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Professional Legal Ethical and Social Issues - ... Fig 1. Flowchart of legal issues source: JISClegal information ETHICAL ISSUES: Ethics defined as moral principles that govern a person’s behaviour or the conducting of an activity (Oxford 2014). Ethical issues are considered to be morally good practices that should be followed and professional bodies involved. The issues like freedom of information, privacy, copyright legislations, legality of software and social media misuse are all within the use of IT. Ethics is not just about what is right and what is wrong (Garret & Lewis, 2008).it also includes moral systems and principles and stakeholder analysis....   [tags: lecture capture system]
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Target: The Largest Data Breach/Attack - In December 2013, Target was attacked by a cyber-attack due to a data breach. Target is a widely known retailer that has millions of consumers flocking every day to the retailer to partake in the stores wonders. The Target Data Breach is now known as the largest data breach/attack surpassing the TJX data breach in 2007. “The second-biggest attack struck TJX Companies, the parent company of TJMaxx and Marshall’s, which said in 2007 that about 45 million credit cards and debit cards had been compromised.” (Timberg, Yang, & Tsukayama, 2013) The data breach occurred to Target was a strong swift kick to the guts to not only the retailer/corporation, but to employees and consumers....   [tags: cyber attack, data breach, hackers]
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Summer Term Reflection Paper - Summer Term Reflection Paper As I look back on the beginning of my journey to a better career and life I can remember the weeks and months leading up to the first day of class. I remember visiting the college and speaking with an advisor to decide exactly what it was I wanted to do, and the steps it would take for me to reach my goals. I recall talking with the advisor about the requirements for my General Education credits as well my need to take a preparatory class for algebra because I scored to low on the placement exam to be allowed to take the full college level math....   [tags: Reflection Paper] 995 words
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Security in Cloud Computing - ... What version is it on now. Authentication, authorization, and access control The cloud service provider provides the authentication,authorisation and access control in general.It is important how he could provide them. How often do they check for and remove unoriginal accounts. How many privileged accounts can access their systems and your data. What type of authentication is required by privileged users. Does your company share a common namespace with the service provider or indirectly with other tenants....   [tags: network, servers, hyper -jacking attacks] 1196 words
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And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, published by Washington Square Press, is regarded by most critics to be her masterpiece. After publishing almost eighty books, this was the one she was truly most proud of. Why. Mainly, because critics have quoted it to have sold more copies than Shakespeare and the Bible. However, Christie has so much more to be proud of in this novel. With an outstanding mystery/murder plot, combined with a dark, cryptic setting involving many deranged guests; one can see she has accomplished a lot in this novel.Ten guests are invited to a mysterious island called "Indian Island"....   [tags: essays research papers] 498 words
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International Hotel Groups and Their Sucess Story - ... IHG Hotels & Resorts are known for sharing their expertise of the surrounding environment and help guests truly discovers the true essence of the destination. Candlewood Suites was started in 1995 and is primarily focused on rate sensitive business travelers who are looking to take lodging for extended periods of time. Candlewood provides its guest with overall lower rates per night but still offers a fairly wide distribution of services and amenities. StayBridge Suites is fairly similar to Candlewood but it targets the upscale market segment....   [tags: hotel chains, comfort, travelers, etiquete] 557 words
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” is a poem about a lone sailor who survives a disastrous voyage at sea. Believing himself to be responsible for this tragedy he dooms himself to recount his tale to strangers. The most common interpretation of this poem is the religious view of crime and punishment. Early in the poem the Mariner shoots an albatross a symbol of good luck. Since it is a moral wrong to shoot the albatross, for you are supposed to love “all things both great and small”, the crew eventually was punished....   [tags: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner]
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Industrial Relations to Human Resource Management: Disparity and Similarity - ... Within labor relationship, PM can be seen as customary notion (pluralist), simultaneous bargaining, yet low commitment or trust, opposite with HRM (commitment, individual and unitarist). Related with management, the role of PM as professional not widely integrated upon base management. Other distinctions based on Guest (1987) lies on control system (PM use external, HRM apply individual control), organization form (PM as centralised organization, HRM more flexible), assessment requirement (PM emphasize on cost reduction, whilst HRM accentuate in human resource utilization)....   [tags: labor, negotiation, role, aspects]
