1. a) Assuming that Fastfit goes ahead with its plans to have an e-commerce site, identify two physical locations, from where customers can enter their orders to the ecommerce site and b) For each of the locations that you mentioned, identify the technologies (cover the areas of software, hardware and networks) that a customer would need (at the location) to accomplish this activity? (use a table); Physical Location | Technologies Required | | Hardware | Software | Network | Home | * Personal Computer (Desktop) * Laptop * Modem | Operating Software such as Windows, Web Browsing Capability Security software such as (McAfee, Ad-Aware) | Access to the internet | Office | * Office Computer (Desktop) * Laptop * Modem | Operating Software such as Windows, Web Browsing Capability Security software such as (McAfee, Ad-Aware) | Access to the internet(Wi-Fi) | Customers do not need any additional software and hardware to order online. Customers can pay the product cost by entering their credit card number. So there is no need of any hardware and software in order to make payment online. 2. a) What technology components (cover the categories of software, hardware and networks) do we need at FastFit to interact with our customers on the web?
Finally, SAS 94 addresses the need for the auditor, and its firm, to fully understand the programming and technology that is being used for any given company. This audit is going to address the IT systems themselves and the control risk that it presents. The auditor is going to work directly with the programmers and IT department to thoroughly at the software and hardware that is being used by the organization to keep its systems and stored data secure and accessible only by those parties that have the permissions to do so (Hunton, 2004, p. 219).
PRG/211 Final Project Calorie Management 28 February 2014 Introduction Development teams and programmers possess the knowledge of writing code to educe the power of computers to solve problems and perform various tasks. Proper communication with customers and organizations ensures a thorough understanding of a particular problem so a program can be designed to meet needs and expectations of customers and organizations. Successfully solving problems with program software requires planning and analyzing to ensure all aspects of the problem meet the required expectations. “Planning your program using a sequence of steps referred to as the program development cycle, will enable you to use your time efficiently and will help you design error-free
As for the other departments in the company that use computers can create the interface that best suits their needs and their business type. The POS will allow the clerks to continue business as usual with the exception of customer basic information can now be accessed from the POS screen and an area for specific notes for each customer. Inventory, Suppliers, Customers, Employees, Departments, are managed and maintained through a series of powerful databases. All of the information entered into the system are integrated and managed by each database. For security reasons Managers can control who has access to the system and each user is assigned a unique security profile that determines exactly what features and functions can be accessed.
Team members also looked at the networking capabilities, computer systems at each plant. The team decided that a few Joint Application Development sessions would be appropriate in order to assist the team determine and understand the requirements. The
Systems Management 2. Network Management 3. Storage Management Vendors that provide services and equipment to aid in this regard are HP, IBM, and Microsoft. Systems management is dealing with software changes and implementation, this will also include the computers themselves used in the business. Network Management has to do with a number of things including security, but mostly network hardware and connectivity or cabling.
Technicians also use the internet to reference. It is key that technicians be able to negative and use software utilized their employer ------------------------------------------------- Pharmacy technicians pour, count, weight, measure and sometimes mix a variety of medications. Because of all that, technicians need knowledge of algebra, arithmetic, geometry, calculus .They must know how to their daily work in pharmacy work and in making pharmaceutical calculations P3: The key procedures within a science laboratory If you work in pharmacy you must make sure that you keep to your legal and professional responsibilities and that your workload or working conditions do not present a risk to patient care or public
Shirley Carter SLS 1105-218 Strategies for Success 06/04/2011 Individual Work-7 Outline The Life of a computer Engineer I. Introduction A. Background information (interesting facts, statistics, and rhetorical questions) 1. A computer engineer can take, and build anything from roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, bridges, dams, and underground systems all over the world. B. Thesis Statement: (Include Topic Controlling Idea, 3 Aspects/Focal Points.)
Thus, employers must establish and develop acceptable use policies that will serve to educate and inform employees about the acceptable use of workplace computers and technology. Restricting Workplace Computer Usage The use of technology and the Internet, in the workplace, offers many new opportunities for businesses. The use of technology and the internet allows many companies to reduce operating costs and expenses, to increase communication with employees and customers, and allows employees to perform their jobs more effectively and efficiently. The establishment of a site on the internet also enables companies to operate on a larger scale and easily expand product lines. However, in addition to using the Internet for work-related purposes, employees are also using the Internet for personal use, whether for sending personal e-mail messages, playing computer games, downloading pornography, shopping online, checking stock prices, or gambling.