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Modern Computing Essay Examples

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An Overview of the Client and Server Computing Model for the Information Architecture in Modern Society
Client/Server computing has become the model for new information architecture. This technology will take enterprise wide computing into the 21st century. Computing power has rapidly become distributed and interconnected throughout many organizations through networks of all types of computers. Networked computer systems are...
1,343 words
3 pages
The Cloud and Cloud Computing
The Cloud in general is a very complex term in computing, because there
are a lot of skewed definitions. The Cloud gets its name from the many
network connections and computer systems involved in online services.
Nowadays, people most likely refer to The Cloud as the Icloud. This of
course refers to Apple Computer's version...
950 words
2 pages
An Overview of the Popular Institutions Involved in the Computing Industry
In the computing industry there are a great deal of organisations and institutions. Some of the more popular institutions are: - * The British Computing Society (BCS) * The Institute for the Management of Information Systems (IMIS) * The Institute of Electrical/Electronic Engineers (IEE/IEEE) * The Association for Com...
878 words
2 pages
Importance of Wireless Technology in Computing Today
Abstract Wireless technology can provide many benefits to computing including faster response to queries, reduced time spent on paperwork, increased online time for users, just-in-time and real time control, tighter communications between clients and hosts. Wireless Computing is governed by two general forces: Technology...
4,886 words
11 pages
The Future of Computer Technicians Work
After reading pg 63 in the book, Computing Ethics, and researching the internet. Michael Winter notes that, as a group, the information professions have only recently developed such distinctly modern characteristics of the professions as university training, professional associations, licensing procedures, and codes of ethi...
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3 pages
An Introduction to the Analysis of Computing
Client/Server computing has become the model for new information architecture. This technology will take enterprise wide computing into the 21st century. Computing power has rapidly become distributed and interconnected throughout many organizations through networks of all types of computers. Networked computer systems are...
1,342 words
3 pages
An Overview of Virtual Reality
Virtual RealityEscapism and Virtual Reality Overview of virutal relaity and some of the perils it puts humanity in for the future after 1991 (5000 words)----- ABSTRACT-----The use of computers in society provides obvious benefits and somedrawbacks. `Virtual Reality', a new method of interacting with any computer,is present...
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10 pages
The Advancements of Thin-Client Computing and Its Potential
In an ideal world, it would be easy to deploy and manage the robust client/server applications that tap today s abundant PC power. But if you support a distributed computing environment built around the Wintel computing architecture, you know better. To a large extent, the culprit is a Microsoft OS deign that s not quite at...
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2 pages
The Views on Virtual Reality as a Form of Escapism
Escapism and Virtual RealityABSTRACT The use of computers in society provides obvious benefits and some drawbacks. `Virtual Reality', a new method of interacting with any computer, is presented and its advantages and disadvantages are considered. The human aspect of computing and computers as a form of escapism are deve...
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11 pages
A Description of the Uses of Neural Networks in the Functions of Computing Devices
Neural Networks A neural network also known as an artificial neural network provides a unique computing architecture whose potential has only begun to be tapped. They are used to address problems that are intractable or cumbersome with traditional methods. These new computing architectures are radically different from...
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7 pages