Archive for April, 2009

23
Apr

SharePoint

Posted By admin in IT

Introduction
In the new trend of computer technology, most of people are using computers to store their data. Most of the organizations use computers to store their information. That’s why document management is now so popular using in the organization. Document management controls the life cycle of documents in the organization. It is a system that used to track and store electronic documents. We can see how they are created, reviewed, published, and consumed, and the usage of the documents. An effective document management system should fit with the organization culture. The document management system should be flexible and allowing the organization to control document’s life cycles.

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21
Apr

Google AdSense: Breaking News

Posted By admin in E-Business, Google AdSense, IT, PTC, SOHO, The Internet, Work From Home

Expandable Advertisements (Mar. 2009):
– Expandable ad is a new type of ad that can appear on the pages.
– Expandable ads are rich media ads that can expand beyond the original size of the ad unit, following a user-initiated action. This creates more real estate for the ad, allowing for more interaction from interested users. For instance, expandable ads may stream a movie trailer, show video game clips, or display various views of an item for sale.
– Expandable ads will be served as third-party ads and will be created by Google-certified rich media vendors for the top display advertisers in our network. And like other Google ads, you’ll earn based on whether the expandable ads on your site are priced on a cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-impression (CPM) basis. Keep in mind that you’ll generate earnings from CPC expandable ads when a user visits the advertiser’s landing page, and not when a user simply clicks to expand the ad.

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21
Apr

What Is Google AdSense?

Posted By admin in E-Business, Google AdSense, IT, PTC, SOHO, The Internet, Work From Home

“We have this amazing product called AdSense for content, where we’re monetizing the Web.” by Google CEO Eric Schmidt.

What Is Google AdSense?
– AdSense is an online advertising application developed by Google.
– Website owners can enroll in this program to enable text, image, and more recently, video advertisements on their websites.
– These advertisements are administered by Google and generate revenue on either a per-click or per-impression basis.
– Services: AdSense for Content, AdSense for feeds, AdSense for search, AdSense for mobile content, AdSense for domains, etc.

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12
Apr

After-Sale Service Database Management Systems

Posted By admin in Database Management System

There are four typical types of after-sale service database management systems. The first type of after-sale service database management system is Relational Database Management System. Relational Database Management System always uses simple database systems, such as Microsoft Access, to handle after-sale service information. In addition, Relational Database Management System is also the most common after-sale service database management system. The second type of after-sale service database management system is Network Database Management System. Network Database Management System is always a specific system which was designed by other companies. For example, Taichung Machine, the most famous machine tool company in Taiwan, adopted the BOM system, and this system is a kind of Network Database Management System. Furthermore, Ultro Technology designed the BOM system, and this system is only used in the field of machine tools. However, Network Database Management System is usually so expensive that only big companies adopt it. The third type of after-sale service database management system is Hierarchical Database Management System. This kind of system does not need powerful programs, and it is economical. Because Hierarchical Database Management System is hard for management to handle a great amount of information, this system is only used by small enterprises. The last type of after-sale service database management system is Object-Oriented Database Management System. This system is a very complicated system which combines all the other types of after-sale service database management system. Because Object-Oriented Database Management System has just been developed for five years, only few companies adopted this kind of system.


12
Apr

MMORPG

Posted By admin in MMORPG

Nowadays, electronic commerce has grown flourishingly on the Internet. At the same time, the market of online games also increases dramatically. Online games successfully simulate virtual societies on the Internet and link up with fun of adventure, communication, trade, etc. Each player can play a role in a story and explore an imaginary world which can be romantic, fantastic, or even violent. Online games become so popular that not only attract teenagers but also office workers. Online games have already become an important business all over the world.

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12
Apr

Three Steps of A Successful Marketing In Electronic Commerce

Posted By admin in E-Business, IT

Three Steps of A Successful Marketing In Electronic Commerce

Nowadays, electronic commerce is more and more necessary for a modern enterprise. These businesses have millions of colorful homepages which may be found in search engines. Still, only 30% of these enterprises have good results because of their marketing strategies. To increase their success, such companies should be aware of the market environment and the characteristics of electronic commerce. Next, enterprises should build special and distinctive web pages on the Internet. Afterwards, a well-planned strategy on products is also necessary. These three steps are the keys to a successful marketing in electronic commerce.

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12
Apr

Fantasy Sport-Part I

Posted By admin in Fantasy Baseball, MLB


By Vincent

INTRODUCTION
Fantasy sports started in baseball in 1980, with fantasy players compiling statistics from sources such as The Sporting News (Isidore, 2003). The Internet era and computerized statistical data fueled the explosive growth of fantasy baseball according to Gregg Klayman, the Director of Fantasy and Interactive Games for MLB.com (Lachimia, 2003). Beginning from baseball, football now is the most popular fantasy sports. According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (2001), a representative organization of the industry, it is estimated that more than 15 million Americans, or 7.2% of the adult population, participated in fantasy football in 2002. That figure was an increase from 4 million in 1994 (Flood, 2004). Washington, D.C.-based Ipsos Public Affairs surveyed more than 2,000 U.S. residents in August, 2003, and asked them about their fantasy sports playing habits (Adams, 2000b). Eleven percent of males and four percent of females in the survey reported they had played in at least one fantasy sports league in the past year. Nearly two-thirds of those players were ages 18-39. Table 1 illustrates the favorite fantasy leagues of those players (Adams, 2003b).

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12
Apr

MythBusters

Posted By admin in Entertainment

One of the Documentary programs: “MythBusters”

Can the unaided human voice shatter glass? People are doubt, but “MythBusters” will use their skill and expertise to show that it is true or not true. The hour-long “MythBusters” is one of the most success American science television programs on the “Discovery Channel.” One reason for this success is the abundant program contents of “MythBusters.” Also, “MythBusters” has succeeded because of the hosts, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, whose experiments and humor contribute to this program’s performance, is the final view. These two factors are the main keys to the success of “MythBusters.”

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12
Apr

Practical Issue: The Online Order System for Starbucks Coffee-Part VI

Posted By admin in E-Business, IT, The Internet

CHAPTER 7 CONCLUSION

7.1 Monitoring and Continuous Improvement

Document Analysis for Starbucks:
The purpose of Green Tea’s project is to satisfy Starbucks needs in reaching a wider audience through changing the ways Starbucks put their product on the market. These gives customers a better Starbucks experience which in return raises their customer’s level of satisfaction – a desirable goal for any organization seeking to succeed. Through the Internet support, customers will be able to buy coffee of their choice at the comfort of their home or office or simply by getting their coffee without waiting in line, especially during rushing hours. To make that happen, we are doing our document gathering by focusing on the documentation analysis technique. This step allowed us to have an overview of the Starbucks page layout and recommend changes where necessary.

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12
Apr

Practical Issue: The Online Order System for Starbucks Coffee-Part V

Posted By admin in E-Business, IT, The Internet

CHAPTER 6: PROJECT AND STRUCTURAL MODELING

6.1 Activity Diagram

Since the primary process for Starbucks online service is the online order system, it is important to demonstrate the relationships between the objects in the system. The flow starts with getting order information. If the order comes from new customers, the system creates new customer accounts. There are two ways to make order payment. Customers could choose either pay online with credit cards or pay cash. The final procedure is to choose delivery methods. Two delivery methods, delivery and pickup are available for customers.

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