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...digital content. Video 3: Marshall Lerner Harvard Lecture Copyright Infringement pt1/7. Perf... . Marshall Lerner. 2009. This is a lecture on copyright violation, fair use, and the use of the internet to access intellectual properties. What is allowable with respect to the exploit of digital work under the patent law is not always obvious. Even though there are some stipulations by patent law for fair use, the internet raises fresh issues of what is lawful, correct, and reasonable to property owners and end user. The International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. “Intellectual Property, What is It?” 2011. Web. 10 November 2011 . This article focuses on the various types... Article Data privacy Vijayan, Jaikumar. “CIA Monitors Up to ...
Digital Marketing - Digital Audit
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...Digital Marketing- Digital Audit By [Presented to] of INTRODUCTION Digital marketing has surely revolutionised the way companies promote their products and services and also interact with their customers. Digital marketing has further changed the operational and functional framework of many organisations. In last few years, with the advent of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flicker, and LinkedIn; organisations have multiple opportunities to promote their business. This also helps in adding value to the business prospects in the domestic as well as in the international market. Ryan and Jones (2009) stated that...
Digital Divide/Digital Inequality
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...Digital Divide and Education Digital divide is the unequal distribution and use of technology among different aspects of the society. This generally is the difference between who have the technology and who do not have it. Access to technology has been on the increase due to cheap availability and ease in use among different technology access methods. Smartphones, personal computers and other portable devices have eased and increased access to technology amongst members in the society. On the other hand, the gap between haves and have-nots has increased due to the impact of this technology to those who have access to it as compared to ones who cannot access nor use the digital technology... ....
Digital Radiography
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...Digital Radiography of the number of the Institute Digital Radiography Before going into the details of digital radiography, let us get a better understanding of what radiography actually is. Radiography is a form of imaging that is used to produce images of organs and tissues. X-ray is the most widely used technology of medical imaging, which help physicians in the diagnosis of abnormalities in body organs and tissues. Digital radiography makes use of solid-state detectors in place of x-ray films in order to produce images of organs on the computer screen. “Radiographic digital imaging is a specific type...
Digital Technologies
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...Digital Technologies Insert Insert Digital technology is a novel field focusing on computational thinking and creating an awareness platform for digital systems. It entails creating a number of solutions to day to day out problems digitally (Weber & Dixon, 2007). The concepts surrounding this term include software, hardware, data and the manner of its delivery to the external parties. Commonly, they will exist as pictures, diagrams, and symbols. In addition, it comprises a series of steps that when followed in the order presented, solves the task at hand. Digital technologies in the wider scope explore...
Digital Revolution
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...digital revolution can be interpreted as a wicked problem 3 b)Demonstrate how the digital divide poses an issue and/or opportunity for business 3 References 5 a) Explain how the digital revolution can be interpreted as a wicked problem The digital revolution has been termed as the wicked issue because the solution to this problem cannot be sorted as it is getting contradictory to the changing requirements. The issue of digital revolution has become resistant as the effort to solve it may give rise to other problems which may be harmful for the society at large (Fitzpatrick, 2003, p.3). The digital revolution was brought about with the hope... ? Essay (Individual) Table of Contents a)Explain how the...
Digital Audio
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...Digital Audio: Evaluation of Digital Audio and its modern revolution: By the mid 1970s, the development of analogue audio systems reached a pinnacle. Thus the research now shifted from the earlier focus of achieving realism or grandeur. The focus now was on how to overcome the inconveniences inherent in analogue systems. Several research and development processes were initiated which finally ushered in the digital age of audio. There were earlier attempts as well. Since the invention of audio recording and playback systems, human beings always strove to create a system which is more accurate and efficient. By 1937, British scientist Alec...
Digital Firm
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...Digital Firms Digital Firm A Digital firm is a business entity that uses technology to enhance its relationship with the major suppliers, employees, customers, and other major external partners. Various technological platforms eminent in the organization support the digital networks, which facilitates critical business functions and delivery of services. Some of the technological platforms in the digital firm include supply chain management, warehouse management system, customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning among others (Ulijn, Drillon, &Lasch, 2007). The core purpose of the...
