The office is using Apple-Talk as a graphic and design tool. The browser which is using to access the internet is Netscape with Norton Antivirus. They also use Arc Serve to back up the office data. The office using Token ring network Admin/Ops. The office is using Windows 2000 server to support the two servers and the office machines with the I/O
Install, configure, maintain, upgrade, and troubleshoot file, email, and authentication servers, as well as Internet access and other networked services. Assist users with software, hardware, and connectivity issues. Monitor network and systems for performance, security, and other issues. (reference) As a system administrator I am part of an information technology (IT), department, but if you wish you can work for yourself. My love of computers sparked my endeavor into this field.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT INVENTION OF THE 1980’S There were many significant innovations and inventions of the 1980’s but there can only be one greatest invention and through my research I discovered that that was by far and undoubtedly the invention of Windows 1 which was released in November 1985. The invention of Windows by Bill Gates of Microsoft allowed America and other nations all over the world to access computers and opened the doorway for the personal computer in every home. Windows brought the icon to the desktop and allowed the running of mini programs to begin by simply clicking on its icon. To open another screen the user simply had to click on that other screens icon. This type of use made learning Windows both automatic and enjoyable.
Microsoft was on the forefront of this technology revolution, with its partnership with IBM and the successful release of computing software that made the use of computers invaluable for everyday use in business and in the home (A History of Windows, n.d.). The last decade has changed the landscape further with smart phones and tablets coming onto the market and the prevalence they are gaining in everyday personal and business use. Fidelman (2012) states that recent statistics show a major shift to mobile technologies, citing an extensive use of mobile devices connecting to corporate networks both business provided and personal mobile devices. Changing With The Landscape “Microsoft stands with one foot in the past, and its
It also can be adjusted for my comfort. Desk - It can be different size or shape depending of office needs. High Tec Telephone - It could be hand free set or just have different features such as: answering machine, calls on hold, address book and match more. High Tec Printer - It could include all in one functions, such as: scanner - scan from both sides printer - print color, print both sides, staple, print different sizes and different formats. photocopier - copy color, both sides, staple, can be zoomed in/out produce high volumes of printouts/copies very quickly File Cabinets - Different size for different office needs, can also be draws and be protected with lock.
Technology Assessment Sarah Brown Harold Griffin HSA 520- Health Information Systems February 9, 2013 Health care information systems and use of computer technology emerged in the early 1960’s with the rise of computers and the emergence of the first computer systems being used in health care. At that time, computers were utilized mainly for patient accounting purposes and payroll tasks. These activities were processed on expensive computers identified as “mainframes”. During the 1970’s, as a result of advances in technology, information systems were operating throughout the health care community. These information systems, now driven by technology, provide an overall structure to illustrate the widespread organization of health information across computerized systems and its protected swapping of information amongst consumers, providers, government and quality control agencies, and insurance companies.
Introduction For the purpose of this assignment I have chosen to review a client with atrial fibrillation in a primary care setting. I will discuss the patient’s original presentation, including analysis and interpretation of his 12 lead electrocardiogram (ECG), diagnosis and subsequent management. Throughout the assignment I will discuss local and national guidelines and the evidence behind the chosen management for this client. For the purpose of this assignment the client will be referred to as Mr. Jones. Cardiac arrhythmias affect more than 700,000 people in England is one of the top ten reasons for hospital admission (Department of Health 2005).
The hospital should consider system subsystem security application for the prevention of system vulnerabilities, e.g. system attacks or threats. The security system would include Open-System Interconnection that within accordance with federal law and HIPPAA as a vital requirement within the security system. Patton-Fuller system should sustain routers that provide data stored or sent is protected from the outside (hackers) from accessing patient data without authorization (Chadha & Kant, 2008). Another requirement Patton-Fuller Hospital is necessary for the system infrastructure registration for URL address and is about ten dollars per month.
The use of smart phones and broadband-enabled devises has allowed patients to do their own monitoring of vital signs and body functions and upload them to their medical provider’s clinical servers (Meingast, M./ Roosta, T./Sastry, S., 2006). They even have the ability to do videoconferencing via their phones for remote consultations with their doctors. Using technology to take advantage of remote monitoring systems is allowing patients to take a very active approach in prevention and care. But patients aren’t the only ones adapting to the new technologies available. Hospitals are also evolving
Moreover, many of the patients in the ward require high dependency care or are classed as ward intensive care. GOSH implemented a medical-grade network with no single point of failure for its network. The hospital uses a side-wide wireless which provide seamless roaming around the hospital. It allows the clinicians to walk throughout the hospital wirelessly connected. The hospital is also making a major change to Apple technology