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P1
	Good Afternoon Profressor Saunders. For my paragraphs I'll be typing up
 my notes for your class. I'll be using the notes from our last test. We
 will stat with the topic of machine dependance. Operating systems and most
 application software will only run on the machine and or platform that
 they were developed for. Our next topic will be scalibility. Scalability
 is a ver y key issue in a business environment. Baically it is the main
 concern whenever a business wants to grow. Most businesses are
 dependent on the application software they run to satisfy customers and
 manage their options. That will conclude our first two topics.  

P2
	 I will now expound upon scalability. Many businesses miss out on the
 oppurtunity to grow due to their systems not being scalable. The
 percentage of missed grow is often 100 to 2000%. Whithout a scalable
 system you business will likely fail. For example a sinle user app, a CD
 can be bought for 349 two or three people have licences for the software
 and they take care of all the mall business they get. If these three guys
 get an influx off business and they cant keep up with their consumer
 demands due to only having a small amount of software lisences or the
 software in use not being meant to handle thousands of users these guys
 are going to fail. 



P3
	It is extremely important for a system to be well integrated. This
 basically means that your systems can run smoothly together. Do not have
 thirty different systems for differnet funcutions as that is extremely
 inefficiant. A traditional way to ensure scalability is to buy any
 application system for a VAR (Value added reseller) with experience in the
 industry at hand, a verticle market ,and developes a line of computers
 that can grow to handle a huge load. Resellers of IBM, HP, Sun/Oracle
 support the applications that can launch small servers, handling dozens
 of users all the way to millions of users. The price of getting a
 scalable system is what stops businesses from making the corect decision
 of making sure thier system is scalable from the start. 
      






File2:
P1
	Our next topic will be the various software platforms.
 Platform Independance/ Cross platform software is desirable for may apps
 and platforms. One way to achieve independence is to develope an
 application for a "software platform" or a "Virtual Machine" Instead of a
 hardware platform. Middle ware is another term for this kind of software.
 Its in the middle betweeen the application code and the operating system.
 Software can also me writenfor a VM. Software written for a VM will run
 on any hardware platform that has been adapted for it. Java for example
 has been adapted to run on multiple platforms. Software running on a VM
 always runs slower than a sotware written for a particular platform. 




P2
	Cross platform languages and development environments will be our next
 topic.The first laguage we will spotlight will be C++. It is an Industrial
 strength compiled languagethat produces effeicent binary code for
 practically every computer platform in use today. The is the latest in
 the generational line that started with C. PHP  is a popualr scripting
 language built for database programming on the web that works with the
 web server on the windows, Linuzx or IBM i5 midrange and z/OS mainframe
 platforms. Lastly for this section we will spotlight python. Python is a
 popular language that runs on Windows, Mac or Linux servers. It is a
 growing language that many employers ask for entry level.  


P3

	The next language is one that taps a littl more into the creative side of
 any programmer. Java Script is a popular browser side, interpreted
 language that runs in the browsers of any personal computer and most
 mobile devices able to browes the web. Java Script is often paired with
 HTML and CSS in order to web develope. Personally even though it requires
 alot of attention to detail the combonation of the three is my favorite way to develope. 











File3:
P1
	
	Our next topic will be the four generations of CPU's. The first
 generation of computers came around in the 1940's. It used vaccum tubes
 for the CPU and memory. These computers were HUGE, with the CPUs the size
 of a room. The second generation of computers came about a decade later.
 They arrived in the late 1950s. These computers used discrete transistors
 the size of a finger tip put onto circut board. Second generation CPUs
 fit into large chasis and the computer filled up the rest of the room.
 Solid state component much better than vaccum tubes. 



P2

	The third generation of computers arrived in the 1960's and used IC's
 (Integrated Circuts). IC's built with photographic and chemical processes
 that integrated transistors with CPU and component circuits. They were a
 large improvement over circuit boards. Thrid generation CPU's fit onto a
 circuit board and the rest of the computer fit into a large chasis. The
 third generation brought about a lot of change and innovation. It was a
 precursor to what we have today. 


P3

	The latest generation of computer is the fourth generation. They featured
 VLSI (Very large Scale Integartion) since the late 1970s. Further advances
 in the chip manufacturing allowing combining several other components on
 the die with the CPU leading to personal computers that sit on peoples
 lap. Fourth generation computers fit into very small chassis.

Has Outlines Directory
Brief1 Contents:
 ERP: SAP, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, &c

Intro: What is it?
1) What ERP's Are 
2) History Of ERP's 
3) 
Types:
1) Types of ERP's 
2) Most Current Technologies 
Uses:
1) ERP's Uses 
2) Different ERPs for Different Uses 
Market Share and Popularity: 
1} Ranking Popularity 
2)Market Share Break Down 
Compare and Contrast:
1)A discussion on the top two 
Outlook for the future:
1) What direction are ERPs going in
-ERP Cloud Systems 
-Oracle and Acumatica leading the race  
2) Possible threats 
-Apperently ERP systems are crushing it. No technology currently threatening market share. 
Best Choice: 
1) Best ERP

References:
1. "What is ERP" Oracle. Web. Nov 14. 2017.


2. Rashid, Mohammad, et al. The Evolution of ERP Systems: A Historical Perspective. The Evolution of ERP Systems: A Historical Perspective, vol. 1, pp. 116., faculty.biu.ac.il/~shnaidh/zooloo/nihul/evolution.pdf.

3. "What is ERP SOftware? Analysis of Features, Types, Benefits, Pricing" FinancesOnline Web. 16 Nov. 2017. 