Digital natives
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...Digital natives’ refers to people born into a technological, electronic, and wireless society, and are inclined to interacting with digital technology froxm an early age. Today, most digital natives communicate with their friends or chat with others on Facebook instead of meeting people in person, due to the fact that digital technology makes everything convenient for them. However, since digital natives live in a world of social media, face-to-face or direct communication is increasingly becoming less important for them. Therefore, as a result, digital natives are unable to develop meaningful relationships with other people in real life, and they owe... Sitong Yuan (Stone) UWP23 Paper Final Draft 4/15...
Digital Economy
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...DIGITAL ADVERTISING METHODS AGAINST TRADITIONAL ADVERTISING” CONTENTS Number Topic Pages Introduction 2 Importance of Advertisement in an Economic Activity 2 3 Areas of Digital Advertising 3-5 4 Limitations of traditional advertising versus digital advertising 6-7 5 Cost Factor in Digital Advertising 8-9 6 Importance of Feasibility Study in digital advertising 10 7 A Case Study 11-12 Bibliography 13 Introduction Advertising is persuading audience to speed up profitable activity; it is because if an organization is offering a service or a product then it needs to be known otherwise due to the deficiency of information about the service or product the consumers may... ?“THE RELIABLITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF...
DIGITAL DIVIDE
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...Digital Divide The Global Information Technology Report of indicated that based on the data of 150 country economies, digitization increases asa country transforms from being a constrained economy to an emerging economy, transitional economy and advanced economy (Dutta & Bilbao-Osorio, 124). The Global Technology Report 2012 constructed a variable called “digitization” based on key attributes: ubiquity or universality of access to digital services, affordability of digital services, reliability, speed, usability of digital services, and “skill of corporate users to incorporate...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Marketing Table of Contents Levi Strauss & Co: Organizational background 3 Market, products & services, s, digital presence 3 Importance of customer insight from key words research 5 Utilization of Search Engine and Pay per Click in Organization 6 Rationale for e-marketing tools 7 Aspect of Digital Marketing Campaign Legislation 9 References 10 Levi Strauss & Co: Organizational background Levi Strauss & Co. is a private organization of US that has its business in the industry of men’s clothing. The company is widely known for its Denim brand of jeans sold across the globe. Levi Strauss & Co. received its first US patent of manufacturing denim jeans or blue jeans in the year of 1873... ...
Digital Divide
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...digital divide. This divide is not because of national boundaries; instead this divide is due to a gap of technological outreach among different geographical areas, most importantly rural vs. urban areas (Curtis, 2002; NTIA, 1997). This outreach problem is because of several other reasons as well... , such as difference in education level, difference in perceived needs of the societies, the person’s income and their age. According to some, these factors have more of a role in creating the digital divide than the geographical location. (Hindman, 2000; Compaine, 2001). Yet, it is a general consensus that a gap in the use of technology for different people exists. To solve this...
Digital culture
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...Digital Culture s Question A Out of the presentations done, there are many observations that clearly emerged and were d. The fact that our society has adopted a digital culture, there are many things that have changed out of that and even more, digital culture has already made an impact in our society. As a result of this, many people now are Smaking permanent decisions some of which are based on temporary conditions whereas others are based on permanent conditions. When these conditions created by the digital culture change they then start to realize that they caused more damage to their lives than the conditions did,...
Digital Divide
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...digital divide' appears as a concern of eminent importance in the context of an information society. The widening gap betweenthe richest and poorest nations across the globe, now also encompasses the access or non-access to knowledge and information in different parts of the world. This paper provides an insightful study of the 'digital divide' that highlights the 'information poverty' existing in the third world countries. The study also identifies various social, economic, and political factors that establish or reinforce the discrepancies concerning availability and usage of information in different nations. It also highlights the major issues confronting... these underdeveloped nations...
Digital Fingerprinting
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...Digital fingerprinting Contents page Thesis approval page Acknowledgments Tableof contents List of tables List of illustrations (charts, graphs, figures) Text (chapters of the manuscript) Endnotes Appendices References TITLE The Use of Digital Fingerprinting in Crime Control - Analyzing two techniques A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO XXXX UNIVERSITY IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FORENSIC SCIENCES MAY 2009 By Hector Sanchez Masters Thesis Committee: , Chairperson , Supervisor , Supervisor MASTERS THESIS APPROVAL FORMS We certify that we have read the project... ...
