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Electronic Communications History - Introduction The origins of the market in electronic communications lie with the development and exploitation of the telegraph around the middle of the 19th century. You will find an excellent account of the development of the telegraph and some of the lessons this holds for the modern world in Tom Standage’s book, The Victorian Internet (readily available via Amazon). The telephone was invented (allegedly) by Alexander Graham Bell who in 1876 was granted a United States patent (174465) which in a mere six pages specified what are recognisably still the key features of the telephone system....   [tags: Electronic Communications] 1790 words
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Electronic Gaming is Here to Stay, Let's Distinguish Fantasy from Reality - The evolving interests of the youth are now prominently different from that of the past generations. Generally all facets in the world today is now changing, improving technology has affected and directed the new interests of the youth as well. Electronic Gaming, some may go as far and say that the youth especially the young men of today regard video games as the main and favorite past time of their every day lives. Gone are the days where you see many kids out in the streets playing “old school” games that all the past generations enjoyed....   [tags: Electronic Gaming, reality, ] 859 words
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Solutions to the Problem of Electronic Waste - ... The second solution to e-waste- is recycling. Recycling-is the system that focuses on reduction of negative causes and minimizing environmental risk. Recycling of e-waste consists of two steps: primary and secondary recycling. Primary recycling-is the utilization of unpolluted single-typed wastes. Little amount of such wastes is mixed with initial materials in order to assure good quality of polymeric produce. Effective utilization plays an important and significant role in economy. Second recycling averts irrational use of useful materials, reduces consumption of input materials, electro energy, and decreases pollution of water and environment....   [tags: Electronics Recycling]
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Solutions to Electronic Waste - ... Recycling may be impossible because of materials, which was using to creating equipment (Deathe et al. 2008, 324). Recycling seems like a good solution, but it is not enough gain for environment and peoples. Remanufacturing is a kind of reconstructing which leads to different stages of producing product (Deathe et al. 2008, 324). It means when old equipment looks like the new one.As Deathe et al. (2008, 325) maintain remanufacture decrease using raw materials and electronic rubbish. Therefore, remanufacturing consist of excusing from dirty, fixing and remaking whole equipment or separate parts....   [tags: Recycling Electronics]
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Electronic Commerce - ... Connectivity has increased quickly in both developed and developing countries; with one of the greatest growing regions being Asia. Malaysia is spending $5 billion on building a Multimedia Super/great Corridor. In Malaysia, the development of Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) has concerned much attention on the development and accomplishment of Multimedia. In this regard, the use of multimedia in marketing products and services had improved in the local business activities. It is highly presumed that online marketing services can support retailers in expanding new markets as well offering real time dealings and processing feedback....   [tags: Technology, Internet] 989 words
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Electronic Sports - ... Games such as DOOM, QUAKE, and Counter Strike are mainly played online with players around the world using dedicated gaming servers. Poker is even an example of an online eSport. Millions of people log into it and play with each other in the comfort of their home. Internet is the most widely used way to play competitively against other people online. The only downfall to online gaming is some games require you to pay a monthly subscription. Games and Services like iRacing, and World of Warcraft require you to pay in order to use their services and play the game....   [tags: Gaming ]
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Electronic Music - Electronic Music Lets go back to 1916 where Hugo Balle, Tristan Tzara, Marcel Janco, and Richard Hue- Isenbeck are finding the Dada artistic movement. These guys are a bunch of anarchists living in Zurich, Switzerland. The Dada movement preaches the “essence of spirit” the freedom of expression, hatred to “the great war” (or what we later called World War 1) , with a want to preserve the middle class, while humankind was degrading morally, with little or no hopes for a bright future. This goes in context with this CS3 course in how before world war 1, man thought so much was to come....   [tags: Art] 1170 words
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Electronic Text - Electronic Text Many people will argue that history began with the advent of the written word. Before books, history was passed by word of mouth and was often lost or altered as it went from generation to generation down through the years. For many years now our civilization has enjoyed books, journals, newspapers, magazines, and many other types of writing. We use these literary tools to record our lives, to invent stories from the imagination so powerful that they make writers into millionaires, and to make news available to the general public....   [tags: Technology Writing Essays]
