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  • This lecture argues that through inclusive finance, companies can make money and help solve the global problem of poverty. By inclusive finance we mean opening access to high-quality financial services to everyone who needs them, especially low-income and previously excluded people. We also discuss how microfinance—until recently a small, close-knit community of institutions offering microloans—is evolving into an essential part of global financial systems and engaging with new private-sector players.

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  • In India, around 93 tobacco varieties were released and three cultivars identified for commercial cultivation in 10 types of tobacco grown under various agro climatic regions. In order to make this information available to researchers, farmers and students, an online expert system on tobacco varieties was developed using Agridaksh tool designed for creation of knowledge base of all crops at a single platform for global accessing. The information on tobacco varieties provided by the domain experts of tobacco crop was used in constructing the knowledge model.

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  • This paper presents eLearning as a solution for strengthening human resources for health as well as organizational capacity of regional and local nongovernmental organizations in developing countries. Building the knowledge base and increasing opportunities for continuous learning are crucial ways to strengthen the workforce and health systems in developing countries. In this paper, the authors describe the success of the Global Health eLearning (GHeL) Center and share findings from its multi-phased evaluation.

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  • As a result of the increased availability of spatial information in watershed modeling, several easy to use and widely accessible spatial datasets have been developed. Yet, it is not easy to decide which source of data is better and how data from different sources affect model outcomes.

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • This chapter discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services;

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  • After you read chapter 8 you should be able to: Discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services; differentiate among types of networks: LANs, MANs, and WANs;...

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  • After you read chapter 8 you should be able to: Discuss the purpose of the components required for successful communications; describe these uses of computer communications: wireless messaging services, wireless Internet access points, cybercafés, global positioning systems, collaboration, groupware, voice mail, and Web services; differentiate among types of networks: LANs, MANs, and WANs;...

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  • Raw materials used in the production of biobased products are produced in agriculture, forestry and microbial systems. The content of the material undergoes treatment and processing inarefinerytoconvert it,similartothepetroleum.Whilepetroleum isobtainedby extraction, biomass already exists as a product (Kamm & Kamm, 2004) that can then be modifiedwithin the actual process, to optimally adapt the results so as to obtain particular targetproduct(s).

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  • As you learned above, probably the most important function of computers is their ability to store large amounts of data. The World Wide Web is probably the largest source of information and is available to anyone in the world with a computer and Internet connection. By the end of 2006, there were well over 120 million users connected to some 7 million websites. However, a good portion of information stored on computers is sensitive and critical, and if lost or accessed by the wrong person, could potentially create tremendous personal anxiety and global problems.

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  • In contrast to the consequences of change that are equally covering strategy, processes, leadership, company culture, and information systems (Kelly, 1998), most of the triggers and enablers of change can be located in IT (Evans, Wurster, 1999).

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  • In the latest years much research effort was devoted to envision a new paradigm for wireless transmission. Results from recent works (Wireless Word Research Forum, 2005) indicate that a possible solution would lie in utilizing in a more efficient manner the diverse Radio Access Technologies1 (RATs) that are available nowadays, with the purpose of enabling interoperability among them and convergence into one global telecom infrastructure (beyond 3G).

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  • Consider that network and application firewalls, network and host Intrusion Detection/Preven- tion (IDS/IPS), access controls, sniffers, and Unified Threat Management systems (UTM)—all log security events that must be monitored. Every switch, router, load balancer, operating system, server, badge reader, custom or legacy application, and many other IT systems across the enter- prise, produce logs of security events, along with every new system to follow (such as virtual- ization). Most have their own log expression formats.

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