4."Types of ERP Systems" Bizfluent. Web. Nov 16. 2017


5. "The top 10 ERP Systems Ranking Report for 2017" Erpnews . Web. Nov 14. 2017


6 "ERP Showdown: SAP vs Oracle vs Microsoft" Capterra. Web. Nov 14. 2017 


7."The future of ERP Systems" Acumatica. Web. Nov 14. 2017


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2017-10-31 18:33:51 mkdir web
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2017-10-31 18:37:28 ls
2017-10-31 18:37:55 'chmod 700 Outlines'
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2017-11-02 17:18:20 ls
2017-11-02 17:18:51 vi derp
2017-11-02 17:18:55 ls
2017-11-02 17:19:23 cd Outlines
2017-11-02 17:19:45 cd
2017-11-02 17:21:39 cd Outlines
2017-11-02 17:22:47 vi Brief1
2017-11-02 17:23:03 ls
2017-11-02 17:23:08 cd
2017-11-02 17:23:09 ls
2017-11-02 17:23:22 :exit
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2017-11-02 18:05:36 ls
2017-11-02 18:05:44 cd Outlines
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2017-11-02 18:08:23 vi Brief1
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2017-11-02 18:19:23 chmod 600 Brief1
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2017-11-02 18:26:35 cd web
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2017-11-02 18:35:42 cd
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2017-11-02 18:40:14 chmod 604 *
2017-11-02 18:40:50 touch Brief1.html
2017-11-02 18:40:53 ls
2017-11-02 18:46:30 Touch Semantics.html
2017-11-02 18:46:48 touch Semantics.html
2017-11-02 18:46:54 cd
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2017-11-02 19:10:13 chmod 604 Brief1.html
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2017-11-02 20:13:27 cd Outline
2017-11-02 20:13:40 cd Outlines
2017-11-02 20:17:52 cd
2017-11-02 20:17:55 cd web
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2017-11-02 20:31:35 cd web
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2017-11-02 20:49:41 cd
2017-11-02 20:49:46 ls
2017-11-02 20:49:53 cd web
2017-11-02 20:49:55 ls
2017-11-02 20:50:08 Brief1.html
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2017-11-07:
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2017-11-07 17:54:24 ls
2017-11-07 17:59:12 cat File1
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2017-11-14 16:43:42 wget -r info300.net/Resp
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2017-11-14 16:44:03 ls
2017-11-14 16:44:10 vi Resp
2017-11-14 16:44:41 cd Resp
2017-11-14 16:44:45 ls
2017-11-14 16:45:57 vi semantics.html
2017-11-14 16:46:21 vi Semantics.html
2017-11-14 16:48:50 cd
2017-11-14 16:48:53 ls
2017-11-14 16:50:19 cd web
2017-11-14 16:50:20 ls
2017-11-14 16:55:10 cd
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2017-11-14 16:55:33 cd info300.net
2017-11-14 16:55:35 ls
2017-11-14 16:55:43 cd Resp
2017-11-14 16:55:46 ls
2017-11-14 16:56:13 cat index.html
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2017-11-14 23:20:22 cd web
2017-11-14 23:20:25 ls
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2017-11-15:
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2017-11-15 08:11:11 uname -a
2017-11-15 08:11:20 uname
2017-11-15 08:11:30 uname -h
2017-11-15 08:11:39 uname --help
2017-11-15 08:11:55 uname -r
2017-11-15 08:12:52 cat /etc/*release
2017-11-15 08:13:01 ls
2017-11-15 08:13:15 cd info300.net
2017-11-15 08:13:17 ls
2017-11-15 08:14:12 cd Resp
2017-11-15 08:14:14 ls
2017-11-15 08:15:10 cat index.html
2017-11-15 08:15:24 ls /
2017-11-15 08:15:27 ls /etc/
2017-11-15 08:15:31 ls /etc/httpd/
2017-11-15 08:15:49 ls /
2017-11-15 08:16:04 ls /var/www/html/
2017-11-15 08:16:23 cp index.html /var/www/html/index.html
2017-11-15 08:16:46 cp index.html /var/www/html/eampofo/index.html
2017-11-15 08:17:54 cd
2017-11-15 08:17:58 clear
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2017-11-15 08:18:06 cd web
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2017-11-15 08:18:30 vi index.html
2017-11-15 08:18:46 cd
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2017-11-15 08:30:59 ls
2017-11-15 08:31:06 cd web
2017-11-15 08:31:09 ls
2017-11-15 08:31:23 vi index.html
2017-11-15 08:32:43 cd
2017-11-15 08:32:52 cd info300.net
2017-11-15 08:32:55 ls
2017-11-15 08:32:59 cd Resp
2017-11-15 08:33:01 ls
2017-11-15 08:33:10 cat index.html
2017-11-15 08:33:40 ls
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2017-11-15 08:34:00 cat PacioliStamp.png
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2017-11-15 08:34:08 clear
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2017-11-15 08:36:45 cd
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2017-11-15 12:23:52 cat File1
2017-11-15 12:24:09 cd
2017-11-15 12:24:14 clear
2017-11-15 12:24:15 ls
2017-11-15 12:24:31 cd web
2017-11-15 12:24:33 ls
2017-11-15 12:24:55 cat index.html
2017-11-15 12:25:10 clear
2017-11-15 12:25:12 cd
2017-11-15 12:26:56 exit
2017-11-16:
2017-11-16 18:09:21 ls
2017-11-16 18:09:32 cd Outlines
2017-11-16 18:09:34 ls
2017-11-16 18:09:47 vi Brief1
2017-11-16 18:15:07 cd
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File1:
There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that 
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.

There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.

There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years. 



File2:

There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.

There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.

There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.




File3:
There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.

There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.

There once was a paper supply company in Scranton Pennsylvania.
There was a boss named Michael Scott. He had employees that
he really loved. There was one employee named Meems and Bri.
They knew they liked each other but they would not admit it
for three years.


Has Outlines Directory
Brief1 Contents:
 Cloud Computing




2017-10-31:
2017-10-31 18:09:17 passwd
2017-11-07:
2017-11-07 22:22:31 vi File1
2017-11-07 22:32:30 vi File2
2017-11-07 22:36:51 vi File3
2017-11-07 22:39:28 ls
2017-11-07 22:40:35 ls -ls
2017-11-07 22:41:32 chmod 600 File*
2017-11-07 22:43:04 ls -la
2017-11-07 22:44:31 mkdir Outlines
2017-11-07 22:44:43 ch Outlines
2017-11-07 22:45:09 cd Outlines
2017-11-07 22:45:51 vi Brief1
2017-11-07 22:48:09 ls -la
2017-11-07 22:48:43 chmod 600 Brief1
2017-11-07 22:53:43 vi File
2017-11-07 22:54:57 vi File1
2017-11-07 22:59:32 vi File2
2017-11-07 23:00:53 vi File3
2017-11-07 23:02:23 vi Brief1
2017-11-07 23:04:40 ls -la
2017-11-07 23:06:04 chmod 600 File*
2017-11-07 23:06:11 ls -la
2017-11-07 23:09:31 chmod 700 Outlines
2017-11-07 23:10:42 vi Outlines
2017-11-07 23:12:22 ls -la
2017-11-07 23:14:10 ls
2017-11-07 23:15:07 chmod 600 File*
2017-11-07 23:15:10 ls
2017-11-07 23:15:22 ls -la
2017-11-07 23:16:01 mkdir Outlines
2017-11-07 23:16:04 ls
2017-11-07 23:16:19 cd Outlines
2017-11-07 23:16:29 vi Brief1
2017-11-07 23:17:21 ls
2017-11-07 23:17:37 ls -la
2017-11-07 23:18:05 chmod 600 Brief1
2017-11-07 23:18:12 ls
2017-11-07 23:18:20 ls -la
2017-11-07 23:22:18 ls
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File1:
Cloud Computing


Cloud Computing is an IT paradigm, a model for enabling ubiquitous access
to shared pools of configurable resources (such as computer networks,
servers, storage, applications, and services), which can be rapidly
provisioned with minimal effort over the internet. Cloud computing allows
users and enterprises to store and process data either in a privately
owned cloud, or on a third-party server located in a data center -
this making data-accessing machanisms more efficient and reliable. Cloud
computing relies on sharing of resources to achieve coherence and economy
of scale, similar to a utility.

Advoates note that cloud computing allows companies to avoid or minimize
up-front IT infrastructure costs. Additionally, third-party cloud enable
organiazations to focus on their core businesses instead of expending
resources on computer infrastructure and maintenance. Proponents also
claim that cloud computing allows enterprises to get their applications
up and running faster, with improved manageability and less maintenance.

Cloud providers typically use a "pay-as-you-go" model. This could lead
to unexpectedly high charges if administrators are not familiarized with
cloud-pricing models. In 2009, the availability of high-capacity networks,
low-cost computers and storage devices, as well as the widespread adoption
of hardware virtualization, service-oriented architecture, and automatic
and utility computing led to a growth in cloud computing. Companies
can scale up as computing needs increase and then scale down again when
demands decrease



File2:
		Limitations & Disadvantages
		By Chris Cruz

According to Bruce Schneier, "The downside is that you will have limited
customizaition options. Cloud computing is cheaper because of economics
of scale, and - like any outsrouced task - you tend to get what you
get. A restaurant with a limited menu is cheaper than a peronal chef
who can cook anything you want. Fewer options at a much cheaper price:
it's a feature, not a bug." He also suggests that "the cloud provider
might not meet your legal needs" and that businesses need to weigh the
benefits of cloud computing against the risks.