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Review of "The Clockwork Three" by Matthew J. Kirby - ... They soon became friends after that. When Fredrick came back home he saw his Master Branch dealing with customers, the customers were Madame Pomeroy with Hannah and Yakov. In Giuseppe’s stash of money, he almost had enough money to buy a boat ticket, so he could go back to Italy and see siblings. The next day when Giuseppe went to check his stash he saw Stephano holding all the money he was saving up for a boat ticket and he was holding Giuseppe’s green violin. He soon ran away and hid in a cave until a park warden found him....   [tags: Kidnapped, Children, Adversity]
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How to Attract More People to Your Blog - So, you've got a great blog with a top-notch design brimming with excellent content. You take a peek at your traffic stats and you see that you haven't gained as many visitors as you would have liked, maybe it even dipped down a bit. While taking the 'you write it and they will come' approach looks good on paper, in the real world you have to face the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of blogs out there, all competing to be read. Don't be discouraged though, I've been through that as well but with a bit of Web 2.0 elbow grease and some solid web marketing techniques, you will see your traffic rise up slowly but steadily over time....   [tags: Instructional essay, Process essay] 1181 words
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The Effects of Technology on the Hospitality Industry - ... For example instead of downloading a 12 track cd, the subscriber downloads a 150 track “route 66” or the “civil war battlefield” tour. I tours are a combination of voices, music and sounds designed to make the travel experience fascinating and memorable. I tours can be made available in multiple languages. While the content consists primarily of voice narratives with background music, the narratives can be supplemented with oral histories, theatrical scenes, interviews, period music, and sound effects....   [tags: gps, navis, location] 1289 words
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Professors Must Remember to Respect Students' Time - It is 10 o’clock at night, and I am still sitting in an auditorium full of students, watching a movie. I am tired and hungry, not to mention dreading the thirty-minute drive home. Why am I sitting in an auditorium at 10 o’clock at night watching a movie, you may ask. The answer is very simple: I am in class. No, I did not schedule my class at this time. However, I was required to see the movie at this time for a grade. Unfortunately this situation is not rare; this situation is a problem most Maryville College students will face sometime in their college career....   [tags: Education, teachers, college] 964 words
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The Road to Mecca by Muhammad Asad - ... Yes, Asad might be a friend of amir but what if he is just an ordinary guy who just converted to Islam. What is the right way to treat him as a guest. From this chapter, I realized that our attitude is really important because it reflects who we are. Asad said in his book, he realized that the sense of brotherhood in Islam is so strong. We can just tell it by reading this chapter. Ibn musaad tried his best to serve Asad and this is the best way for us to treat the guests despite of who they are....   [tags: jew, islam, jeddah] 764 words
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Pushing Value in the Hotel Industry - Introduction Hospitality industry is a fluctuating industry. One of the reasons is that because it is an industry that depends highly in seasonality period (Font, Penalva & Sampol, 2011). Seasonality according to Butler cited in Weidner (2006) is “the temporal imbalance in the phenomenon in tourism”. In hospitality industry, seasonality can be illustrated as in a period of time, hotels will be facing its peak season where there will be high occupancy and in another period of time, it will face low season where there will be lower occupancy....   [tags: Hospitality, Cost, Strategy]
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Website Developement for El Indio Restaurant - ... Not only can you launch the information on the website but you provide your guest with a mailing list option so they can stay up to date with any announcements cost effective. A website maximazies your lead performance by opening u p to the world. Tourist making plans to come to Tucson ca find your restaurant online increasing potential cutomers You can provide customers with an endless supply of images depicting your restaurant, food and location. Let them get a visual of wht to expect. Make their mouths water in anticipation....   [tags: functions, specifications, technology] 937 words
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Revenue Management in Hotel Industry - Introduction Today the use of revenue management is dramatically changed for the past few decades. As revenue management shows its importance in the industry, revenue managers now have more strategic roles than just analyzing and applying opening and closing rates and forecasting them for the next weeks and months. They are now responsible for controlling revenue from other income generating assets at the hotel. They also became closely associated with marketing colleagues and interact with competitors as well as predicting the actions of competitors....   [tags: marketing, hotel chains]
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The Romantic Ideal: Ballet’s Supernatural - ... In comparison, the estranged world of the wilis and the afterlife of Giselle is characterized by a harsher, white moonlit stage. “Moonlight was the outward symbol of the atmosphere of poetic mystery” (10). By juxtaposing the locations, the “evocation of strange landscapes and the customs and manners of far-off peoples,” (3) contributes to the surreal aura of the ballet. By emphasizing the unusual through the contrast of these two places, the ghostly wilis’ world is estranged. The development of color manipulation in stage scenery thus promoted the capabilities of ballet to embody the Romantic ideal of the supernatural in an amplified spectacle....   [tags: isolation, narratives, choreography, style] 1034 words
