When a project is at its initial planning stages, it is important that the communication between the customer and the IT system’s creator is maintained to ensure that the project is what the customer wants and needs, that the project meets the customer’s requirements and at the same time a list of requirements is drawn up for the customer to confirm, In doing so it ensures that the customer and client have a consistent idea of what the project will do/how it will function. In doing so, errors are less likely to snowball and problems are identified before they are… Continue reading Why Establishing Proper IT Development is Important for the End User
The IT of an organisation can also depend on the scale of its operations. Traditionally licences for software are based on the number of staff using the systems, even small organisations can have 50 (or more) staff members and still be classed as a small organisation. Generally, smaller organisations will have an informal structure and confined to a single site. Whereas Medium organisations may have a more formal procedure which adopts policies and organisational structure to ensure that systems are maintained and compliance is met where necessary. A large scale organisation may have IT as one of the core responsibilities of the… Continue reading Management in the Scale of Organisations
The Needs of An Organisation Most organisations have similar information needs, such as retaining a stock quantity, a short description of the product etc. Therefore many organisations can utilise off the shelf systems, examples of these systems could include; Supermarket Checkout Software, Timekeeping and check in software for managing staff hours, Task Management. Communication Software. A lot of businesses; for example in the telecommunications industry, will most likely use Asterisk for managing and delegating calls to staff around the organisation. Similarly, any company that has a website will most likely have Apache or Nginx to host their website, these are… Continue reading Information Needs in Organisations
Businesses work on a complex demand and supply based method of producing products and services. Supply is the quantity of a good or service that a producer is offering to supply into the market Demand is the quantity that the customers are willing to buy at a given price over a given period of time External factors, such as income or environmental or ethical change may mean that a product is no longer viable, smoking for example is no longer as profitable as it was as people no longer smoke as much as they used to. Influences may be out… Continue reading Influences for Supply and Demand
Defined obsolescence has gotten a hold of me again, I will have to purchase a new phone, as my old one is about to expire! I have had my phone for about 2 Years, I recieved it in the summer and It was fairly new at the time, being released in August 2014, My little HTC Desire 610 has been through a lot. It’s had 2 screen protectors, 2 cases and been across 3 networks. Now that It is aged, I have since rooted it and install android Lollipop it has had a new breath of life, However It’s quite… Continue reading How Long Will my Phone Battery Last Before it Dies?
If a malicious individual were to steal your android or iPhone, plug in a device to emulate a keyboard and have it test every single pass code possible, it would take a while, using the following tutorial, you can calculate the time It would take to do so. Firstly, you need to grab Python 3.4.3, or you can probably use the version you have installed. Next we need to create the code. Firstly we need to import datetime to convert the guesses into time it would have taken, we also need to write down… Continue reading Simulating a phone combination brute force