Category Archives: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Traditional Roles of Finance Function

Questions:

1. An assessment of the traditional roles of the finance function?

2. An evaluation of the financial and non-financial challenges that have directly affected the finance function as a result of globalisation?

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System Development Methodology Assignment Help-166686

TASK –

Welcome to the 3 Platform Research Assignment
This study guide has been developed so that you, as a prospective IT Professional, can gain an
understanding of the various technologies that are relevant to the course, and in particular the role in
which you work.
You will have heard of many IT vendors that provide a platform that is proprietary to them and was
developed and is owned by them. Some of these vendors include Microsoft, Citrix, Red Hat, Oracle,
CISCO, Novel, IBM, etc.
You may have also heard of ‘Open Source’ which is a philosophy or pragmatic methodology that
promotes free distribution and access to an end product’s design and implementation deta ils. This sort
of access and information is held back by most vendors as they see this as an infraction on their ability
to succeed in a market place where they have invested a significant monetary sum to develop these
proprietary products.
The definition of Open Source Copyright according to www.thefreedictionary.com is:……

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Emerging Technologies and Innovation: NFC technology|IT-Management Issues|Ethics Analysis and Critical Thinking-74764

Deadline 27 12am

Task

TASK 1: Annotated Bibliography (20%)

1. Write an Annotated Bibliography for your Capstone Topic following a set structure. The Annotated Bibliography is a critical examination of the most relevant, recent and scholarly research on the topic area that is not just a summary of the articles you have read..
2. Use the latest online search tools ( CSU PRIMO, Google Scholar, Online databases) and efficient bibliographic organisers – CSU supports the use of EndNote. (available on iPad). EndNote is a bibliographic citation program, allowing references and footnotes to be translated into a variety of standard formats.
3. As a CSU student you can download and install EndNote X7 for Windows or Mac OS platforms https://online.csu.edu.au/division/dit/software/core.html
4. For Group Work OPTION teams only: Assessment Item 3 Annotated Bibliography is done INDIVIDUALLY by ALL students.
5. Ensure that the AB submitted by you is your own work and has not been submitted elsewhere and comply with the University’s requirements for academic integrity.
6. You can get help in Building and Writing an Annotated Bibliography from Topic 3 in the ITC571 Interact2 site sidebar menu and other study advices and tips from:
a. Study Resources (PDF files to download): http://student.csu.edu.au/study/resources
b. APA style Referencing from http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu.
c. The CSU Library website for LibGuides in Information Technology, Computing and Mathematics at http://libguides.csu.edu.au/cat.php?cid=66969
d. EndNote Bibliographic software and tutorials LibGuide at http://libguides.csu.edu.au/endnote
7. Review the emerging technology (use internet for journals, conference papers, magazines, news articles, online databases, eBooks) and submit a 12 article Annotated Bibliography on your topic.
8. A good place to start a collection of articles in your review of the literature is via the PRIMO search tool located on the CSU Library website at http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library As an example, the Capstone Topic PRIMO search on a topic like ” near field communication applications” returned the following list of very recent journals, books, conference proceedings and eBooks related to the Topic:

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Formative Assessment-130982

TASK –

I need to finalise an online course for my Diploma in Childcare Education in Australia. The unit is HLTHIR404D – Work effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.
There is a formative assessment with 15 questions, each requires at least 150-200 words. And there are 2 summative assessments for which i require help on the second one. I need to submit a 2000 word paper.

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Java Inheritance Programming-108980

Student Mohammed from USA

Assigned & Due: 10/7/15
1. (10 points) Java Inheritance.
You are to develop and test the following in Java: 1 interface, 4 abstract classes, 3 other classes and 4 objects. The interface is named cs398Live. The abstract classes are named cs398Thing(baseclass) and Rock, Plant, and Animal (derivedclasses),asparentandchildren,respectively. The Cat and Dog classes, in turn, are subclasses of Animal. You must provide a constructor for each of the classes.

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GAMIFICATION AND PERSUASIVE COMPUTING-105125

Fraud Student Name AnkitChhajed

This assessment requires you to complete an annotated bibliography of literature relevant in the field of gamification and persuasive computing. The bibliography will focus on a key topic (e.g., motivating the player experience, game rewards and behaviour change). It should also target research from a specific domain that you wish to pursue for your design assessment (e.g., Education, Health and Fitness, or Enterprise). Undertaking this annotative bibliography should give you a greater understanding of the topic area and also help to inform and justify design decisions made in later assessment. An introduction paragraph that clearly states the topic and summarises the overall findings of the bibliography is required, along with an annotated bibliography of 10-15 references. The annotated bibliography is to be delivered via blackboard and also as a blog post on your personal website for the subject. You will be marked on the introduction, selection of references (quality, suitability, breadth and depth), the description and critical analysis of each reference, as well as your referencing style and communication.

