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  • Coop

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    With me, I was not very comfortable with some of the DOS commands needed to build a new computer. All you have to do is ask someone, no matter how dumb you think the question is because this is supposed to be a learning experience and it will also help you learn to communicate. You will get more out of the coop by asking questions, which why we do the coop. BBS Computing is located in Greece New York It is a Computer Sales, Service center that also does some Networking systems. Paul Saussa, Ron Bess

  • The Data Protection Act

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    The Data Protection Act The Data Protection Act (1998) came into force on 1st March 2000. It sets rules for processing personal information and applies to paper records as well as those held on computers. It was brought out because computers were getting more powerful and easy to use. Companies, government and other organisations began to use them to store large amounts of information about people, such as their customers, clients and staff details. Databases with this information can be

  • Hacking Controversey

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    (MIT) and later at universities such as Stanford and Cornell” (Clemmitt 3). Steven Levy describes these individuals as “digital explorers” (Clemmitt 3). The actual term hacker was a slang that derived from M.I.T. during the 1960s, the term meant “computer nerd” (Clemmitt 3). Steven Levy said that these “backroom geniuses understood the machine at its most profound levels” (Clemmitt 3). As stated in the earlier sentences, hacking started in the 1960s. Soon after that in 1972, “hacker pioneer John Draper

  • Effects of Technology on Today's Society

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    Technology is unavoidable in our modern lifestyle. You wake up, you use technology; you use technology while cooking, while eating, while driving. While you’re lying in bed before you fall asleep, you use technology, technology wakes you up in the morning. Is all the technology around you good for you, or is it harmful to your health? Was our society healthier or safer before all the advancements? So many questions and concerns about all of the technology we crave, but there are very few people

  • Computer Crime

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    The introduction of computers in to the modern household has brought with it new moral issues. In the last 10 years computers have become increasingly cheaper to buy, due to huge technological advances and fierce competition, driving prices down. It the wake of the computer revolution the internet has followed quickly, becoming faster, cheaper and more accessible. With these technological advances the world has become increasingly smaller enabling piracy and file sharing to become common practice

  • The Problem of Computer Crime

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    As our technology has greatly advanced over the past 50 years, our businesses, people, and its governments have been greatly affected by this new technology. With the vast capabilities of computers, the Internet, storage capability, and the manipulation of data, today's world has been changed forever. Although the benefits greatly outweigh the disadvantages, unless we take a more serious look at this new technology, more people will be hurt, from businesses, families, individuals, and most importantly

  • The Impact of the Internet on Society

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    interconnected networks spanning the globe. The computers that form the Internet range from huge mainframes in research establishments to modest PCs in people's homes and offices. Despite the recent hype, the Internet is not a new phenomenon. Its roots lie in a collection of computers that were linked together in the 1970s to form the US Department of Defense's communications systems. Fearing the consequences of nuclear attack, there was no central computer holding vast amounts of data, rather the information

  • ICT & Shopping

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    and so therefore it is no longer possible to keep track of stock and sales with out the help of ICT. Computer systems are used in a variety of ways; • Stock control software • Maintaining constant temperatures in fridges and freezers • Satellite tracking systems to track delivery lorries • CCTV to monitor customers entering and leaving • Electronic weighing machines • Epos systems • Computer network to connect store stock control system to head office Supermarket Hardware Types of Hardware

  • Policing The Cloud

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    storage. Programmes are run in virtual machines (virtual computers) on servers so users can use these services over the internet at ant time. Types of Cloud Computing & How They Work. In cloud computing there are 3 types of cloud computing. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) IaaS is the physical type of cloud computing it is all of the hard ware that handles the off site computing these servers are not just a bunch of hard drives. They are computers, with a CPU, RAM, hard drives, a power supply, etc

  • Analysis of a Business System

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    obviously gone to a lot of trouble renovating the complex. This is visible in the current facilities that it already houses. Vast amounts of money have been invested in the leisure centre. Most of the departments are very modern and up to date with computer databases and Internet access. Some of the old features of the complex though have been maintained and kept in their original state. For example the bar still has Victorian features such as a large fireplace and decorated ceilings. This adds