How Does Enterprise Computing Support Business Organizations?

Nowadays Information technology has a rapid growth. Almost every day there are new ideas to improve the performance of technology. It cannot be denied that people who lives today unconsciously depends on technology. Each task did by the people gets many help from technology. For an instance, a hand phone that help us to communicate with our colleagues, the internet that serve certain time information for us and many more technology which made our daily activity become easier. At least we can follow the technology progress so that we don’t left behind.

Technology has an important role both in our lives and business.

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Usage and Privacy Concerns of Ubiquitous Connections in Retail Industry

It has become essential for organizations across the world to deploy the latest technology and information systems to understand customers and answer real business problems whilst delivering the best service to their customers. As economies are moving towards a more digitalized ecosystem, the value of data has grown exponentially. Businesses acquire data from a number of sources such as social media sites, online polls, cookies, etc., to assess online activities, find new ways to target customers and monetize the data. Such data often includes personal and sensitive personal information, which if compromised or misused can cause immense harm and thereby a threat to privacy.… Read the rest

Algorithmic Decision Making – Usage Algorithms in Decision Making

Algorithms play a significant role in our day-to-day lives. However, what is an “algorithm”? there is a definition of algorithm: a set of steps to accomplish a task. We live in an algorithmic culture, where algorithms are ubiquitous, pervasive and unnoticed. For example, algorithm can help people predicts the spend time from home to school, and then manage the time. And algorithms determine computer operation, stock prices, espionage tactics, social networks, even the movies you watch, it shapes human society in everywhere.

The human society ran by algorithms, it helps people to make daily decision and solve problem. Algorithmic culture is a historical process that is used to organize human culture by means of computational process.… Read the rest

Advertising in the Ubiquitous Age

Ubiquitous computing, which is also referred to as pervasive computing, is about the notion that as a result of continuous advances in engineering, information technology, communications, integrated circuit chip technologies and sensors etc. computer technology devices will become smaller, cheaper, more capable and better able to weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life until they become indistinguishable from it. It was Mark Weiser, chief scientist of Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Centre, who first presented the concept of ubiquitous computing, the third wave in computing and predicted that technology will recede into the background of our lives as computers evolve into quite, invisible servants that will help people to calmly do all kinds of tasks in a manner that will prevent them from becoming overloaded by interactions with computing.… Read the rest

Limitations of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems

In today’s increasingly competitive world where the world is converging into a single market place, organizations are looking for ways to become globally competitive. Companies must be able to meet customer requirements in the shortest possible time faster than competition and this requires extensive production planning and close coordination between the company and it’s suppliers and customers. MRP (Materials Requirement Planning) was one of the most widely used systems for production planning but it’s main focus was only on managing the production requirements in an organization. MRP systems helped in time phase release of production orders and aggregating planning for material requirements.… Read the rest

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation

Introduction

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is the process of integrating all the business functions and processes in an organization to achieve numerous benefits. First, a single point of data entry helps to reduce data redundancy while saving employee’s time in entering data, thereby reducing labor and overhead costs. Second, the centralization of information, decision-making, and control leads to increases in efficiencies of operations and productivity, as well as coordination between departments, divisions, regions, and even countries. This is especially true for multinational corporations (MNC), in which global integration could result in better communications and coordination around the world. The global sourcing and distribution of parts and services could also provide appropriate benchmarks for operations around the world. … Read the rest