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The scope of this paper will begin by discussing how my use of online sources has developed over the period of the course. It will then examine how Metzgar (2007) has influenced my ability to search and evaluate the credibility and reliability of various online sources. Finally, I will identify the advantages and limitations I faced whilst working in an online collaborative community and how I dealt with those circumstances. My concept of using online resources has broadened since week 1 when I went back to the basics and touched on the history behind the uprising of what we now call the World Wide Web. Amazingly, the first e-mail was sent 43 years ago, back in 1971, and then it took a further 28 years before we saw the first online social network, Friends Reunited, in 1999 (The University of North Carolina, 2013).
Jennifer Schneider – NT 1230 – Client-Server Networking – Unit 3; Assignment 1 IPv6 Addressing 1.) Research the following organizations and explain their involvement with the Internet Public IP Addresses a. American Registry for Internet Numbers: Allocates, transfers and records maintenance of IP addresses as well as reverse DSN. b. Internet Assigned Numbers Authority: Allocates IP addresses from the pools of unallocated addresses to the RIRs according to their needs as described by global policy and to document protocol c. Asia-Pacific Network Information Center: Distributes and maintains IPv6 addresses 2.) Approximately how many IPv4 addresses are possible? There are approximately 4.3 billion IPv4 addresses available.
HIST 1312-003 History of the United States Since 1865 245E Business Building, 11-11:50 MWF Instructor: Dr. Robert B. Fairbanks Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: UH 349 Office Hours: 11-12 M, 9:30-11 TR Although when we use the word history we instinctively think of the past, this is an error, for history is actually a bridge connecting that past with the present . . . . Allan Nevins DESCRIPTION OF COURSE CONTENT: An introduction to the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the United States since 1865.
ACC 290 Week 5 Individual Assignment Financial Reporting Problem Part II Financial Reporting Problem Part II Access the internet to acquire a copy of the most recent annual report for the public traded company used to complete the Financial Reporting Problem, Part 1 assignment due in ACC 290 Week Four. Analyze the information contained in the company’s balance sheet and income statement to answer the following questions: Are the assets included under the company’s current assets listed in the proper order? Explain your answer. How are the company’s assets classified? What are cash equivalents?
1, "The Truth About Textbooks: Indians and the Settlement of America" (if you don’t have your textbook yet, the chapter is available electronically under “Course Reserves” on the CSUSM Library website. Bring a copy to your discussion section meeting.) 2) Jules Benjamin, "How to Read a History Assignment…” , pp. 19-56, from A Student's Guide to History , 10th edition (available electronically under “Course Reserves” on the CSUSM Library website.) 3) Discussion Questions for Week 1 (posted on Cougar Course site for this class.)
Managing the marketing function begins with a complete analysis of the company’s situation.The marketer should conduct a SWOT analysis, by which it evaluates the company’s overall strengths (S), weaknesses (W), opportunities (O), and threats (T). Conduct a SWOT analysis for your organization. Review chapter 14 in your eBook. Direct marketing is rich in tools, from traditional old favorites such as direct mail, catalogs, and telemarketing to the Internet and other new digital approaches. What direct marketing tools does your organization use?
Select an organization that started as a brick and mortar business and is now engaged in e-business (e.g., Toys 'R' Us or Home Depot). Prepare a 700-1,050-word paper explaining how e-business has affected your selected organization's business processes. Be sure to give a brief history of the company and to analyze the advantages, limitations, and risks of using or not using the Internet for business activities.Â Please read the above carefully - the history is to be "brief" and at least 75% of the paper is to be on e business - including how it specifically affected the business you selected!Â Founded in 1978, The Home Depot (Retail) is the world's largest home improvement specialty retailer and the second largest retailer in the United States, with fiscal 2005 sales of $81.5 billion. The company employs approximately 345,000 associates and has 2,056 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico. Through its Home Depot Supply Division, the company operates one of the nation's largest diversified wholesale distributors, with operations in 41 states and Canada.
4. Choose a career from the following list: financial planner, financial analyst, accountant, risk manager, cash manager, treasurer, CFO, and comptroller. Use the Internet to find information about this career, and answer the questions below. TIP: The U.S. Occupational Outlook Handbook (http://www.bls.gov/oco/) may be a good source for this information. a.
Xinlei Dai 5135586 Semester 2/2010 Table of Contents Supply Chain Strategy 3 Visions and Missions 4 Generic Strategy 5 Resource-Based Model 6 Value Chain Analysis 9 Macro-Environment Analysis 10 Industry Analysis 14 SWOT Analysis 16 Reference 17 Appendices 18 Appendix A: Company Background 18 Appendix B: Market Share Around the World 19 Appendix C: Organizational Structure 20 Appendix D: Details of SWOT Analysis 24 Supply Chain Strategy Coca-Cola Supply (CCS) was created earlier this year to make sure Coke products get from the bottler to customers as efficiently as possible. (See Appendix A for Company Background and Appendix B for Coca-Cola market share around the world) The company is a legal entity jointly owned by Coca-Cola North America and Coca-Cola Enterprises, the Atlanta-based bottler. There are more than 70 bottlers in the United States alone, and all are invited to participate in the supply chain company, which is providing system-wide leadership to address supply chain issues through integrated planning, joint initiatives and best practice processes. According to CCS, they are transforming the supply chain from a series of discrete, inconsistent activities to a single, harmonious and sustainable system that is more customer-focused. They are moving toward the Centralized System.