Software Papers

  • Flag Football And Achievement Goal Orientations

    1495 words, 6 pages

    A flag football game was held out at the Northern Illinois University Outdoor Recreation Sports Complex on September 20, 2017. It was nothing large scale considering there was hardly an audience and it was a quiet night, no music playing, but there were four teams participating. There were official referees, but no coaches, just four teams of guys all wearing different colors, depending on their team. There were not even any scoreboards, just the referees to keep track. The group playing on the field closest to the benches were wearing gray or black. The gray team, for the most part, seemed li

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    Hacking Team’s Morality: Good Or Bad?

    762 words, 4 pages

    Software, like any other tool, can be used for good and bad. The nature of the software itself can influence its use as well. In the case of Hacking Team, an IT company formed by David Vincenzetti and Valeriano Bedeschi, software that intrudes on privacy was produced. The company did not make sound moral decisions in creating its software. The company’s actions show that computer scientists should not create software without a moral compass. Hacking Team created a “comprehensive suite for man-in-the-middle attacks” (Jeffries). This software allowed users to control computers remotely by inse

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    Microsoft

    820 words, 4 pages

    Gaining Familiarity Microsoft was founded as a partnership between Bill Gates and Paul Allen in Albuquerque New Mexico in 1975 and incorporated in 1981. Product: Microsoft develops, manufactures, licenses and supports a wide range of software products and computing devices. Software products: Scalable operating systems for servers, personal computers, intelligent devices, server applications software development tools Customers: Consumers,Small and medium sized organizations, enterprises, educational institutions, ISPs, application developers and original equipment manufacturer

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    Performance Teams

    1447 words, 6 pages

    High-performance is a key focal point for several businesses in view of the fact that groups and teams are becoming common amongst businesses. A high-level of performance makes up the foundation for groups and teams in the present day. The compilation of thoughts, wisdom, and skill of diverse people is better than that of one individual. From problem solving to innovation, companies have put their faith in the high-performances of groups and teams to put ones company in front the rest. This essay will discuss how a group can become a high-performance team, the impact of demographic characte

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    Strategic Human Resources Research

    5837 words, 24 pages

    Riordan Manufacturing is facing a decline in morale and work ethics. Declining sales and uneven profits over the years not only forced the company to change its sales processes, but also prompted them to adopt a customer-relationship system. Riordan’s HR reward and compensation policy program needs to be revised to deal with the existing problem. HR professionals over the world know that their toughest job is recruiting and retaining top-notch employees for their companies. With unemployment at its current rate, expanding businesses search for qualified workers like big-game hunters stalking t

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    Workplace Motivation

    1899 words, 8 pages

    Running head: WORKPLACE MOTIVATION Workplace Motivation Lester Cash University of Phoenix Human Motivation PSY 320 Joan Phillips, PhD July 24, 2007 Abstract Continuous Quality Improvement, Shared Governance, leaders leading by example and pay for performance are just a few of the many programs implemented at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, Ok. in an effort to motivate employees to perform to exceptional standards. This paper describes just a small portion of how these programs attempt to motivate the employees based on different motivational theories. Workplac

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    Corporate Compliance

    1315 words, 6 pages

    {text:bookmark-start} Corporate Compliance Report {text:bookmark-end} In order for any company or organization to be successful, it is essential that the management team take steps to identify, access and manage risk. For many businesses, risk management has been identified as a way to thwart and reduce losses, as well as develop business performance. A collection of new tools have been introduced over the past few years to help measure enterprise risk. The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) has also played a major role in helping companies manage risk. CO

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    Decisions In Paradise I

    1128 words, 5 pages

    Decisions in Paradise I: Kava Strategic Plan CPA, Inc. is considering establishing a greater presence in Kava by matching missions and values of the company to the culture of the island and the people. CPA founder Chris Morales, feels a continual need to upgrade the commitment by building and strengthening global economies that directly impact lives and businesses around the world. The commitment of Chris Morales is reflected in CPA organizational processes, ethical standard, and mission and vision statements. According to CPA Security Solutions (2008), “The mission of CPA is to stand in

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    Microsoft Office User Manual Critique

    511 words, 3 pages

    Critique of Microsoft Word User Manual The key to beginning anything is a good introduction, be it a book, an essay, and editorial, and yes, even a user manual. I especially enjoyed the Introduction to the user manual for Microsoft Word 2007. It begins with an introduction to the authors that contributed to the user manual, telling us about their fields of expertise and experience in technical writing. Such an introduction assures the reader that what they are about to read comes from those that have much experience in the area and that the user manual will be as informative as they hope t

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    Employment Skills Testing

    3995 words, 16 pages

    Pre-Employment Skills Testing and the Law Karen VanKampen April 2009 Table of Contents |Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………. | | |The Laws That Apply to Pre-Employment Skills Testing………………………………….. | | |The Benefits in Pre-Employment Skills Testing……………………………………………. | | |The Controversy / Risk in Pre-Employment Skills Testing…………………………………

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    El Cartel De Medlin

    2908 words, 12 pages

    El Cartel de Medellin Organized crime has been a problem since the early 1900s and has grown to become a major problem for law enforcement. The start of organized crime is known to be part of the prohibition from the early 1920s. In the 1920s organized crime groups were first known to society members as gangs. Most gangs were known to be immigrants from the same group that gather together to commit illegal crimes on other society members or the government. In the United States, organized crime is also known as racketeering. In 1970, congress passed an act known as the RICO act. RICO stands

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    Genertal Environment For Weyerhaeuser

    1261 words, 6 pages

    The General Environment surrounding the timber industry and Weyerhaeuser is highly reliant upon six different segments. These segments are: demographics, economics, political/legal, sociocultural, technological and global. The environment within which a company operates is directly influenced by what is going on in each segment. Weyerhaeuser must constantly analyze the surrounding environment through scanning, monitoring, forecasting and assessing, to determine the environments changes and its subsequent effect on the company. Over the past decades the timber industry has had minimal demogra

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    Juvenile Rehabilitation

    1525 words, 7 pages

    Juvenile Rehabilitation is Worth the Effort When looking at the world today, it is amazing how many people are out there committing crimes. It seems every time the news is on, there is another story of an individual committing terrible acts that are against the law. The most terrifying fact of all is that these criminals are not just adults, but young juvenile kids that can be younger than 15 years of age. Unavoidably, people start to think that the justice system and rehabilitation is not working, and that is why there is so much crime being committed. However, if society would just look clo

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    Whitle Bread

    581 words, 3 pages

    Running head: PROJECT PLAN FOR WHITBREAD WORLD SAILBOAT RACE Project Plan for Whitbread World Sailboat Race Your Name Goes Here University of Phoenix Project Plan for Whitbread World Sailboat Race [The introduction goes here. It should be one or two paragraphs explaining the findings of your paper. The introduction should prepare the reader for the contents of the paper by previewing the four main topics in your paper. Be sure to end with a transition word or sentence to lead into Section 1 of your paper. Triple click anywhere in this paragraph to begin typing your own introductio

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    Oracle Database

    642 words, 3 pages

    Discoverer Plus Database The Air Force is changing in unique way to make the critical mission more obtainable to logistics technicians. The Air Force has evolved into using more web based systems to process transaction, track assets, and obtain pertinent information. Users have become accustomed to working with different types of bases to get the job done. The one database used more by logistics personnel is the Oracle Discoverer Plus database. In this paper will discuss what is Discoverer Plus, we will breakdown some of its function areas like End User layer (EUL), Business Area, and Folde

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