Everything ICT

Matthew Chapman
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Higher ICT Mind Map on Everything ICT, created by Matthew Chapman on 04/23/2013.

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Everything ICT
1 BO61
1.1 ICT Systems
1.1.1 Systems
1.1.2 Components of a computer system
1.1.3 Types of Computer System
1.1.4 Hardware and Software
1.2 Hardware
1.2.1 Input devices
1.2.2 Output devices
1.2.3 Storage devices
1.2.4 Communication Devices
1.2.5 User Interfaces
1.3 Software
1.3.1 System Software
1.3.2 Application Systems
1.3.3 Progamming Software
1.3.4 File Types
1.4 Exchanging Information
1.4.1 Communications
1.4.2 Communications Services
1.4.3 Sharing, Exchanging and Managing Information
1.4.4 Communications Software
1.4.5 Remote access to computer systems
1.4.6 Monitoring and Tracking System
1.4.7 Emerging Technologies
1.5 Presenting Information
1.5.1 Word processing and DTP Software
1.5.2 Slideshow Software Features
1.5.3 Multimedia Software features
1.5.4 Web Authoring Software Features
1.6 Manipulating Data
1.6.1 Data Management
1.6.2 Data Types
1.6.3 Encoding Data
1.6.4 Data Collection methods
1.6.5 Validation
1.6.6 Verification
1.7 Keeping Data Safe and Secure
1.7.1 Backups and Archiving
1.7.2 Protecting Data
1.7.3 Data encryption
1.7.4 Malware
1.7.5 Hacking
1.8 Legal, Social, Ethical and Environmental Issues when Using ICT
1.8.1 Computer misuse act of 1990
1.8.1.1 Level 1
1.8.1.1.1 unauthorised access to computer programs or data as a nuisance
1.8.1.2 Level 2
1.8.1.2.1 unauthorised access with a further criminal intent
1.8.1.3 Level 3
1.8.1.3.1 unauthorised modificaition of computer data
1.8.2 Data protection act of 1998
1.8.2.1 Rights of Data subjects
1.8.2.1.1 To compensation for unauthorised closure/ inaccurate data
1.8.2.1.2 To access the data held about them and have it corrected or deleted if inaccurate
1.8.2.2 Where can personal data be processed?
1.8.2.2.1 If the subject has given their consent
1.8.2.2.2 It is a legal obligation
1.8.2.3 Information that must be provided by the data user about the data that is about to be stored
1.8.2.3.1 How the data will be collected
1.8.2.3.2 Any organization that the data will be passed onto
1.8.2.3.3 Who will have access to the data
1.8.2.3.4 Type of data stored
1.8.2.3.5 Reasons why said data is to be stored
1.8.2.4 What is exempt
1.8.2.4.1 Crime and national security
1.8.2.4.2 Statistical or research e.g census
1.8.2.4.3 Data used for household use
1.8.2.4.4 Payroll, pensions and taxes
1.9 Using ICT Systems
1.10 ICT and Modern Living
2 Case Study
2.1 Telemarketing
2.1.1 Staff
2.1.1.1 Good
2.1.1.1.1 work from home
2.1.1.2 Bad
2.1.1.2.1 Easy to confuse work and leisure time
2.1.2 Employer
2.1.2.1 Good
2.1.2.1.1 Can solve problems with skill shortage by hiring outside the region
2.1.2.2 Bad
2.1.2.2.1 Difficult to supervise workers and determine how hard they work
2.2 Software
2.2.1 Open source software
2.2.1.1 GO TO FLASH CARDS
2.2.2 Proprietary
2.2.2.1 GO TO FLASH CARDS
2.2.3 Bespoke
2.2.3.1 GO TO FLASH CARDS
2.3 CLOUD COMPUTING
2.3.1 SaaS
2.3.1.1 Software as a service
2.3.2 PaaS
2.3.2.1 Platform as a service
2.3.3 IaaS
2.3.3.1 Infatructure as a service
2.4 THIN CLIENT COMPUTING
2.4.1 Thin client comps run on servers
2.4.2 Client software is mainly GUI's
2.4.3 Holds software packages and runs OS's

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