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1 TIM 50 - Business Information Systems Lecture 11 Instructor: Terry Allen UC Santa Cruz 10/31/2011 Outline Announcements Review Layering Student Presentation Client-Server Computing Student Presentation SUN Case
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2 Announcements News Folio 2 DUE 11/9 Include printouts/hardcopies of the articles Midterm 11/9 Homework 3 will be posted Wednesday and will be due is due 11/14/2011 For next time read: Chapter 6 Messerchmitt Announcements Upcoming presentations: 11/2 ?? ?? 11/7 ?? ??
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3 Sources for business paper You should cite at least 5 non-web sources Ideally a lot more! A list of sources is included in slides for Lecture 1 If an article is available on-line and also in print, you should cite the print version !!!! Only cite a website if you are sure there is no print version of the material available. Your citation of the print version may also indicate a website where the same article is available. Wikipedia is a nice source for gaining some background knowledge on your research or find links to other sources BUT is not always 100% accurate/true, particularly on matters of opinion. Citing Sources More than thirty words verbatim must be cited. Any facts or figures that are not your own must be cited in the body of the text!!!!. For example: Ebay’s revenues in US Revenues in 2002 were $1.39 billion [1]. [1] Ebay 2005 Annual Report. Any Tables of figures must be cited!! You can create tables/charts based on your findings
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4 Citing Sources “Companies that have deployed Internet technology have been confused by distorted market signals, often of their own creation. 1 1 M. Porter, “Strategy and the Internet”, Harvard Business Review , March 2001, pp 3-31. Companies that have deployed Internet technology have been confused by distorted market signals, often of their own creation. [1]” [1] M. Porter, “Strategy and the Internet”, Harvard Business Review , March 2001, pp 3-31. Footnote indicator Footnote at page bottom STYLE 1 (footnote) STYLE 2 (endnote) Citation indicator Matches reference number in References section at the end of text. References: Communications Storage Network equipment Storage peripherals Network software File system Distributed object management Database management Application Middleware Operating system Equipment Review:Simplified infrastructure layering
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5 Student Talks Case presentation (Alibris) Alex Chan Client-Server Computing Two host Architecture Three Tier Client Server Architecture N-Tier Client Server Architecture (Sun)
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6 Two Host Architectures Client-Server Attractive for information access and organizational applications Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Appropriate for direct/immediate applications where no centralized application logic is needed Two-tier client/server Local-area network Server/ Mainframe desktop computer file service
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7 Peer to Peer (P2P) Client Client
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course ISM 50 taught by Professor Johnmusacchio during the Spring '06 term at UCSC.

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