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Labour Conditions in Hong Kong - ... It is the primary quality. A concierge is in charge of providing information about the hotel facilities and handling all guests’ inquiries taking into account the expectations of the property. Qualification Candidates should be able to work with a team, be passionate about serving people. The candidate must exceed and anticipate the guest’s expectations. He/she should be able to interact in a proper way with guests, with confidentiality, friendliness and professionalism; and also give appropriate advices....   [tags: taxation, free trade] 1753 words
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CRM In Casinos - Casinos in the United States have invested billions of dollars on elaborate architectural themes to expensive light shows in an effort to differentiate themselves from their competitors. Although successful at attracting spectators who marvel at Bellagio’s dancing fountains and Luxor’s grand pyramid, this investment has failed at bringing in gamblers, the main source of casinos’ revenues because the games they offer are identical and therefore commoditized. In order to attract customers and gain market share, casinos have had to provide a personalized gambling experience in the form of excellent customer service, lavishing comps and rewards on players, and making them feel special and import...   [tags: Customer Relationship Management Gambling] 1099 words
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The Kalam Cosmological Argument - For the purposes of this debate, I take the sign of a poor argument to be that the negation of the premises are more plausible than their affirmations. With that in mind, kohai must demonstrate that the following premises are probably false: KCA 1. Whatever begins to exist has a cause. 2. The universe began to exist. 3. Therefore, the universe has a cause. We come first to premise (1), which is confirmed in virtually ever area of our sense experience. Even quantum fluctuations, which many suppose to be uncaused, are causally conditioned in that they depend on the existence of a pre-existing quantum vacuum....   [tags: Description, Premises, Paradox]
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Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla: Bram Stoker’s Inspiration for Dracula - Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla: Bram Stoker’s Inspiration for Dracula “3 May. Bistritz. Left Munich at 8:35 p.m.” Abraham Stoker in this unassuming way begins his Gothic masterpiece, Dracula (The Annotated Dracula 1). Dracula has been called ‘imaginative’ and ‘original.’ , and Harry Ludlam calls it “the product of his own vivid imagination and imaginative research” (Senf 41). However, the originality of Stoker's Dracula is in doubt. By a similarity in the setting, characters and plot, in Bram Stoker’s Gothic work Dracula and the posthumously published short story “Dracula’s Guest,” Stoker is shown to have used Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu’s classic, Gothic, short story, “Carmilla”, as the b...   [tags: Dracula]
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Discuss Priestley's depiction of the Birling household and Gerald - Discuss Priestley's depiction of the Birling household and Gerald Croft, prior to the arrival of Inspector Goole In this submission I hope to fully discuss Priestley's depiction of the Birling household and Gerald Croft, prior to the arrival of Inspector Goole. The play is set in the fictional town of Brumley, an industrial town in the North Midlands. It is evening in the town, in the spring of 1912. At the moment the play starts the characters are celebrating the engagement between Gerald Croft and the Birling family's only daughter Sheila....   [tags: English Literature] 3174 words
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Scarlet Letter - Similarities in the works of Nathaniel Hawthorne The Ambitious Guest is a short story bye Nathaniel Hawthorne that presents deadly irony. Residing in a notch in the mountains of New Hampshire, a cottage sits on the side of a steep mountain. In the house lives a family whose contacts with the rest of the world are from the travelers that pass by. One night when the family was huddled by the fire, a traveler stopped by. The family was happy to have a guest and the guest was happy to have people to talk to....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Disney MGM Studios versus Universal Studios - Disney MGM Studios versus Universal Studios "Mom, can we go to Florida" is a common phrase heard when school is out. Deciding where to go and what to see is a very hard decision for cash strapped parents. Picking one park is even harder when they are both five minutes apart from each other. When you want to see top amusement parks, you have a choice of two of the biggest names in the Industry, Disney-MGM or Universal. Both parks offer a different experience, yet they started with the same goal in mind, entertain the guest....   [tags: Papers] 434 words
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Blue Sky - The story is based around a miniature San Francisco Cable Car that is a full working coffee/espresso bar. It is fully contained with electric power, state-of-the-art coffee brewing equipment, potable and waste water tanks and refrigeration. The Cable Car is a well known icon of the City of San Francisco. The San Francisco experience was selected as a theme because a miniature San Francisco Cable Car is already owned by the developers of this project as well as other San Francisco pictures and memorabilia....   [tags: Business Proposal] 2177 words
