For NetSecIT, I would implement all access controls on this organization because of the size of the company and the remote access. For administrative controls I would administer a password policy. For the logical/technical controls I would have passwords checked and enforced. For the software controls I would make sure that updates are checked regularly. For the hardware controls I would utilize MAC filtering and smart card use.
The photocopier is used to copy documents and reprint them. The printer is used to print out copies of documents from the computer. The scanner is used to scan paper documents and put them onto the computer so the organisation has both an electronic and paper copy and can also send them to other people if necessary. 1.2 - Describe the different features of different types of office equipment The different features on a computer means that I can use the internet to research information about the task I need to compete. Another use of the computer is that it allows me to be able to keep track of all our orders and accounts on one system.
How do you check that the information you have put on to the system is correct and accurate and why is it important do so? Once I have uploaded all of the information about the candidate, I then Save and Close. All the candidates are stored under my username and password with a quick view menu of all candidates I have stored in the all candidates section. When doing this how do you get the candidate’s information up on your screen in the first place to e able to get their phone number? To be able to update candidate’s information I ring the candidate, I have an option on Tracker which is called an ‘Update call’ which I use to store all the updated information about the candidate on the quick ‘update call’ menu about any information they have given me, expand here by saying for example and then explain what the information
Computers should have some form of operating system where the information is backed up every day or periodically. This is done so the information is always available or restored accurately regardless of a computer crash. This information should be done and the backup should not be kept in the same office just in case of a fire or other incident. All computers used in the accounting should have passwords that are not easy for others to remember. Audit trails are important in a computerized accounting because they should be easily traced from all transactions.
Knowing the purpose of a call before making the call is important as the call will sound professional, be concise and you will obtain all the information you require, it may also be useful to have questions you need answering written down and to have any relevant information to hand. 1.3 Describe different ways of obtaining the names and numbers of people that need to be contacted. • Enquire within the company to see if anyone has dealt with the person before or if they may know of someone who can help. • If a company name is known try searching for number on their website, try calling the company directly to see if anyone can help with your search. • If name is known search online phone book or type straight into a search engine such as Google.
The supplier end new products to that warehouse for inventory 9. Warehouse confirm the information from HQ after receiving products 10. Warehouse sends the good s to the store for placement on shelves for customers 11. Store sells products to customers 2. a) List the specific items of information that are usually gathered at the POS (Point of Sale terminal or cash register) and recorded when a customer checks out (excluding obtaining the identity of the customer which is covered in Q3)? b) What are three important uses of this information at the store by the store manager and three important uses of this information by management at the headquarters– a total of six uses?
Unit 221 – Use office equipment Outcome 1: Know about different types of office equipment and its uses 1.1 – Telephones – Used for communicating with other businesses or customers. Photocopier – Used to copy and print anything that is needed to be printed, for example peoples CV's or peoples passports (identification). Computers – Used to research things on the internet and store documents safely. You also use it to create documents. Faxes – Used to fax documents over to other businesses or to people who need the documents you are faxing through.
(Bank of America, 2012) For illustration, we will be using an ATM at the user’s bank itself, so that if there is a problem the user can go inside and discuss this problem with a representative of the bank, with the assumption that they are at the ATM and currently have an account with funds at the bank. Step 1: User inserts ATM card into card reader and waits for ATM response. Step 2: User is prompted for personal identification number (PIN) and uses keypad to enter PIN. Step 3: User is prompted with a transaction menu and selects withdraw. Step 4: User is prompted to use the keypad to enter the amount they wish to withdraw, or to choose a preselected amount to withdraw.
The remittance advice should therefore specify the invoice number(s) for which payment is tendered. In countries where cheques are still used, most companies' invoices are designed so that customers return a portion of the invoice, called a remittance advice, with their payment. In countries where wire transfer is the predominant payment method, invoices are commonly accompanied by standardised bank transfer order forms (like acceptgiros (Netherlands) and Überweisungen (German)) which include a field into which the invoice or client number can be encoded, usually in a computer-readable way. The payer fills in his account details and hands the form to a clerk at, or mails it to, his bank, which will then transfer the money. The employee who opens the incoming mail should initially compare the amount of cash received with the amount shown on the remittance advice.
Unlock any cabinets, drawers or files that are usually unlocked during business hours. The phone should be taken off of voicemail or the answering service called to inform them that the office staff has arrived for the day. At this point you will collect the messages that have been left the night before. Make sure that you write the messages on a message pad to confirm a copy is kept and ensure that the writing is legible. You should then check the fax machine for documents and distribute them accordingly.