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Electronic Banking - Electronic Banking The Electronic Banking Association (EBA) is a non-profit organization established to do one simple thing-help more people get started with electronic banking. Here's why. Who taught you how to write paper checks. Probably your parent's right. Well, who's going to teach you how to write electronic checks. Probably NOT your parents. That's where they come in. E-banking is so much more convenient and so much quicker that everyone should know about it. The EBA was established as an independent source of helpful information about electronic banking for consumers and businesses....   [tags: Papers] 778 words
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Electronic Commerce - Electronic commerce      One of the fastest growing industries today is electronic commerce. Almost anything can be purchased, traded, or sold all via the Internet. A person sitting in their living room dressed in pajamas on a rainy Saturday morning in mid December can hookup to the internet and place their bid on a new chess set for the holidays without ever setting foot in the department stores. They can pay for it with their credit card through a secure transaction and have it delivered right to their door in a couple of days for less than they could get it retail....   [tags: Ecommerce E-commerce]
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Electronic Supervision - Electronic Supervision Nowadays, there is no more need to speak with a low voice when doing a private call in order to avoid your colleagues from hearing what you say, as anyway, your telephone conversation could be recorded. It is really easy, as well, for a company to be able to see where you are in the company and when, using electronic bagging systems each time you enter an office or a new part of the building or even simpler, using video recordings. Your computer files are never 100% safe if they are saved on a server....   [tags: Papers] 978 words
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Electronic Voting - Electronic Voting Gunmen on the grassy knoll, AIDS, landing on the moon, chemtrails, UFO’s, CIA mind control and Waco are some of the well-known conspiracies. But what about George W. Bush’s re-election. This cynicism goes beyond political rhetoric and focuses on our ability to participate in a representative democracy. Developed by the ancient Greeks, one of the first voting systems involved dropping bronze disks into barrels. As technology progressed, the advancements in voting systems surrendered an unacceptable system that lacks accuracy despite public outcry for a paper-verified trail....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Arrow Electronic - Recommendation Reject the proposal of Express. Prepare for the competition of Express by launching aggressive marketing campaign to match the price of Express in short run. Maintain and improve gross margin on BAS sales by leverage the strong relationship with supplier to get the lowest price. Continue improving the value added content, short delivery lead time and inventory management as main values of the company. Aggressively invest R&D to provide an on-line booking and ordering system to further improve customer’s time-to-market, facilitate the BAS sale order; provide the customer “efficient, low price, one-stop-shop” experience that will differentiate A/S from competitors....   [tags: Business Finance Analysis] 1094 words
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Electronic Security - Electronic Security Have you ever wondered what happens to your credit card number when it's sent through a "secure" server to Yahoo or Amazon. Have you ever wondered: Is my data safe. Unfortunately no activity on the Internet is private or secure. Anything stored on a home system is completely vulnerable to the outside world (unless of course the system is isolated from the Internet). Another thing to think about is the fact that any data on any type of disk can be salvaged. So if a corrupt disk is discarded, the data can be recovered with the right tools....   [tags: Internet Technology Essays]
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Cryptographic Protocols for Electronic Voting - Cryptographic Protocols for Electronic Voting After some preliminary research into the subject of electronic voting [BARL2003], it became apparent that there may be reason to mistrust current electronic voting systems. Further, as I studied a variety of voting systems, I realized I had little confidence that any of them (even paper ballots) would be guaranteed to produce a perfectly accurate tally. In my previous paper [BARL2003], I suggested the following definition: "An accurate voting system counts all valid votes with minimal processing error such that the intent of eligible voters is reflected in the final tally." I believe it is important for a voting system to (a) minimize error, (b) count all valid votes, and (c) preserve the intent of eligible voters in the final tally....   [tags: Technology Electronics Essays]
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Electronic Stimulation - Medicine and electronics are rapidly becoming a common partnership. Electronics and medicine has been around for over a hundred years. This application can be seen in early X-ray machines, as well as early doctors and healers who felt that electricity possessed something special that assisted the healing process of many illnesses and injuries. But it has not been the last forty to fifty years that the development and refinement of electricity as medical agent has occurred. Today the medical field can not imagine itself without the assistance of electricity and electronic components....   [tags: essays research papers] 635 words
