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19504. ARIBA IMPLEMENTATION AT MED-X MANAGING EARNED VALUE KELLOGG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY SOLUTION New, Winter/Spring 2017 This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Kellogg School of Management general management case study on the implementation of an e-procurement technology, Ariba, at MED-X, Inc., a Houston-based Fortune 500 global pharmaceutical company. The case focuses on problems with the company’s e-procurement implementation project and an assessment of the value of the project through earned value analysis. The paper includes problem identification, problem analysis (including earned value analysis and calculations), identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 12 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources, 2,875 words.

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19500. LEVERAGING SOLVAY GROUP CULTURE WITH A THIRD GENERATION INTRANET VLERICK LEUVEN VENT MANAGEMENT SCHOOL CASE STUDY SOLUTION New, Winter/Spring 2017. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a Vlerick Leuven Vent Management School of Business case study on the implementation of a third generation intranet at Belgium-based Solvay Group, a global organization called a “company of engineers”, known for its innovation, and operating in 50 countries in the three main sectors of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and plastics. The paper includes an analysis of Solvay Group’s I3G intranet project, considering its strengths and weaknesses, critical success factors, possible trouble spots, impact, and contributions to the Solvay Group organization overall. A concluding section provides an overall evaluative summary of the project and recommendations on how to proceed with the complete Solia roll-out. APA Style. 12 pages, 27 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources, 3,351 words.

TAGS: Solvay Group case study solution, intranets, IT strategy, innovation, third generation intranet, ERP, communications.

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19299. NEW MEDIA AND EVOLUTION OF COMMUNICATION. Focusing especially on social networking media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube), this essay examines the expansion of interactivity and user participation in media creation, information dissemination, and the globalization of communication as well as considering the broader impact and importance of these new media communication forms on real world activities and relations. The essay includes an overview of new media and a discussion of theories of how social media disseminates information. The examination of the impact of new social media on private citizen participation in the public forum and in playing an active role in political and/or social activism suggests that the new social media have become important tools of political/social communication and information dissemination and political/social activism. APA Style. 16 pages, 105 footnotes, 36 bibliographic sources. 4,650 words.

TAGS: new media, Web 2.0, social networks, social networking, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, communication theory, social media theory, citizen action, politics and media, social activism.

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19258. GOOGLE AND NIANTIC LABS: THE PROFESSIONAL ENTREPRENEUR AND INNOVATION IN SILICON VALLEY (A) UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5868 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business entrepreneurship case study by Jerome S. Engel on the entrepreneurial career of John Hanke and his Niantic Labs entity. The case focuses on whether or not Hanke should spin off Niantic Labs, which develops augmented reality games for Android smart phones. The case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 9 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Google and Niantic Labs case study, business models, gaming, Android phones, divestiture, emerging markets, entrepreneurship, innovation, Internet, mergers and acquisitions, start ups, entrepreneurs

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19257. DISRUPTION IN DETROIT: FORD, SILICON VALLEY, AND BEYOND UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5867 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business general management case study on Ford Motor Company in Spring of 2016. The case study focuses on the challenges posed to Ford by disruptive technologies including electric vehicles and self-driving cars. The case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 14 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources, 3,300 words.

TAGS: Ford Motor disruptive innovation case study, business models, leadership, organizational change, technological change, disruptive innovation

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19254. WHO SHOULD TAKE THE FALL? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY SOLUTION (R1507L) NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business Review strategy case study by Jana Seijs, Cary Horenfeldt, and Kanina Blanchard on the appropriate organizational response to the hacking of a mobile payment company. The Board at the company favors the strategy of having a high level employee publicly take the fall for the data breach. This brief case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 6 pages, 4 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS response to hacking Harvard case study, accountability, computer security, public relations, cyber attacks, crisis management, case study solution

