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  • Information Technology and Its Applications - nursing - social networks - 3

    1. 1. Information Technology And Its Applications www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    2. 2. NO BODY I S PERFECT NOPROBLE Mwww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    3. 3. Don’t be scared!
    4. 4. Remember?!www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    5. 5. Remember?!www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    6. 6. Remember?! Datawww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    7. 7. Remember?! Information Datawww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    8. 8. Remember?! knowledge Information Datawww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    9. 9. Remember?! wisdom knowledge Information Datawww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    10. 10. Remember?! wisdom knowledge Information Data facts, statistics, symbols....www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    11. 11. Remember?! wisdom knowledge Information Interpreted data, data with meaning Data facts, statistics, symbols....www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    12. 12. Remember?! wisdom knowledge Organized Information Information Interpreted data, data with meaning Data facts, statistics, symbols....www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    13. 13. Remember?! wisdom Applied Knowledge knowledge Organized Information Information Interpreted data, data with meaning Data facts, statistics, symbols....www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    14. 14. Remember?! wisdom Applied Knowledge to knowledge ds lea Organized Information Information Interpreted data, data with meaning Data facts, statistics, symbols....www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    15. 15. Remember?! wisdom Applied Knowledge to knowledge ds lea Organized Information Information Interpreted data, data with meaning Data Example: It is facts, statistics, symbols.... rainingwww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    16. 16. Remember?! wisdom Applied Knowledge to knowledge ds lea Organized Information Information Example: It became colder so Interpreted data, data with meaning it started to rain. Data Example: It is facts, statistics, symbols.... rainingwww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    17. 17. Remember?! wisdom Applied Knowledge to Ex: If the humidity is very high and knowledge the temperature drops the ds atmosphere might not be able to lea Organized Information hold the moisture any longer and it rains. Information Example: It became colder so Interpreted data, data with meaning it started to rain. Data Example: It is facts, statistics, symbols.... rainingwww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    18. 18. Remember?! Example: The temperature drops every year between May and September. Hence the chance for wisdom rain increases. That’s why this period of time is called rainy season. Applied Knowledge to Ex: If the humidity is very high and knowledge the temperature drops the ds atmosphere might not be able to lea Organized Information hold the moisture any longer and it rains. Information Example: It became colder so Interpreted data, data with meaning it started to rain. Data Example: It is facts, statistics, symbols.... rainingwww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    19. 19. Remember 2?
    20. 20. Remember 2?Primary Secondary
    21. 21. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directlyconnected to CPU
    22. 22. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directlyconnected to CPU•stores datatemporarily
    23. 23. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directlyconnected to CPU•stores datatemporarily•relatively small /fast
    24. 24. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directlyconnected to CPU•stores datatemporarily•relatively small /fast•Ex: RAM, CPU
    25. 25. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directly •Used for moreconnected to CPU permanent storage•stores datatemporarily•relatively small /fast•Ex: RAM, CPU
    26. 26. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directly •Used for moreconnected to CPU permanent storage•stores data •non-volatiletemporarily•relatively small /fast•Ex: RAM, CPU
    27. 27. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directly •Used for moreconnected to CPU permanent storage•stores data •non-volatiletemporarily •connected via•relatively small / storage controllersfast•Ex: RAM, CPU
    28. 28. Remember 2?Primary Secondary•directly •Used for moreconnected to CPU permanent storage•stores data •non-volatiletemporarily •connected via•relatively small / storage controllersfast •Ex: Hard disk,•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD
    29. 29. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for moreconnected to CPU permanent storage•stores data •non-volatiletemporarily •connected via•relatively small / storage controllersfast •Ex: Hard disk,•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD
    30. 30. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for moreconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage•relatively small / storage controllers •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD
    31. 31. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for more •retain contentsconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when when power is absent power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used for permanent •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage storage•relatively small / storage controllers •usually slower •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: Hard disk, Flash •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD drive
