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Mapa Mental Epistemología
leliogamada .
DIBUJO PROYECTIVO UNIDAD 2
Hector E Carvajal
Comunicacion Organizacional con Herramientas de (PNL).
magda ayala
GCSE AQA Biology - Unit 2
James Jolliffe
Core 1.10 Polymers (Plastics)
T Andrews
CLASIFICACION DE LAS EMPRESAS SEGUN LA LEGISLACION COLOMBIANA
ILeana Quiroz Ponce
Unidad III - Dibujo de Conjunto
Mariana Cardozo
Diferenciación de términos de Manejo Ambiental.
Néstor Mateus
mapa mental historia de la psicologia
Marcela Zapata
FISICA ELECTRÓNICA
Diego Santos
Ict Revison
1 data protection act 1998
1.1 During the second half of the 20th century, businesses, organisations and the government began using computers to store information about their customers, clients and staff in databases. The data protection act is not onlyused in schools it is also used in other work places such as hospitals and offices
1.2 Name
1.3 Addresses
1.4 contact information
1.5 employment history
1.6 medical conditions
1.7 covictions
1.8 credit history
2 Input devices
2.1 sensors
2.1.1 Sensors are often used as part of a feedback cycle. They collect data continuously and are typically linked to a control program that specifies acceptable levels, eg the minimum and maximum temperature in a green house. The control program decides what to do next based on the data it's fed by the sensors.
2.2 barcodes
2.2.1 Barcodes are represented by black vertical bars and are read by a barcode reader. Barcodes are printed on nearly every product you buy, each product has a unique code. When read, information stored in the shop's database is recalled, such as the product name and price. This information later appears on your receipt. The scanning process also assists in stock management, reducing the stock by one each time a product is scanned/sold.
2.3 magnetic stripe
2.3.1 Magnetic stripes are built into many plastic cards such as debit or credit cards and personal identity cards. The magnetic strip on the back of the card can hold the personal details of the card owner and, with the necessary PIN, will allow access to secure information, eg bank account details. Data stored on the strip is scanned and input into a computer system by a magnetic stripe reader.
2.4 mouse
2.5 keyboards
2.6 microphone
3 RAM
3.1 RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY
4 VOIP
4.1 VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCALL
4.2 skype
4.3 video confrencing
5 file types
5.1 PNG
5.1.1 potable network graphics
5.2 JPEG
5.2.1 joint photgraphic experts group
5.3 BIT
5.3.1 BITMAP
6 IMS
6.1 Information Management System
6.1.1 the Information Management System (IMS) is a joint ranked database and Information Management System withe extensive transaction processing capabilities.
7 always write full versions of things such as information management system
8 automatic updates and backups
8.1 schools use automatic backups so they do not have to go do it manually every day and also so they can keep pupils information safe and if they are wanting to keep the actual backup servers safe from fires and burglary's there are two things they need to do and they are keep them above ground level and also keep them in a locked room away from all pupils

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