Digital library
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...Digital library Opening Remark and Introduction Ladies and gentlemen welcome to this presentation. As you well know, an academic library in lay man’s language is as a collection of books, periodicals, videos and other literary sources. These sources of information are stored in a building so that academicians and people with interest in various subjects can read, refer to or borrow and use them conveniently. However, this is no longer an accurate description as the place or building may not apply in all cases. The library today not be a physical structure containing literary sources. The concept of the digital library is a modern invention considering that...
Digital fingerprinting
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...Digital fingerprinting   Contents page Thesis approval page Acknowledgments Table of contents List of tables List of illustrations (charts, graphs, figures) Text (chapters of the manuscript) Endnotes Appendices References TITLE The Use of Digital Fingerprinting in Crime Control – Analyzing two techniques A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO XXXX UNIVERSITY IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF FORENSIC SCIENCES MAY 2009 By Hector Sanchez Masters Thesis Committee: , Chairperson , Supervisor , Supervisor MASTERS THESIS APPROVAL FORMS We certify that we have read the project of...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Marketing Introduction Technology has changed the way business is done in a big way. It has made it easier and cost effective for organizations to conduct their business activities. One of the activities that has gone digital is marketing. Most organizations seem to be heading towards digital marketing since if is proving to more effective as compared to other methods of marketing (Thomas, & Housden, 2011). Digital marketing refers to the marketing and promotion of goods and services through the internet and other digital means such as television advertisement, computers, digital...
Digital Forensics
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...Digital forensics The need for digital forensics has risen with the increase in digital crimes. Criminal Prosecutors use evidence from digital forensics in a variety of crimes where one can find incriminating documents involving misappropriation record keeping, financial fraud, homicides, child pornography and drug trafficking among others. This paper involves an assessment study on digital forensics and its focus is on admissibility of electronic evidence. It demonstrates how a system administrator would capture and authenticate log files from a system under her authority so that they could be admissible in court. It also articulates the legal requirements for the logs to be admissible... Running head:...
Digital Nation
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...Digital Nation SUMMARY PBS’ Frontline presented the video “Digital Nation” to explore Computer-Mediated Communications or CMC. The video explores nine sections of this subject under a positive and negative perspective. The first section covers social beliefs about CMC, which argues that the internet is participatory from a positive perspective (Dretzin 2010). From a negative perspective, the first section contends that the internet polarizes its users. The second section contends that the internet fosters personalization or the introduction of “Daily Me,” which digital technology empowers from a positive perspective (Dretzin 2010). On the...
Digital Preservation
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...Digital Preservation policy, procedure and practice in a small archive "As the manager of a small archive you are concerned about establishing policies, procedures and practices to ensure that both born-digital material and analogue items (paper-based and sound recordings) currently being digitized by the archive are future-proofed, that is , created and archived in such a way as to ensure, as far as possible, their long-term survival." Mission and Objectives This note lays down the policy documents for short and long term preservation of digitized items in a small university archive in Hong Kong. The policy document...
Digital Piracy
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...Digital Piracy Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Understanding Digital Piracy 3 Arguments for Digital Piracy 4 Music Promotion 4 Convenience 5 High Cost of Original Music 5 Digital Piracy Does Not Hurt 6 Arguments against Digital Piracy 6 Unethical Act 6 Digital Piracy as a Criminal Act 7 Low Quality/Malware 7 Conclusion 8 References 9 Abstract The trendy online sharing of music without legal authorisation is one of the issues that have generated various arguments and debates; whether it is right or wrong. Most people, in the recent past have resorted to the free music downloading sites as their primary sources of music products including video... Arguments For and Against...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Marketing Strategy 4 3. Development of Digital Marketing Strategy 5 3.1 Enhancement of GAME’s Website 6 3.2 Launch of GAME’s Corporate Social Responsibility Blog 8 3.3 Improvement of Existing Digital Marketing Activities 9 4. Conclusion 9 References 11 Executive Summary The establishment of a comprehensive digital marketing strategy is a critical factor for attaining organizational success in today’s competitive business environment. The purpose of this report is to propose an enhancement of GAME’s current digital marketing strategy to aid the company’s achievement of organizational goals and objectives... Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3 2. Brief Overview of GAME’s Current...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Marketing Evolution has always been a part and parcel of marketing. Marketing that what we know it today has witnessed a number of changes from the past. A number of different platforms and approaches are available today which was not available to the marketer in the past. But the most noteworthy and momentous development of the last decade was the incorporation of internet linked media into marketing. And this is what we call it today as the digital form of marketing. Digital marketing includes websites, social networking platforms, e-mails and many other forms. It also helps a company to increase the brand image and brand value in a cost effective way by making its presence felt... ...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Marketing al Affiliation) Clarks Digital Marketing Company background Clarks is an international shoe designer, manufacturer and retailer from the United Kingdom. Founded in 1825, the company has become international. It has over 1000 stores as well as franchises globally. It also sells by third-party distribution. The international expansion has been made possible through the use of technology such as digital marketing where the company sells its products through online virtual stores. In recent years, the company has opened more stores outside Europe and in countries such as India and China through partnering with local footwear...