    32. 32. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for more •retain contentsconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when when power is absent power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used for permanent •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage storage•relatively small / storage controllers •usually slower •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: Hard disk, Flash •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD driveRead Only Writeable
    33. 33. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for more •retain contentsconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when when power is absent power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used for permanent •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage storage•relatively small / storage controllers •usually slower •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: Hard disk, Flash •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD driveRead Only Writeable•content can notbe modified•used for longterm storage•Ex: CD ROM,DVD
    34. 34. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for more •retain contentsconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when when power is absent power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used for permanent •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage storage•relatively small / storage controllers •usually slower •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: Hard disk, Flash •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD driveRead Only Writeable•content can not •content can bebe modified modified•used for long •slower due toterm storage write operations•Ex: CD ROM, •Ex: Hard drive,DVD Flash drive
    35. 35. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for more •retain contentsconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when when power is absent power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used for permanent •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage storage•relatively small / storage controllers •usually slower •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: Hard disk, Flash •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD driveRead Only Writeable Optical Magnetic•content can not •content can bebe modified modified•used for long •slower due toterm storage write operations•Ex: CD ROM, •Ex: Hard drive,DVD Flash drive
    36. 36. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for more •retain contentsconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when when power is absent power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used for permanent •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage storage•relatively small / storage controllers •usually slower •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: Hard disk, Flash •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD driveRead Only Writeable Optical Magnetic•content can not •content can be •data stored onbe modified modified reflective•used for long •slower due to polycarbonite discsterm storage write operations in form of pits and•Ex: CD ROM, •Ex: Hard drive, bumpsDVD Flash drive •Ex: DVD
    37. 37. Remember 2?Primary Secondary Volatile Non Volatile•directly •Used for more •retain contentsconnected to CPU permanent storage •loses data when when power is absent power is turned off•stores data •non-volatile •used for permanent •used fortemporarily •connected via temporary storage storage•relatively small / storage controllers •usually slower •fasterfast •Ex: Hard disk, •Ex: Hard disk, Flash •Ex: RAM•Ex: RAM, CPU DVD driveRead Only Writeable Optical Magnetic•content can not •content can be •data stored on •data stored onbe modified modified reflective magnetically coated•used for long •slower due to polycarbonite discs surfaceterm storage write operations in form of pits and •non volatile•Ex: CD ROM, •Ex: Hard drive, bumps •long term storageDVD Flash drive •Ex: DVD •Ex: Hard disk
    38. 38. Social Media
    39. 39. Social Media
    40. 40. Social Mediawww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    41. 41. Social MediaSocial Networks www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    42. 42. Social MediaSocial Networks www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    43. 43. Social MediaSocial Networks Social Services www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    44. 44. Social MediaSocial Networks Social Services www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    45. 45. NetworksDefinition: A set of relationships (links) that connects peopleor objects (nodes). www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    46. 46. NetworksDefinition: A set of relationships (links) that connects peopleor objects (nodes). node link www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    47. 47. NetworksDefinition: A set of relationships (links) that connects peopleor objects (nodes). node link node link www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    48. 48. NetworksDefinition: A set of relationships (links) that connects peopleor objects (nodes). node link node link www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    49. 49. NetworksDefinition: A set of relationships (links) that connects peopleor objects (nodes). r k s wo t node N e l link o c ia S node link www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    50. 50. Small World Phenomenon www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    51. 51. Small World Phenomenon ‘6 degrees of separation’ www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    52. 52. Small World Phenomenon6° ‘6 degrees of separation’ www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    53. 53. Small World Phenomenon6° ‘6 degrees of separation’ www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    54. 54. Small World Phenomenon 6°Six degrees of separation(also referred to as the"Human Web") refers to theidea that everyone is at most ‘6 degrees of separation’six steps away from anyother person on Earth, sothat a chain of, "a friend of afriend" statements can bemade to connect any twopeople in six steps or fewer. www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    55. 