Computing Sample


Parts of a Computer and Their Functions

A computer has various parts and every part of a computer has its own unique function. We will see howa computer functions with these different parts. Read More

Computing and system development

Throughout the yesteryears, technology has improved in leaps and bounds. The biggest contributing factor of this advancement is the way humans interact with technology. Touch screen is one of the latest examples. With touch screen mode, user is able to operate in a digital environment by mere a touch of the finger tip on the screen. Introduced in 1971, touch screen technology has now achieved great heights. Today there are more compound and sophisticated touch screen devices available for mobile users. Undoubtedly, these are more accurate and inlaid with much advanced features. Read More

Conceptual Framework

Conceptual framework is critical to the understanding ofseveral principles and concepts that underpin the accounting and financial standards, but many times it is neglected in studies. A conceptual framework is often a guideline which illustrates that why a project is carried out in a particular way. A framework can be illustrated as a map, which guides its users through ideas and concepts in an organised way (Sandro, 2012), influencing the ideas and approaches of others (Zhou, 2012), shaping the work carried out in specified way (Fan et al, 2012) and making the basis of a report (financial or general) on a set of assumptions, values and definitions all together (Hussainet al, 2012). Read More

File transfer protocol architecture

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) refers to a specific standard which is employed in the processes of transferring files within a networked environment (Evans & Treharne, 2005, p. 258). FTP uses a TCP network to facilitate the transfer of various file formats among network hosts. The commonly used TCP network in TCP processes is the internet. The FTP is currently the most preferred network protocol in access, retrieval and transfer of files by network users. Wang, Feng, Zhang & Zhang (2010, p. 885) illustrate that FTP is based on the client-server network architecture which means the transfer of files between the server and the client employs a completely separate data connections and control mechanisms. It is through this protocol that authentication of users is achieved and therefore unauthorized access to the system prevented. Read More