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SQL Server Proposal for GRW Inc - When CCCL Inc was a small company, keeping records and customer data by the use of spreadsheets, access databases, and manual records were realistic practices, but as the company has grown, it has outgrown such practices. Management at GRW is now searching for a centralized database solution that will allow multi-department database collaboration as well as the ability to mine data as needed, companywide. The proposed solution to the needs of the company is the installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2012....   [tags: Enterprise Edition, SQL Server]
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Network Policy Server and Remote Access - The nature of our business requires us to have a flexible sales force. Because of that detail we need to be receptive to the needs of our mobile workforce. The most critical tool involved in their success is the ability to reliably connect and access our company networks. These connections can be from employees using company issued laptops or personal computers used from home or on the road. For the most part we have addresses the needs of our sales force on a case by case basis but going forward we really need to ensure we have a defined policy to streamline remote access....   [tags: windows server, network access]
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Server Consolidation - Executive Summary The amount of deployed instances of Microsoft SQL Server in the enterprise is on the rise as a database management system. Microsoft set out to provide an effective database management system that meets multiple goals for information technology organizations. SQL Server, a Microsoft product, is designed to deliver scalable solutions while offering ease of use and deployment, self maintenance and tuning, low resource overhead, and low administrator skill set requirements. The seeming rise in popularity of SQL Server has resulted in an upsurge of installations in the corporate environment....   [tags: Database SQL Server] 974 words
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The History and Evolution of The Windows Server - For my research paper, I chose to write about the history of Microsoft Windows Server. The reason I chose history of windows server, because it is important to know how it has evolved over the years. My goal is to inform and enlighten the reader and give the reader a better understanding of Windows Server. I will accomplish this by first discussing the start of Microsoft's server history, development, improvements, and then discuss my estimates about the future of Windows Server improvements. At the end of this paper I hope this will give you a better understanding of windows server functionality and reasoning for each evolution....   [tags: Computer Technology]
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The Client/Server Database Environment - Over the last thirty plus years, in which computer software applications have been vital to business operations, the concept of client/server applications has evolved. In the early 1980’s the term, Client/Server, primarily referenced capabilities of new powerful centralized hardware. The computer world is different today and the concept is better defined as a system where the different logical components are separated from each other. The first of the three basic logical components is the Presentation Logic....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Server Virtualization - You are a Windows 7 administrator at Contoso, a very large and international pharmaceutical company. You have 25 servers in your network running a combination of Windows Server 2000, Server 2003, SuSe Linux. As your Chief Information Officer is brainstorming with you and his/her staff, you mention that you have heard about Virtualization and it may be a very cost effective and efficient way to upgrade everything to Windows Server 2008. Your boss tells you to research the concepts and to get back to him in two weeks with a recommendation....   [tags: Windows, efficiency, network, hardware]
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Ning Server Technology - Server Technology is all over the world and used to help families, companies as well as ourselves in this everyday life. One of the server technologies I will be pointing out is Ning; Ning is a server where people can create their own personal site. Ning is also the social platform for the world’s interests and passions online. Ning was created because it was offered as an easy to use service that has allowed many people to join and create their Ning Network. Many people use this site to promote their church or companies or anything in the sort....   [tags: Technology]
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Scalability and Consistency in Server Based Network Gaming - 2 Background 2.1 Industry The online games market - whilst known by the industry as in its infancy [4] - should surpass $15 Billion this year and sales of virtual goods likely to exceed $1 Billion [1]. This very profitable young market can be debated as the future of gaming [2]. With the cost of Broadband technology going down and online services offering a larger amount of micro-transactions and subscription based games – not to mention virtual goods – it would be hard to resist by any gamer. For example it was reported within 5 days of MODERN WARFARE 2 (MW2) being released it had made $550 million in revenue and an online player base of 8 million, an “army” bigger than real world countries...   [tags: Gaming]
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Client And Server Architecture - Most organization today are moving to client server architectures. Client server attempt to balance the processing between the client and the server by having both do some of the logic. In these networks, the client is responsible for the presentation logic, while the server is responsible for the data access logic and data storage. The application logic may reside on the client on the client or on the server, or it may be split between both. These are many ways in which the application logic can be partitioned between the client and the server....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications] 911 words