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19253. SHOULD WE FIRE HIM FOR THAT POST? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY SOLUTION (R1603K). NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business Review general management case study by Mary Anne Watson, Gabrielle R. Lopiano, Megan Erickson Moritz, and Alexandra Samuel on an employer’s deliberation over how to respond to a star employee’s negative Facebook post, denigrating the employer. The case focuses on efforts to speed up the process of cleaning, checking, restocking, and refueling airplanes using existing staff. This brief case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 6 pages, 4 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS employee Facebook post Harvard case study solution, social media, public relations, personnel policies, employee dismissal

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19069. EREADING: AMAZON’S KINDLE HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 9709486 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School strategic management case study by Bharat Anand, Peter Olson and Mary Tripsas on Amazon’s Kindle electronic reader. The time setting for the case is 2008, shortly after Amazon’s launch of the Kindle and the case focuses on the appropriate strategy for Kindle as well as the challenges Amazon faces from would-be competitors in the publishing, consumer electronics, bookselling and computer industries. The case study analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis with Five Forces and SWOT analyses, identification and assessment of four possible alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 9 pages, 12 footnotes, 11 bibliographic sources. 2,376 words.

TAGS: Amazon Kindle case solution, strategic management, marketing strategy ereaders, ebooks, competition, booksellers, book publishers, consumer electronics, online retailer.


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18892. MARISSA MAYER OF GOOGLE. . This term paper discusses the management and leadership style of Marissa Mayer, Vice President for Search Products and User Experience at the internet search engine, Google. Through the combined use of enthusiasm, participatory management and discipline, she has achieved remarkable success in a male-dominated industry at a relatively young age. TAGS: Marissa Mayer, Google executive, leadership style, young leader, women, management, internet. APA Style. 12 pages, 30 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources. 2,917 words.   $84
 
18799. THE DANGER OF THE THREAT OF CYBERTERRORISM. This research paper is concerned with the physical and economic vulnerability of the United States and other Western nations to cyber attacks. Cyberterrorists, who are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their techniques, might disrupt vital services as well as engage in acts of espionage and information theft. It is argued that policymakers need to make a concerted and coordinated effort to find ways to minimize the problem. TAGS: cyberterrorism, argumentative essay, terrorism, technology, computers, espionage term paper. APA Style. 12 pages, 41 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources. 2,847 words.   $84
 
18793. A MARKETING CAMPAIGN FOR THE APPLE “IC”.E-READER. This term paper proposes a marketing campaign for an Apple e-reader (a product that had not yet been introduced at the time this paper was written). The paper discusses target market, product features, consumer viewpoints and competitors in the e-reader market (notably, the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble Nook), as well as outlining a proposed campaign to launch the new Apple product. The appendices to the paper include a mood board, spider diagram, and the results of a survey of ten college students. APA Style. 9 pages, 16 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 2,085 words.

TAGS: marketing research paper, information technology, e-readers, Apple iC reader, marketing campaign new product launch, Amazon Kindle

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18790. THE “NIGERIAN SCAM.” AND CONFIDENCE SCHEMES. This term paper is concerned with e-mails and letters, originating in Nigeria, that invite people to participate in corrupt practices for their personal benefit but are actually designed to con them out of their money through the payment of “advance fees.” The paper addresses the causes of the problem and the efforts that have been made to resolve it. It is argued that the problem should be handled by strengthening law enforcement within Nigeria rather than through outside intervention. TAGS: criminology research paper, international relations, internet, Nigerian scam essay. APA Style. 10 pages, 38 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 2,366 words.   $70
 
18787. INTERNET (ONLINE) RECRUITING OF EMPLOYEES. This paper discusses the use of corporate web sites and internet recruiting services to recruit qualified employees. The paper also addresses the challenges of the process and provides recommendations for making effective use of internet recruiting. TAGS: term paper, human resources research paper, online recruiting, hiring, internet. APA Style. 11 pages, 36 footnotes, 11 bibliographic sources. 2,571 words.   $77
 
