Mise-En-Scene Subject Matter And Style

Mise-En-Scene Subject Matter And Style

What is Mise-en-scène? Mise-en-scène is more than just a film’s formal visual and aural elements such as setting, performance, cinematography, lighting, colour, editing and sound. ‘Its domain’ as the French film analyst André S. Labarthe wrote is, ‘is what is “beyond the subject” of a film -- i.e. how that subject is rendered or treated by way of the film's form or style. (Martin, 2004) More info →
Unit 1 Business Environment Lecture Note One

Unit 1 Business Environment Lecture Note One

AIM The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of different organisations, the influence of stakeholders and the relationship between businesses and the local, national and global environments. UNIT ABSTRACT Organisations have a variety of LEARNING OUTCOME On successful completion of this lecture a learner will: LO.1:Understand the organisational purposes of Business UNIT LESSON PLAN–This is crucially following the actual unit contents, otherwise known as Assessment Criteria (AC). This lecture will attempt to show the learner how to More info →
Unit 1 Business Environment Lecture Note Seven

Unit 1 Business Environment Lecture Note Seven

AIM The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of different organisations, the influence of stakeholders and the relationship between businesses and the local, national and global environments. UNIT ABSTRACT Organisations have a variety of LEARNING OUTCOME On successful completion of this lecture a learner will: LO.2:Understand the nature of the national environment in which businesses operates UNIT LESSON PLAN–This is crucially following the actual unit contents, otherwise known as Assessment Criteria (AC). This lecture will attempt to show the learner how to More info →
Market Strategy For New Solutions At Getronics

Market Strategy For New Solutions At Getronics

Introduction “Thanks, Dave,” Bev Burgess, Managing Director of The Capsicum Group, said as she adjusted the volume on her headset. “I appreciate the opportunity. We should be able to get started by early next week. I’ll give your Secretary a call to set up our Kick-Off meeting. Bye…” Burgess hung up the phone, and looked down at the proposal that Dave Baldwin, the Managing Director of Getronics UK, had just accepted. She had known Dave for a number of years and had worked with him on the same management team at another £500M company in its IT Services Business group. Since this was a sole-source opportunity for her, she suspected the fact that they had worked on a number of successful projects in the past was the reason that he had approved the proposal so quickly, and with so few details around the scope of the engagement and the Work Plan. In Burgess’ mind, this proposal seemed like something that she and her team could do without a great deal of difficulty. With 25+ years of experience as a professional marketer, she was confident there was nothing in it that would throw the engagement off of the tracks. Still, there were a number of different directions that she could take the project. The assignment was relatively straight-forward — she was being asked to develop a go-to-market plan for a new set of solutions offerings that Getronics UK wanted to roll out that dealt with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). The solutions had already been developed and implemented for a London based client, and now was “on the shelf” to be re-used, so to speak. The next step for her and her counterparts inside of Getronics was to put together a plan to get it into the market. More info →
Wireless Security Preventive Methods

Wireless Security Preventive Methods

Executive Summary Wireless network is used for network connectivity between two or more devices by using radio frequency or in air. Basically it includes wired infrastructure, client systems and access point. The network does not rely on pre built infrastructure so this network can be consider as ad hoc. These are self configuring and dynamic networks. The nodes can be move anywhere and anytime. Some hardware devices such as routers, hubs, firewalls are used to forward the data. Introduction Wireless network is the system in which the networking is done with wireless data connection. Radio waves are used to connect the network to computing devices. Costly process of cables is avoided by using this method. The implementation of the radio cableis placed at OSI model’s physical layer. The wireless network includes mobile phones, wireless sensor networks, satellite communication method, wireless local area networks etc. Also the security is also provides to these wireless network medias. This security is called wireless security. This is used to prevent unauthorized access to wireless computer networks.WEP is the security that is used commonly. The password that is used by WEP can be easily hacked. Some systems have pre-installed security wireless cards. Wireless security is created to provide the proper security to wireless network. More info →
Eddie Bauer Hacked By POS Malware

Eddie Bauer Hacked By POS Malware

Eddie Bauer hacked by POS Malware Introduction Eddie Bauer is based in Bellevue, Wash that was recently affected by security breach. It is an outdoor apparel retailer that informed its customers that its retail store system was affected by point of sale malware that will take around six months in order to recover the data. There are around 360 stores that are affected by this malware and all these stores in Canada and United States but it prevented its 40 stores in Japan, Germany and Southeast Asia from this malware. Data breach incidents are so common now days thus this report will elaborate some important facts regarding the selected incident. More info →
BUSINESS REPORT