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Electronic Democracy - Electronic Democracy Today, people go online and instantly communicate with others all over the world. Given this technology, is it possible to revolutionize our current political process and enable online users to cultivate their own political group to affect change. Jon Katz article, The Netizen: Birth of a Digital Nation suggests that young, educated, affluent people make up the new Digital Nation who can and should build a more civil society utilizing online computer technology. On assignment for HotWireds The Netizen Katz was supposed to write about how the media was affected by the Web during the Presidential election of 1996....   [tags: Politics Internet Web Elections Essays]
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Electronic Piracy - Electronic Piracy Introduction With the growing popularity of the Internet, there have been many new realms to be discovered. Businesses can now operate with minimal overhead, allowing for dropped prices and increased benefits to customers. People can also now communicate easier and cheaper and in new ways that were never previously thought of. Also, with the coming of the Internet there have been new problems: it’s now easier to lie, cheat, and steal than ever before. Forms of piracy never thought of before are appearing every single day....   [tags: Internet Piracy Essays]
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Electronic Addiction - Electronic Addiction Welcome to the world of the over stimulated, desensitized, and burnt out. There is a huge problem in our society, a problem that I cannot claim to be free of by any means; in fact, as I sit here writing this I am feeling its effects. The worst part of this issue is that it started for me in early childhood, as it did for many others. Kids start younger than ever before and they use more frequently. The fix is never good enough. New mediums are being created and old ones are being improved all the time....   [tags: Papers] 870 words
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Conversion to Electronic Health Records - ... Electronic retrieval of patient demographics, allergies, current medications, complete medical history, diagnostic and radiologic results, etc. occurs by clicking a few buttons. Electronic patient charts provide quick and easy access to physicians, hospitals, independent labs, and pharmacies. EHRs allow simultaneous access by independent providers and allow a collaborative effort for health care management of the patient. “EHRs are the next step in the continued progress of healthcare that can strengthen the relationship between patients and clinicians”....   [tags: Medical Technology ]
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Psytrance and the Spirituality of Electronics - Psytrance and the Spirituality of Electronics Electronic music is generally broken into techno, house, trance, hardcore, breakbeat, and ambient music, along with affiliated smaller genres that float between categories, like trip-hop, electro, IDM, and others. Ambient is easily recognized by its separation from dancing, which is normally manifested in slower tempos and less distinct rhythms. Breakbeat (of which drum'n'bass makes up most of the faster genres, while there are slower genres as well) is distinguished by an emphasis on ways of dividing a bar of 4/4 time other than the standard one....   [tags: Electronic Music] 5899 words
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Electronic Health Record - After decades of paper based medical records, a new type of record keeping has surfaced - the Electronic Health Record (EHR). EHR is an electronic or digital format concept of an individual’s past and present medical history. It is the principle storage place for data and information about the health care services provided to an individual patient. It is maintained by a provider over time and capable of being shared across different healthcare settings by network-connected information systems. Such records may include key administrative and clinical data relevant to that persons care under a particular provider....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Article Review: Electronic Commerce - The World Wide Web(WWW)has been providing extensive opportunities for merchants to conduct their businesses online. Electronic commerce is a new form of online exchange in which most transactions occur among parties that have never met. As in traditional exchanges, concerns about trust have been identified as a barrier to customer for engaging in e-commerce and a barrier for the success of electronic commerce. In the traditional market, a typical customer would be limited to choosing from a few local retailers....   [tags: Article Review]
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Overview of Electronic Commerce in China - 3.2 Overview of Electronic Commerce in China 3.2.1 Internet in China In September 1987, the Chinese Academic Network built the first domestic Internet e-mail node and sent out the first e-mail from China. The universities were the first Chinese institutions to connect to the Internet. In 1990, a number of Chinese universities and educational institute including the Ministry of Education were connected. But substantial growth of Internet was not occurred until year 1994, when the National Computing and Networking Facility of China project opened a 64K international dedicated line to the Internet, which achieved a full-functional connection....   [tags: Commerce] 1621 words
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Electronic Communication in Health Care - On February 17, 2009, President Barack Obama signs into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The law promotes electronic health records and infrastructure development to cut costs in health care. While the law does not mandate their use, the federal government has set aside twenty billion dollars to help in the development of a strong health information technology infrastructure. Title IV states, “NO INCENTIVE PAYMENT IF FIRST ADOPTING AFTER 2014” (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, 2009)....   [tags: Health Care ]
