EBIS Assignment (2) - 1 Which of the following...

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1. Which of the following statements about RFID is not true? A. RFID tags and antennas come in a variety of shapes and sizes. B. RFIDs require line-of-sight contact to be read. C. RFIDs use an antenna to transmit data. D. RFIDs transmit only over a short range. E. Microchips embedded in RFIDs are used to store data. 2. The process of employing techniques to help a Web site achieve a higher ranking with the major search engines is called 3. The decision to purchase your own IT assets or rent them from external providers is also referred to as the rent-versus-buy decision. True False 4. Today's nanotechnology-produced computer transistors are roughly equivalent in size to:
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5. The most appropriate wireless networking standard for creating PANs is 6. Instant messaging is a type of ________ service. Select one: A. wireless B. e-mail C. cellular D. network E. chat 7. The network standard for connecting desktop computers into local area networks that enabled the widespread adoption of client/server computing and local area networks and further stimulated the adoption of personal computers is Select one: 8. Telephone networks are fundamentally different from computer networks.
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Select one: True False 9. Which protocol is the Internet based on? Select one: 10. A primary example of centralized processing is client/server computing. Select one: True False
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