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    members to share opinions or express a personal point of view” (S. Beebe and T. Mottet, 2013, p. 212). I fulfilled this role by asking each group member before a decision was made for sure if they were okay with it. It became redundant; however, I find it better to know these things as soon as possible, rather than to wait and must redo a large portion of the project because a few people did not speak up. So, we decided to split up into groups of two and research different products, such as: language translating ear buds, a device that could act as all the keys you use for a variety of different things, a Taser connected to your smart phone, and iLuun Air. At the next meeting, we compared our research and voted that iLuun Air, a wireless flash drive that can connect to your phones and tablets as well as computers and act as a Wi-Fi hot spot. Once we had decided on this product, we further split up to do additional research on our product. Another task role would be the information seeker, who “asks for additional clarification, facts, or other information that helps the group with the issues at hand” (S. Beebe and T. Mottet, 2013, p. 212). Michael often would say things like, “This is a great idea, but how are we going to convince Bolt to invest in the iLuun?” or “What do you think is the best way to construct the PowerPoint to make the product look best? What will help us sell it?” He could see parts of the project others were neglecting and brought it to everyone’s…

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    This attack was not even carried out on U.S. soil, but still goes down as the biggest “breach of military networks” to date. What we now know as a program by the name of “agent.biz” is scripted to spread from one computer to every other computer in a certain network, just as the Shamoon virus was coded to do to Aramco. The agent.biz virus made its way into the American military networks by simple USB flash drive. It was never released how, but somehow the USB containing the virus was inserted…

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    the member’s verbal and nonverbal responses. The interview is a non-accusatory discussion exercised to build up information that is pertinent to the case. With this information, the investigator can find out more information and have a better judgement as to what exact inspired to unravel the case. Part 2: 1. The lab ought to extract any information from the thumb drive that has been submitted that pertains to the “Product X” from Greenwood Company. Make certain a replica of the information is…

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    ensure compliance with FISMA. VA Handbook 6500.1 and FSS SOP Media Protection provide specific procedures in accordance with NIST guidelines. ISOs are required to ensure local policy is in place, and that local procedures are implemented, documented, reviewed annually and revised as necessary. MP – 2 Media Access – The information system media includes both digital media (e.g., magnetic tapes, external/removable hard drives, flash/thumb drives, compact disks, and digital video disks) and…

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    confiscated would be the USB Flash Drive. A USB Flash Drive is a transferrable storage device made of flash memory that may hold files such as documents, images, or videos. Following best procedures, I took a photograph of the USB flash drive as I found it. Like the computer, I collected any instruction manuals, documentation, and notes associated with the thumb drive. I documented any make, model, or serial number designations on the device. Because the thumb drive was not powered on at…

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    Nt1110 Graphics Card

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    transferred to a computer via USB. • Images can be shared electronically between e devices. • Printed from a camera this can be wireless with Bluetooth and a wireless printer. Cameras have revolved in megapixels as these keep getting better, this means the larger the file size of the image, and you can get very high quality images with an expensive camera. (E) Flash Memory Images are stored normally on flash memory cards such as micro SD or standard SD cards. 16gig memory cards will be able to…

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    from getting hot. The Motherboard: The motherboard is the connection between all of the components. The motherboard has many form factors, these will determine where the components go and the shape of the computer case. The most common motherboard form factors will either be Micro-ATX, Mini-ATX and ATX. The difference between these is the amount of expansion slots, and features. However this does depend on the more advanced motherboard you get. For example a more advanced Mini-ATX motherboard…

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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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    To save data permanently you need to save it to your hard drive or another nonvolatile storage device such as an external hard drive. It is simplest to say the computer’s primary device for permanent storage is the internal hard drive, and it can hold large capacities of data. There are several types of external hard drives that offer storage, but are located outside of the computer system. They connect to the computer through a USB port. The number one reason people use external hard drives…

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    Odysseus Hero's Journey

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    A Hero’s Journey Comparison of The Flash and Odysseus Why does a hero inspire us to challenge ourselves? A hero goes through an amount of challenges that make them who they are. Most of their early challenges are easier than their future challenges. For many heroes they were forced into a situation they would have to make sense of. Odysseus, husband and new father, was forced onto Poseidon’s sea. Odysseus is considered a Greek hero, because he faced hardships that would make him into a great…

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