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Electronic Medical Records Systems - ... Fires, floods and other natural disasters have destroyed medical records for many years, data which is lost forever. Digital records can be stored virtually forever and can be kept long after the physical records are gone. 3) EMRs facilitate coordination between health care professionals. Coordination between primary care providers and care of patients has always been problematic. Paper charting leaves room for deficits in medical information exchange. The reports from hospitals generally do not get to primary providers and results in decreased quality of care after hospitalization....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Electronic Water Treatment - ... It is important to understand the scientific principles that form the basis of the design for this device. In the COE TR-09-20 report, Chapter 4, Technology, page 18, there is the statement “Electrostatic dispersion of colloidal particles applies theories from colloidal physics and colloidal chemistry to produce a strong electrostatic dispersion of colloidal particles in a fluid”. On page 19 there is the statement “The electrostatic field reduces the surface tension of water and boosts the surface charge of colloidal particles and wetted surfaces”....   [tags: Water]
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Electronic Health Record - ... This act incentivizes health care providers, through higher payments, to meet the “meaningful use” criteria, which involve using EHR for relevant purposes and meeting certain technological requirements [8]. “Meaningful use” has become controversial because it mandates transition to EHR for physicians and hospitals that treat patients covered by government insurance. With the enormous market potential of EHR, hundreds of software and hardware firms have started developing and offering EHR services....   [tags: Medical Technology ]
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Electronic Transmission Standards - ... As with any new technology, system, or program, organizations should expect productivity losses, informational issues, large investments in education, and operational issues. Many of the same strategic and tactical planning activities for ICD-10 should be applied to version 5010 implementation (Health Information Managements Systems [HiMSS]). Providers, such as physicians, alternate site providers, rehabilitation clinics, and hospitals, health plans, healthcare clearing houses and business associates that use the affected transactions, such as billing/service agents and vendors are all HIPPA covered entities affected by the transition to version 5010 (CMS)....   [tags: Technology]
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Electronic Performance Monitoring - ... The EPM aspects which affect employees at work places include job satisfaction, job fairness, and organizational commitment (McNall & Roch, 2009, p. 211). In its effort to increase the general performance of an organization, EPM has wiped out the interaction that used to be between the managers and their employees. The device only requires workers and managers to fill the online forms without any discussions (Smith & Tabak, 2009, p. 37). This implies that there is no chance to discuss some important aspects such as employees’ performance....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Electronic Medical Records and Charting - ... Clinical initiatives are achieved by implementation of best practices, education, tools and other improvement efforts to achieve excellence. The EMR is used as a vehicle to improve outcomes by integrating all clinical results, orders and online documentation. While paper documentation is still used, it will eventually become a thing of the past. Nurses have always had a great deal of paperwork to complete on each of the patients under their care, this paperwork includes, assessment forms, flow sheets, plans of care, and many other various types of documentation, all of which require a place for them to chart, and some-times just finding a place to sit or stand at the nurses’ station can be challenging because of lack of available space....   [tags: Medical Technology ]
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The Albanian Electronic Health Record - Abstract. The issue of Electronic Health Records interoperability can be seen as very important at the beginning of conception or as an emergency associated with high impact in quality of care, and costs if left to be solved at an advanced stage of the process. This paper tends to analyze the Albanian situation in EHR interoperability and identify the major deficiencies. This case is complicated even more from the country population structure and emigration. A large part of population is living and working in western European countries bringing the question of their electronic records interoperability....   [tags: Health Care ]
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Electronic Medical Records - ... There have been many deaths each year because of the wrong medication being written on the prescription paperwork and a pharmacist misread the handwriting on the form. If this information is typed the chances of making a mistake are less. There are also EMR systems that diagnose diseases and treatments, which is another advantage. Just imagine how fast the patient can be healed if a computer program can predict the results of an illness by entering the symptoms such as a device that searches for glaucoma via computer generated images, the analyzing of mammograms and the ultrasound device to analyze lumps in a females breast that determine if it is benign or cancerous....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Watching TV: The Electronic Professor - Watching TV: The electronic professor “Stop watching television and go do something productive!” My mother would shout angrily when I would watch the “The Simpsons.” As mentioned in the article "Watching TV Makes You Smarter," Steven Johnson argued that 21st Century television shows develop complicated and more challenging narratives than those of an earlier time and offer viewers extra intellectual stimulation. Consequently television programming today reveals an astonishing narrative sophistication with unique plots increasing the viewer’s intellectual demands....   [tags: Television] 1548 words
