Summary of ALL lectures OICT Organizations and ICT UU 2017-2018. Both midterm as endterm included (graded 8)
I hereby sell a PDF version of my summary for the course Organizations and ICT (OICT). This course is given at Utrecht University and the summary contains all the material necessary for both the midterm and the final exam that we had. 2 summaries in 1! The midterm is up to lecture 9. The final exam emphasizes all the material after the midterm, from lecture 9, but the material before this (midterm material) must also be considered as known. When you buy this PDF, it will certainly ensure that you have a good chance of achieving a sufficient if the material is the same. Here, I assume this is the case, but it can be happening of course that something has been added or something has been removed, so please check below the parts that I discuss in the summary and see if that matches. This summary contains all the important material from all lectures about the subject in the 2017-2018 year, and is therefore everything you need. Material discussed in the summary: business firms (operational excellence, new products, customer and supplier intimacy), data, information, information systems and organisational roles, systems, closed and open systems perspective, Mintzberg's theory, oganisation configuration (top management, middle management, staff, core), structural dimensions, stakeholders, functional business processes, business intelligence, enterprise applications, supply chain managemnet, customer relationship management, knowledge management, collaboration and teamwork, Porter's competitive forces model, value chain model, TOWS analysis, Miles and Snow's strategy typology, environmental stability and change, horizontal and vertical linkages and organization, structures (geographical, matrix, divisional etc.), iStar (agent, role etc.), actor and rationale diagrams, business process management and modelling, cycle time analysis, business rules, decision support system, executive support system, intra and extranet, TOWS-analysis, Business model canvas, knowledge management, taxonomies, networks, designing databases, crow's foot, mining, big data, policies, IDEF, SysML, 4EL etc., responsible software, common good matrix, supply chains, push and pull based model, securing information systems, vulnerability, security and control, malware, encryption and a short preparation on the exam on the end. This is only a part of the material covered and among these elements are definitions, explanations about concepts, and examples. There are also images from the lectures inserted that must ensure that it is all clearer. These are explained in turn. The material is written in English. Everything is put down nicely and in easy to understand language and terms. NOTE: I am not responsible for any changes in the fabric this year that cause certain parts to be modified, or parts that have been added without my knowledge.
System Security - P1, P2, M1
This assignment contains the P1, P2 and M1 marks for the system security unit. This assignment was awarded with all of the marks.
System Security - P5, P6, M3, D2
This assignment contains the P5, P6, M3 and D2 marks for the system security unit. This assignment was awarded with all of the marks.
System Security - P3, P4, M2, D1
This assignment contains the P3, P4, M2 and D1 marks for the system security unit. This assignment was awarded with all of the marks.
Unit 7 - Assignment 1: Organisational System Security
The following assignment covers all of the criteria for Assignment 1. Specifically, this assignment includes an in-depth evaluation of system security and potential threats, as well as an evaluation of how these threats may be reduced.
Unit 32: Network System Security LO1 & LO2 P1 P2 M1
Unit 32: Network System Security LO1 and LO2
Includes P1 P2 M2
Network Security Threats, Sources and How to Protect Against Them
Intruder Systems is put in a table format and compared
Analysis of two recent threats
Unit 32: Network System Security Powerpoint LO3 P3 M2
Unit 32: Network System Security
Includes P3 & M2 in a PowerPoint Format.
How To Minimise Security Breaches In A Networked System
Suggest How Users Can Be Authentic
Unit 32: Network System Security LO4 P4 P5 M3
Unit 32: Network System Security
Includes P4 P5 M3
Planning checklist is created to help configure the specialist software. Includes screenshots and annotations.
This document takes its specification from the Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Information Technology 2010. Please look carefully at your specification date as they may differ.
CSG1206 Operating System MCQ with Answers
CSG1206 Operating System MCQ with Answers.
Operating systems: their history, objectives and functions.
Computer system and operating-system structures.
Main and auxiliary storage; real and virtual memory; segmentation, paging and swapping.
Processes and threads; job and processor scheduling; multiprocessing.
File and device management; deadlocks.
Concurrency; semaphores, monitors, message passing.
Protection and security.
Network and distributed system structures.