Digital Economy
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...digital economy is one which is continuing to grow and gain relevance with those who are looking at growing into e-commerce or into high – end technology. The search engines which are used are now recognized as the gateway to the digital economy, specifically because of the information which is provided through the different areas. Over 50% of online users are known to use search engines as a relevant form of finding information and businesses that are online, usually which leads to e-commerce transactions and commitment to a specific corporation. This is followed by technological innovations, business models and other investments and applications... ?Introduction The importance of search engines in the...
Digital Chocolate
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...Digital Chocolate Task: Digital Chocolate, a company founded in 2003 by Trip Hawkins, contributes significantly to the mobilegaming. Its headquarters is at San Mateo in California State. The man behind its establishment was also the founder of the famous Electronic Arts (EA) Company, which majorly dealt in the production of computer games (Hill and Wagonfeld 3). The onset of the phone technology triggered his innovativeness; therefore, venturing into the production of the phones supported video games. The current research discloses the company’s ability to expand to other surrounding nations. The cultural diversity, commitment, as well as the prowess...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Media is gaining popularity and is also known as New Media. Many people think the new media will soon overtake the old one, but after billions of investments in the new media it has yet to reach the point of the old media. Both are equally important and none of them take each other’s position. To illustrate, the old media has its own significance where the new media has its popularity and importance. Therefore, if we ignore the new media in this fast-moving world, we will be left behind in the race and competitors will take the market. Hence, if we work through this new channel, it can make our work far faster... ? E-marketing communications plan for IBB Executive Summary 3 Executive Summary...
Digital Architecture
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...Digital Design Process. Evolution or Confusion Learn from the experts.. Virtual Reality.. Conclusion Bibliography. "WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IN A DIGITAL WORLD" INTRODUCTION: Digital technology and computers have been in use for a long time now. The technology was used for the creation of architectural designs almost fifty years ago and since then many dimensions have been added to the field. From designs of buildings, to all the different locations for ventilations in it, setting of water pipes and air conditioning curtailing to the environmental conditions of the building can now be done through the software that are designed... CONTENTS: Introduction.. Making Ideas...
Digital marketing
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...digital marketing in the “adidas Group” strategy for gaining competitive market position. Customers, suppliers and competitors as well as a number of other factors that are not central in the traditional business models affect the modern day businesses... Introduction Global sporting goods industry has brands that reflect the passion for sports and sporting lifestyles of the people. Among these brands, the adidas is currently rated as the second-largest sports goods maker in the world and the largest in the Europe (Bloomberg L.P, 2014). Creative marketing strategy, innovation and new business design largely contributed to the success story of the “adidas Group.” This case study illustrates the use of...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Marketing AFFILIATION: Introduction to Digital Marketing Internet has revolutionised the way in which organisations are conducting their business operations especially marketing activities. Through the emergence of internet, businesses have found a platform that is cheap and easy for them to use and it allows the businesses to target their consumers all around the globe. In the last few years, there has been a drastic shift in the approaches that are used to grab the customer’s attention as the traditional mediums of marketing are considered to be ineffective methods and the latest trend is of digital marketing (Borgan & Smith, 2009). In recent years, the rate of internet users has... ...
Digital forensic
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...Digital forensic Introduction The need for digital forensic in this high-tech world is inevitable. In recent times, the use of social networking, instant messaging, and web browsing has undergone a phenomenal growth and so is the number of cyber crimes. Due to the wide availability and cheap price of the Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) applications, they are extensively used by most of the high profile companies. Skype is one such application which allows instant messaging, file transfers, voice and video calls, and screen sharing between users (Wallingford 2006). As mentioned earlier, Skype is no exemption for computer crimes like cyber bulling and...