BUSINESS REPORT

INTRODUCTION Marketing is key aspect of organizational process of achieving the objectives and influencing the decision of target customers. The report will provide the information about the features of products and services of Amul and review its marketing and pricing strategy according to organizational objectives. Moreover, report will develop the marketing mix plan for Amul and identify the consumer priorities as well the impact of external environmental factors on the marketing activities of Amul. 2. Introduction, objective and strategies of Amul Amul is an Indian dairy cooperative, based at Anand in Gujarat, India. It was formed in 1946 and also managed by Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (GCMMF). Today it is jointly owned by 3.6 million milk producers in India. Amul is responsible for India’s white revolution and has made the country one of the largest producers of milk and milk products. Amul deals in variety of milk products cheese, yoghurt, flavoured milk etc. Being the largest producer of milk, its main aim is to incite the white revolution in the country so that India can become one of the largest producers of the milk in the world. Its objective has also led to reduction in the malpractices carried out by milk traders and merchants. When it comes to marketing strategy of Amul, it motivates its workforce to produce the food while maintaining the quality of the product so as to sustain in the market as a leader. Also it aims to produce the product with more innovations and eco-friendly operations so that it can satisfy the customers, farmers as well as distributors. Producing the product as per the quality standards will help the organisation to become the largest producer. More info →
AMUN-RA NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES

AMUN-RA NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES

Metropolitan Area Network: it is limited to coverage of a city. It offers secure communication and multipoint control in network to deal with failures but the bandwidth is shared among users. So that performance issues may appear when most of users are online (Ciccarelli.et.al.2012). TOPOLOGY A topology defines the structure of devices in network so that desired functionality and features can be obtained. Major network structures are: More info →
Computer Aided Education

Computer Aided Education

This document aims to conduct research on the computer aided education that has become one of the prevalent practices these days. The role of computer in education is very important as it has gained much popularity than traditional methods. Education is the complex process that is to be handled by the education providers very efficiently. Therefore, this paper is the accumulation of the research that will be helpful in understanding the importance of the computer technology in education with the understanding of the issues that are associated with the technology. This research consists of some issues related with students learning modules and lack of computer knowledge among teachers. These paper will provide appropriate knowledge of the solutions that can be helpful in the mitigation of the issues in computer aided education. These solutions will be researched efficiently so that they can be comprehended progressively. This paper will provide complete understanding of the technology in this era with their benefits, issues and resolutions and there will be the including of impact of the computer aided education in several fields and mainly how this is impacting the traditional method. Therefore, these are some of the main providing’s of the paper that will be helpful in attaining the efficient knowledge of computer aided education. More info →
A study In United Kingdom

A study In United Kingdom

1.0. Introduction 1.1. Research aim and rationale Tourism is one of the crucial prospective to contribute towards the development of a country. Identifying this potential is one of the main intents for countries to strengthen tourism (Robinson, 1993). Massive rapid environmental, global and political changes happened in the world over the past few decades and appeared to be fundamentallyand revolutionary effected upon tourism. However, aparticular factor having the possibility to transform or revolutionize the nature of tourism significantly is the ideaof sustainable development(Newsome et al., 2012). The attractiveness of the United Kingdom’s tourism industry is carefullyconnected to its sustainability because the eminence of tourist points is greatly influenced by their natural and cultural environment as well as their incorporation into the local community(Font et al., 2014).Managing Long term sustainability necessitates a stabilityamong sustainability in economic, socio-cultural and environmental factors(Woo et al., 2015). More info →
Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

Abstract In the 21st century, the world has transformed a lot and so are the virtual software, tools and techniques. An emerging trend for cloud computing has been observed all over. To remain competitive, companies preferably depend more on this technology. Despite the benefits of cloud computing it also led to exposure to certain risks which are not only related to the physical machines but also the virtual risks and threats. This research work focuses on exploring the possible risks and security issues related to this technology and how they can be managed and eliminated. The information regarding cloud computing was collected by applying primary data collection method, through an open-ended questionnaire. There were total 6 questions in the questionnaire; first two questions were general, about the business of the respondents. While, the next four questions were related the different risks or issues they might have faced in adaptation of cloud computing and how they overcome them. The findings and analysis of this research work highlights different risks, problems, issues and complexities faced by businesses in adopting cloud computing and the measures taken by them to overcome such issues. More info →