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The International Librarians Network (ILN) peer mentoring program-105159

Fraud Student Name AnkitChhajed

Need to create HTML pages according to Information Architecture (IA) and Wireframes which i have provided in zip file. Content and Metadata information is also provided in that zip file.

Page Type of page Notes on what to include where to get the content from
Home page Content In addition to text, include the logo, a photo, four social network icons, and a footer. Take the image from the existing site to use on the home page
About us Content Include information about The International Librarians Network organisation. Why does The International Librarians Network exist? Who is the audience? Don’t forget to provide access to child pages. Supplied content + any other useful content
Support the ILN Content Supplied content + any other useful conten
Meet our team Pathway Include introductory text. Don’t forget to provide access to all child pages, not just the ones you are building. Supplied content + any other useful conten
ILN Directors Content Include information about the directors. Dont’s forget to add their photos. Also link the text to the relevant pages. Supplied content + any other useful conten.
About ILN partnerships Content If you are working in a pair, you don’t need to create the “how the program works” page for giving access to this page. Just link “How the program works” text to “About ILN Partnerships” and I’ll pretend I have selected it from a drop down menu on the home page 😉

Students in groups of three still need to build the “How the program works and link to this page from there.

Supplied content + any other useful conten

ABOUT THE ILN

The International Librarians Network (ILN) peer mentoring program is a facilitated program aimed at helping librarians develop international networks. We believe that innovation and inspiration can cross borders, and that spreading our networks beyond our home countries can make us better at what we do.

Participants in the program are matched with others outside their country, based on the information they provide to the program coordinators. Partnerships are made for a fixed term, and during this period the partnerships are supported by regular contact and discussion points led by the program coordinators. Supported partnerships have an end date, however it is our vision that participants would develop a widening network of ongoing, independent professional relationships.

The International Librarians Network is run by volunteers all around the world.

While the ILN enjoys the support of many esteemed professional and commercial bodies worldwide, it is run independently.

MEET OUR TEAM

The International Librarians Network is run by a dedicated team of volunteers from around the globe. Our volunteers donate not only their time but their valuable expertise to ensure the ILN remains a global leader in international peer-mentoring. Without the work of all of our volunteers, the ILN simply could not happen.

Find out more about our volunteers and meet the:

ILN DIRECTORS

Alyson Dalby – Director of Business Operations

Clare McKenzie – Director of Communications

Kate Byrne – Director of Technical Operations

  • Where? Sydney, Australia
  • Currently employed by: UNSW Library
  • Twitter handle: @katecbyrne
  • About: Kate is the Manager, Research Reporting at the University of New South Wales Library and her background is in bridging the divide between library clients and technical and research services. Kate’s chief research interests lie in communication and collaboration within the library and the wider information industry. You can find a list of her publications on her ORCID ID or find her on twitter as @katecbyrne.

ABOUT ILN PARTNERSHIPS

Matching participants

The ILN will use the information provided by prospective participants to match them with other participants, to form a partnership. We will look at things like the sector that they work in, location, career stage, and areas of interest. The more information we have the better the match will be, however if applicants are very particular in the type of person they would like to be partnered with it may be difficult for us to find the perfect match for you.

Note that we will not automatically match people who are similar – if one works in a public library and indicates that they would like to be partnered with someone in an academic library, we will try our best to meet this request. Likewise, if an applicant  is at a later stage in their career and is eager to be partnered with an early-career practitioner, we will try and match them with someone that meets that description rather than someone who is also in a later career stage.

Meeting ILN partners

Once we have matched partners, we provide information to both along with guidelines on how to maintain a healthy peer mentoring relationship. If we are unable to secure a suitable match we will contact the applicant to explore other options.

It’s up to each of the participants involved to make the time to get to know their ILN partner. Distance communication is tricky, especially when you are just getting to know someone, so it is important to communicate clearly as well as to set expectations for the partnership. Tips we can suggest in the early stages of a partnership are:

  • Discussing  what you are hoping to get out of the program and how you can contribute
  • Communicating with partners at least once every two weeks
  • Trying out to use a range of communications tools such as Facebook, Twitter or Skype in addition to email
  • Always letting the other partner know of any upcoming changes to your availability (holidays, vacations, etc)
  • Being mindful that it can take a few exchanges to become more comfortable with one other so remember to keep communicating and asking and answering lots of questions.

Support for partnerships

ILN partnership are supported for the four months of the program. During this stage we will:

  • Establish the partnership by providing contact details and other information to both participants
  • Provide partners with guidelines on how to communicate effectively
  • Regularly touch base with partners to ensure that the relationship is working for both participants
  • Provide monthly discussion topics to partners to stimulate the relationship
  • Host online discussions to allow you to develop wider networks with other participants

Discussion topics will change regularly and we aim to present topics that everyone can relate to.  We are very eager to hear any suggestions for discussion topics.