18773. PUBLIC RELATIONS CAMPAIGN FOR XBOX HALO 3. (2033) 18773. PUBLIC RELATIONS CAMPAIGN FOR XBOX HALO 3. This paper examines the 2007 public relations campaign for the Xbox game, Halo 3, which was manufactured by Microsoft. The ROPE model is used to analyze the research, objectives, programming and evaluation of the campaign and to thereby show why it was effective. TAGS: Xbox, gaming marketing, public relations, Microsoft, video games. APA Style. 9 pages, 27 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 2,106 words.   $63
 
18743. HISTORY OF TRIGONOMETRY. This paper provides an overview of the history of trigonometry, the branch of mathematics that involves the measurement of triangles in such fields as astronomy, surveying, navigation, and experimental research. The paper covers the contributions of astronomers and theorists in ancient Babylon, Egypt, Greece, Rome and India, as well as the early development of the trigonometric functions among Islamic scholars in the Middle Ages. The paper also discusses the contributions of modern-era mathematicians such as Johannes Muller, Daniel Bernoulli, and Leonhard Euler, among others. KEYWORDS: mathematics trigonometry Ptolemy hipparchus Aryabhata Euler history. APA Style. 10 pages, 51 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 2,465 words.   $70
 
18727. THE HISTORY OF E-COMMERCE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. This paper traces the development of e-commerce in the UK from the mid-1990s, when the Internet became increasingly popular, to 2008. Statistical data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) is used to show the rapid growth in e-commerce among UK consumers and retailers during the period. Based on the evidence, it is expected that e-commerce will continue to expand in the UK in the upcoming future. Includes 2 tables. TAGS: ecommerce Britain history internet business UK. APA Style. 7 pages, 25 footnotes, 15 bibliographic sources. 1,674 words.   $49
 
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18577. INDIA'S BROADBAND POLICY. . This paper provides an overview and analysis of India’s Department of Telecommunication’s (DOT) 2004 broadband policy describing a plan to increase broadband access in the county. The paper examines the implied assumption in India’s broadband policy statement that increasing technology access will inevitably lead to gains in economic and social development. The paper discusses the significance of the topic, reviews the relevant literature, presents a theoretical framework for analyzing the policy followed by a step-by-step analysis of the policy itself. The paper concludes with an overall assessment of the policy’s treatment of development issues. It is argued that India’s broadband policy fails to include consideration of various issues, including social capability, financial capability and politics, that are important to development issues. KEYWORDS: broadband internet national policy India development technology economic social issues internet access. APA Style. 28 pages, 57 footnotes, 22 bibliographic sources. 6,831 words.   $133
 
18465. SYMBIAN, GOOGLE & APPLE IN THE MOBILE SPACE (A) & (B) HARVARD CASE STUDY 909055. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case study solution to a Harvard Business School case study by Suarez, Edelman and Srinivasan on competitive strategy in the mobile smartphone operating system industry. The case study focuses on market leader Symbian and the competitive challenges it faces from Google and Apple. The case analysis draws on information from both the primary (A) case as well as the (B) supplemental information, 909056. The paper includes background analysis, problem statement, problem analysis with five forces and SWOT, assessment of alternatives, recommendation and implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 9 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 3107 words.
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18418. IMPLEMENTATION SUCCESS OR FAILURE CASE STUDY. This paper presents an analysis of a case study of problems encountered with a $52 million PeopleSoft Inc. software implementation at eight-campus Indiana University in 2004. It is argued that the implemenation has been more of a failure than a success and outlines some of the reasons why the implementation failed, focusing on the failures in program design, support, planning, and execution. Recommendations are made for IT managers. KEYWORDS: erp implementation peoplesoft case study program failure information technology. APA Style. 15 pages, 16 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 3850 words.   $105
 