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Bulletproof Ftp Server Tutorial - Configuring your Bulletproof FTP Server Tutorial I thought that perhaps this tutorial might be pretty helpful for those interested in knowing how to configure their Bulletproof FTP Server that don't already know how... Here's how to get started This is for the BulletProof FTP Server 2.10. However, It should work fine on most following versions as well. I'm assuming you have it installed and cracked. Basics 1. Start the program. 2. Click on Setup > Main > General from the pull-down menu. 3. Enter your server name into the 'Server Name' box....   [tags: Process Essays] 759 words
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Client Server - Client Server Client/Server computing has become the model for new information architecture. This technology will take enterprise wide computing into the 21st century. Computing power has rapidly become distributed and interconnected throughout many organizations through networks of all types of computers. Networked computer systems are taking the form of client/server computing. With client/server computing, end users can handle a broad range of information processing tasks. This included data entry, inquiry response, updating databases, and providing decision support....   [tags: Papers] 558 words
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Windows Server - Windows Server There are some key differences between Windows DNS Services servers and non-Windows DNS server appliances in the areas of AD integration and security. For example, some non-Windows DNS server appliances lack complete AD integration features. Conversely, Windows DNS Service servers don't support encrypted zone transfer and update features like some non-Windows DNS server appliances do. (ref: DNS server appliances) One cant use any DNS service. Active Directory requires that the DNS support dynamic updates via RFC 2136; Windows 2000 has the advantage of being the only one that does it out of the box Those environments that already have Internet domains and DNS servers on the...   [tags: Computers Software Essays] 3055 words
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How To Backup Virtual Servers - As server virtualisation assumes a greater role in the enterprise, administrators face a proliferation of virtual machines residing on the same physical server. Each virtual machine uses a portion of the physical machine's processing, memory and I/O resources. Ideally, server virtualisation provides a means of increasing hardware utilisation. But as more "logical" servers are consolidated into fewer "physical" computer systems, it's important to protect each virtual machine's data against failure or loss....   [tags: Process Server Computer Technology] 1982 words
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Server Side Processing - Server Side Processing A network is a group of two or more computer systems sharing services and interacting in some manner. In most cases, this interaction is accomplished through a shared communication link, with the shared components being data. Put simply, a network is a collection of machines that have been linked both physically and through software components to soothe communication and the sharing of information. The Internet is, literally, a network of networks. It is made of thousands of interconnected networks spanning the globe....   [tags: Free Essay Writer] 2450 words
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Peer to Peer or Server Based Networking - Peer-to-Peer Networking vs. Network Domains Difference Between A network can be based on either a peer-to-peer level or server-based, also referred to as domain-based. To distinguish the difference, a peer-to-peer network, also known as a workgroup, is a network in which a group of computers are connected together to share resources, such as files, applications, or peripherals. The computers in a peer-to-peer network are peers to one another, meaning no single computer has control over one another....   [tags: essays research papers] 2177 words
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Planning Your Proxy Server Implementation - Planning Your Proxy Server Implementation A key factor in determining the success of any installation is planning. Planning involves several phases-from understanding your current capabilities, to determining your current needs, anticipating your future needs, and, ultimately, finding a viable solution. We have all been in situations where the immediate need surpassed the need for planning and the installation was rushed. More often than not, the installation had to be repeated to correct problems....   [tags: Internet Software Computers Essays] 4040 words
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Network Design for Worldwide Advertising Inc - Worldwide Advertising Inc (WAI) is a startup advertising firm that is about to hire three hundred employees to work at its newly constructed Los Angeles and New York offices. The company is in need of IT consulting to design its network infrastructure on top of already existing Ethernet wiring and RJ45 connections. WAI has not hired any IT staff yet, but when the company does, the IT staff will take over administration of the network. The company has requested a proposal for initial implementation and configuration of their core IT services....   [tags: infraestructure, virtualization, server core]
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Infrastructure Strategic Analysis and Solution Exercise: Smith's Media Services - Infrastructure Strategic Analysis and Solution Exercise (ISASE) Introduction Smith’s Media Services plc has a network which is in need of modernisation. This report will got through the problems with their current network, solutions to their problems and anything they could do to improve and modernise their network. Problems 1. Extensive amount of under-utilized servers taking up more space and consuming more resources than can be justified by the amount of work they are actually doing. This is known as IT server sprawl....   [tags: network, modernization, it server]
