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Technology Essays

During this week’s discussion we talked about wireless technology and its application in the work environment. Throughout our weekly discussion, the participants had different and sometimes even opposing point of views. My teammates – Brandi and Sarah had their own unique opinions on the matter. They both come from different...

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The field of information technology has steadily evolved since the early 1980s. Epstein (2011) defines information technology as “the use of computers and software to manage information.” In the business world, the information technology department is responsible for storing, protecting, processing, transmitting, and retrieving digital information (Epstein, 2011). In the...

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One topic that is difficult to teach to students because they may find it boring is budgeting, an essential life skill, but one that is typically only taught and glossed over in Introduction to Business courses, and one that most people do not master as a result. In order to...

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Thanks to the rapid technological advancement of the 21st century, companies are continuously finding new ways to virtualize their businesses. The move from physical operations to computers frequently includes the introduction of cloud storage, or the storage of data in online servers that are often managed by a hosting company....

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Inequality is one of the major issues that to some extent might be causing the increasing cases of discrimination (Little, McGivern, & Kerins, 2016). This might be due to the fact that individuals who are more privileged might deem those that are less privileged as less worthy and therefore discriminate...

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Cellular phone usage has become so vital that its applications are made for every area of our lives. What was once for mere entertainment has blossomed to cover practical as well as frivolous pursuits. The primary attraction of smartphones is access to the Internet (Walton & Donner, 2012) and its...

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The article, “KC-390 enters production phase of development” and “US Marines' LAV SLEP enters production phase” both focus on military inventions. The KC-390 aircraft designed by Embraer and the Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) are products designed for efficiency. The KC-390 ensures that search and rescue...

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Technology is, without a doubt, the talk of the century. The rapid advancements of machinery, crafts, arts, and means of production, a product of human ingenuity, have changed the face of humankind. Things that were mere dreams are now possible thanks to the sheer power of human will. Then, it...

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By looking at the statistics, it appears to me as if the gender gap is rather large in the tech related majors as well as some business majors. There seem to be more males taking these types of majors. Additionally, it seems as if there are more females taking majors...

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RESPONSE TO STUDENT A: Certainly, there are viable alternatives to petroleum, including those mentioned (algae bio-fuel and ‘fracking’). However, some of these solutions come with such devastating consequences, they do more harm than good. ‘Fracking’ (short for fracturing) is the process of breaking up shale, deep within the earth, to...

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I never thought that fasting from technology for twenty-four hours would affect me much. Much like any addict if my technology use was questioned, I would respond, “I can quit anytime.” However, when I fasted from all of my social media accounts for twenty-four hours, I found it to be...

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In her article entitled Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?, Jean Twenge lays out the argument that the use of smartphones and social media amongst teens has led to staggering rates of depression. She claims that the difference from the last generation is not just a matter of a slight increase,...

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Introduction ​Technology has changed the way society communicates with one another, it has advanced in a matter of decades. An ambiguous reality would develop in society as people become more dependent upon technology, which creates an outcry against it, and this reality diminishes intelligence and basic norms of behavior. The...

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As technology becomes more prevalent in the lives of children it was inevitable that it would enter the classroom. When children enter school, they have likely already been exposed to a broad range of technology and have developed a “wide range of related skills” (Mattoon Bates, Shifflet, Latham, & Ennis,...

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The world of marketing is interconnected to many different parts of society. As many marketer knows, one of the chief goals at any given time is to make sure one keeps up with changes going on around him. This is because it is incumbent on any marketer to be responsive...

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Abstract This paper will work to research and examine an actual emergency situation occurring within the last eight years that required interaction among the local, state, and national levels. The research and examination will be written from the position of a local emergency management employee assigned to draft a report...

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Currently, we have already exceeded our planet’s ability to produce cheap and easily accessible oil. In fact, “Worldwide discovery of oil peaked in 1964 and has followed a steady decline since. According to industry consultants HIS Energy, 90% of all known reserves are now in production, suggesting that few major...

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Patient falls are still the most common adverse event taking place in the long-term care facilities and acute care hospitals that sometimes result in injuring and even mortality. Every year on average 800.000 patients fall in the hospital (CDC, 2011). A fall may result in lacerations, fractures or internal bleeding,...

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New teachers are not always able to apply higher levels of thinking to the lesson plans that they design and teach, though there are ways that they are able to work to change these practices. Bloom's taxonomy of learning, developed in 1956, is comprised of three different types, or domains,...

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Before the invention of the modern refrigerator, iceboxes were used. Before those, people who wanted to preserve their food did so with spices, salt, and methods of drying. As time goes on, humanity gets better and better at making sure that an essential life source does not rot before its...

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The Commercial Revolution was a prolonged period of global expansion that brought immense wealth to many of the nations of Europe. It helped to establish economic inequality among the nations during that time, setting the stage for an international norm where “first world” and “third world” countries could exist in...

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In the modern healthcare world, technology offers a vital service to ensure patient safety. However, the proper development of this technology requires input from both the information technology (IT) industry and from healthcare providers. As the largest segment of these providers, nurses can offer tremendous information on this technology. An...

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Windows 8 Windows 8 is an operating system is very cheap and offers great improvements in existing capabilities and performance. This operating system is very exciting as it comes with very many relevant applications that are displayed on the first interface. Windows 8 has an incredible booting speed which is...

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The criminal justice world is like many others, and what this means for employees is that new technology will play a major role moving forward. Systems evolve, and police departments across the country have been a testament to this fact. Over the past ten years even, local police departments and...

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The research survey was carefully designed to not only understand students" views on cellphone use in academic environment but also students" usage patterns and the effects of cellphone on their daily lives. It is apparent from the survey responses that cellphone are a commodity in the same way, TVs used...

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