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    screen. Computers have enabled us to be able to do DNA testing. Which now only takes the labs a short time to process, and finding criminals from cases 15+ years ago can now be charged for their actions. There are laptop computers in police vehicles; therefore, police officers can look up information right then and there instead of having to wait until they get back to the station. Some cars even have the wireless Internet connection that goes through satellite which allows them to do even

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    Company Huffman Trucking is a privately owned transportation company that has been in business for 60 years. The company has grown into a multi million-dollar company with over 1,400 employees and hundreds of vehicles. Huffman Trucking needs a better way to track the maintenance on their fleet of tractors, trailer and the roll-on/roll-offs. The fleet has to undergo periodic maintenance. Plan Putting the equipment's maintenance history, the parts used and vendor information into one database will

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    Selling Your Used Car

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    making a contract. With consumer demand rising and supply constrained by several factors, including the tendency of new-car owners to hang on to them longer, prices for used vehicles have been climbing steadily. According to one recent study, nearly three times as many shoppers now want to buy a used, rather than a new, vehicle. (Dalglish) In trying to find the perfect buyer, your options include: new-car dealers, used-car dealers, and friends and strangers. New-car dealers are generally eager and

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    What´s the WPS Protocol

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    The WPS protocol relies on an eight digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) to allow the authentication of users on to the network. The protocol further relies on a session of eight Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) messages that are followed by a final message which identifies the successful completion of the session. WPS automatically configures the network name (SSID) and the WPA security key for the access point and the WPS enabled client. The benefit is that a user does not need to

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    The Effects of Changing Technology on Shopping Trends and Social Behavior of Customers 1.1 Application Area Retail 1.2 PESTLE Perspective Social 1.3 Research Topic Question How has technology changed and affected shopping trends and the social behaviour of customers? 2.0 Preface/Abstract The purpose of this report is to analysis the PESTLE analysis; this report will contain one context of an Application Area, and then choose a research question based on both. In this

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    Good Use in Writing

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    Good Use in Writing I have had extreme difficulty in determining what is good use in writing. My idea of good use, what it is based on, what it is good for, and how do you learn it or engage it in practice are difficult concepts for me to try and give answers to. I do not believe I am any position to judge writings and say what is and isnít good use. However, I guess I am going to try, for there are some pretty serious issues at hand such as getting along with others, being taken seriously in

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    online and offline. The paper will discuss a few of these methods and what consumers and banks can to do the help minimize their risk. The purpose of this paper is to show fingerprint recognition software as a development that can help reduce the number of identity thefts and consumer frauds that are occurring today. Keywords: identity theft, consumer fraud, banking, fingerprint recognition, security, customer, personal informati... ... middle of paper ... ...lle, R. M. (2001). Enhancing security

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    ATM

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    OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY This study is undertaken with the following objectives. • To identify the satisfaction level of ATM card customer. • To know the fact that which ATM provides better ATM services. • To know the awareness level among the residents. • To study the problem faced by the customer. • To offer suggestion based on the findings of study. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research definition: Research is a process in which the researcher wishes to find out the end result for a given

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    Target Security Breach

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    November 27, 2013, Target’s security was breeched when forty million credit and debit cards were stolen. The breach lasted from November 27 to December 15, 2013. The security breach involved most of the Target stores in the U.S. Along with the card numbers, debit card pins, buyer’s names, and personal information were stolen as well. Some customers filed a lawsuit against Target for “failing to protect customer data.” (Demarche, 2013. p.1). Later, Target CEO Steinhafel stated, “I know that it is frustrating

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    Essay On ATM

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    their transaction. 8. PROBLEM FACED WHILE USING ATM As per analysis above, The problem whi... ... middle of paper ... ...ice quality available at ATM, but what more we can do to improve the quality. c. There should be customer care number which should be highlighted so that it would be easy for customer to call in case of any problem. d. Bank employee should check and supervise ATM machine regularly, service them. e. Problems of technical attributes resulting in debiting of customer

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