In cloud computing, the control of the back end infrastructure is limited
to the cloud vendor only. Cloud providers often decide on the management
policies, which moderates what the cloud users are able to do with their
deployment. Cloud users are also limited to the control and management
of their applications, data, and services. This includes data caps, which
are placed on cloud users by the cloud vendor allocating certain amount of
bandwidth for each customer and are often shared among other cloud users.

privacy and confidentiality are big concerns in some activities. For
instance, sworn translators working under the stipulations of an NDA,
might face problems regarding sensitive data that are not encrypted. Law
Enforcement and other government entities also have specific data
securirty requirements, such as the Criminal justice Information Services
(CJIS) standards maintained by the FBI. Other entities like the CIA and
NSA may have additional stipulations when storing or accessing national
security data or otherwise classified information.



File3:
		Cloud Computing Security
		By Chris Cruz

Cloud computing and storage provides users with capabilities to store
and process their data in third-party data centers. Security concerns
assocaited with cloud computing fall into two broad categories: security
issues faced by cloud providers, and security issues faced by their
customers. The responsibility is shared, however. The provider must ensure
that their infrastructure is secure and that their clients' data and
applications are protected, while the user must take measures to fortify
their applications and use strong passwords and authenication measures.

When an organization elects to store data or host applications on
the public cloud, it loses its ability to have physical access to the
servers hosting the information. As a result, potentially sensitive data
is at risk from insider attacks. According to a recent Cloud Security
Alliance report, insider attacks are the sixth biggest threat in cloud
computing. Therefore, cloud service providers must ensure that thorough
background checks are conducted for employees who have phsyical access
to the servers in the data center.

In order to conserve resources, cust costs, and maintain efficiency,
cloud service providers often store more than one customer's data on the
same server. As a result, there is a chance that one user's private data
can be viewed by other users, even competitors. To handle such sensitive
situations, cloud service providers should ensure proper data isolation
and logical storage segregation.

Has Outlines Directory
Brief1 Contents:
 Cloud Computing

What is Cloud Computing
 Defining "the cloud"
  Trend and paradigm shift in IT
 How "the cloud" works
  It's just someone else's computer
 Cloud service models
  SaaS
  PaaS
  IaaS
Major Cloud Providers & Marketshare
 Amazon
  AWS
 Google
  GCP
 Microsoft
  Azure
 Rackspace
 VMWare
 IBM
Security & Privacy in the Cloud
 Security Concerns
  Data Theft
  Governence
  Shadow IT
Privacy & Legal  Concerns
  Data without Borders
  Data mining
  Competitive Advantage

https://www.skyhighnetworks.com/cloud-security-blog/microsoft-azure-closes-iaas-adoption-gap-with-amazon-aws/
https://www.channele2e.com/channel-partners/csps/cloud-market-share-2017-amazon-microsoft-ibm-google/
https://www.forbes.com/sites/louiscolumbus/2017/04/29/roundup-of-cloud-computing-forecasts-2017/#fd932dc31e87
https://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/learn-more/what-is-cloud-computing/
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/overview/what-is-cloud-computing/
https://www.gartner.com/doc/reprints?id=1-2G2O5FC&ct=150519
https://www.forrester.com/Cloud-Computing
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File1:

	This is my first paragraph. I hope that I am doing this right. Wow, I do not recall the last time I actually wrote a whole paragraph of absolutely nothing! To make sure that everything is working successfully, I must go through one of the links that the instructor have put in the info300 website. By the way, that is one informative website! I even use itoutside of class, to refer to what I do at work. It is such a great inference! Very, and truly inspiring. Anyways, I think we are coming to an end of this paragraph, and I hope I did this correctly.

	This is me checking how to open another line, wow I am getting the hang of this. This is actually quite fun!By the way just to let you know, I am using the tab button to indent per paragraph.
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.



File2:
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.



File3:

	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.
	This is my second file! I cannot wait to get the hang of this. I am going to write another random paragraph of absolutely nothing. It is quite amazing how blank my mind is right now, but I guess I could speak about how my day went. First, let me start off by saying that I absolutely hate Richmond parking center. My car died today, and I called them to make sure they do not give me a parking citation since I parked in one of the two-hour parkings and my time was up, but how could I move my car when it was totally dead? So when I called the lady up in the parking center, she did not understand or took the time to feel sorry for me. Luckily, I got the chance to call VCU police who helped me by jump starting my car. This was my day today, and I hope that nobody reads such an embarassing story.

Has Outlines Directory
Brief1 Contents:
 Hottest 3 Programming Languages in the Market in 2017

1. Introduction
	a. What are programming languages?
		i. Brief explanation of programming languages, what are they used for, etc
	b. Which programming languages are in the market right now?
		i. Popularity by rank: (Provide a chart of demand)
		ii. Popularity by rank: (Provide a chart of rank)
			1. Python
			2. C++
			3. Java
			4. Javascript
2. Python
	a. History
	b. What is it?
		i. Pros/Cons
	c. Why is it in high demand?
	d. Companies that are looking for people with this skill
3. C++
	a. History
	b. What is it?
		i. Pros/Cons
	c. Why is it in high demand?
	d. Companies that are looking for people with this skill
4. Java
	a. History
	b. What is it?
		i. Pros/Cons
	c. Why is it in high demand?
	d. Companies that are looking for people with this skill
5. Closing
	a. Summary of paper
	b. What is the future for programming languages?

References: MLA8 Format

1. "C." Wikiviersity, en.wikiversity.org/wiki/C++#Pros_and_Cons_of_C.2B.2B.
2. "C." Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 14 Nov. 2017, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C++.
3. "Java (Programming Language)." Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 8 Nov. 2017, en wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_(Programming_language).
4. Kriss, Paul. "A Developer's Guide to the Pros and Cons of Python." InfoWorld, 24 Feb. 2015, www.infoworld.com/article/2887974/application-development/a-developer-s-guide-to-the-pro-s-and-con-s-of-python.html.
5. "Latest News." TIOBE Index | TIOBE - The Software Quality Company, www.tiobe.com/tiobe-index/.
6. Nick Diakpolous and Stephen Cass. "Interactive: The Top Programming Languages 2017." IEEE Spectrum: Technology, Engineering, and Science News, 18 July 2017, spectrum.ieee.org/static/interactive-the-top-programming-languages-2017.
7. Patel, Jay. "The 9 Most In-Demand Programming Languages of 2017." Coding Dojo Blog, 23 May 2017, www.codingdojo.com/blog/9-most-in-demand-programming-languages-of-2017/.
8. "Programming Language." Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 13 Nov. 2017, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programming_language.
9. "Python (Programming Language)." Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 9 Nov. 2017, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_(programming_language).
10. "Surprising Facts Why Python Is Gaining More Popularity among Developers." Zarantech, 21 Feb. 2017, www.zarantech.com/blog/surprising-facts-python-gaining-popularity-among-developers/.
11. Why Learn Java Programming - the Beginner's Guide | Coding Dojo, www.codingdojo.com/why-learn-java-programming.
 