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Will Linux replace Windows NT as the server OS of choice? - Linux VS NT / Will Linux replace Windows NT as the server OS of choice. "Linux is ready, or at least poised, to take on Windows NT for market dominance of server operating systems", said T. W. Burger Owner, Thomas Wolfgang Burger Consulting June 2000. It is the competitive choice for the user wanting a cheap, versatile, scalable, and reliable server solution. This article examines how Linux is ready to meet or exceed all user requirements that NT provides and why Linux should be the preferred alternative to NT....   [tags: Essays Papers] 3216 words
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A report about Internet/intranet and server requirements - A report about Internet/intranet and server requirements The internet server An Internet server delivers WebPages to computers via a telephone or broadband connection called a dial up connection. This can be done to computers anywhere in the world as long as they are connected to the internet. An internet server has something called DNS enabling. This allows a website to be found from that websites own server e.g. when someone types www.microsoft.com, the website is associated to Microsoft server so the website is delivered to your computer screen....   [tags: Computer Science] 523 words
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Systems for Ensuring Secure Client/Server Transactions - Securing Client/Server Transactions The three basic ways that security is implemented in the area of client/server transaction. The first area is firewalls. The basic idea of a firewall to monitor traffic from a trusted network ( a company’s internal network) to an untrusted network (such as the Internet). Firewalls fall into two categories, “proxies” and “packet-filtering” firewalls. Packet-filtering determines whether a packet is allowed or disallowed depending on the source of the packet and the contents of it....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Chicago’s Tribunes Server Consolidation A Success - Chicago’s Tribunes Server Consolidation a Success Summary This case study is an analysis of the Chicago Tribunes Server consolidation in which the Chicago Tribune moved its critical applications from several mainframes and older Sun servers to new, dual-site data-center infrastructure based on Sun 15K servers. The Tribune clustered the Sun servers over a 2-mile distance, lighting up a dark-fiber, 1-Gbps link between two data centers. This configuration let the newspaper spread the processing load between the servers while improving redundancy and options for disaster recovery....   [tags: Business Newspaper Analysis] 1110 words
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What´s a Peer-to-peer Network? - Introduction: Peer-to-peer (P2P) is a substitute network design to the conventional client-server architecture. P2P networks utilize a decentralised model in which each system, act as a peer, and serve as a client with its own layer of server functionality. A companion plays the role of a client and a server in the meantime. That is, the node can send calls to other nodes, and at the same time respond to approaching calls from other companions in the system. It is different from the traditional client-server model where a client can just send requests to a server and then wait for the server’s response....   [tags: re-association, napster, client-server]
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Database Comparison of SQL Server 2000, Access, MySQL, DB2, and Oracle - Introduction This paper will compare and contrast five different database management systems on six criteria. The database management systems (DBMS) that will be discussed are SQL Server 2000, Access, MySQL, DB2, and Oracle. The criteria that will be compared are the systems’ functionality, the requirements that must be met to run the DBMS, the expansion capabilities – if it is able to expand to handle more data over time, the types of companies that typically use each one, the normal usage of the DBMS, and the costs associated with implementing the DBMS....   [tags: essays research papers] 1088 words
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Network Design - Network Design Network Design is very important when it comes to implementing a connection between a computer and a server. According to Network world Websites, Network is defined as a “connected collection or devices and end systems, such as computers and servers, that can communicate with each other”(McQuerry). Network carry data in many types of environment, such as homes, small businesses, and large enterprises. Network Locations Is one of the major factors. There are different types and locations of network exist, including network in a home or home office to communicate through the Internet, to locate information, to place orders for merchandise, and to send message to frie...   [tags: connection, computer, server]
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Blade Servers - Blade Servers INTRODUCTION The internet boom in the late 90’s was the triggering event that created the need for blade servers. It is a fast growing market that emerged recently. Dell’s PowerEdge 1655MC, the IBM eServer Blade Center, and Hewlett-Packard’s (HP’s) ProLiant BL20p G2 are few examples that uses blade servers. WHAT IS A BLADE SERVER This is the first question I asked myself when this topic was assigned to me. Blade servers. A server is a computer that supports applications and telecommunications in a network, as well as the sharing of peripheral devices, software, and databases among the workstations in the network....   [tags: Computers Technology Essays]