18416. EBAY PROFILE OF AN E-BUSINESS. This paper provides a profile of eBay, looking in particular at eBay’s changing business model, its marketing, its strategies, the challenges it faces related to trust and security issues, and its value concept. The analysis focuses primarily on eBay’s core online marketplace operations (i.e., its auction and online sales businesses) although its Skype, PayPal, and other divisions are also discussed. The profile begins with a general overview of eBay, including its history, its three major business divisions and their operations (Marketplaces, Payments, and Communications) and its financial results. The analysis considers eBay’s shift away from a focus on sellers to a focus on buyers and its move away from auctions and towards fixed-price sales. KEYWORDS: ebay online commerce paypal skype value chain e business model online auction. APA Style. 12 pages, 26 footnotes, 16 bibliographic sources. 3,490 Words.   $84
 
18398. MICROSOFT’S SEARCH HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 9-709-461. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a strategic management and Internet marketing case study by Jan W. Rivkin and Eric Van Den concerning Microsoft’s efforts, beginning in 2008, to compete against Google in the search engine and Internet advertising market. The paper includes problem identification; problem analysis with background analysis, competitive analysis, and SWOT; identification and assessment of alternative solutions; recommendations; and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case study case solution Microsoft google competitive analysis internet markets online advertising search engines competitive analysis strategy software development network effects. 12 pages, 22 footnotes, 18 bibliographic sources. 3,961 words
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18339. CAN ALBERTSONS TROUNCE WAL-MART WITH ADVANCED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CASE STUDY. This paper provides an analysis and a case solution to a case study in Laudon & Laudon's text (Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm) on the national grocery chain Albertsons. The case is concerned with Albertsons’ objective of overtaking Wal-Mart as the number one retail grocer in the U.S., and its strategy based on the use of information technology to provide customers with a more convenient shopping experience. The case is analyzed in terms of value chain, competitive forces, the role of information systems, factors that help or hinder Albertsons, and comparisons between Albertsons and Wal-Mart. It is argued that Albertsons’ vision is worthwhile and should be pursued, but it will need time to catch on with customers. Recommendations are made for how Albertsons should proceed. KEYWORDS: competition grocery stores supermarkets Albertsons Wal-Mart strategic management marketing strategy information technology case studies case solution. APA Style. 11 pages, 12 footnotes., 1 bibliographic source. 2,549 words.   $77
 
18281. WINDOWS VISTA HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 909038. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution for a Harvard Business School operations management case study by Benjamin Edelman on Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system. Set in the year 2007, the case focuses on Microsoft’s decisions about what features to include in Vista and how to compete with the company’s own installed base of Windows XP. The paper includes problem statement, problem analysis with SWOT, identification and assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies case solution windows operating system Vista Microsoft software upgrades compatibility network effects corporate strategy software development. APA Style. 12 pages, 8 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.   $84
 
18264. BRIGHTCOVE AND THE FUTURE OF INTERNET TELEVISION HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 9-707-457. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case study solution to a popular Harvard strategic management and technology management case study by David B. Yoffie, Andrei Hagiu and Michael Slind concerning Brightcove, a technology and services provider to Internet TV content owners. The case focuses on Brightcove’s efforts to transform itself into a media distribution company. The paper includes problem identification, problem analysis with SWOT and competitive analysis, identification and assessment of alternatives, recommendation, and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: communication channels Internet media case study competitive analysis advertising brightcove case solution technology management strategy execution strategic management. APA Style. 12 pages, 14 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources. 3,256 words.   $84
 
