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A Research on the Importance of Data Loss Prevention in Organizations and Websites
Data loss prevention is vital and hence organizations and websites should ensure they have place adequate measure to curb data loss. The evolution of technology has made it possible for people to use internet to register and even share their information online. I have had trust issues which have made me concerned about the...
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The Pros and Cons of Open Source Code
Open source code is the backbone of many important applications and programs that exist today. Android, Linux, and Firefox are such examples of things that are open source. The fact that it’s code is free and readily available to the public makes the development of new and inventive software easier for everyone. However, th...
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The Advantages and Applications of Virtual Events
Virtual Events Virtual Events, broadly speaking, encompasses the use of virtual reality for professional tasks. Whether it’s for basic communications, private gatherings and executive meetings, or larger events such as industry conferences and trade shows, virtual reality can provide a fluid, capable platform for a revolut...
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A Personal Analysis of the Japanese Web Design
One of my favorite websites for information on Japan,, wrote an article about Japanese web design. From the majority of the websites they looked at they found a common aesthetic. “A lot of text, really packed in there, Smallish sized images, Columns, usually three of them, Poor use of white space / padding, (ofte...
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The Importance of Web Personalization
Web personalization is a process that involves the customization of
websites to fit the needs of a user or set of users, making use of the
knowledge gotten through the analysis of their navigational behavior. The
personalization process is enhanced by integrating data usage with content,
user profile data or structure. Furt...
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The Negative Attitudes and Obstacles That Prevent Wider Dissemination of Web 2.0 Services Within the Public Staff
Large-scale implementation of web-based services over the past two decades has seen growth not only in the number of connected devices, but also in the speed and reliability with which these devices communicate with one another. A similar shift during this period is often characterized by the transition from Web 1.0 to 2.0;...
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An Analysis of the Design of the Michigan University Website
The design of Michigan University website is an attractive site that is designed in a way that it enhances navigation from one location to another. The homepage emphasizes navigation bar which is located at the top of the page as well as the presidential democratic debate that the university is going to host where CNN will...
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An Analysis of the Website, a Reliable Source for Solving Medical Problems
The website of interest in my assignment is, which
can be found using the Google search engine. The main purpose for the site
is to give information on family health, that is, during pregnancy,
delivery, breastfeeding and other health matters involving the senior
citizens. In other words, it is a one stop s...
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The Ethics in the Design of a Commercial and Military Cockpit
Ethics during the design phases is a very crucial topic that gets discussed all the time. Ethics in design phase basically means the values and morals that an individual has when creating a product. The article “Manufacturing Gender in Commercial and Military Cockpit Design” is the perfect example that describes the ethic...
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The Low Quality of Japanese Web Design
Trisha Dring Professor Stefan Cieply Concepts & Methods of Visual Culture April 30, 2014  Why Does Japanese Web Design seems so backwards? Japan is known for being ahead in all things technology. Fast and crazy computers, new innovations, etc. If they are so far ahead then why do their web sites always look so backward...
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