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Shall I compare thee to a summers day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate. Rough winds do shake the darling buds of may, and summers lease hath far too short a date. Sometimes too hot the eye of heaven shines, and often is his gold complexion dimmed. And every fair, from fair sometimes declines, by chance, or natures changing course untrimmed. But thy eternal summer shall not fade. Nor lose posession of that fair thou owest. Nor shall death brag thou wondreth in his shade, when in eternal lines, to time thou growest. So long as men can breathe or eyes can see, so long lives this and this gives life to thee.

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What do you do when you get lonely? Nobody waiting by your side. You've been running and hiding much too long, you know it's just your foolish pride Layla. You've got me on my knees, Layla. I'm begging darling please, Layla. Darling won't you ease my worried mind? Make the best of this situation, before I finally go insane. Please don't say, we'll never find a way, and tell me all my love is in vain, Layla. You've got me on my knees, Layla. I'm begging darling please, Layla. Darling won't you ease my worried mind?

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Whose woods these are I think I know, His house is in the village though. He will not see me stopping here, To watch the woods fill up with snow. My little horse must think it queer, To stop without a farmhouse near. Between the woods and frozen lake, The darkest evening of the year. He gives his harnesses a shake, To ask if there is some mistake. The only other sound's the sweep, Of easy wind and downy flake.
Has Outlines Directory Brief1 Contents: Topic: Embedded computers for Automotive Applications I. Introduction to Automotive Computers (Carputers) 1. Origins and early development 2. Types of automotive computer II. Modern Developments 1. System overview 2. OEM Engine Computer Units 3. OBD and OBDII 4. Infotainment systems 5. Modifications (chipping) III. Future Advancements 1. Incorporation of common Operating Systems 2. Advancements in hardware and software capability IV. Closing Summary References: 1. Wojdyla, Ben. How it Works: The Computer Inside Your Car. Feb 12, 2012. 2. Case, Lenny. Fast-tracking ECU Development. Automotive Industries Magazine. Oct 2011. 3. Ebert, Christoff. Embedded Software: Facts, Figures, and Future. IEEE Computer Society Press. April 2009. 4. National Instruments. Whitepaper on Building Flexible, Cost Effective ECU Test Systems 5. Amadeo, Ron. The State of the Car Computer: Forget Horsepower, we want Megahertz! ArsTechnica. May 2017. 6. How Stuff Works. What does the Computer in a Car do? April, 2000. 7. Acrosser Technology Co. 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A common arrangement is for a SOHO LAN to connect via a 'DSL Modem' or 'DSL Router' in the home or office via a 'serial link' (copper wire) to a port on a DSLAM-DSL Area Multiplexer located in the neighborhood or in the ILEC's facility. the DSLAM connects to 'industrial strength' routers in the DSL provider's IX-Internect eXchange, which connect to multiple fibre circuits on the Internet Backbone, which connect to other routes across The Internet. We want our ISP to be well-connected to lots of high-speed fibre, and we don't want them to oversell their services and create congested networks Routers are 'gateway devices' that dispatch packets of data through an internet via the best available route at the instant each packet arrives for transmission. Routers adapt to 'line conditions', busy ciruits, circuits that go dead, or circuits recently provisioned, to ensure quickest, error-free deliver of packets. The 'store and forward' method for IP Routers results in error-free transmission of data in somewhat unreliable networks where traffic can become congested, or circuits or routers can go out of service from time to time. 'Error correction by retransmission' ensures that dropped or mangled packets will get to their destination even if another route must be taken. File2: Ethernet Fabric is LAN technology that provides multiple routes for traffic. Instead of a 'trunk' where all traffic flows, each device may be connected to every other device, so traffic isn't concentrated on the trunk. Ethernet fabric is used in SAN-storage Area Networks and data centers. New ARM-64 SoC components include Ethernet Fabric processors adjacent to the CPUs and are optimized to participate in the Spine and Leaf networks. Telephone networks are relatively ancient compared to computer networks, but they're an essential component for many computer networks today. Telephone carriers provide 'last-mile' connections for most residential, business, and enterprise networks. Telephone was invented in or about 1850 by the Italian Meucci, again by Frenchman Bourseul, and again by Alexander G. Bell in 1876 for a US patent for a device with a transmitter and a reciever, a switchboard suitable for a neighborhood, and a scheme for operating them. All these gentlemen, plus at least one Russian, a German, another American, and a Brit, were able to build devices to transmit a voice on a analogous electrical signal in a copper-wired DC current loop to a receiver on the same circuit. File3: The Internet (with a capital T and I) is the world's largest and most used computer network, truly global scale. It can run over practically any network media including satellites and microwaves. The most common Internet media are high-speed Fiber Optic Cables connecting IXs - Internet Exchanges located arround the world. ISPs - internet Service Providers co-locate in the IXs and also in the ILEC's facilities to connect with their customers' neighborhoods, mostly over dedicated telephone circuits. The Old IP Address scheme, IPV4 is limited to roughly 4 billion addresses , all of which have been assigned out to ISPs. The internet's new addressing scheme, IPv6, is practically infinite. Client, Server, and Peer devices on The Internet use a very rich suite of protocols to handle almost any kinf of business or personal communication from supply-chain managments through straming video for education and entertainment. Has Outlines Directory Brief1 Contents: Business & Enterprise-class firewall/security solutions 1. What is Security to a business a. 1. 2. b. 2. Who is selling security today? a. b. 3. Who are the biggest sellers? a. b. 4. Pros and Cons a. b. References 1. http://www.google.com 2017-10-31: 2017-10-31 17:50:21 passwd 2017-10-31 17:54:04 date 2017-10-31 17:55:38 vi 2017-10-31 17:58:10 vi File1 2017-10-31 17:58:56 ls 2017-10-31 17:59:03 cat File1 2017-10-31 18:11:50 vi File1 2017-10-31 18:14:27 cat File1 2017-10-31 18:15:18 vi Outlines 2017-10-31 18:15:48 cat Outlines 2017-10-31 18:15:57 vi Outlines 2017-10-31 18:16:15 cat Outlines 2017-10-31 18:16:21 di 2017-10-31 18:16:23 d 2017-10-31 18:17:35 ls 2017-10-31 18:19:09 mkdir Outlines 2017-10-31 18:19:37 deldir Outlines 2017-10-31 18:20:13 vi Outlines 2017-10-31 18:21:02 ls 2017-10-31 18:21:09 cat Outlines 2017-10-31 18:21:15 vi Outlines 2017-10-31 18:21:34 ls 2017-10-31 18:22:06 delete(Outlines) 2017-10-31 18:22:44 vi Outlines 2017-10-31 18:23:55 ls 2017-10-31 18:24:01 cat Outlines 2017-10-31 18:24:15 vi Outlines 2017-10-31 18:24:31 ls 2017-10-31 18:25:20 mkdir Outlines 2017-10-31 18:25:24 ls 2017-10-31 18:25:48 vi File1 2017-10-31 18:26:23 rm File1 2017-10-31 18:26:26 ls 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17:35:27 chmod 701 web 2017-11-01 17:35:29 ls 2017-11-01 17:35:54 cd web 2017-11-01 17:36:03 cd ` 2017-11-01 17:36:03 :q 2017-11-01 17:36:03 cd ~ 2017-11-01 17:36:03 cd smoseley@info300 ~ 2017-11-01 17:36:03 exit 2017-11-01 17:37:28 ls 2017-11-01 17:38:05 cd web 2017-11-01 17:38:09 cd 2017-11-01 17:38:12 cd web 2017-11-01 17:39:23 vi index.html 2017-11-01 17:39:44 ls 2017-11-01 17:40:04 chmod 604 index.html 2017-11-01 17:40:13 ls -la 2017-11-01 17:45:31 cd 2017-11-01 17:45:34 ls 2017-11-01 17:49:33 exit 2017-11-01 18:23:02 cd Outlines 2017-11-01 18:23:12 vi Brief1 2017-11-01 18:23:17 ls 2017-11-01 18:23:22 vi Brief1 2017-11-01 18:23:33 ls 2017-11-01 18:25:52 cd 