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Implementation of iPad for Electronic Charting - Background Nurses have long been known for their attention to patient care. The reason many nurses have entered this profession is due to their desire to care for people. The overwhelming responsibilities of documentation, chart reviews, verifying orders and medications, monitoring lab results, among others, leaves the direct care of the patient to another, possibly unqualified, staff member. Bolton, Gassert, and Cipriano (2008) estimate that a mere 23-30% of a nurse’s day is spent providing care to a patient....   [tags: Nursing]
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Securing The Electronic Operating Environment - ... Furthermore, it is every user, administrator, and managers duty to keep within the boundaries of any posted policies. To aid in the security verification process of users, a password complexity requirement for all systems and applications is essential. For example, requiring a password that contains no less than 10 characters, 2 uppercase letters, 2 lowercase, and 2 special characters such as ‘*,$,!’, is considered a good practice that should be mandated by all in some form. In addition to requiring a specific password security policy, it is a good idea to add an additional layer of security by enforcing two-factor authentication such as biometric user verification and password for access....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Electronic Resources for Nineteenth Century Studies - Electronic Resources for Nineteenth Century Studies Electronic resources in nineteenth century studies (and the humanities generally) might best be described at the moment in terms of promise and peril. I say "at the moment" because, as we all know, any statement about electronic texts that is true today may be false tomorrow. I say "promise' because, as we also know, electronic media are promising wonders that could only have been dreamed of five years ago: searchable databases of an almost inexhaustible size and variety, immediate access to colleagues and scholars around the world; webs of content, context, and hyper linked materials that connect to an almost dizzying array of information; multimedia wonders of text, image, and audio files for classroom and scholarly use....   [tags: Electronics Education Essays]
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Electronic Business Systems and Electronic Medical Records Looking to the Future - ... The manufacturer Internet business model should be based on efficiency, improved customer service, and a better understanding of customer preferences. Subscription Internet business systems require users to be charged a fee to belong to a service. Usually, sites will allow free content but subscriber, or member-only, content will incur a charge. Subscription fees are charged regardless of actual usage rates. Subscription and advertising business models are often combined. If the firm had no bricks-and-mortar business model at the time the model was conceived, it is said to have a pure play Internet business model (Ricci)....   [tags: Medical Technology ]
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The Legitimacy of Electronic Scholarly Publishing - The Legitimacy of Electronic Scholarly Publishing At most institutions of higher learning in the United States and worldwide the emphasis is placed on the depth and breadth of the institution's research, at least as far as the institution's reputation and renown are concerned. An institution that does not produce much scholarly research in the form of conference activity or publication activity will not carry the same high regard as an institution which is much more involved in conference participation and publication....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Papers]
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Electronic Payment System - Electronic Payment System I. Introduction With the continuing rapid growth of E-commerce, transactions on the Internet have been increasing exponentially. And such transactions require some reliable and secure payment systems. In fact, one of the key factors in the success of E-commerce is the development of convenient, reliable and secure electronic payment system. To understand the issues and current activities regarding the development of electronic payment system, I discuss the following in this paper....   [tags: Technology Essays]
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Debate: Electronic Voting - There are many controversial topics in this politically correct world. There are topics about morals, standards, and personal ethics. One of the newest debatable subjects however, is the one concerning this new centuries way of casting an individual’s vote, through electronic voting. Electronic voting is a way to cast a person’s ballot using an electronic voting machine that is touch screen. There are many advantages to using these machines during an election but there are also many disadvantages to using them as well....   [tags: essays research papers] 1997 words
