Getting Started Logging into WorkZone You will access WorkZone at the following URL: https://asu.sharedwork.com 1. A generic WorkZone password will be emailed to you once you’ve been setup as a user in the system. 2. Enter your email address and temporary WorkZone password and select “log in” 3.
Web Server: a) Current usage and statistics of cluster b) Web Service for registering password c) Internal Web Page for user list - for Grid FTP 2. DU Server as Head Node: a) Head node and compute nodes b) License Server for MATLAB compute nodes c) Scripts for copying data to SQL Server about user jobs 3. SQL Server a) Lookup Table for users (used from Web Server and Head node) b) Data stored from DU server. 4. Proxy Server 5.
Test this activity: logging into a web store, putting items into the shopping cart, and checking out including providing an address and paying . These are independent to each other to test and integrated linked one to other. Logging into a web store: · Verify that the login screen is having option to enter username and password with submit button and option of forgot password · Verify that user is able to login with valid username and password · Verify that user is not able to login with invalid username and password · Verify that validation message gets displayed in case user leaves username or password field as blank · Verify that validation message is displayed in case user exceeds the character limit of the user name and password fields · Verify that there is reset button to clear
Mobile phone Shortcuts for Account Information Verizon Mobile users have access to their account information which they can get on request using the various mobile phone shortcuts available. The shortcuts make it easy and fast to get information or access certain services such as payment services and each shortcut is for specific information and one can use them to query their account information anytime. A customer can choose to either call or text the shortcuts and they will get the reply sent to their phones with the information
Web Server: A web server is where it stores all the websites that are within the internet. The purpose of a web server is to deliver the web pages from the server and sends you the information of a website that you have requested. It provides the web pages you see on your internet browser. The web server works via getting data and information received from a browser that has asked for a page, it than will be processed through the server looking for what’ve requested and sends back the information to your screen.
Make On-Site Services More Efficient- By creating a free company phone app where people can register for On-Site services, we can then place customers into a queue system ranked on who signed up first. When the customers are placed into this queue, the on-site employees are notified and directed to go to the customer’s address based on nearby location and where they stand on the queue. Employees will then text the customer when they are on their way to notify them. With the owners working in high end careers in the technology field, the owners can create this phone application at little to no
the project, this will be include creating the interfaces, building the application logic, creating the database and integrating all the three tiers to meet the functional requirements laid out in the project specification. Testing phase – 1 week This stage involves unit and integration testing of all the modules implemented in the previous stage following the test plans laid out in design phase. Test results are to be created to demonstrate the effectiveness. Testing will focus on security, performance, usability and accessibility of the
The developers must have decided before hand what it is that participants will be doing in the study. It is also important for all stakeholders in the study to know what the results will be used for to avoid deception. Usability measures Different usability measures are used when conducting usability testing.
7.7.1 Data Owners 1. One whose going to access files, one who owns file, who requires his data to be secure. 2. Data owners are responsible for encrypting the data by generating private key. MMCOE, Department of Computer Engineering, 2015-2016 26 Regeneration of code based cloud storage 3.