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Connection Problem to The Bilkent University Virtual Private Network - 1. Introduction There are 15.618 students in Bilkent University [1], including undergraduate students, Master students and PhD students. Currently 4025 students are living in the Bilkent dormitories [2] so 11.261 students live out of Bilkent University. When I conduct an online survey with these Bilkenters, according to survey results, %78.38 of Bilkenters use Bilkent Virtual Private Network from out of Bilkent [3]. This means that 8200 Bilkenters use Virtual Private Network of Bilkent. Also, according to survey results %51.36 of Bilkenters, in other words 4100 people use Bilkent Virtual Private Network in their daily life [4]....   [tags: networking, servers, market]
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An Analysis Of The Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Big Six Database Servers - Comparison Summary DBMS Server Comparison Supplement An Analysis Of The Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Big Six Database Servers. In 1991 I performed a thorough evaluation and comparison of the four major DBMSs at the time: Informix, Ingres, Oracle, and Sybase. This comparison was done for a client building a huge distributed database application, currently in its second phase of d evelopment, with the first phase running successfully country-wide. At that stage, the distinguishing criteria were query optimizers, triggers, views, and support for distributed databases....   [tags: Database DBMS] 1711 words
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Workgroup Consultation for Sally Chu - Sally Chu has a business where the computers are setup on a work-group instead of active directory server. Mrs. Chu wants to have the staff to have same computer-access privileges to run application and use network printer but not to a make any changes to the computer. Mrs. Chu also wants to have information on two forms of authentication methods for windows 7 and to know the advantages and disadvantages of both methods. Mrs. Cho has application which will need to run in the protected mode of Internet Explorer (IE) on the local intranet and be able to write to disk space on the computer....   [tags: Technology, servers]
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Network Load Balancing - Load balancing is a method for distributing workloads across multiple computers, such as a cluster, a Central Processing Unit, network links, or disk drives to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, minimize response time and avoid overload of any one of the resources. By using multiple components that use load balancing, it can increase reliability and speed through redundancy, instead of using a single component to achieve the desired result. The Load balancing is achieved through dedicated software or hardware like a multilayer switch or a domain name switch (DNS) server process....   [tags: computers, routing paths, servers] 659 words
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Correlation of the Behavior of Female Waitresses at Sports Bars and the Tips Given By Male Customers - When we go out to eat or drink at a sports bar, we usually find that a majority of the servers and bartenders are females. Why is this, one might ask. The most obvious reason is that they draw in more male customers to drink beer and eat food. If a male patron were to walk into a sports bar, he would stay longer and spend more money because he would tend to be checking out a server that he considered attractive. Servers usually know this so they tend to expose themselves more and dress accordingly to attract more guys and hopefully to receive larger tips....   [tags: restaurant servers and customer tipping]
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Security: Cloud Computing - Now a day even though Cloud services offer flexibility, scalability, there have been proportionate concerns about security. As more data moves from centrally located server storage to the cloud storage. Security is the most important factor related to the cloud computing. As the users can stores his private data on cloud with the help of cloud service providers. Data stored on single cloud is risk of service availability failure due to attacker enters in single cloud. Our approach is to movement towards multi-clouds that is data stored on multi-cloud service providers....   [tags: storage, data, servers]
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Importance of Being Earnest: Dinner is Served - Food is the world’s safe house. Primarily, food is what keeps the body in working order. Behind the scenes, food creates an industry that is incomparable to any other. From diners to fishermen, and from bakeries to slaughterhouses, food is known by all. Oscar Wilde takes this universal knowledge of food to create the compelling social satire known as “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Wilde cleverly brings readers into a new world of secrecy, fantasy, and power through the need to eat. With the onset of the “New Woman” era, Oscar Wilde uses food to introduce his humourously repulsed opinion on the freedom of women, while alluding to the struggle of being accepted in this previously unheard...   [tags: Theatre]
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Dinner is Served - Dinner is Served I ran into the kitchen to perform some last minute preparations for the night’s joyous festivities. I could smell the inviting aroma of the freshly smoked salmon which I had smothered in a light cabernet sauce and topped with dill to complete the presentation. I must admit that I was quite nervous in regards to the night that lay ahead. I quickly set the table because dinner was to be served in fifteen minutes. I could see the look of anxiety on my face through the reflection of the recently polished silver and stemware....   [tags: Technology Food Papers] 2686 words