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Civic Electronic Networks - Civic Electronic Networks Who would ever believe that a stereo-typical gangster teenager and a wealthy businessman would ever be able to debate and have equal say in government politics and their community affairs. With technology advancing almost daily, many cities like Santa Monica, California and Blacksburg, Virginia, have been able to make equal communication possible with the use of civic electronic networks. These civic electronic networks allow citizens to speak and debate openly on any topic they desire....   [tags: Political Science Essays]
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Electronic Arts - Marketing Concept - MARKETING CONCEPT IN ELECTRONIC ARTS 1.0 TERMS OF REFERENCE The report will present an implementation of the marketing concept into business strategy of Electronic Arts. The report will evaluate the benefits and cost of the marketing approach in Electronic Arts. All information has to be submitted to Mrs. Susan Campbell, the HNC course co-ordinator on 25th October 2007. 2.0 PROCEDURE In order to analyse how the marketing concept elements are incorporated into Electronic Arts (EA) overall business plan the following steps has to be taken: 2.1 Electronic Arts main web site has to accessed in order to obtain company business information....   [tags: Business Marketing] 1926 words
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Electronic Data Interchange - Electronic Data Interchange One of the more commonly accepted definitions of Electronic Data Interchange, or EDI, has been "the computer-to-computer transfer of information in a structured, pre-determined format." Traditionally, the focus of EDI activity has been on the replacement of pre-defined business forms, such as purchase orders and invoices, with similarly defined electronic forms."1 EDI is the electronic exchange of information between two business concerns in a specific predetermined format....   [tags: Papers] 3817 words
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Probation and Electronic Monitoring - I am doing this paper on electronic monitoring. I am doing this paper because I need a paper to write for you and this is the page I opened to in the book to get the idea. No, really because I believe that electronic monitoring is a terrific way to police probation and parolees when probation and parole officers are so severely overworked. By not having to check in on the offenders as much, because at any time we can hit a button and know exactly where they are, or be notified instantly when they are somewhere they shouldn’t be, it would be a lot easier on probation and parole officers....   [tags: essays research papers] 505 words
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What is Electronic Commerce? - What is Electronic Commerce. “E-commerce has the potential to unleash enormous savings and business efficiencies, but the practicalities remain elusive. How will e-commerce change the global planning and purchasing of transport and logistics in the supply chain. Logistics has been described as the key enabler for e-business – but how can individual logistics and transport companies ensure that they benefit from, rather than perish in, the e-commerce revolution?” Alan Waller, partner, PRICEWATERHOUSE COOPERS, EMEA....   [tags: essays research papers] 1046 words
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Information and Electronic Commerce - Information and Electronic Commerce The communication revolution, industrial revolution and now the electronic revolution have all made life easier for us. Electronic commerce is a small ingredient that has helped this electronic revolution get started, but does it really accommodate the entire population. Electronic commerce itself has had a major impact here in the U.S. with both its people and its economy. It has made us look at trading in a different way, besides traditional trading of concrete materials, "[it involves world trade] of entertainment, information services, technical information… now accounting well over $40 billion of U.S....   [tags: Internet Net World Wide Web Media]
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Electronic Mail (e-mail) - Electronic Mail (e-mail) Electronic Mail, a means of communication that is growing at a very rapid rate. In this paper, I will write about introduction of e-mail, the advantage and disadvantage of e-mail, mailing lists, sending an e-mail message, sending attachments, e-mail improvement, and security features. Introduction of Electronic Mail Electronic mail (E-mail) has become popular and easy way of communication in this decade. E-mail is a method of sending and receiving document or message from one person to another....   [tags: essays research papers] 514 words
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Electronic Forms of Expression - Electronic Forms of Expression The confusion of new forms of media can be overwhelming. For those of us who grew up with the Internet, it may not be all that difficult to grasp its concepts and to tackle its nuances; but for those who grew up with print, the transition between the two could be exhausting. The concepts in new forms of electronic expression are in their developmental stages—still trying to find a dynamic equilibrium between mimicking print and inventing new ways of performance. Electronic media are trying to take advantage of their unique characteristics, while not proving to be too tedious for the audience to understand....   [tags: Internet Technology Communication Essays] 1099 words
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Electronic Portfolio’s - Electronic Portfolio’s Electronic portfolios or E-folios for short are becoming essential tools, not only for the technology industry, but also for students, job-seekers, and even employers. E-folio’s are a great way to express literally anything that you want. This is the reason why e-folios are so unique and mainly why they have the ability to be so versatile. But, what exactly is an e-folio, and how is it created. I will go over these questions and why e-folios should be used whenever possible....   [tags: Essays Papers] 731 words
