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AS and A Level: Management & Manipulation of Information

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    Hardware and Network issues in e-commerce

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    Issues with broadband Due to it's shared network characteristics, Cable broadband users are subject to unauthorized access to their system in the same way LAN user could gain unauthorized into other systems. Also, in order to get DSL the user has to live within 12,000 to 18,000 feet to get it (Robson, 2000; Shultz, 2001). These are some issues concerned with the two most common broadband connections, however there are a few other issues concerned with broadband. Security As more and more ISP's are beginning to provide broadband access, the competition is heating up.

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    The Internet is an important part of our everyday lives however it is not perfect. There are many merits and pitfalls of having easy access to the vast amounts of media and information provided on the Internet.

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    The Internet has become one large cyber library with enormous amounts of information provided on almost every topic imaginable. The Internet is one collective site that provides one with all the information one could possibly hope for. Using the Internet saves a lot of time as opposed to searching through books upon books in a library just to find a page where the topic concerned is mentioned briefly. Search Engines such as Google and Yahoo provide you with instant access to hundreds of websites and files concerning the topic you wish to research. It takes a few seconds to type on your topic on a search engine and within moments, all the information you require is at the tip of your fingers.

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  • Evaluate the tools and techniques used to create finished animations

    "Conclusion Overall I don't think that fireworks is a very good animation making program, everything just seems a little static to me, and there is not much going on. I prefer the flash animation over this because you are able to create animations allot faster than you can with the others. I believe that Photoshop is a very good animation program but it is hard to use. Really i don't think that fireworks is very good, it's ok for beginners to show them how animations work and how to create them but that's pretty much it."

  • Discuss Data Base Management Systems.

    "To conclude, we sum up by reiterating Masiiwa and Kabanda's definition that a database is a logically coherent collection of data with some inherent meaning. By data, they mean the known facts that can be recorded and have implicit meaning. Organisations need this system or a DBMS in place because it stores tonnes of information that otherwise would be cumbersome to retrieve if everything was on lever arch files and papers and in employees offices."

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