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Is Justice Fairly Served in New York City? - Is justice fairly served in New York City. Everyday some one is arrested for something they did not do. The New York City officers abuse their power as a public servant, while leaving citizens vulnerable in situations. They fear the police of what the could do to their reputations if they go against their authority. In the Adventures of a Novelist, Crane had to make a decision on weather he should testify or not for the prostitute that was accused for soliciting two men. Crane knew what the right thing was to do, but was apprehensive of what may turn out for him....   [tags: justice, New York City, criminal justice,] 743 words
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How to Ensure the Call Center Staff Is Successful and That Customers Are Well Served - How to Ensure the Call Center Staff Is Successful and That Customers Are Well Served There is several ways through which the management can ensure that distant call centers for their organizations are successful and that their customers are well served. Some of these include: Customer service staff training and development New employees should be thoroughly trained on communication skills over the phone and online. This should be done by experienced and successful trainers who are informed properly on the area....   [tags: Business Management ]
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A Saxon Noble serves King William the First - A Saxon Noble serves King William the First About twenty years ago I made my submission to William of Normandy when I saw that we Saxons could no longer resist the rule of William and his knights and men-at-arms; they were simply too strong and well organized to be effectively resisted. My friend Hereward, known as the Wake, held out of for eight years in the Isle of Ely, in the Fens but then even he had to submit. I realised that if we Saxon nobles continued to resist we would lose our land, our animals, our crops, our houses and possibly our lives....   [tags: Papers] 498 words
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The Mass Media Serves the Interests of the Corporate and Political Elite - The Mass Media Serves the Interests of the Corporate and Political Elite There exists a symbiotic relationship between corporate America and the United States government. This relationship influences the organizational structure of the mass media and thereby greatly impacts the framing of social problems in our society. The mass media serves the interests of the corporate and political elite by presenting only those issues favorable to their objectives and “filtering” out those that are not. To understand how this “filtering” process works, it is necessary to recognize who actually has control of what issues are presented in the mass media and what issues are omitted....   [tags: Papers] 1027 words
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Justice was Served in the Film Twelve Angry Men - Justice was Served in the Film Twelve Angry Men In the film Twelve Angry Men, I believe justice was served. Without juror number eight, however, the outcome most assuredly would have been different. The subtle force and confidence that he displayed allowed the narrow minds of the other eleven jurors to be broadened. From the beginning of the film, juror number eight displayed his interest in the case, not his personal engagements. His opening part by the window foreshadowed his deep concern for the defendant, an eighteen year-old Hispanic gentleman accused of stabbing his father in a fit of rage....   [tags: Papers] 386 words
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Reading Literature that Explores Another Culture Serves as a Vast Learning Experience - Reading Literature that Explores Another Culture Serves as a Vast Learning Experience Reading literature that explores another culture serves as a vast and positive learning experience. By providing material that not necessarily relates to the reader's background, a multicultural curriculum opens up the opportunity for a reader to absorb the material as is, without the interference of previously gained information or prejudices. Such materials have a tendency to immediately interest and captivate the reader, and therefore can easily integrate in the book cultural and historical facts that will be remembered....   [tags: Papers] 511 words
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Structure of Web-Based UMS Using SOA - Basically, a Browser/Server (B/S) model is adopted in the system design where nearly all computing load is located on the server side, while the client side is only responsible for displaying. In this project, SOA is used to facilitate data communication and interactive operations for the reason that each web service is an independent unit in SOA. The general structure of the web-based UMS using SOA is described as follows (Figure 2). In Figure 2, the server side is composed of GIS web service providers, an image cache server, a web server and a firewall....   [tags: Information Technology ] 1254 words
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Proposed Network Solution for Worldwide Advertising, Inc. - At the core of any successful business is a functioning, well-organized network. The design of that network can be a daunting task for even the most skilled of Information Technology and Networking Professionals. To make that task more manageable it’s easier to divide it up into the key components needed to implement a successful network design. In this proposal we will go through those key areas and understand the needs of Worldwide Advertising Inc. and some of the suggested solutions specific to the organization. Deployment and Server Editions Server Editions WAI is a relatively small sized company in regards to IT needs and specifically when it comes to determining the Win...   [tags: Worldwide Advertising Inc. Case Study]
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To what extent do you agree with the opinion that the organisation of labour and Trade Unions served only to hinder the progress of Black Americans du - To what extent do you agree with the opinion that the organisation of labour and Trade Unions served only to hinder the progress of Black Americans during the period 1865-1945. Whilst some historians may claim that the organisation of labour and Trade Unions served only to inhibit the progress of Black Americans during the period 1865 (the year the Freedman’s Bureau was created)-1945 (the end of WW2 in Europe) there is a considerable amount of historical evidence that can be pointed to that refutes this claim....   [tags: Papers] 1315 words
