P1: Explain the issues organisation must consider when planning computer system maintenance Organisational policy and procedures Procurement: IT companies and other groups use computer systems so that they can obtain the systems that will be used. They can also obtain through the means of purchase in a way that can result in issues. The purchased computers will be replaced when there is something wrong with the computer or if it breaks it can become very expensive. You can go to some of these repair shop when an organisation is having difficulties such as IT support, ISPL or warehouse repair/storages. Sustainability and environmental: organisation will need a plan for what will happen when a systems and its components are no longer working.
In session 13, the young adults will learn the basic skills on how to resolve disagreements with their friends and romantic partners that are common among young adults. The young adults are expected to do each step of how to respond and bring up disagreements so that they can effectively resolve conflict with others. In this session, the therapist will help the young adults to understand that disagreements and disputes, especially those that are occasional are common and it should not be a reason to end their relationship and friendship. Young adults will also learn that there are two types of position that they might be in in a disagreement, which is either someone is upset with them or they are upset with someone. If someone upset with them,
The information revolution is sweeping through our economy. No company can escape its effects. Dramatic reductions in the cost of obtaining, processing, and transmitting information are changing the way we do business. “To get ahead in today’s business world, a company must utilize the right resources. One of the most effective, of course, is information technology (IT), which has become an essential tool for businesses across many industries” (2013).
The data provided consists of information on 100,000 user submitted tickets. Each ticket consisted of: the requestor, their seniority, the IT Owner, the area the ticket was filed against, the type of ticket, the user assigned severity, the IT assigned priority, and the number of day between submission and resolution. I analyzed the data using IBM’s Watson Analytics tool. Initial assessment with this tool provided a strong correlation between the type of ticket and the number of days open. Specifically, out of all of the ticket types, hardware was open for a significantly longer period of time than either the systems or the software tickets.
3.3. Assess how to monitor recent changes in health and social care services. Monitoring can be define as a continuing function that aims primarily to provide the management and main stakeholders of ongoing intervention with early indicators of progress, in the achievement of results, it intended to provide inquiry, rather than to provide firm instructions and involves activities from work preformed, through training and conduct of individuals. Interview session, RUH, this can be done through, formal and informal feedback, group forums, questioners surveys, data analysis that can be used to measure aims and objectives, through observation during admission session staff was questioned about admission criteria regarding outpatients, staff
1- The electromagnetic spectrum is the range of all type of EM radiation. It also describes the wavelength of light. EM radiation is the radiant energy that is released by a certain electromagnetic processes and a wavelength is the distance between successive crests of a wave. 2- The different between ionising and non-ionising radiation is that ionising radiation carries energy to ionize atoms and has more energy than non-ionising.
Children in this group were provided with base-10 and unit blocks. Each base 10 block is 1 cm × 1 cm × 10 cm in size. Each unit block is 1 cm × 1 cm × 1 cm in size. The research assistant gave explicit demonstrations of how to use both base-10 block and unit blocks to construct two-digit number. First, the research assistant placed out ten unit-blocks in a line and then put a base-10 block along to the ten unit-blocks. They would tell the students that the two set of blocks were equal numbers of “10”. Next, the research assistant demonstrated the way of constructing number 35, saying: "Can you count how many tens in 35?" They then counted out three 10s and five 1s in such a way like "one ten, two tens, three tens......one, two, three, four,
With widespread use of internet services, the network scale is expanding on daily basis and as the network scale increases so will the scale of security threats which can be applied to system connected to the network. Viruses and Intrusions are amongst most common threats that affects computer systems. Virus attacks can be controlled by proper antivirus installation and by keeping the antivirus up to date. Whereas any unauthorized access in the computer system by an intruder can be termed as Intrusion and controlled by IDS. Intruders can be grouped into two major categories which are external and internal Intruders. External intruders are individuals who are not authorized to access the system and attack it using various techniques. Internal intruders are individuals who are authorized to access the system but perform unauthorized activities on the system. An IDS watches activities performed on the network and searches for malicious
1. Please provide up to 3 examples of computer code that you have written to carry out data management, reporting or analysis. This can include programs written in SAS, R, or another programming language or queries written in SQL or another query language.
INFORMATION Social media has to be one of the greatest developments of human history. It has connected humanity like never before. It has changed the way that people do business, with companies providing their own social media accounts to interact in real time with customers. We can quickly see what’s going on in our communities and around the world.