1. What is the difference between a MAC layer address and an IP address?
What does one look like as compared to an IP address?
An IP address is the location of a given computer or other
network device on an IP network. It tells other devices where to
Q 1 How does Hertz analyze its business requirements? Give a detailed description of the tools and
techniques that are used by Business Analysis unit to document the observed needs? How does Hertz
come up with the solutions that can help satisfy those nee
Personal Improvement Project II
During the past two weeks I visited one university service to complete the
Personal Improvement project II. The learning center I went to visit was the Math
Learning Center in Armstrong hal
Personal Improvement Project I
During the past week I visited two university services to complete the personal
improvement project I. The first professor I visited was Richard Bebout for Journalism
101: Intro to mass communication.
1. ENIAC (1946) -18 FT tall 80 FT long, weighed 30 tons
Example: The ENIAC was used in 1946 to watch over military personal.
2. UNIVAC (1951) -became the first successful commercial computer (used by the U.S.
Example: the U
Freshman Seminar 10:30
Diversity Week Paper
I attended the presentation Creating Community: A forum about bullying at the
Mountaineer Ballroom. The presentation took place on October 18, 2012 at 7 P.M. and
lasted roughly around tw
Personal Improvement Project III
On Tuesday October 30, 2012 at 7 P.M. I went to the Student Rec Center
located on the Evansdale campus. The student Rec center has so much to offer to
every student here at West Virginia Un
Insert into EMPLOYEE values (14324, Smith, 1963-02-24);
Select C.CNum, C.CLName, count(CO.CONum) as Orders
From CUSTOMER as C
left join CORDER as CO on CO.CNum=C.CNum
group by C.CNum;
select D.DName, D.DCost, S.SName
from DOG as D
inner join STUDENT as S
Network Security First Exam
Acceptable use policy (AUP) - An organization-wide policy that defines what is
allowed and disallowed regarding use of IT assets by employees.
Availability - A mathematical formula that quantifies the amount of uptime
B & K Chapter 12
What is Marketing?
Marketing- organizational function and set of processes for creating, communicating, and
delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways that benefit the
organization and its stakeholders.
B & K Chapter 3
Economics- social science that analyzes the choices people and governments make in allocating
Microeconomics- study of small economic units, such as individual consumers, families, and
Macroeconomics- study of
B & K Chapter 16 (Accounting)
Accounting- the process of measuring, interpreting, and communicating financial information to
enable people inside and outside the firm to make informed decisions.
Users of Accounting Information
Open book management- the be
B & K Chapter 18 (Finance)
Finance- planning, obtaining, and managing the companys funds in order to accomplish its
objectives as effectively and efficiently as possible.
The Role of the Financial Manager
Financial manager- executive that develops and imp
B & K Chapter 15 (MIS)
Data, information, and information systems
Data- raw facts and figures that may or may not be relevant to a business decision.
Information- knowledge gained from processing data.
Information system- organized method for collecting,
B & K Chapter 8
What is Management?
Management- process of achieving organizational objectives through people and other resources.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
B & K Chapter 1
Business- all profit-seeking activities and enterprises that provide goods and services necessary
to an economic system.
Profit- rewards for businesspeople who take the risks involved to offer goods and services to
B & K Chapter 7
Electronic business (e-business): conducting business via the internet.
5 categories of e-business
1. E-tailing or virtual storefronts on Web sites
2. Online business-to-business transactions
3. Electronic data exchange (EDI), the business
B&K Appendix C (9/8/11)
Personal Financial Planning
The Credit Cart Hustle
Students dont realize how much they are spending with credit cards until it is too
late and they have gathered up debt.
Many credit card companies provide free stuff to make coll
B & K Chapter 2
Concern for Ethical and Societal Issues
Business ethics- standards of conduct and moral values involving right and wrong actions arising
in the work environment.
The Contemporary Ethical Environment
Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002- established