Concluding partnerships

Partnerships are facilitated by the ILN for four months. We find that this is long enough to get to know your partner, but also allows you a chance to move on to another partnership and develop wider networks.

Participants will receive a reminder one month before your partnership is due to expire. This will give participants a chance to discuss whether they would like to continue their relationship outside of the facilitated program structure. There is no requirement to cease partnerships once the facilitation ends, however formal ILN support will cease.

Once formal partnerships have concluded, everyone is welcome to apply for subsequent partnership rounds.

SUPPORT THE ILN

The International Librarians Network is a non-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers. The ILN is an incorporated association in New South Wales (NSW), Australia and is regulated by NSW Fair Trading under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009.

Created and run by librarians for librarians, the ILN could not exist without the generous donations of time, energy and finance made by our volunteers, participants and the ILN community.

By donating to the ILN you help us keep the program free for participants all around the world. You are also helping secure the financial and operational sustainability of the program for the future. All donations help, big or small.

 

Sponsorship and partnership opportunities

Organisations and institutions can also support the ILN by taking up one of our sponsorship or partnership packages. For more information on these packages, please contact us at contact@interlibnet.org.

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Knowledge Discovery in Databases Assignment-93567-51425

Etal. isa frequently used abbreviation which is originated from the Latin word – ET alii, which means “and others”. Et al. is very similar to the abbreviation, etc., which means and “the rest”. The broad difference is that etc. is used for things, while et al. is used for people.

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Information Security Assignment-93569-51425

2nd Source – In this APA citation, the source is cited within a source. They are also referred as secondary source.

Introduction

Recently, an expanding trend of security incidents, like website defacement, leakage of data, hacking of servers, data being stolen by disgruntled employees, has been noticed. In the present world, information is developed, saved, processed and transported so that it can be utilized in the world of IT. In administrations and industries, there isn’t an individual present who can deny the requirement of sufficiently safeguarding their IT domain. Additionally, information gained from other stages of business procedures is required to be sufficiently safeguarded as well. This is the reason why information security has a critical role to play in the protection of data and assets of a company. IT security events like information manipulation or disclosure can have a wide range of adverse effects on the business. Additionally, it can restrict the business from operating properly and as a consequence, operational expenses can be quite high. Also, various small and medium sized organizations believe that firewalls, anti-viruses and anti-spam software can adequately save them for information security events. They have an understanding of the requirement data security, however, they don’t give it the required amount of attention necessary. Cybercrime is increasing gradually and thus, it is quite critical that the entrepreneurs of these industries are well-aware of the security embezzlements that might have to be dealt with on a regular basis. The following paper will provide the importance and need of information security. Additionally, the majority of the paper will encompass the numerous parts of the management of information security like the requirement of physically protecting the organization’s assets, ethical and personal challenges of management of information security, biometric and internet security.

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Closure operations for digital topology-70996

Closure operations for digital topology

Closure operations

A set is closed (under AN operation) if and as long as the operation on any 2 components of the set produces another component of constant set. If the operation produces even one component outside of the set, the operation isn’t closed.

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Information technology assignment-60951

Introduction

Information technologies have made significant changes in the world and newer developments in the field are transformational to societies today. For instance, fiber optics have made the telecommunication costs go down drastically. Another major development is in the speed and capacity of information systems. Both speed and capacities of systems are increasing but size of equipments or systems is decreasing. These reduced sizes combined with reduced costs have made possible human-computer interfaces that using virtual space transactions. This human-machine interface technologies have given rise to the field of robotics which is seeing many advances and is expected to grow fast in future.

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Network Security Assignment-70613

Expand on the document attached

expand on Encryption Techniques
Symmetric encryption
Stream Cipher
Block Cipher
Types of Symmetric encryption
Asymmetric encryption
Types of Asymmetric encryption

ive already started so its a matter of adding to them and maybe rewording them

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Human Computer Interaction-40361

Things

The development in “Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)” field has not just been in nature of connection, it has additionally accomplished diverse stretching in its history. As opposed to outlining customary interfaces, the diverse examination extensions have had distinctive concentrate on the ideas of multimodality instead of unimodality, shrewd versatile interfaces instead of summon/activity based ones, lastly dynamic instead of latent interfaces.

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Computer Networks Assignment-MAH021214_22532_45222

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Computer Networks

 

 

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Question 1: 3

Part A.. 3

Part B.. 4

Part C.. 5

Part D.. 5

Part E.. 6

Part F. 6

Part G.. 6

Part H.. 7

Question 2. 7

Question 3. 8

Question 4. 9

Question 5. 10

Question 6. 10

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