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RYERSONITM 820Nurul HudaWinter

ITM 820 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Endangerment, Keychain, Business Process

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21 Feb 2015
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System failures can endanger human life, environment and damage to economic infrastructure, endanger personal privacy, viability of the business sector
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RYERSONITM 820Nurul HudaWinter

ITM 820 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Plaintext, Digital Signature, Public-Key Cryptography

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21 Feb 2015
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Cryptography is where security engineering meets mathematics. Cryptography provides us with the tools that underlie most modern security protocols. A s
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RYERSONITM 820Nurul HudaWinter

ITM 820 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Digital Signature, Network Layer, Electronic Authentication

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21 Feb 2015
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RYERSONITM 820Nurul HudaWinter

ITM 820 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Yottabyte, Steganography, Keystream

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21 Feb 2015
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Single key encryption: the same key is used for encryption and decryption. Cryptography: change the plain text into unreadable without the correct. Cry
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RYERSONITM 820Nurul HudaWinter

ITM 820 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Wi-Fi, Usability, Phishing

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21 Feb 2015
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Security research is related to cognitive psychology. Categories of mistakes: it is common that people click on ok , actions that people take by follow
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RYERSONITM 820Nurul HudaWinter

ITM 820 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Engineering Notation, Encryption, Access Token

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21 Feb 2015
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Protocols: it defines some rules, so the communication system works: we need protocols, we don"t know what happening in the back. Are the intellectual
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RYERSONITM 820Nurul HudaWinter

ITM 820 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Access Control, Access Control List, Public-Key Cryptography

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21 Feb 2015
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Access control matrix (read, write, execute) not access. Solution to access control matrix = groups and roles: the tights are associated with groups an
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RYERSONITM 750Tim Mc LarenFall

ITM 750 Chapter Notes -Collegehumor, Enterprise Resource Planning, Basal Ganglia

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7 Dec 2014
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Change management: tecniques used throughout a project to help ensure that the stakeholders adopt the changes necessary for the project to deliver valu
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RYERSONITM 410Margaret PlazaWinter

ITM 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Flowchart, Data Flow Diagram, Business Process

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2 Dec 2014
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There are two types of system documentation: data flow diagram and system flowcharts. Data flow diagram: data flow diagram: is a graphical representati
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RYERSONITM 410Margaret PlazaWinter

ITM 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Demand Deposit, Accounts Payable, General Ledger

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2 Dec 2014
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Chapter 13 the account payable/cash disbursements (ap/cd) process. Payable/cash disbursements (ap/cd) process: is an interacting structure of people, e
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RYERSONITM 410Margaret PlazaWinter

ITM 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Finished Good, Cellular Manufacturing, Activity-Based Costing

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2 Dec 2014
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There are three key drivers of complexity in manufacturing operations in the new millennium: pressure to reduce costs throughout the value chain, pursu
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RYERSONITM 410Margaret PlazaWinter

ITM 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Remittance, Remittance Advice, Accounts Receivable

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2 Dec 2014
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Chapter 11 the billing/accounts receivable/cash receipts (b/ar/cr) process. B/ar/cr process: is an interaction structure of people, equipment, activiti
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RYERSONITM 410Margaret PlazaWinter

ITM 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Electronic Funds Transfer, E-Procurement, Data Management

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2 Dec 2014
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RYERSONITM 410Margaret PlazaWinter

ITM 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Optical Character Recognition, Scree, Shipping List

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2 Dec 2014
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C u s t o m e r: r d e r. O e / s p r o c e s s. A vertical perspective: the ultimate goal of the activities is to create value for the customer, it pr
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RYERSONENT 526Sean WiseFall

ENT 526 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Financial Statement, Status Quo, Economic Model

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29 Nov 2014
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O pure competition: in an industry with pure competition, no single buyer or seller has total influence over the products and services in the industry.
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RYERSONITM 750Tim Mc LarenFall

ITM 750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Project Plan, Requirements Management, Project Charter

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29 Nov 2014
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RYERSONENT 526Sean WiseFall

Chapter 5 - Entrepreneurial Marketing

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29 Nov 2014
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Marketing is important because no venture can become established and grow without a customer market. The four p"s of marketing: product, price, place (
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RYERSONENT 526Sean WiseFall

ENT 526 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Takers, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Everett Rogers

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29 Nov 2014
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The factor for start a new enterprise: personal, sociological, organizational and environment. There is almost always a triggering event that gives bir
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RYERSONENT 526Sean WiseFall

ENT 526 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ryerson University, Snail Mail, Dow Jones Industrial Average

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29 Nov 2014
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Entrepreneur: a person who destroys the existing economic order by introducing new products and service, by introducing new methods of production, by c
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RYERSONENT 526Sean WiseFall

