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Ethical Computing QBA 362 w/ Burke Ltelatk H. Fritz FRITZ, LTELATK Ethical Computing QBA 362-Spring 2010 E T H I C AL C O MP UT I NG 1. Find a code of ethics from a firm of your choosing (other than the CPSR or the ACM). What do you think are the best five guiding principles from all the tips that you found? http://www.buzzle.com/articles/computer-ethics-code-of-ethics-in-computing.html Code of Ethics  Information stored on the computer should be treated as seriously as written...

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Cloud Computing

Thesis Statement This term paper will discuss the concept of cloud computing, including its strengths and weaknesses. Introduction {text:list-item} Body {text:list-item} {text:list-item} {text:list-item} Conclusion {text:list-item} In a cloud computing system, there's a significant workload shift from the average enterprise network. The term “cloud” refers to the internet, which plays a major part in this architecture. Local computers...

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Cloud Computing

Part A: Cloud Computing What is cloud computing? Cloud computing allows people to log into a web­ based service which hosts applications, programs or document. Imagine your job at a big corporation is to make sure every single computer in the company has the right software to work. Buying applications and programs for every single computer can be costly. Cloud computing solves that problem. You’d only have to install one application to ensure the employees can access to the “cloud”. The “cloud”...

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Ubiquitous Computing

basically, Ubiquitous Computing is a practice of enhancing the use of computers by making a lot of computers accessible throughout the physical environment but they’re basically invisible. In other words, it means getting computing off the desktop. Ubiquitous computing refers to a new genre of computing in which the computer completely permeates the life of the user. First were mainframe computers, which where shared by a lot of people. Right now we’re in the personal computing era, person and machine...

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cloud computing

Wireless Sensor Network-integrated Cloud computing for u-Life Care (SC3). SC3 monitors human health, activities, and shares information among doctors, caregivers, clinics, and pharmacies in the Cloud, so that users can have better care with low cost. SC3 incorporates various technologies with novel ideas including; sensor networks, Cloud computing security, and activities recognition. 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. What is Cloud Computing? The Cloud computing, coined in late of 2007, currently emerges...

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Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing CIS 500 August 28, 2012 Introduction The world is turning to cloud computing to manage data. Businesses are at the forefront of this new trend with companies such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and others leading the way by providing these services. What exactly is cloud computing? According to Turban & Volonino (2011), cloud computing is Internet- based computing in which shared resources (such as hard drives for storage) and software apps are provided to computers and...

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Green Computing

GREEN COMPUTING COTENTS | PAGE NUMBERS | INTRODUCTION | 2 | DEFINITION | 2 | GREEN COMPUTING CRITERIA | 3 - 4 | THE IMPORTANCE OF GREEN COMPUTING | 4 - 5 | PRACTICAL TIPS SUGESSTION | 5 | CONCLUSION | 6 | REFERENCE | 7 | INTRODUCTION In the advancing world now, technology had been revolitionized since the first computers Z1 Computer invented by Konrad Zuse in 1936 until now we got the most advanced computers ever invented by humans. But every technology got its pros and cons...

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The Future of Cloud Computing-What Is It &

 The Future of Cloud Computing XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX: INF103 Professor XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX April 21, 2014 The Future of Cloud Computing – What Is It & What Does It Mean? The shift to cloud computing is a major change in the industry of computer technology. Cloud computing is a tool that allows a person to access software, server and storage resources over the Internet, in a self-service manner. Instead of having to buy, install, maintain and manage these resources...

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Cloud Computing

The Government Cloud Bowen, Janine Anthony. "Cloud Computing: Issues in Data Privacy/Security and Commercial Considerations." The Computer & Internet Lawyer Aug. 2011: 1+. Academic OneFile. Web. 1 Oct. 2011 In the article, "Cloud Computing: Issues in Data Privacy/Security and Commercial Considerations", Janine Anthony Bowen discusses the legal problems with Cloud Computing. She discusses problems with cloud computing such as client’s data being stored in multiple locations...

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Basics of Green Computing

Basics of Green Computing Introduction A green computer or green IT system is one where the entire process from design, manufacture, use, and disposal involves as little environmental impact as possible. In other words, a green initiative is taken in consideration of all facets of a computer’s life, from design to disposal. In the design aspect, a green computer is created to perform without a negative environmental impact. Such design includes everything from materials and components to how the...

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