Surprising: Information systems help run an office and coordinate online-purchasing systems
and are behind database-driven applications used by Amazon and Netflix.
Useful: The information presented about a career in programming offers many advantages.
Surprising: There wasnt anything surprising I found within this chapter, some of the stuff I knew off or I
have used before.
Puzzling: The chapter was not difficult or did I have any questions by the end, it was pretty straight
Useful: In the tex
Surprising: What was surprising to me was the information about passwords. I do not think much about
protection when I make my password. So I make it simple enough for me to remember. But after reading
the section about passwords, I believe I should make
Surprising: What was surprising to me was the Network-attacked storage (NAS) device because
of its function to store and manage network data for multiple computers. Using one could help
with protection and backing up your computer.
Puzzling: With in the c
Surprising: What was surprising was to see how packet switching works because all of the
connections that are made during the process.
Puzzling: What was a bit puzzling for the cascading style sheets. But the diagram helped simply
Useful: What was use
Useful: What was useful was how the PowerPoint and textbook went into depth about the 3
different types of databases, it helped me see the differences and what I would use them for.
New: What was new to me was the different types of databases (relational,
Surprising: The term thrashing was surprising to me when referring to a computer.
Puzzling: There was not anything puzzling within this chapter, the textbook really covers in detail and the
power point notes help as well.
Useful: The textbook mentioned pl
Surprising: What was surprising for the technology for protection measures such as the
biometric authentication devices, such as fingerprint/palm, retinal, and facial recognition
Puzzling: There was nothing puzzling within this chapter everythin
This is my first time using MyITLab has been very able to use but I had minor problems such as some of
the grading did not go through or said I didnt complete an assignment. But other than that MyITLab is
pretty good. I like how MyITLab gives you the elec
Surprising: The type of RAM differs for what you are doing. For example you would need a DDR5 for
high-performance video graphics.
Puzzling: The solid-state drive concept confused me a bit but after reading more into detail I was able to
help my confusion