Data Modeling is the arena that is responsible for handling the management of data within an organization. In the simplest of terminologies, data modeling refers to the way in which data is maintained within a database. Data, as mentioned by Teorey and Lightstone in their book ‘Database Modeling & Design: Logical Design’ (2005) “is the smallest named unit of data that has meaning in the real world”. With respect to each corporate arena all data that has meaning for it is integral to it. The better managed the data of an organization is, the better is its overall performance and operation.
Present day technological advancements have given a new meaning to the structure of knowledge management. The social web or web 2.0 as it is commonly referred to as nowadays, is a new domain of knowledge sharing and management that was nonexistent a few decades ago. These modern inclinations towards knowledge sharing and management on a social perspective have become increasingly popular as it has lasting effects that are crucial to an organization’s business environment.
|Google purchased Android in 2005 for a small, undisclosed amount of money.||In the year 2005 when Google chose to make the Android company as part of its own the outside world of smart phones was overwhelmed by existing giants like iPhone and Microsoft. It was in their acclaimed presence that a noisy inclusion into the market might not have been able to bloom to its fullest. The publicity it would have gained would have involved severe comparisons with tried and tested counterparts. Any lacking on the part of Android would have been severely shunned and may have resulted in the breaking down of the entire launch sequence of it. It was in the light of these thoughts that Android, embedded with, wireless connectivity, social networking service, Google short messaging service, ability to locate the owner’s location and preferences silently made its way through to its present strong position. More >|
Every time you bought a new Smartphone or any other handheld device you always would know at the back of your mind that this would no way be able to substitute for your loyal computer system. This was primarily because though you could read email, access social networks via your handheld devices but all the major applications would not run on these techies. Therefore reliance on your loyal computing system would never end. Microsoft has now brought to you a solution that is a combination of usability and portability perfected with the complete facilities of a Personal Computer: Microsoft Surface Pro.
Usability is the key of matters in the current times. The extent to which a software can be taken advantage of by its users and the more convenient the using of a software is, the more usable it is called
Formally Usability is often used interchangeably with a number of terminologies as stated in the following statements that have been taken from the User Experience White Paper (2011):
“The term user experience is often used as a synonym for usability, user interface, interaction experience, interaction design, customer experience, web site appeal, emotion, ‘wow effect’, general experience, or as an umbrella term incorporating all or many of these concepts.” (User Experience White Paper, 2011)
NGOSS can be thought of as a fully optimized, standardized, comprehensive and customized Operating System that curtails every possible needs of the business industry. Its like business industry’s own operating system that provides an extremely agile and streamlined way to implement the business processes and operations. It is designed by TM Forum and includes tools for all the stakeholders of a business.
The geography of land on which human beings live is of immense importance to them. Ever since the ancient times of the human society these living beings have looked up locations of areas to analyze the possibility of presence of prey in that particular area. The early hunters based their living on moving from one location to the other. Geographical importance of land and the details of its terrain have been of integral importance to man since centuries ago. Maps, spatial information have been the source of discovery and planning since times unknown. Geographical mapping is the most integral use of the geographical information at hand. Looking up the route to a particular location is among the most basic ways in which geographical information helps. Spatial information, on the other hand, affects the most basics of human society such as the growing up of crops, the production of energy, the making of clothes worn by man.
We live in the Wireless networking world. Even the thought of any disadvantages being associated with Wireless Networking comes as a surprise to most of its benefactors. A discussion about these disadvantages may act as handy information and thus become useful in solving any of your networking problems at hand. Following is a review of the disadvantages:
Office 365 Home Premium Edition has been released as the very first full release version of cloud based Office 365. The latest on the front is that five free Bing apps have been released for use with Office 365. The release of these free five apps by Microsoft would enable ease of entering Bing search results into Office 365 documents. These searched results may either be images or other information.
The infusion of Information Technology in the field of health and medicine has led to the rebirth of the said field. Technological advancements that have affected the field of health have affected the human society as a whole directly and have mostly proved to be beneficial rather than hazardous.
Formally speaking, the definition of Medical Informatics, as quoted at openclinical.com, is stated as follows:
Medical Informatics is the “scientific field that deals with biomedical information, data, and knowledge – their storage, retrieval, and optimal use for problem solving and decision making. It accordingly touches on all basic and applied fields in biomedical science and is closely tied to modern information technologies, notably in the areas of computing and communication (medical computer science)”
[Stanford Medical Informatics].