Digital marketing
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...Digital marketing The social media offers a strong platform for marketing with Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as some of the most popular tools formarketers. We have chosen the three avenues for marketing a club in the university and the need to reach a wider audience and the need to ensure effectiveness of the marketing are the rationale. One of the reasons for integrating the three social media in promoting business is the induced potential to expand our audience base. The three social media have different features and this means that they could attract different segment of the target market, based on demographic factors such age and social status. Consequently, some...
Digital graphics
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...Digital Graphics: Unit Task Limitations of different hardware and software packages used in graphics work. Laser Printer Inkjet Printer Resolution They have higher resolution hence better print quality They have lower resolution hence lower print quality Speed Have higher printing speed and produce more pages per minute Lower printing speed hence print fewer pages per minute Paper Handling very accurate and high and runs a lot of paper Handles lower volume of printing Colour Printing Produces high quality colour print Produces lower quality colour print Environmental Issues Can release dangerous amounts of ozone if not properly maintained Ink spills may destroy the ...
Digital System
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...Digital System Digital System Part The design of the 8 controller, has been carried out using three D-flip flops have. Figure showing the 8-state controller design using three D flip-flops Since the basic design involves the use of D flip-flops, let's see what the basic D-flip-flop is like and how it functions. A D flip-flop is a latch constructed from an SR latch. It has two additional AND gates, and a NOT gate. There are two ways to input into this flip-flop, one is the data input (D) and the other is the gate (G) or enable (E) input. The above figure shows the figure for D flip-flop, which is used in the design. D flip-flops are also known as a...
Digital Media
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...digital wave in propagating for young talent. So they resort on producing powerful pretty awe-inspiring DVD, s tainted in colors that are pretty vibrant and there is minimal... Semiology. Semiology is the study of signs and symbols, both individually and grouped in sign systems. It includes the study of how meaning is constructed and understood. Semioticians also sometimes examine how organisms make predictions about and adapt to their semiotic niche in the world (see Semiosis). Semiotics theorises at a general level about signs, while the study of the communication of information in living organisms is covered in biosemiotics or zoo semiosis. Also in broader terms defined semiosis as "...action, or...
Digital Journalism
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...DIGITAL JOURNALISM Digital Journalism The field of journalism and mass communication has greatly changed over the years. The rise of the digital media has given rise to a parallel source of information and introduced new dimensions in how news items are reported. The over reliance of traditional forms of media such as newspapers has reduced. However, the digital media are yet to replace traditional media. This is because there is still a huge population that has no access to the internet. The most important aspect of the two forms of media has been the convergence of both, where traditional forms of media use the...
Digital Marketing
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...Digital Marketing Channels With the growth of digital marketing as an alternative to the traditional marketing approach, a number of channels have been developed that have enhanced the presence of companies online. These include the use of search engine optimization, the pay per click among other channels that have been developed to improve either the presence of an organization’s digital website or the description of its products (Panda 60). Different marketing approaches are available for online marketers including the use of mails, videos, social media tools and search marketing such as search engine optimization and the pay per click....
Digital Communication
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...Digital Communication HISTORY OF DIGITAL COMMUNICATION (T1) of Institute] Digital communication is the backbone of today's information age and it is because of this field that new technologies have emerged and even further innovations are been carried out. This objective of this paper is to highlight the history of digital communication and then further specifying the T1 technologies history. This paper is divided into five sections, in the first section executive summary is given, then in the second section digital communication and T1 are briefly discussed. In the third section, elaborated history of digital communication and T1 is given then further in the forth section, Digital... Running Head:...
Digital forensic
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...Digital forensic The need for digital forensic in this high-tech world is inevitable. In recent times, the use of social networking, instant messaging, and web browsing has undergone a phenomenal growth and so is the number of cyber crimes. Due to the wide availability and cheap price of the Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) applications, they are extensively used by most of the high profile companies. Skype is one such application which allows instant messaging, file transfers, voice and video calls, and screen sharing between users (Wallingford 2006). As mentioned earlier, Skype is no exemption for computer crimes like cyber bulling and information...
Digital Journalism
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...DIGITAL JOURNALISM By of the of the of the School 8 May Introduction Curtis defines journalism as a practice of reviewing and reporting events, trends and issues to great audiences through broadcast, print and online media such as books, newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations, blogs, as well as mobile and social media (2011). Journalism involves many different roles like researching a story, shooting photos, editing stories, checking facts and planning issues. It informs people on what they want know about the world, by going where people cannot and will not, keeping daily activities of the government and other influential people, pulling together and...