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Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman Serves as a Critique of Capitalism - An energetic generation that lost all their dreams and didn’t have anything except despair in their senescence, a generation which wanted to change the world but not only they couldn’t change the world but also they couldn’t change themselves. (Death of a Salesman: Text and Criticism by Gerald Weales) Arthur Miller’s play in brief is about a 63 years old salesman named Willy Loman whose job and life faced stagnation and everyday it becomes much more difficult for him to provide the necessities of life....   [tags: literary analysis, government, research paper] 2775 words
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Proposal for SBS 2011 - Here at Knight Lite, commitment to long term operations is of great importance. Taking pride in a growing customer database and knowing how well business has flourished are two key factors in determining how current operations are beginning to show age and are no longer fit for the company. Technically, the current in-house systems are running Windows 2000 Pro and are centrally connected to server, with a Small Business Server 2003 configuration. A migration to newer operating systems highly recommended in order to achieve optimal work performance, with all terminals upgrading to Windows 7 Enterprise and the server over hauled to Small Business Server Standard Edition 2011....   [tags: Business Proposal ]
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Exchange to ne Hardware - If you simply want to do an in-place upgrade of Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003 using the same server, you’ve got it made – Microsoft has explained the process of upgrading and made it pretty simple. Even if you’re still using Exchange v5.5, Microsoft has you covered with a wealth of documentation to peruse. But what if you’re an Exchange 2000 organization that wants to bring in a new Exchange 2003 system alongside your existing machine, move all your content over to it, and decommission the original box....   [tags: essays research papers] 2614 words
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The Netnews Administration System - 1 Project 1: 1.a RFC 4707: The Netnews Administration System: The Netnews Administration System is a platform which has been made for ease for administration and utilization of Netnews via online. Further the newsgroups data kept in the centralization boundary database in an environment of client-server protocol to be distributed. Moreover, the data can be accessed by news servers, news administrators, and the readers. However, three of them have different access, such as the server can perform configuration automatically, on the other hand Administrator can only obtain data manually....   [tags: administration, internet, gopher protocol]
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The Citrix Mobile Enterprise Strategy - 1. History and Growth Citrix Systems is based in Fort Lauderdale, FL; it provides systems, technology, and connectivity for people to work remotely. “Some of its products include Goto Assist, GoTo Meeting, and Podio”. Citrix was founded in 1989 in Richardson, TX by former IBM developer Ed Iacobucci with $3 million in backing. Early on from the founding of the company, it faced a difficult financial situation. “From 1989 to 1995 the company didn’t turn a profit but it did receive funding from Intel and Microsoft during 1991 and 1993”....   [tags: technology, cloud environment]
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Mechanisms and Processes of the Internet - Mechanisms and Processes of the Internet Electronic commerce can be defined as the conduct of commerce in goods and services, with the assistance of telecommunications and telecommunications-based tools. Here, the term telecommunications can mean any existing telecommunication networks such as Public Switched Telephone Network, Integrated Services Digital Network, or even Wireless Networks. However the major and the most important telecommunication network of E-commerce is the Internet. The great possibility and potential of E-commerce has been realized with the development of the Internet....   [tags: Computers Technology Web Essays]
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Remote Access: Virtual Private Network - Introduction Micro Widgets, Incorporated is a dynamic organization constantly looking to expand its customer base. To do so, the company utilizes the skills of a mobile sales force. Being mobile, the sales force requires access to the corporate network from time to time while on the road. The Chief Information Officer (CIO) issued a mandate that all employees of the organization have remote access to the corporate network. This enables the sales force to do their job. It also affords the company the ability to offer the benefit of working from home to the employees of the organization....   [tags: micro widgets, access from a distance]
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Scalability and Consistency in Peer-to-Peer Based Network Gaming - I. INTRODUCTION Multiplayer network games have become increasingly popular over the past decade and their popularity continues to grow as more vendors release this genre of games over social media or as expansions to single-player games. A very prominent category of multiplayer games is the so-called Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs), which allow a large number of players to play within a virtual world. Successful examples are World of Warcraft [1], Eve Online [2] and Lord of the Rings Online [3]....   [tags: Computer Science]
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