2017-11-01 18:26:01 exit 2017-11-02: 2017-11-02 17:04:06 ls 2017-11-02 17:04:13 cat File1 2017-11-02 17:05:16 vi File1 2017-11-02 17:29:50 ls -la 2017-11-02 17:55:06 cd Outlines 2017-11-02 17:55:48 chmod 600 Brief1 2017-11-02 17:55:54 ls -la 2017-11-02 17:56:21 vi Brief1 2017-11-02 17:57:29 vi File1 2017-11-02 17:57:37 ls 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cd Resp 2017-11-14 16:57:03 ls 2017-11-14 16:57:12 cat Brief1 2017-11-14 16:57:17 cat Brief1.html 2017-11-14 16:57:32 clear 2017-11-14 16:57:38 vi Brief.html 2017-11-14 16:57:44 ls 2017-11-14 16:57:52 vi Brief1.html 2017-11-14 17:01:54 cd 2017-11-14 17:01:57 ls 2017-11-14 17:02:01 cd Outlines 2017-11-14 17:02:09 vi Brief1 2017-11-14 17:05:14 cd info300.net 2017-11-14 17:05:29 cd 2017-11-14 17:05:34 cd info300.net 2017-11-15: 2017-11-15 15:54:47 ls 2017-11-15 15:54:56 info300.net 2017-11-15 15:55:02 cd info300.net 2017-11-15 15:55:04 ls 2017-11-15 15:55:07 cd Resp 2017-11-15 15:55:09 ls 2017-11-15 15:56:05 cd 2017-11-15 15:56:15 cd Outlines 2017-11-15 15:56:16 ls 2017-11-15 15:56:22 vi Brief1 End 85712 _________________________________ _________________________________ Begin 21511 Log Summary: 13 Sessions, 0 SFTP, 0 Flagged /home21511n/ |-- Brief1 |-- Brief1.html |-- File1 |-- File2 |-- File3 `-- Outlines `-- Brief1 1 directory, 6 files File1: Solid-State drives (SSD) and hard disck drives (HDD) are the two main storage solutions available to consumers and they each have their benefits. Tha makes themquite specialist for different tasks, but if you asked us to pick one over the other for your main system, the recommendation would be clear. The battle of SSD vs. HDD was won long ago. File2: The risk for failure is not unique to SSD's. In fact, SSD's are considered far more duable than HDD's, due to a lack of mechanical parts. The moving mechanisms within an HDD are susceptible to not only wear and tear over time but to damage due to movement or forceful contact. If one were to drop a laptop with an HDD, there is a high likelihood that all those moving parts will collide, resulting in potential data loss and even destructive physical damage that could kill the HDD outright. SSD's have no moving parts, therefore they have a longer lifespan. File3: SSD's are manufactured to be easily deployable as replacements for or complement to totaional magnetic platter-based Hard Disk Drives (HDD's) and are available in a number of different form factors, including 2.5", communication protocol/interfaces including Serial ATA (SATA), Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) and more recently PCIe to transfer data to and from the Central Processing Unit (CPU) of a server. Has Outlines Directory Brief1 Contents: SSD-Solid State Disk replacing Hard Disks for personal computers and/or servers 2017-10-31: 2017-10-31 18:09:06 psswd 2017-10-31 18:09:17 passwd 2017-10-31 18:12:39 exit 2017-11-02: 2017-11-02 18:17:14 vi File1 2017-11-02 18:18:43 ls 2017-11-02 18:20:57 vi File1 2017-11-02 18:21:45 vi File2 2017-11-02 18:22:24 ls 2017-11-02 18:22:39 vi File3 2017-11-02 18:22:55 ls 2017-11-02 18:24:06 la -ls 2017-11-02 18:24:16 ls -la 2017-11-02 18:28:20 chmod 600 File* 2017-11-02 18:28:24 ls 2017-11-02 18:28:31 ls -la 2017-11-02 18:32:46 mkdir Outlines 2017-11-02 18:32:50 ls 2017-11-02 18:33:08 ch Outlines 2017-11-02 18:33:25 cd Outlines 2017-11-02 18:33:54 vi Brief1 2017-11-02 18:34:37 ls 2017-11-02 18:34:44 ls -la 2017-11-02 18:35:18 chmod 600 Brief1 2017-11-02 18:35:22 ls 2017-11-02 18:35:27 ls -la 2017-11-02 18:42:49 exit 2017-11-08: 2017-11-08 22:26:08 ls-la 2017-11-08 22:26:15 la -la 2017-11-08 22:26:28 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:29:45 chmod 2017-11-08 22:29:54 ls 2017-11-08 22:30:31 cd Outlines 2017-11-08 22:30:42 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:33:08 exit 2017-11-08 22:35:02 vi Brief1 2017-11-08 22:35:38 chmod 600 Brief1 2017-11-08 22:35:44 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:36:34 chmod 600 Brief1 2017-11-08 22:36:41 vi Brief1 2017-11-08 22:37:07 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:44:36 ls 2017-11-08 22:44:38 la 2017-11-08 22:44:39 -la 2017-11-08 22:44:41 ls 2017-11-08 22:45:11 dir 2017-11-08 22:45:24 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:45:31 ls 2017-11-08 22:46:21 cd 2017-11-08 22:47:01 cd Outlines 2017-11-08 22:47:25 chmod 700 2017-11-08 22:47:43 chmod 700 Outlines 2017-11-08 22:47:57 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:48:24 chmod 600 Brief1 2017-11-08 22:48:29 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:48:36 exit 2017-11-08 22:49:17 ls -la 2017-11-08 22:49:21 ls 2017-11-08 23:09:03 vi File1 2017-11-08 23:12:23 ls -la 2017-11-08 23:12:57 vi File2 2017-11-08 23:18:29 vi File1 2017-11-08 23:18:43 vi File3 2017-11-08 23:25:53 la - la 2017-11-08 23:25:57 la -la 2017-11-08 23:26:00 ls -la 2017-11-08 23:26:02 ls 2017-11-08 23:29:14 vi Outlines 2017-11-08 23:30:30 ls -la 2017-11-08 23:30:32 ls 2017-11-08 23:30:39 vi Outlines 2017-11-08 23:33:35 ls -la 2017-11-08 23:33:37 ls 2017-11-08 23:34:23 cd Outlines 2017-11-08 23:34:59 SSD-Solid State Disk replacing Hard Disks for personal computers and/or servers 2017-11-08 23:35:26 exit 2017-11-08 23:40:05 mkdir Outlines 2017-11-08 23:40:11 dir Outlines 2017-11-08 23:48:34 cd Outlines 2017-11-08 23:52:31 exit 2017-11-08 23:53:03 ls Outlines web 2017-11-08 23:53:10 cs Outlines 2017-11-08 23:53:51 Topic: Solid State Disk replacing Hard Disks for perosnal computers and/or servers 2017-11-08 23:54:04 mv Outlines 2017-11-08 23:54:15 mv help 2017-11-08 23:54:35 exit 2017-11-08 23:56:15 sudo chmod 700 Outlines && sudo chmod 600 Brief1 2017-11-08 23:58:18 mv "Topic:briefcontent" SSD-Solid State Disk replacing Hard Disks for personal computers and/or servers. 2017-11-08 23:58:32 ls -la 2017-11-08 23:58:37 ls 2017-11-08 23:59:41 chmod 700 Outlines 2017-11-09: 2017-11-09 00:01:41 ls -la 2017-11-09 00:01:45 ls 2017-11-09 00:03:33 cd Outlines 2017-11-09 00:03:53 Vi Outlines 2017-11-09 00:09:53 date 2017-11-09 00:13:54 vi Brief1 2017-11-09 00:15:03 ls -la 2017-11-09 00:15:09 ls 2017-11-09 00:15:12 exit 2017-11-09 00:19:22 ls -la 2017-11-09 00:19:28 ls 2017-11-09 00:20:06 vi Brief1.html 2017-11-09 00:24:28 dir 2017-11-09 00:29:01 rmdir Brief1.html 2017-11-09 00:29:14 ls -la 2017-11-09 00:29:15 ls 2017-11-09 00:29:36 rmdir Brief1.html 2017-11-09 00:30:08 dir 2017-11-09 00:41:16 exit End 21511 _________________________________ _________________________________ Begin 02176 Log Summary: 25 Sessions, 0 SFTP, 0 Flagged /home02176o/ |-- File1 |-- File2 |-- File3 |-- info300.net | `-- Resp | |-- Brief1.html | |-- index.html | |-- PacioliStamp.png | |-- Resp.css | `-- Semantics.html |-- Outlines | `-- Brief1 `-- web |-- Brief1.html `-- index.html 4 directories, 11 files File1: The Emu War, also known as the Great Emu War, was a nuisance wildlife management military operation undertaken in Australia over the latter part of 1932 to address public concern over the number of emus said to be running amok in the Campion district of Western Australia. The unsuccessful attempts to curb the population o femus, a large flightless bird indigenous to Australia, employed soldiers armed with Lewis guns -- leading the media to adopt the name "Emu War" when referring to the incident. While a number of the birds were killed, the emu population persisted and continued to cause crop destruction. Following World War I, large numbers of ex-soldiers from Australia, along with a number of British veterans, took up farming within Western Australia, often in marginal areas. With the onset of the Great Depression in 1929, these crop farmers were encouraged to increase their wheat crops, with the government promising -and failing to deliver- assistance in the form of subsidies. In spite of the reccomendeations and the promised subsidies, wheat prices continued to fall, and by October 1932 matters were becoming intense, with the farmers preparing to harvest the seasons crop will simultaneously threatening to refuse to load the wheat. The difficulties facing farmers were increased by the arrival of as many as 20,000 emus. Emus regularly migrate after their breeding season, heading to the coast from the inland