Digital technology
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...digital technology only when it's appropriate and needed. Others seem to rely on digital technology a little too much, using it when other proven methods could have been considered. The biggest advocate for the use of digital effects in the movie industry has been George Lucas. With his Star Wars prequel trilogy and his special effects company Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) he has pounded the movie... Over the last ten to fifteen years there has been a revolution in special effects in movies and television. The use of computer generated imagery tocreate characters and environments has become the standard. This seems to be both a bad thing and a good thing. Some directors seem to prefer to use...
Digital signatures
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...Digital Signatures By Table of Contents Introduction The implementation of internet technologies has become essential in almost every walk oflife and the corporations now understand the value of internet. Now people want easy ways of accessing information, shopping, and banking. By seeing this extensive growth of the internet, now businesses are offering enhanced services and facilities through internet. Additionally, they carry out most of the business activities on the internet, this process is acknowledged as electronic commerce (e-commerce). In addition, e-commerce offers a lot of benefits to the organizations and customers; however, there a lot of security issues are...
Digital camera
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...Digital Camera With the advancements in technology in general and information technology in particular, almost everything in our lives have undergonea change. The good old black and white shutter camera gave way to color picture camera which in turn has yet again undergone a change with the advent of digital camera. Now the market has got a wide range of digital cameras to choose from. A number of reputed brands with a range of features are available in the market. Therefore, while going for a purchase of a camera, it often becomes quite confusing which one should we buy. They all come in difference sizes, features and of course with price...
Digital electronics
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...digital circuit that represents the minimum memory element. A flip-flop circuit can be constructed from two NAND gates or two NOR gates. If we feed a flip-flop in a variety of ways, then it gives rise to different types of flip-flops. The J-K Flip-Flop is the most widely used digital circuit because of its versatility. A J-K flip-flop circuit has two outputs, the normal value and its complementary state; and has five input states: Both J and K for data input, Preset (PS), Clear (CLR) and Clock (CLK). Because Flip-Flop has memory, then we can count in both... Sequential Logic Circuits Flip-Flop, Counter and Shift Register Circuits Task The J-K Flip-Flop Introduction The flip-flops are sequential digital...
Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism
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...Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism Digital Crime and Digital Terrorism Countries can reach the top echelons, not only based on their economic and social status, but also based how it is protected. A country’s various armed forces along with intelligence as well as other internal agencies will only coordinate to protect it from varied forms of threat. A country could face threat from other countries as well as terror groups through weapon based attacks, and in the contemporary times through cyber attacks. In those scenarios, a country’s strong security apparatus will only be able to preempt those attacks, and also...
Digital Economy
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...digital world would have been practically impossible. In a world where with rising demand, the people are looking for better opportunities of income and therefore getting engaged in a super-fast lifestyle, the digital world makes life easier. Electronic Fund Transfer has saved a lot of transportation cost and made transactions faster. It is not just a privilege of the business houses but also assist transactions for individuals in their daily lives. This has also enabled a social revolution all over the world and made... the users to make payments. Making the equal monthly installment payments for loans and insurance have become easier through electronic clearing system (ECS) and this has...
Digital watches
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...Digital Watch Submittal information Time is a basic physical quantity measured by use of instrument like awatch. Several categories and sizes of watches are in use. On of the determinant factor in classification of watches is how time is displayed. These include analog, digital, and auditory watches. This paper presents an AT89C4051 microcontroller-based digital watch. The microcontroller acts as the main circuit controller which is runs depending on the counter algorithm coded in basic language. ). The 8-bit microcontroller is chosen due to its availability. It is based on the Atmel’s high-density nonvolatile memory technology that is acceptable industry standards. The designed... Microcontroller Based...
Digital revolutions
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...Digital Revolutions and Changes in Global Marketing Table of Content Contents Table of Content 2 Introduction 3 Communication Technology and Marketing 3 Interaction on Social Media 4 Reviews and Feedback Systems 4 The Internet Consumer 5 Consumers Segmentation 5 The Globalized Market 5 Identifying Promoters 6 The Power with the People 6 Conclusion 7 References 8 Introduction The most important part of any organization or business is the consumer section of the stakeholders. This is the section where the entire organization’s efforts are directed. The satisfaction of the consumers is a major target of any marketing strategy and hence a study of the consumers’ needs always focus on improving... ...
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