Information Technology – Volume 3 – Issue 3

Editorial

In the first section we cover articles educating us on smart usage of social networking sites, smart management of personal information. In the second section we present articles on managing IT projects — Implementation of SAP projects and Business Service Management. In the third and final section we cover technical articles describing details of DDoS attacks, Web services, Databases and usage of IT in healthcare and medicine. In modern times, we are bombarded with information from several sources. For example, we receive personalized information from email services, news readers, and social networking sites. How do we keep track of critical pieces of information from among the ‘information overload’? How do we keep track of our to-do list? How can we create a digital onepage diary? One could find several mobile apps and websites that help us in note-taking activity. In the article ‘Creating and managing personal information store’ the author describes one simple, shared, and sustainable mechanism of digital note-taking. Specifically the author describes how WordPress can be used for creating a server-side personal information repository that is digital, searchable, and available online. These days social networking websites like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, etc. are of special interest of kids and children. While such websites are an effective way of connecting with people and a source of knowledge and learning, they can call for trouble if not used properly. It is up to the parents to monitor their kid’s online activities and address potential problems early. In the article ‘Social networking for children’, the author first identifies various risks children are exposed to while interacting with social networking websites. Subsequently the author describes tools and resources for safe social networking provided by social networking sites like Google+, Twitter, Oovoo, and Edmodo. In the second section we first present the article ‘SAP Implementation’ which is the second in a series of articles on the topic. This article delves deeper into SAP implementation by detailing the five phases in SAP implementation.

 

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