenario that best elucidates the operation of a 24 hour knowledge factory involves three or more geographically and temporally distributed software R&D teams. Traditionally, this scenario required that the complete project is sequentially moderated and assigned alternately to each of the teams. Collaboration between the teams, in this case, is minimal, restricted to communicating through the various interface provided. Unlike the traditional development model, the 24-h knowledge factory…

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    Inconceivable Informatics is a wish at the association purpose behind information science, programming structure and human associations. It deals with the purposes of interest, contraptions, and procedures appreciative overhauling the purchasing, securing, recuperation, and usage of information in wellbeing and biomedicine. It merges PCs, office rules, formal restorative phrasings, and information and communication systems. It is connected with the areas of nursing, clinical thought dentistry,…

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    Mise-en-scene – Mise-en-scene is an academic term that refers the arrangement of everything that appears in the corporate video, which includes décor, props, actors, lighting and costume that placing in this video. 1. Location & Environment - The corporate video was obviously filmed in indoor and outdoor of college and the environment of the college emphasizes the study life and the facilities at KIC. 2. Set design – The set design were focused on the décor and the props in the video, such as…

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