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Post  studyaids Wed Nov 24, 2010 9:49 pm

ITA0001 Wireless Communication Technology
Wireless communication is becoming an increasingly focal part of everyday life, whether this is through its ability to allow virtual working, or simply to connect PC' s, Laptops, and other peripherals together without the usage of wires. The increasing cost of fuel and commuter travel means that working independent of time and location is also now recognised as an essential component of the global business, where the world is now becoming one single globalised market. [5,500 words]

ITA0002 Analysis into E-commerce & M-commerce in developing countries
Electronic Commerce (E-Commerce) is all about buying, selling or exchanging of products, services and information using the Internet platform and in particular the Web. E-Business, on the other hand, carries a broader definition, not just the buying and selling of goods and services, but servicing customers, collaborating with business partners, and conducting communications and transactions within and outside an organization

ITA0003 Network Security: CISCO Firewalls versus MS Proxies
The 1980’s brought a major change in the way data were processed in organizations. Traditional centralized data processing on microcomputers gave way to decentralized or distributed personalized applications running on desktop and notebooks sized computers. Around the world, millions of computers are being linked together in networks of all sizes. This development continues today as Internet ties local systems into a global network. A network is a system of computers interconnected in order to share information and resources. Networks are vital to businesses [6,000 words]

ITA0004 Computing in Multimedia Systems Project: Research into the possibility of providing a Client-Server based mobile learning application with J2ME
The use of Mobile Technology as a study tool in Third level Institutions is becoming more popular because, of the accessibility to mobile phones by students and because, of the new technologies used in making mobile phones. Some mobile phones now can download and play video clips. With this kind of technology learning is shifting from just the walls of the classroom to our mobile phones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant). However little Research has been done in using mobile phones to connect and write to Server Applications especially in Third level Institutions in Ireland, with this type of technology students would be able to download lecture revision notes, write continuous assessments on their mobile phones and would be able to submit them using Bluetooth technology. The J2ME Client Server application would be used as a study tool for Instructional Design, a subject for the fourth year Students in B.Sc. Computing (Multimedia Systems). The module aims to provide student with a detailed understanding of empirically based principles that user interface designers can employ to create applications that improve the likelihood people will learn. For the purposes of researching this project, a prototype system was developed that encapsulated MIDlets, Servlets and JDBC technologies. The project examines if such a prototype could in practice be, properly implemented in a real-world simulation. Time constraints due to technical problems documented in the testing section prevented the application being tested with real users

ITA0005 E-Retailing and CRM: Tesco and Its E-Business System - An Overview
The report intends to discuss the application of Tesco’s e-business system which facilitates the data collection of its customers and evaluate its contribution to managerial decision-making. It also analyse the ethical issues that arise from the collection and use of this information. To shop online at Tesco, the individual has to first get itself register with Tesco.com. For registration, the person is required to submit the full name, e-mail address, clubcard number, day time, evening time and mobile telephone number and full home address. Tesco’s system also uses cookies to collect the behavioural information regarding its customers. Non-registered visitors of the site are sent anonymous cookies to keep track of their browsing patterns and build up a demographic profile. E business system has had huge impact on Tesco’s achievement of Customer Relationship Management (CRM). It highly facilitates the managers at Tesco in making strategic, tactical and operational decisions. By monitoring customers’ activities whilst they are shopping on-line, the managers will be able to understand their customers’ needs better and therefore design products and services that match their needs more closely.

ITA0006 Strategic Systems Outsource Analysis Into Dixons Electrical
If Dixons Electronic outsource their total development, what risk will they take? What types of organisations or some developments that are out there should not be outsourced? Outsourcing is defined as taking a companies products, services or functions and then paying an external organisation to handle and control them. Transfers to suppliers are made from the operational control, which include services. The aspect of outsourcing is used in order for the organisation to save money, improve quality, and also free the resources from the other activities they have. In the current environment companies can no longer assume me that all organisational must be provided and managed internally. Advantages of outsourcing in the sense of competitive organisations can be produced when products or services are much more effective and efficient by suppliers from outside. Recently outsourcing has become the definition of elimination of current staff, and new staff overseas are hired which means companies save money on salaries.

ITA0007 IT Offshore Outsourcing to India
Outsourcing has taken a new dimension since the development of Information Technology and its competitive use by business firms. Traditionally off shoring is done in relatively cheaper place which can contribute to cost effectiveness of business processes, and today Information Technology enabled outsourcing has become a major tool for businesses to cut the cost incurred on their business and hence adds value towards business contribution. Business firms especially from US and UK are now looking forward to India as their off shore destination, Although there are other destinations, but still India is in leading position, and is a loved destination due to availability of cheap labour, strong and reliable infrastructure and vast pool of talent. This essay takes a comprehensive coverage about the various aspects which make India suddenly a leader in outsourcing destination.

ITA0008 E-Business Strategy: On-line Imaging Service of Kodak & Fuji
As a promising trading platform, e-business is growing rapidly. E-business markets are also at their most advanced stage of development. Together with the rapid-development of Internet technology, e-business will grow further in the future. As two main competitors in imaging industries, Kodak and Fuji lead this industry for a long time. In today’s Internet-driven business environment, both Kodak and Fuji involve themselves into e-business and apply this business mode into their new product/service – on line imaging service.

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