regions. With the cleared land and additional water supplies being made available for livestock by the West Australian farmers, the emus found that the cultivated lands were good habitat, and they began to foray into farm territory -- in particular the marginal farming land around Chandler and Walgoolan. The emus consumed and spoiled the crops, as well as leaving large gaps in fences where rabbits could enter and cause further problems. File2: Farmers relayed their concers about the birds ravaging their crops, and a depuation of ex-soldiers were sent to meet with the Minister of Defence, Sir George Pearce. Having servde in World War I, the soldier- settlers were well aware of the effectiveness of machine guns, and they requested their deployment. The minister readily agreed, although with conditions attached: the guns were to be used by military personnel, and troop transport was to be financed by the Western Australian government, and the farmers would provide food, accomodation, and payment for the ammunition. Pearce also supported the deployment on the grounds that the birds would make good target practice, although it has been argued that some in the government may ahve viewed this as a way of being seen to be helping the Western Australian farmers, and towards that end a cinematogpraher from Fox Movietone was enlisted. Military involvment was due to begin in October, 1932. The "war" was conducted under the command of Major G.P.W. Meredith of the Seventh Heavy Battery of the Royal Australian Artillery, with Meredith commanding soldiers Sergeant S. McMurray and Gunner J. O'Hallora, armed with two Lewis guns and 10,000 rounds of ammunition. The operation was delayed, however, by a period of rainfall that caused the emus to scatter over a wider area. The rain ceased by 2 November 1932, at which point the troops were deployed with orders to assist the farmers and, according to a newspaper account, to collect 100 emu skins so that their feathers could be used to make hats for light horsemen. On 2 November the men travelled to Campion, where some 50 emus were sighted. As the birds were out of range of the guns, the local settlers attempted to herd the emus into an ambush, but the birds split into small groups and ran so that they were difficul to target. Nevertheless, while the first fusillade from the machine guns was ineffective due to the range, a second round of gunfire was able to kill "a number" of birds. Later the same day a small flock was encountered, and "perhaps a dozen" birds were killed. File3: The next significant event was on 4 November. Meredith had established an ambush near a local dam, and more than 1,000 emus were spotted heading towards their position. This time gunners waited until the birds were in close proximity before opening fire. The gun jammed after only twelve birds were killed and the remainder scattered before any more could be killed. No more birds were sighted that day. In the days that followed, Meredith chose to move further south where the birds were "reported to be fairly tame", but there was only limited success in spite of his efforts. By the fourth day of the campaign, army observers noted that each pack seemed to have its own leader now -- a big black-plumed bird which stands fully six feet high and keeps watch while his mates carry out their work of destruction and warns them of our apporach. At one stage Meredith even went so far as to mount one of the guns on a truck: a move that proved to be ineffective, as the truck was unable to gain on the birds, and the ride was so rough that the gunner was unable to fire any shots. By 8 Novermber, six days after the first engagement, 2500 rounds of ammunition had been fired. The number of birds killed is uncertainL one account claims just 50 birds, but other accounts range from 200 to 500 -- the latter figure being provided by the settlers. Meredith's official report noted that his men had suffered no casualties. On 8 November, representatives in the Australian House of Representatives discussed the operation. Followig the negative coverage of the events in the local media, that included claims that "only a few" emus had died, Pearce withdrew the military personnel and the guns on 8 November. After the withdrawal, Major Meredith compared the emus to Zulus and commented on the striking maneuverability of the emus, even while badly wounded, stating "If we had a military divison with the bullet-carrying capacity of these birds it would face any army in the world...They can face machine guns with the invulnerability of tanks". Has Outlines Directory Brief1 Contents: Software as a service providers, issues with security especially PCI compliance. I. Overview A. "What is SaaS?" B. History C. SaaS vs. Traditional Licensing II. SaaS Providers A. Microsoft 365 B. Google Apps C. Amazon Web Services D. Slack E. CVent F. Market Share 1. Public Cloud 2. Private Cloud III. SaaS & Security A. Public vs. Private / Overview B. PCI Compliance References 1. "2016 SaaS Industry Market Report: Key Global Trends & Growth Forecasts". Finances Online. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 2. "SaaS leads cloud services market growth in 2017". ZDNet. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 3. "10 Popular Software as a Service (SaaS) Examples". Nerdio. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 4. "What is software as a service (SaaS)?". IBM. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 5. "Champions of Software as a Service: How SaaS is fueling powerful competiti ve advantage". IBM. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 6. "Infographic: Why companies are switching to Everything as a Service". ZDNet. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 7. "Software as a Service". Wikipedia. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 8. "Cloud compliance: How to manage SaaS risk". 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PCI compliance. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 Introduction to SaaS: 2017-11-14 17:40:25 "What is SaaS?" 2017-11-14 17:40:25 Software as a Service (SaaS) is a licensing and delivery model where 2017-11-14 17:40:25 software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. It 2017-11-14 17:40:25 falls under the classification of cloud computing alongside a number of 2017-11-14 17:40:25 other services. It is become an increasingly common delivery model for 2017-11-14 17:40:25 business applications including office, messenging, payroll, database 2017-11-14 17:40:25 and virtualization softwares, among many others (Wiki) . 2017-11-14 17:40:25 History: 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Concept of centralized hosting of business apps dates back to IBM in the 1960s 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Internet expansion in the 1990s brought about App Service Providers, offering 2017-11-14 17:40:25 businesses hosting and specialized business apps at reduced costs, a result of 2017-11-14 17:40:25 specializatoin in particular apps and central administration 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -SaaS expands upon the ASP model, differing in the fact that they generally 2017-11-14 17:40:25 dev and manage their own software, rely upon the Web and browsers, and use a 2017-11-14 17:40:25 multitenant architechture to serve multiple business and users (Wiki)... 2017-11-14 17:40:25 Providers: 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Microsoft 365 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Google Apps 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -SalesForce.com 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Amazon Web Services 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Slack 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Dropbox 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -CVent is a local SaaS provider(Nerd) 2017-11-14 17:40:25 Market Share: 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Public cloud market grew 28.6 percent in the first half of 2017, boasting revenue 2017-11-14 17:40:25 of $63.2bil 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -SaaS holds 68% of the public cloud market share presently, but has the slowest 2017-11-14 17:40:25 year-to-year 2017-11-14 17:40:25 growth rate out of Saas, PaaS, and InfrastructureAAS..