18250. GOOGLE, INC.: FIGURING OUT HOW TO DEAL WITH CHINA CASE STUDY BAB131. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a 2007 Harvard Business School/Babson College strategic management case study on Google in the Chinese Internet search market. The time is mid-2005 and Google is confronted with the problem of whether or not to directly enter the Chinese search engine market and how to deal with Chinese government censorship and other restrictions placed on Chinese Internet users. The analysis includes an introduction and background section, problem statement, identification of main issues, SWOT analysis, identification and assessment of strategic alternatives, recommendations, and implementation and evaluation plan. KEYWORDS: case study google china market strategy strategic management business ethics don’t be evil corporate culture values. APA Style. 10 pages, 18 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 2773 words.
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18204. VIRTUAL REALITY TRAINING IN MEDICINE: SUGERY. Drawing on an analytical review of the scholarly and professional medical literature, this paper considers the application of a computer-based technology in medicine: virtual reality simulators in surgical training. In the past two decades there has been explosive growth of laparoscopic and other minimally invasive surgery (MIS) techniques versus conventional open surgery procedures. MIS techniques provide benefits to patients but present challenges to surgeons. The rapid expansion in MIS has combined with surgical learning curves, ethical concerns, reductions in training surgeon hours, cost considerations, new FDA requirements, concerns over medical errors and evidence of the training effectiveness of virtual reality simulators to force a paradigm shift in how surgical residents are trained. KEYWORDS: virtual reality medicine computer technologies surgery. Strict APA Style throughout. 6 pages, 32 footnotes, 13 bibliographic sources. 1,621 words   $42
 
18193. MICROSOFT IN CHINA AND INDIA, 1993-2007 HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-708-444. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a 2007 Harvard Business School global business and strategic management case study (9-708-444) by Tarun Khanna and Prithwiraj Choudhury. The case focuses on Microsoft’s international expansion into China and India during the period 1993-2007, considering the problems that multinational firms face in emerging markets. The case analysis includes problem statement, analysis, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies microsoft india china globalization international expansion strategy emerging nations case solution. 12 pages, 11 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources. 3,322 words.   $84
 
18190. TIVO 2007: DVRS AND BEYOND HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-708-401. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and a case solution to a strategic management Harvard Business School case study (9-708-401) by David B. Yoffie and Michael Slind on DVR company TiVo. The case focuses on TiVo’s efforts to capitalize on digital convergence and to become something bigger than a consumer electronics company. The case analysis includes problem statement, analysis, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. APA Style. 11 pages, 9 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources. 2,924 words.

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18189. ARROW ELECTRONICS, INC HARVARD CASE STUDY 598022. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a popular marketing and product distribution Harvard Business School case study (598022) by Das Narayandas about electronic parts distributor Arrow Electronics. This case study concerns Arrow's possible responses to a proposal from an independent distribution service to include Arrow as one of few select distributors in its proposed new Internet-based trading system. The case analysis includes problem statement, key issues, analysis with SWOT and five forces analyses, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies electronics industry product portfolio management strategy marketing distribution internet customer relations supplier relations management case solution swot porters five forces. APA Style. 10 pages, 8 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources. 2,578 words
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18188. GOOGLE INC. HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 9-806-105. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and a case solution to a popular Harvard Business School strategic management and marketing case study (9-806-105) by Kerry Herman and Thomas R. Eisenmann on Internet search engine giant Google. The case provides an overview of Google’s history and Google’s strategy and organization as of 2006. Google’s position within a competitive Internet market is considered. The case analysis includes problem statement, analysis, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies google corporate strategy internet search engine ipo corporate culture competitive advantage yahoo microsoft msn business history social networks globalization case solution. APA Style. 11 pages, 12 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources.   $77
 
18185. EXEL PLC--SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AT HAUS MART HARVARD CASE STUDY 605080. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School operations management and logistics case study (605080) on Exel plc, global third-party logistics provider serving companies such as Home Depot among others. The case analysis includes problem statement, analysis, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies case solution exel plc supply chain management logistics operations management outsourcing retail. APA Style. 10 pages, 8 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 2,644 words.   $70
 
18182. MICROSOFT IN 2005 HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-705-505. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and a case solution to a popular Harvard Business School strategic management case study (9-705-505) by David B. Yoffie, Dharmesh M. Mehta and Rudina I. Seseri on Micosoft’s strategy. The case focuses on Microsoft’s past and current strategy for sustaining competitive advantage in the global software industry. The case analysis includes problem statement, analysis, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies microsoft corporate strategy globalization software industry strategic planning competitive advantage case solution. APA Style. 12 pages, 19 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 3,111 words.   $84
 