ENT 526 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Datagram Transport Layer Security, Business Model Canvas, Lean Startup

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29 Nov 2014
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Write a short summary of your current vision planning process. Your planning process will focus on critical aspects of your business model; not confide
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RYERSONPOL 507Matthew FlisfederFall

POL 507 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Voyeurism, Totalitarianism, Digital Footprint

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29 Nov 2014
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Jeremy bentham envisioned in the late eighteenth century the panopticon as an ideal from of prison: panopticon is a building, prison and its primary ai
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RYERSONITM 750Tim Mc LarenFall

Chapter 4 - Project Integration Management

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RYERSONITM 750Tim Mc LarenFall

Chapter 3 The Project Management Process Groups

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29 Nov 2014
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Chapter 3 the project management process groups: case study. Process: is a series of actions directed toward a particular result. Project management pr
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RYERSONENT 526Sean WiseFall

ENT 526 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Social Entrepreneurship, Corporate Social Responsibility, Achievement Orientation

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29 Nov 2014
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Social entrepreneurs will be essential to creating this future by solving complex problems, both social problems that have economic consequences and ec
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RYERSONENT 526Sean WiseFall

ENT 526 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Nanotechnology, Endangerment, The Seller

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29 Nov 2014
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Four phases: phase 1: state your business model hypothesis: deconstruct the hypothesis on which the startup was built. Testing your hypothesis with pot
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RYERSONPOL 507Matthew FlisfederFall

POL 507 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Turing Test, Wearable Computer, Transhumanism

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29 Nov 2014
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Technology provides a means for us, its users to get things done. As long as technology works smoothly, it is simply part of our daily life, of how soc
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RYERSONITM 750Tim Mc LarenFall

Chapter 8 - Project Quality Management

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RYERSONITM 601Amir GandomiFall

ITM 601 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Emerging Technologies, Citrix Systems, Euclidean Distance

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29 Nov 2014
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RYERSONITM 601Amir GandomiFall

ITM 601 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Customer Service, Maximum Capacity, Financial Analysis

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29 Nov 2014
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Economies of scale: economies of scale: the concept that states that the average unit cost of a service or good can be reduced by increasing the output
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RYERSONITM 601Amir GandomiFall

ITM 601 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ursula Franklin, Word Processor, Knitting

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29 Nov 2014
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Chapter i - ursula franklin, the real world of technology. Technology has built the houses in which we all live: it can continually extended and remode
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RYERSONPOL 507Matthew FlisfederFall

POL 507 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Joseph Schumpeter, Deskilling, Technological Determinism

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29 Nov 2014
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RYERSONPOL 507Matthew FlisfederFall

POL 507 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Luddite, Asteroid Family, Mass Production

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29 Nov 2014
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RYERSONITM 601Amir GandomiFall

Chapter 1 – Overview of Business Process Design

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29 Nov 2014
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Chapter 1 overview of business process design. Operations management: the systematic design, direction, and control of processes that transform inputs
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RYERSONITM 601Amir GandomiFall

Supplement B – Waiting Lines

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29 Nov 2014
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RYERSONITM 505Bharat ShahFall

ITM 505 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Transact, Continental Airlines, Retail

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6 May 2014
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Business managers must understand their customers and the fundamentals of the markets in which they operate. B2b: is the exchange of goods and services
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RYERSONITM 505Bharat ShahFall

ITM 505 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Business Process Outsourcing, Offshore Outsourcing, Business Process

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6 May 2014
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Chapter 4 business process and it outsourcing. Business process outsourcing (bpo): many organizations have contract with service providers to handle co
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RYERSONITM 505Bharat ShahFall

ITM 505 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Enterprise Architecture, Information Technology Architecture, Disruptive Innovation

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6 May 2014
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Enterprise architecture is a set of models that describes the technical implementation of organizations business strategy and business process. The ten
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RYERSONITM 505Bharat ShahFall

ITM 505 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Productivity Software, Information Technology Management, Cerner

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6 May 2014
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Chapter 1 managers: key to information technology results. The banks operations are very inefficient and overly complex. In order for the bank to be gl
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RYERSONITM 600Robert HudymaFall

ITM 600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Vlan Trunking Protocol, Data Link Layer, Spanning Tree Protocol

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6 May 2014
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Complex networks is to use a top-down approach that is influenced by the osi reference model. A map or set of maps that show detailed information about
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RYERSONITM 600Robert HudymaFall

ITM 600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Password Policy, Network Administrator, Fast User Switching

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6 May 2014
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Breaking down the process of security design into the following steps will help you effectively plan and execute a security strategy: Identify network
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