(ZDNet - SaaS leads...) 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Some estimates put global public cloud services at an 22% annually compounding 2017-11-14 17:40:25 growth rate as we approach the year 2020. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 -Rise of private cloud: "even as enterperise cloud drives SaaS growth, larger 2017-11-14 17:40:25 companies are directing this growth towards a parallel path: private cloud or 2017-11-14 17:40:25 some hybrid solution...greatest contributing factor being cybersecurity... 2017-11-14 17:40:25 private cloud providers like Microsoft, OpenStack, Apache... performing 2017-11-14 17:40:25 better in the stock market compared 2017-11-14 17:40:25 to the public cloud.. (Finance Online) 2017-11-14 17:40:25 References 2017-11-14 17:40:25 1. "2016 SaaS Industry Market Report: Key Global Trends & Growth Forecasts". 2017-11-14 17:40:25 Finances Online. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2. "SaaS leads cloud services market growth in 2017". ZDNet. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2017-11-14 17:40:25 3. "10 Popular Software as a Service (SaaS) Examples". Nerdio. Web. 13 Nov. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2017. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2017-11-14 17:40:25 4. "What is software as a service (SaaS)?". IBM. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2017-11-14 17:40:25 5. "Champions of Software as a Service: How SaaS is fueling powerful competiti 2017-11-14 17:40:25 ve advantage". IBM. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2017-11-14 17:40:25 6. "Infographic: Why companies are switching to Everything as a Service". 2017-11-14 17:40:25 ZDNet. Web. 13 Nov. 2017. 2017-11-14 17:40:25 2017-11-14 17:40:25 7. "Software as a Service". Wikipedia. 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It treats your computer screen as a window into the file. You move the window around to view different parts of the file. You move the cursor to the location on the screen where you want to make a change; or optionally, you specify some kind of global change. Vi updates your screen to reflect changes that you make in the file. Actually, it works on a copy of the file in memory, and only updates the file on disk when you tell it to, such as when you end the editing session. In every editor, the input device (keyboarad) has two functions, to insert text into the file and give commands to instruct the editor what to do. Every editor has to have some means of keeping these functions separated. Most editors do this by either using special function keys (or a mouse) to give or start commands, or by requiring that the cursor be located on a special command line or area of the screen to give commands. In these types of editors, the keyboard is normally inserted or replacing text; keystrokes are not normally interpreted as commands to the editor. Vi takes a different approach to separating commands from text: modes. Vi has two modes: command and insert. When in command mode, which is where you start out, everything you press, is interpreted as a command to vi. You make to give special commands to switch to insert mode. When in insert mode, typing causes text to be inserted into the file (actually into the copy in the memory, called the buffer). You have to press a special key (ESC) to go back to command mode. File2: The Donkey and The Dog --------------------------------------------------- A washer man had a donkey and a dog. Both the donkey and the dog helped his master in many ways. One night, few theves broke in the house of that washer man. The dog heard them many ways. One night, few thieves broke in the house of that washer man. The dog heard them and strated barking. The washer man got up and so did the neighbors. "What is that? A dog. Let us run," said the thieves. They feared some dangerous consequences. By that time many people gathered in the secret. They tried to run away but they were caught by the people. The washer man said, "I am glad I had his dog in my house. I am sure the thieves would have looted me if my dog had not barked. "The washer man was highly proud of the dog. Everyone too praised the dog. From that day, the donkey started thinking, "The master thinks that the dog is a more useful animal than me." The donkey decided he will show his master, the washer man, that he too could be useful just like the dog. Few days passed. One night, it so happened, two thieves again entered the washer man's house. The thieves became aware of the animals, present in that house. "We should be careful, friend! I have heard that a dog guards this house," one thief said to the other. As the thieve peeped in, they saw the dog sitting just outside the main door, "It seems the dog is quite alert," said one thief. When the washer man heard the donkey bray at this odd hour, he got angry. He came out with a stick and thrashed the donkey. "This will teach him not to bray at night," he screamed. The donkey got all the thrashes in silence. It did not know what was taking place. Just then the dog came to the donkey and said, "it is better to do your duties than try to be like me." The donkey knew that the dog was right. There after both the donkey and the dog remained peceful. File3: Virtualization ---------------------------- Virtualization is technology that lets you create useful IT services using resources that are traditionally bound to hardware. It allows you to use a physical machine's full capacity by distributing its capabilities among many users or environments. While virtualization technology can be sourced back to the 1990s, it wasn't widely adopted until the early 2000s. The technologies that enabled virtualization-like hypervisors-were developed decades ago to give multiple users simultaneous access to computers that performed batch processing. Batch processing was a popular computing style in the business sector that ran routine tasks thousands of times very quickly (like payroll). But, over the next few decades, other solutions to the many users/single machine problem grew in popularity while virtualization didn't. One of those other solutions was time-sharing, which isolated users within operating systems - inadvertently leading to other operating systems like UNIX, which eventually gave way to Linux. All the while, virtually remained a largely unadopted, niche technology. How does Virtualization work? Software called hypervisors separate the physical resources from the virtual environments-the things that need those resources. Hypervisors can sit on top of an operating system (like on a laptop) or be installed directly into hardware (like a server), which is how most enterprises virtualize. Hypervisors take your physical resources and divide them up so that virtual environments can use them. How virtualization works Resources are partitioned as needed from the physical environment to the many virtual environments. Users interact with and run computations within the virtual environment (typically called as a guest machine or virtual machine). The virtual machine functions as a single data file. And like any digital file, it can be moved from one computer to another, opened in either one, and be expected to work the same. Types of Virtualization Server virtualization Servers are computer designed to process a high volume of specific tasks really well so other computer like laptops and desktops can do a variety of other tasks. Operating system virualization It happens at the kernel-the central task managers of operating systems. It's a useful way to run Linux and Windows environments side-by-side. Network function virtualization It separates a network's key functions (like director services, file sharing, and IP configuration) so they can be distributed among environments. Once software functions are independent of the physical machines they once lived on, specific functions can be packaged together into a new network and assigned to an environment. Has Outlines Directory Brief1 Contents: Small-medium Business class DBMS: MySQL/MariaDB, PostgreSQL, SQLServer What is DBMS? Brief History Types of DBMS MySQL/MariaDB PostgreSQL SQLServer Market Uses Outlook on Future Conclusion References: What is database management system (DBMS)? -Definition from WhatIs.com. (n.d). Retrived November 14, 2017, from http://searchsqlserver.techtarget.com/definition/database- management-system The History of Database Management Systems - A Brief Overview.