18174. WIPRO TECHNOLOGIES: THE FACTORY MODEL HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-606-021. This paper presents a Berkeley Research case study analysis of a Harvard Business School operations management case study (9-606-021) by Fuller and Upton on Bangalore, India-based Wipro Technologies, a software services company. The focus of the case is on Wipro’s application of Toyota’s lean manufacturing model to software services. The case analysis includes problem statement, analysis, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies wipro outsourcing software services india lean manufacturing toyota production system. APA Style. 10 pages, 10 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 2,692 words.   $77
 
18173. CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-806-015. This paper presents a Berkeley Research case study analysis of a Harvard Business School marketing and customer relations management case study (9-806-015) by Lynda M. Applegate, Robert J. Kwortnik, and Gabriele Piccolio on Carnival Cruise Lines. The case analysis includes problem statement, analysis, assessment of alternatives, recommendations and implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies carnival cruise leisure cruise industry customer relations management data management customer loyalty retention pricing. APA Style. 11 pages, 26 footnotes, 11 bibliographic sources.   $77
 
18172. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-705-508. This paper provides a case study analysis of a Harvard Business School strategic management case study by Siegel and Jinho on Korean electronics maker Samsung. The case focuses on Samsung’s efforts to maintain its strategic competitive advantage in the face of challenges from new Chinese competitors. The case analysis includes problem identification, environmental and competitive analysis, SWOT analysis, identification and assessment of strategic alternatives, strategic recommendations, and an implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies competitive advantage semiconductors electronics global marketing management strategy cost differentiation samsung globalization china. APA Style. 11 pages, 12 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 3,269 words.   $77
 
18168. INSIDE INTEL INSIDE HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-502-083. This paper presents a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School marketing strategy case study (9-502-083) by Moon and Darwell on semiconductor industry leader Intel. The time frame of the case is 2002 and global marketing director Pamela Pollace is debating whether the company should extend its highly successful but aging "Intel Inside" branding campaign to non-PC product categories like cell phones and PDAs. The case analysis includes problem identification, environmental and competitive analysis, SWOT analysis, identification and assessment of strategic alternatives, strategic recommendations, and an implementation plan. KEYWORDS: case studies intel semiconductors marketing strategy branding global advertising direct to consumer marketing globalization case solution. APA Style. 11 pages, 10 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 2,730 words.   $77
 
18089. VIRTUAL TEAMS IN HEALTHCARE. This paper starts by discussing the general value of teams and the concept of team building in healthcare organizations. It then discusses the use of virtual teams (via remote connections) in healthcare. It is argued that virtual teams are beneficial and they relate to the growing trend of "telemedicine." However, virtual teams also result in certain challenges (such as misunderstandings in communication and team members feeling isolated from one another). Some techniques are suggested for overcoming these types of problems. KEYWORDS: teamwork virtual teams healthcare medicine telemedicine. APA Style. 12 pages, 24 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 2,604 words.   $84
 
18053. OUTSOURCING IT TO INDIA. This term paper discusses the ethical issues raised by the practice of U.S. firms outsourcing IT (information technology) functions to engineers in India. The practice helps to boost the Indian economy, but it has been criticized for causing the loss of U.S. jobs. The paper argues that the outsourcing of this type of labor is actually beneficial to the U.S. economy in the long run. Some suggestions are made for the humane treatment of displaced U.S. workers. KEYWORDS: outsourcing labor economy information technology workers india. APA Style. 6 pages, 11 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 1,386 words.   $42
 
17954. SUN MICROSYSTEMS CASE STUDY. This paper provides an analysis and case solution to a case study on Sun Microsystems. The case is drawn from Hitt, Ireland, & Hoskissons Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalization. In 1998 Sun Microsystems, the $9.7 billion fully integrated computer company, was locked in a competitive and legal battle over control of its JAVA programming language. The legal battle had Sun as a David with a vision of a networked future poised against the industry’s biggest Goliath – Microsoft and the Wintel monopoly. The analysis includes an environmental analysis; a Porters Five Forces analysis; a competitive analysis; an identification and analysis of Suns business level, corporate level and competitive strategies; an identification of Sunss core competencies (tangible and intangible resources, capabilities); a value chain analysis; a financial performance appraisal; and a SWOT analysis. KEYWORDS: computer networking java programming language microsoft antitrust competition strategy case solution. 12 pages, 26 footnotes,10 bibliographic sources. 3854 words.   $84
 
