I. Type of computers
a. Cell Phones
b. PDA
c. PC
d. Mini
e. Main Frame
f. Super Computer
    1. IBM supercomputer name
g. Parallel Processing
h. Multiprocessor
II. database
a. field - attribute - validation rule main unit of database
1. Memo
2. Text
3. Lookup
4. Number
5. Boolean - yes/no
6. Date/Time
7. OLE
8. attachment
9. Number
10. Currency
b. Record - tuple
c. Table
d. Relational Database Management System
    1) one to many   
    2) one to one
    3) many to many
    4) referential integrity
    5) cascade update
    6) cascade delete
e. Form
f. Report
    1) report header
    2) page header
    3) report footer
    4) report footer
    5) group header - up to ten
    6) group footer - up to ten
    7) detail
g. Queries
    1) dynamic date sheet
    2) SQL
        a) select
        b) from
        c) where 
h. Field format- picture of what data is suppose to look like.
i. Field validation rules
j. Normalization - data redundancy - repeating groups
k. Primary Key - unique, 1st index, not null

III. File formats
b. BMP


IV. People
a. Howard Alken

V.  Web

Packet sniffer is a computer program that monitor data as it travels over networks.
HTTP - Hyper text transfer program
HTML - Hyper text markup language
SSL - secure sockets layer) encrypts the data that travels between a clinet computer and an HTTP server.

Internet Backbone - network of high capacity communications links that provided the main routes for data traffic.
Dial up access is the least expensive and slowest.
ISP - internet service proveider
Domain Names must have an IP address
Domain Names are stored on a number of computers.
WiFi - wireless access to the internet.
Wimax will make enhancements of wifi unnecessary.
Grid Computing - network of diverse computers in which each computer contributes processing resources to solving a single problem.

Server side scripting executes on the server. Active Server Pages ASP or PHP
Client side scripting executes on the client. Java
Cookies is a small chunk of data generated by a web server and allow a we site to store information on the client computer for later retrieval.
Broken link is link whose source has changed.
CGI (common gateway interface) is a set of specifications or standards for how servers can handle a variety of HTTP requests.
 XFORMS -provide an alternative to html form and offer more flexibility that html forms and interface with xml documents.

a.HTTP - hyper text transfer protocol
    1) Socket is abstract concept that represents one end of a connection.
    2) http allows only one request and response per session.
    3) Port 80-HTTP traffic, Port 25-SMTP, Port 21 -FTP
    4) logical port is designated by software.
    5) some web server software allows access to mulitiple IPs at the same time.
    6) Cookie is a small chunk of data generated by web server.
    7) cookie is only accessible by the web site that created it , does not get data from your computer and does not user your name for identification but assigns a random number. Unwanted cookies can be deleted.
b. HTTP editors
    1) any ascii editor - note pad
    2) word processor save as web page
    3) web authoring software - FrontPage, Dreamweaver,

c. FTP - file transfer protocol - bypasses operating systems or file management systems and allows remote users to change file names and delete files.
d. HTML- hypertext Markup Language
    1. Tags <> case insensitive - some like uppercase for opening and lower case for closing tags.
    2. <html></html>
    3. <img src="?">  graphic hyperlink GIF,PNG,JPEG, BMP  keep them small
e. SSL - secure sockets layer- encrypts data
f. TLS - transport layer security - encrypts data
g. S-HTTP - simply encrypts the text of an http message before it is sent.

Digital Graphics:

BMP supports true color -non compressed takes most storage space.
PCX - 8 bit (256 colors) auto compression.
JPEG - Joint Photographic Experts Group has built in compression
GIF- Graphics Interchange Format - can be displayed in multiple formats - 256 colors
PNG- Portable network graphic -48 bit true color- trillions of colors
TIFF - Tag Image File Format - scanners and digital camera

    4) <body> contain the page
    5) <H1> to<h6> are heading tags
    6) Style sheet (template) contains controls for the layout and design of page
    7) Table very useful for position data on web page.
    8) Frame - like a picture frame for holding and displaying multiple web pages.
e. Hyperlinks
    1) Internal - same page require target
    2) External - page outside of web site
    3) interpage - same site different page
    4) Mailto: e-mail hyperlink.
    5) Broken link - link that does not work
f. Helper application extends a browser ability to work with file formats.
    1. Plug in are a type of helper application. <embed src="sample.swf">
g. DHTML - dynamic HTML - allows web page appearance to change independent of server.
h. XML - extensible markup language - structured data into a text field. Uses tags to define fields of data.
i. XSL - extensible style sheet language crate customized tags that control the display of the data in a xml document. 
j/ XHTML - authors can add new tags to those that already exist.