(2017, April 11). Retrived November 14, 2017, from http://www.brighthub.com/internet /web-development/articles/109527.aspx MarieDB 10.0 and MySQL 5.6. (2013, January 14). Retrived November 14, 2017, from https://mariedb.org/mariedb-10-0-and-mysql-5-6/ MySQL.(2017, November 13). Retrived November 14, 2017, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySQL What is SQL Server?-Definition from Techopedia. (n.d.). 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The rock of the border overhangs is tough and not subject to cracks or fissures large enough to permit passage, yet has enough of a tendency to flake and chip near the point that all efforts to establish permanent bridges from this level to either of its neighbors have met with (usually tragic) failure. The vertical height of the level varies, being generally between two and five days travel from lower overhang to upper. This does not take into account the twists of our roads; if it were possible to move directly against gravity, the distance would of course be much shorter. Because it is in general possible to cross the boundaries between levels in only one direction, the general spread of humanity has been downwards, towards (presumably) Sheol. The population seems to be distributed uniformly in the lateral direction (left and right across the level), but to be spreading slowly downward between levels, as if humanity had begun somewhere far, far above (and why else would the levels be numbered, reckoned from up to down). Strong tradition holds that when one level becomes too crowded, the dangerous migration down to the next becomes more common, until the lessening of population due to bordercrossings (successful and unsuccessful) balances the birthrate. As our people are never extremely fecund, this desertion rate need not be high. There is some evidence to support popular tradition's picture of human migration. The villages near the top of the level tend to be the oldest and best established, and the density of population there is higher. One of the favorite and longest-disputed topics among the philosophers of this level is the fate of fallers. Fallers are those persons, or seeming persons, who pass by the level, more or less far out in the abyss, on their way from somewhere above to somewhere below. The popular wisdom states that the fate of fallers is simply to fall, until they reach the levels of Sheol, and are melted to nothingness. This is too simple for many of our wisest, however. They are divided into several schools. One set of schools holds that, somewhere between this level and the deadly nether reaches, there is something that brings the fallers to a halt. The schools disagree in the nature and placement of these obstacles, the purposes of their creators (if any), whether or not the obstacles are such that the fallers are destroyed upon meeting them, and a host of other questions. File2: The abyss is a steep wall, reaching left and right for as long as anyone has ever travelled, up at least ten thousand levels from where I sit, and (in myth) down to the depths of Sheol, where the air burns, and the face of the abyss wall melts and runs perpetually downward, into a molten infinity. Standing on one of the switchbacked roads that men have scratched into the wall, looking out away from the wall, there is just darkness, fallers, and debris. Down and out, an occasional red glow from (one supposes) Sheol appears, but nothing else. Sound from the abyss is (in the absence of passers-by) only an occasional sighing, as of distant winds, or very distant gales. Our scientists have determined that the light we see by, that wells in the day and wanes in the night, comes from the rock of the wall, and the air itself near to the wall. Why it waxes and wanes, and what force can cause the very air to give out with light, they cannot say. Men's houses sit on the wall like the round, dusty hills of the spider's nests, clinging to the houses' walls. Roads are hacked into the rock, winding switchbacked between the houses, through towns, narrow and crumbling in the wilderness. Left to itself, the wall face is irregular, bumpy, with long cracks and clefts, ledges leading to nowhere, chimneys and hollows. The general tendency of each level is to slope inward (toward the wall) at an angle comprising about one twentieth part of a circle from the abyssward direction (the direction of the pull of gravity). At the border between one level and the next, there is an overhang, so that the lowest parts of the upper level thrust outward into the void beyond the upper parts of the lower level, and in fact beyond the lower parts of the lower level, so that although each level slopes wallward, the general tendency of the wall as a whole is to jut abyssward. At least this is what the legend says, and the dim looming greyness we see looking up in the daytime, and the evidence of debris and fallers, supports it. File3: un floated just above the trees -- a beautiful ball of red- orange flame. I worried for a brief moment about the trees catching fire, but a cool breeze brushed against my cheek, assuring me that the trees were in no danger. I grinned thinking of all the superstitions that must have grown up around the sun when it turned that particular shade. But the only thing I could think of was "Red sky at morning, sailor take warning. Red sky at night sailor's delight." My mother had taught me that ditty -- along with the "Thirty days hath September . . . mnemonic device for the months. The two were linked in my memory. Memory. Memory is a funny thing -- contrary might be a better word for it. It will remember every slight ever done you, but won't let you think of the word, name, place, or number that you want right now -- you know what I mean. Maybe it's some kind of deeply hidden genetic memory that keeps driving me to these hills. These hills where my mother grew up; and her mother; and her mother. I really didn't know why I was trudging up this deeply rutted graveled path to see this old cemetery. None of my kin were buried here -- just a bunch of people named Anderson whose only connection to my family was the coincidence of living and dying in the same town. Has Outlines Directory Brief1 Contents: ERP Systems I.Introduction to ERP - What is a ERP -Fucnctional areas of ERP's - Characteristics of an ERP II.Market Overview - Market Share of Major ERP Business's - Information on Major ERP Business's - Description of the market III.SAP the Market Leader - Why are they number one - What do they offer better than the rest - Pricing IV.Trends in new tech and Products - what are the new trends in ERP - what are the customers looking for - Cloud ERP V. Summary Sources: 1.Panorama Consulting Solutions, llc. . (2017, february 16). clash of the titans 2016: sap vs. oracle vs. microsoft dynamics vs. infor. retrieved november 03, 2017, from http://panorama-consulting.com/resource-center/clash-of-the-titans-2016-sap-vs-oracle-vs-microsoft-dynamics/. 2.Searchsap.techtarget.com/definition/SAP 3.Searcherp.techtarget.com/ERP- enterprise-resource-planning 4.bitpipe.com/detial/RES.149254126 671.html 5.Sercherp.techtarget.com/feature/The-top-seven-ERP-trends-for-2017-and-beyondi 2017-10-31: 2017-10-31 17:50:19 passwd 2017-10-31 17:55:12 :q 2017-10-31 17:55:23 vi 2017-10-31 18:03:35 vi file1 2017-10-31 18:37:02 mkdir web 2017-10-31 18:37:11 chmod 701 web 2017-10-31 18:37:25 cd web 2017-10-31 18:39:55 chmod 604 index.html 2017-10-31 18:40:18 chmod 604 2017-10-31 18:40:28 chmod 600 2017-10-31 19:42:22 vi file 1 2017-10-31 19:49:23 vi file1 2017-10-31 19:49:37 vi file 2017-10-31 19:50:00 vi file 1 2017-10-31 19:51:44 mkdr Outline 2017-10-31 19:51:56 mkdir Outline 2017-10-31 19:52:03 cd Outline 2017-10-31 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