Data security and data transfer


Published on

This presentation includes; data transfer, what is a standard file type, data security and translating between file types. We hope you can understand our presentation because its a really important topic, specially now a days that technology is very advanced and used daily.

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Data security and data transfer

  1. 1. Data security and data transfer Esteban cabrera, Elena Martínez,Sofia Calderón, Alejandra Díaz Colegio Británico 11B Computers 2012
  2. 2. Contents1. Introduction 2. Objectives 3. Data File Types 4. Translating between file Types5. Standard File Types 6. Rapid Transfer of Data 7. Conclusion 8. References
  3. 3. Introduction In this presentation we want to inform everything related with the data transfer and data security.It is important for us that our classmates get to understandhow these theme is crucial important. When it begins to be understanded , people make a use of computers and filesreally well. Making easier the way they share, download or transfer file types. Thank You.
  4. 4. The main objective of this presentation is to help our classmates understand a topic involves us in our daily lifes. ObjectivesIt is extremely important that we get to knowwith details he different types of file formats, data files types and the translation of these.
  5. 5. Data file typesThe need to import and export data files has led to the development of several standard file types.• Standard File typesJpg, gif, mp3• Other examplesdoc, .psd, .ipg, .png, zip, pdf
  6. 6. Translating between file types• When you trasport one file to another computer, it may be impossible that the computer reads it, because it doesnt have the same file type.• For example:An image created in Adobe Photoshop andsaved as a .psd file (Photoshops format) wouldnot be readable by Microsoft Paint.
  7. 7. - The possible solutions is that you maydownload a program which translate it or whenyou are saving your document you save as.. And choose the type of file.
  8. 8. Standard File TypesExamples are jpg and gif files for images, and mp3 files for sound; but there are also standard file types for text, movies.• Really Simple Syndication (RSS): a method for delivering website updates to a user without the user having to visit the website• Zip: a file format that takes an existing file or files and compresses them into a single file thats a smaller size• Portable Document Format (PDF): a file format developed by Adobe, have been developed as ways of distributing data in the most efficient way possible. They do this by compressing it using zip technology or making it possible to read using a freely available.
  9. 9. Rapid Transfer of DataFiles can be easily transferred and shared across the globe using the Internet.• A file could be:Emailed as an attachmentSent over instant messengerDownloaded from a website/web serverAccessed over a private network  Documents, eg a spreadsheet, can be stored on a web server and then accessed via any computer with an Internet connection and a web browser.
  10. 10. Sent over instant messenger Emailed as an attachment Downloaded from a website/web server Accessed over a private networkYou enter into a private network and you may access files in there.
  11. 11. Concluding the presentation, we saw it was really important to have information correctly for no confusing ideas.Translating data file types, rapid transfer and all the themes we covered in the presentation are really important,because we use to see them in our daily lifes, specially now that technology is really developed and we spend downloading lots of file types daily. Thank you
  12. 12. BibliographyInformation taken from: tasecurityrev1.shtml atransferrev1.shtmlPictures downloaded from:- Ipod touch wallpapers application-