55. Networkwww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    56. 56. NetworkA network is a group oftwo or more computerslinked together. There aremany types of computernetworks including: www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    57. 57. Network local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (example: in the same building).A network is a group oftwo or more computerslinked together. There aremany types of computernetworks including: www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    58. 58. Network local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (example: in the same building). wide-area networks (WANs) : The computers are farther apart and are connected by telephone lines or radio waves.A network is a group oftwo or more computerslinked together. There aremany types of computernetworks including: www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    59. 59. Network local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (example: in the same building). wide-area networks (WANs) : The computers are farther apart and are connected by telephone lines or radio waves. campus-area networks (CANs): The computers are within a limited geographic area, such as a campus or military base.A network is a group oftwo or more computerslinked together. There aremany types of computernetworks including: www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    60. 60. Network local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (example: in the same building). wide-area networks (WANs) : The computers are farther apart and are connected by telephone lines or radio waves. campus-area networks (CANs): The computers are within a limited geographic area, such as a campus or military base.A network is a group of metropolitan-area networks (MANs): A data networktwo or more computers designed for a town or city.linked together. There aremany types of computernetworks including: www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    61. 61. Network local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (example: in the same building). wide-area networks (WANs) : The computers are farther apart and are connected by telephone lines or radio waves. campus-area networks (CANs): The computers are within a limited geographic area, such as a campus or military base.A network is a group of metropolitan-area networks (MANs): A data networktwo or more computers designed for a town or city.linked together. There are home-area networks (HANs): A network contained within amany types of computer users home that connects a persons digital devices.networks including: www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    62. 62. Network local-area networks (LANs): The computers are geographically close together (example: in the same building). wide-area networks (WANs) : The computers are farther apart and are connected by telephone lines or radio waves. campus-area networks (CANs): The computers are within a limited geographic area, such as a campus or military base.A network is a group of metropolitan-area networks (MANs): A data networktwo or more computers designed for a town or city.linked together. There are home-area networks (HANs): A network contained within amany types of computer users home that connects a persons digital devices.networks including: wireless local-area networks (W-LANs): A network that provides connectivity to wireless devices within a limited geographic region (example: RSU Wifi). www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    63. 63. Networks
    64. 64. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.
    65. 65. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.
    66. 66. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    67. 67. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    68. 68. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    69. 69. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    70. 70. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    71. 71. Networkstopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    72. 72. Networks hyper text transfer protocol secure file transfer protocoltopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    73. 73. Networks hyper text transfer protocol secure file transfer protocoltopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    74. 74. Networks hyper text transfer protocol secure file transfer protocoltopology : The geometric arrangement of a computer system. Common topologies includea bus, star, and ring.protocol : The protocol defines a common set of rules and signals that computers on thenetwork use to communicate. One of the most popular protocols for LANs is calledEthernet.architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as using either a peer-to-peer (P2P) orclient/server architecture.
    75. 75. Now You! Back to social! CREATE a Social Network How does it work?Purpose? What do you need? Technology? www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    76. 76. Assignmentwww.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    77. 77. Assignment ‘Midterm Test’ next week! 2 July 2012www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    78. 78. Assignment ‘Midterm Test’ next week! 2 July 2012 Assignment Presentation: 9 -23 July 2012www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    79. 79. Assignment ‘Midterm Test’ next week! 2 July 2012 Assignment Presentation: 9 -23 July 2012 Awesome Social or Application Media for ‘health’, ‘nursing’ or ‘help’www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College
    80. 80. Call me, maybe Name : AJ Sascha Funk Address : RIC Main Office, 2nd floor Email : info@sayfun.me || facebook.com/SaschaFunk Phone : 02-997-2200 Ext. 4016, 082 101 328 9 Script: http://sayfun.me/students-stuff/RIC/ Final Exam: Aug 6, 2012 www.sayfun.me | AJ Sascha Funk | Information Technology & Its Applications | Rangsit University - International College

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