17951. CISCO SYSTEMS STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY. This paper provides an analysis and a case solution of a case study on Cisco Systems. The case is drawn from Hitt, Ireland, & Hoskissons Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalization. The time setting is late 1997-early 1998 and the convergence of voice, data and video has begun. Cisco, the market leader in data networking, must find a way to maintain its phenomenal growth rate in revenue and profitability within the new competitive environment of convergence. The analysis includes an environmental analysis; a Porters Five Forces analysis; a competitive analysis; an identification and analysis of Ciscos business level, corporate level and competitive strategies; an identification of Ciscos core competencies (tangible and intangible resources, capabilities); a value chain analysis; a financial performance appraisal; and a SWOT analysis. KEYWORDS: case studies convergence data networking voice video data Cisco systems 3com lucent case solution. Turabian style with endnotes. 11 pages, 26 footnotes, 12 bibliographic sources. 3,406 words.   $77
 
17950. AMAZON.COM STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY. This paper provides an analysis and case solution of a case study on Amazon.com. The case is drawn from Hitt, Ireland, & Hoskissons Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalization. The time is mid-1998, three years after Amazon's July 1995 founding. Yet to turn a profit, Amazon faces challenges as it struggles to achieve and maintain a sustainable competitive advantage. This case analysis considers how Amazon can best meet these challenges which include becoming profitable, integrating acquisitions and expanding product portfolio, and fending off competitors. The analysis includes an environmental analysis; a Porters Five Forces analysis; a competitive analysis; an identification and analysis of Amazon's business level, corporate level and competitive strategies; an identification of Amazon's core competencies (tangible and intangible resources, capabilities); a value chain analysis; a financial performance appraisal; and a SWOT analysis. KEYWORDS: case studies amazon online bookseller internet commerce marketing strategy five forces swot competitive strategy. Turabian style with endnotes. 12 pages, 22 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources case solution. 3,185 words.   $84
 
17760. DARK SCREEN CYBER-SECURITY: CASE STUDY. This paper analyzes a case study about a scenario-based cyber security exercise named Dark Screen. The case study analysis compares and discusses threats, vulnerabilities and risks; explains the concept of due diligence within the context of the case; and offers three recommendations on businesses might consider cyber-security differently. KEYWORDS: computer security case studies computer threats vulnerabilities virus term paper case solution. 7 pages, 3 footnotes, 1 bibliographic source. 1,555 words.   $49
 
17759. MICROSOFT SECURITY RESPONSE CENTER (A): IVEY CASE STUDY 9B01E019. This paper analyzes and provides a solution to a Richard Ivey School of Business case study (9B01E019) by Mike Wade and Jeffrey Clayman about a suspected security vulnerability in Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS) software. Key stakeholders and their major concerns are identified and discussed. The major concerns of the decision-maker are analyzed, including the ethical and practical considerations involved in cooperating with a known computer hacker to fix the problem as well as the advantages and disadvantages of making source code public to expedite fixes in the security vulnerabilities. The conclusion develops an action plan with a time-table for response. Includes an executive summary of the case study. KEYWORDS: computer security virus hacker Microsoft security vulnerabilities business ethics term paper case studies ivey business school case solution. 11 pages, 0 footnotes, 1 bibliographic source. 2,498 words.   $77
 