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Hospitality in Elizabeth Teller´s Food for Thought and the movie Chocolat - ... As far as effort goes, I believe that it is very easy to want to show good hospitality to people you are familiar with. However, Telfer is teaching us that in order to be a good host we have to extend the same courtesies to strangers that we do to those we know. This part of the book relates a lot to the movie Chocolat. In the movie Chocolat, A woman and her daughter open a chocolate shop in a small French village. The village was a dull environment ran by the Mayor. The Mayor keeps the people in line by the force of his joyless, controlling personality....   [tags: Customer Service, Hospitable]
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Anaylsis of Mouse Tales: A Closer Peek Backstage at Disneyland - ... He didn't have any better ideas, so he planted a flag on the top, and in an attempt to tie it in with the "Alpine theme", he called it "snow mountain." However, he took a trip to the Swiss alps soon after and developed a better idea. He would make it into a ride called the "Matterhorn" after the great mountain is the Swiss Alps. In Disneyland, people tend to not only leave their lives behind, many guests also tend to go a little "insane in the membrane" For example, one guest who exited the Great Moments asked "Who played the part of Mr....   [tags: park, cast, rides, world, disneyland]
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Edgar Allan Poe and James Joyce Similarities and Differences - ... Each of the authors are different because James has more of a mysterious role in his stories for example in The Dead “His soul had approached that region where dwell the vast hosts of the dead. He was conscious….” (The Dead…) Meaning he is approaching his death very soon but his conscious doesn’t let him. Edgar uses gothic horror meaning in his short stories in Masque of the Red Death prince, Prospero, locked himself inside his palace in order to ignore the plague or else known as the Red Death....   [tags: literature, horror author, the masque] 706 words
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The Strange Cases of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - ... They have “untouchables”, middle class, and Brahmans. The Brahmans are priest who are basically the upper class. The untouchables are slaves who work very hard and harsh lives and do not speak unless they are spoken to. In another chapter a murder happens when Mr. Hyde kills a wealthy upper class individual called Sir Danver Carew in the Soho neighborhood. The author shows us that the death element in this chapter is symbolic because it shows a sense that the upper class is disintegrating and falling apart when Sir Danver Carew dies....   [tags: upper class, struggle, underpriviledge individuals] 1136 words
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The Importance of Hospitality Illustrated in Homer's Odyssey - Far removed from our individualistic society today is the ancient Greece portrayed in The Odyssey, by Homer, where hospitality and good will are the way of things. As decreed by Zeus himself, those who wish the favor of the Gods must welcome foreign and domestic with hospitality. A man was supposed to offer the best of his food, his home, and his knowledge before ever asking for his guest’s name or why he was there. There is a sense that those of high status are the main givers of hospitality, but they are not the only ones commanded to offer hospitality....   [tags: The Odyssey, society, common courtesy] 1706 words
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Hospitality Is Entertaining a Friend of a Stranger - ... Alkinoos has no reason to give Odysseus a ship and crew, yet he is doing it out of his commitment to hospitality. He still has not learned Odysseus’ name yet he already grants a ship to Odysseus for nothing in exchange. To a complete stranger, he has sacrificed one of his most valuable resources. He has no idea if his ship and crew will return or if Odysseus is a thief, but he ignores all the negative possibilities. He wants his guest, whether friend or foe, to have his wish granted. Alkinoos is a very hospitable man to all travelers and is the perfect example as to how a Greek was expected to treat a traveler as a guest....   [tags: reception, greek gods, traveler]
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Wedding Rituals Are Different in Various Cultures - Wedding rituals are different in various cultures. There is a lot of preparation that happens before, during,and after the wedding ceremony. Even though the wedding ritual do have similarities between each other they also contrast with each other. Hispanic Catholic weddings have their own ritual ways and so do Muslim (Islam) have their own way of celebrating the ritual. The day of the Hispanic catholic wedding there are various things that are going on. The ceremony has to take place in a Catholic church since the church is God's home and he has to be present for the ceremony....   [tags: hispanic catholic weddings, muslim rituals]
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Tourists Love 10 Popular Hotels in India - ... Surrounded by the Rajasthan Desert the oasis resort offers green lawns and beautiful palm trees resulting in a truly awesome experience. The resort also has the largest rooms for guests each one designed to deliver a royal feeling to the guests. 2. Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur This palace has been converted into a tourist resort attracting wealthy guests from across the globe. The resort is also located in Rajasthan which is famous for its palaces and luxurious hotels. The hotel is located on the Pichola Lake and to get to it you must take a boat ride thus resulting in a truly awesome experience....   [tags: culture, hospitality, resorts] 664 words
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