Trends in Data Driven Law Enforcement

Trends in Data-Driven Law Enforcement Law enforcement continues to undergo evolution each wake. Technological advancements demand that policing is always up to the current societal standards. New technological gadgets are always expensive when they get introduced to the market. Law enforcement agencies have to spend considerable sums each time there is a new gadget in the market (Cox, Marchionna & Fitch, 2015). Given the nature of the technological world, law enforcement has become an expensive affair; this is made worse by the shrinking budget that police agencies have to work with. In light of the expenses and the dynamics involved in law enforcement, policing has taken a data-driven...

SME Mobile B2B Application

SME Mobile B2B Application Functional Requirements Functional requirements are a critical component for company X’s desire to introduce a mobile app that would enable it to connect with its customers. The discussion below illustrates the functional requirements that would make the project successful. Architecture alignment. This involves examining the architectural and program needs for the new app. Zhao and Luo, (2014) highlight that an architectural alignment incorporates system features, and design patterns that create user-friendly interfaces. Personalization options. These are the features that should be incorporated into the app to make it look exciting and elicit positive emotions among the...

Increasing awareness of invisible disabilities in elementary STEM education in China

Stem Education in China Student’s Name Institution Stem Education in China There is a need to become aware about the invisible disabilities in China. About 10 million children have dyslexia and awareness of this condition is low here (Yiwen, 2018). Responsible governments and communities must create programs like early childhood STEM education to address the needs of individual learners. There are several reasons why invisible disabilities were ignored or unidentified in China. The main reason is the lack of awareness for them (Yiwen, 2018). This stems from the denial or neglect of the learners with invisible disabilities in the STEM classroom, which is discouraging to students. Besides, as...

Board Composition And Information Security In The Banking Sector

Board Composition and Information Security in the Banking Sector Name University BOARD COMPOSITION AND INFORMATION SECURITY IN THE BANKING SECTOR CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW Corporate governance Corporate governance entails systems of rules, organizational practices, and processes through which a firm is controlled and directed (Icaew.org, 2017). The primary aim of cooperate governance is to balance the interests of the majority of stakeholders in a given institution (Blackwell, 2002). Stakeholders in organizations include; customers, management, suppliers, finance providers, the central government and the community surrounding the organization (OECD, 2004). The corporate governance issues...

Argumentative Communication System

Argumentative Communication System Name Institution Augmentative Communication System The primary considerations involved in selecting a student’s augmentative communication system are based on its ability in enabling the user initiate conversation with another person (Dell, Newton, Deborah, and Petroff, 2011). Therefore, it should allow the user to construct meaning using symbols, transmit the message to another person, and respond to the feedback promptly. The components of the augmentative communication system are determined during the process of selection. They are techniques, symbols, and aids. Techniques are a combination of methods involved in the movement of the message from the...

Assistive Technology and writing

Name Instructor Course Date Assistive Technology and writing The major components of the writing process are as highlighted below. The foremost component is prewriting, which takes place before one put any sentence on the paper. The component of prewriting involves generation of ideas and plan of what to write. Thus, prewriting as a component of writing requires brainstorming activities (Dell, Amy, Deborah, and Jerry 23). The second component of writing process is the drafting. The component of drafting involves the development of ideas and thoughts by students into words, which leads to effective sentences and paragraphs. The third major component of the writing process is the reviewing....

A study of the effects of information overflows among tourists

A study of the effects of information overflows among tourists The presence of the internet, as well as other self-service technologies in the tourism industry, has made it easier for tourists to access any sort of information that they desire. However, the internet has a lot of information that creates the problem of information synergy or overload. Too much information is a problem for tourists since they are unable to select the most desired destinations due to having too many options to choose from. The Islamic tourism that occurred in Saudi Arabia during Hajj is an example of the magnitude and the confusion that can arise for people willing to visit pilgrimages. This research aims to identify...