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Electronic Product Code Project - Electronic Product Code Project Table of Contents Executive Overview……………………………………………………………………3 Stage 1: Determination of Scope and Objectives……………………………………....4 Stage 2 – Systems Investigation and Feasibility……………………………………….4 Stage 3 – Systems Analysis…………………………………………………………….7 UPC DFD (Legacy System)…………………………………………………………....9 Stage 4 – System Design……………………………………………………………….9 Stage 5 – Detail System Design……………………………………………………….10 EPC DFD (New System)………………………………………………………………14 Stage 6 – Implementation…………………………………………………………….....   [tags: Business Management Marketing Essays]
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Electronic Resume Databases - Electronic Resume Databases Introduction Databases of a New Decade As the day goes on, one grows anxious to hear the ring of the phone, the sound of a fax, or the knock on the door saying "we want you". As easy as it may seem, getting on the right track to pursue a career is a long and treacherous process. Companies just do not have hours at a time to sit down and study each person's profile. They need something quick and easy to access. That is where the World Wide Web comes into play. The thought of site where thousands of qualified applicants could be accessed with just the touch of a keystroke....   [tags: Papers] 1432 words
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Electronic Fetal Monitoring - Electronic Fetal Monitoring Technology has had a very prominent influence on electronic fetal monitoring since its appearance in the 1960’s and 1970’s. For many years, fetal monitoring was simply done by listening to a fetal heartbeat through a stethoscope. Dramatic changes in the heartbeat, such as a long period or a drop in the rate or intensity, could be detected,. Now, not only is the electronic fetal monitor used on the outside of the womb by strapping electrodes to the mother’s abdomen but electrodes can also be inserted during the first stage of labor and placed directly on the baby’s head....   [tags: Technology Pregnancy Essays]
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Electronic Trade and Money Laundering - Electronic Trade and Money Laundering ELECTRONIC TRADE — FEATURES AND EXPECTATIONS Electronic trade is a reality that reveals and promises both rapid and exponential growth. Its constant progress, as well as increasing innovation in electronic payments, has for long been the subject of wide attention, especially for regulatory bodies, in respect of the opportunities for money laundering that these new instruments can provide, and of the responses that regulatory systems can and must develop in their regard....   [tags: Economics] 2194 words
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Governmental Control in the Electronic Age - Governmental Control in the Electronic Age In The Handmaids Tale, by Margaret Atwood, the Gileadean regime was only able to rise to power because of its manipulation of electronic communications and commerce media. The Gileadean revolutionaries used instituted government controls on electronic information flow to take over much of the United States. However implausible the Gileadean revolution may seem, there are seeds of similar government control in our society. Some examples include the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which included The Communications Decency Act, and Senate Bill 909, which would regulate encryption....   [tags: Government Technology Papers]
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Electronic Design for the Time Measurement of a TV Channel - Electronic Design for the Time Measurement of a TV Channel This paper presents a designing an electronic circuit to measure the total time period of a particular TV channel usage. Thus, this circuit will determine usage time of all the available channels. This is going to be very much important to the TV broadcasters, since they concern about number of customers and maximum usage of their TV programs in every day. All these choices influence whether enough people can be attracted to justify a particular channel....   [tags: Electronics Technology] 1470 words
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Business Writing on Electronic Signature Technology - Business Writing on Electronic Signature Technology During our February 3 meeting, upper level management expressed concerns about not being able to deal with customer accounts online. We discussed some of the problems they encounter when trying to process transactions online. We agreed some changes needed to be made and that new technology needs to be researched for our online business transactions. The use of electronic signatures was at the top of our list. Many of our competitors have already built-in e-signature verification within their systems for online business and for handling their financial records....   [tags: Papers] 1683 words
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Electronic and Communication Privacy Act of 1986 - Electronic and Communication Privacy Act of 1986 We are all familiar with the phrase, "A little birdie told me." But where did that birdie get his information. If he was like most Mockingbirds in the sky, his information was probably obtained through eavesdropping, which is not an ethical approach. This day and age with technology becoming more and more effective everyday it is not the birds that we have to worry about. Congress has recognized the way that technology has changed society and reacted by passing the Electronic Communication Privacy Act of 1986....   [tags: Papers] 1075 words
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