VI. Misc
a. RFP - request for proposal
b. RFQ - request for quotation.
c. System Development
    1. Planning
    2. Analysis
    3. Design
    4. Implementation
    5. Maintenance


Undo - go back to the previous status - delete previous actions
Redo - go back and redo an action.
Charles Babbage's
Atanasoff-berry computer - first to use vacuum tubes. Germany 1940 - Hitler so no practical use for it.
Colossus - used to decode German enigma. 1943
Eniac use to calculate trajectory tables for the US army. 1945 Vacuum Tubes
UNIVAC first commercial computer 1951 Vacuum tubes

Life cycle of typical hardware:
a. Product development
b. Product Announcement
c. Introduction - roll out of product
d. Maintenance
e. Retirement

Information Systems:

1. Information's system collects, stores, and processes data to provide useable information.
2. Organization is group of people working together to accomplish a goal.
3. Mission statement describes goals, method of accomplishing the goal.
4. Organizational chart depicts the hierarchy of employees in a typical organization.
5. Worker carry out the mission
6. Managers determine goals and plans to achieve goals.
7. Strategic planning is long-range - high level  managers
8. tactical planning - midlevel managers.
9. operational planning - low level managers
10. structured problem - everyday, run of the mill routine
11. semi structured problem - less routine
12. unstructured problem requires human intuition to solve
13. internal information generated within organization
14. external information generate outside the organization.

VAR - Value Added Reseller
Expert systems is a computer system designed to analyze data and produce a recommendation. -knowledge based

Business practices Glossary  
BPR business process reengineering
CRM Customer relationship management
EAI Enterprise Application Integration
EDI Electronic Data Interchange
ERP Enterprise Resource Planning
jit Just in time
MRP Manufacturing Resourse Planning
TQM Total Quality Management

15. Management Information system type of information system that users the data collected bya transaction processing system.
16. Summary report combines groups of data with totals often
17. Exception report contain information that is outside of normal or acceptable ranges.
18. Scheduled reports follow a fixed format and time line.
19. ad hoc report customized report generated to supply specific information not available in scheduled reports.
20. TPS records data
21. Decision support system make decisions by directly manipulating data.
22. decision model is a numerical representation of a realistic situation.
23. Expert system is a computer system designed to analyze data and produce a recommendation. Knowledge based system.
24. fuzzy logic allows a expert system to deal with imprecise data.
25. Neural network simulate the way a brain might process data.


Spread Sheet -
Work book is 255 columns (A to IV)  by 65,356 rows by 255 sheets
Cell is referenced by Column and Row- PageDown, PageUp, Alt-PageUP, Alt-PageDown, Ctrl-Home, F5
AutoFill -
Chart Wizard
    Ask you to select chart type
    Ask you to select data to be graphed
    Ask you to input main title
    Ask you to input x axis title
    Ask you to input y axis title
    Ask you to select legend
    Can select to display grids both vertical and horizontal
    tic mark in graph represent data intervals
Pointer (mouse) is a plus sign that is white and fat
Pointer (mouse) for auto fill is a plus sign that is black and thin
Formulas and functions all begin with a =
There are numerous functions in excel and they can be nested inside of each other.
The arguments to the functions are generally cell ranges.
Borders Tab/Toolbar
   Line Style
   Border Style

Fill Effects
Back Ground Image - single sheet, all sheets
Relative Relationship Copy
Absolute Reference Copy- F4
Mixed Reference Copy
Range of cell in formula or function =SUM(A5:C5, D12, E1:E20)
Alignment Default Value
Save As allow us to rename a work book
It is important to consider the size of your power point presentation when saving to a floppy disk.

Presentation Graphics

Slide Sorter View
Normal View
Slide Show


|    NotePages
    Pure Black and White
Presentation can be modified in outline pane or slide pane
Bulleted list
Number list
Promote by decrease indent

Slide rules - used through the 60's by students in science.