17734. KODAK AND THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION (A): HARVARD CASE STUDY 9-705-448. This paper presents a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution of a strategic management and marketing Harvard Business School case study (9-705-448) by Gavetti, Henderson, and Giorgi on Eastman Kodak company and the digital revolution in photography. After enjoying decades of market leadership in the analog photography and film business based on a highly successful “razor blades” strategy emphasizing the sale and processing of film, Kodak confronts the challenge of the disruptive technology of digital (film-less) photography. The essay begins with a problem summary. The paper includes an analysis of external factors in the general and task/industry environment (including a five forces analysis), an analysis of internal factors, a summary SWOT analysis, identification and analysis of alternative strategies, and recommendations for action and implementation. KEYWORDS: case studies kodak digital photography revolution eastman kodak company fuji film five forces swot disruptive technology strategic management competitive analysis globalization digital cameras case solution. APA style. 9 pages, 10 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 2302 words.

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17733. APPLE COMPUTER, 2006 HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 706496. This paper presents a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a popular Harvard Business School case study (706496) by David B. Yoffie and Michael Slind on strategy and marketing at Apple Computer in 2006. The central problem under consideration in the case analysis is how can Apple achieve a sustainable competitive advantage which will allow it to gain market share and increase profits and revenues in the highly competitive and rapidly changing market? The case analysis includes problem definition, analysis of external factors (societal and industry), analysis of internal factors, summary SWOT analysis, identification and evaluation of three alternative strategies, and recommendations with guidelines for implementation on adoption of a new strategy based on innovation of new products and innovative changes to existing product lines. APA style. 9 pages, 16 footnotes, 13 bibliographic sources. 2301 words.

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17715. GLOBAL WARMING: IS NUCLEAR POWER PART OF THE SOLUTION? This paper provides an overview and analysis of the problem of global warming and considers whether or not nuclear power can be part of the solution to the problem. The paper begins with an overview of the problem of global warming. The analysis includes a definition of global warming, a discussion of its major aspects, a review of scientific evidence demonstrating the existence of the problem, and an overview of the likely consequences of global warming. The analysis then considers strategies and steps might be taken to begin to address the problem. The second part of the paper considers whether or not nuclear power could be part of the solution to the problem of global warming. The analysis considers the both the advantages of increased reliance on nuclear energy and the risks associated with nuclear power. KEYWORDS: global warming greenhouse gases carbon emissions nuclear power. APA Style. 17 pages, 54 footnotes, 28 bibliographic sources. 4200 words.   $119
 
17707. THE INTERNET AND CONTEMPORARY COMPUTER CRIME. This paper provides an overview and analysis of Internet-mediated computer crimes and threats such as denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, phishing, pharming, phraud, spyware, ransomeware, and other forms of fraud and malicious hacking. The analysis discusses the scope of the overall problem and provides an overview of the latest forms and trends in Internet frauds, scams and hacking. The impact of the problem on both business and individual computer users is also considered. A concluding section considers the ethics of Internet crime from the three perspectives of deontology, utilitarianism, and relativism. KEYWORDS: internet web computer crime fraud phising pharming denial-of-service ddos spyware adware virus worm. APA Style. 12 pages, 51 footnotes, 32 bibliographic sources. 3,057 Words.   $84
 
17704. THE COST AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF HURRICANES KATRINA & RITA. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the likely cost and economic impact of the hurricanes that hit the Gulf Coast in August and September of 2005. The investigation considers both the costs and economic impact within regions directly affected by the storms as well as the potential national and international impact of the disaster. The paper begins with a discussion of the controversy over the early estimates on Katrina’s costs and a brief overview of the difficulties in estimating costs and/or economic impact in the period immediately following a disaster. KEYWORDS: disaster hurricane storm economic impact cost energy prices. APA Style. 13 pages, 56 footnotes, 33 bibliographic sources. 3,069 words.   $91
 
17629. THE FUTURE OF COMPUTER CRIME. This paper provides an overview and analysis of computer crime, with a focus on what computer crime will be like in the future. Following a review of literature on computer crime, the analysis discusses the worst case scenario, the best case scenario, and finally, the most logical scenario for the future of computer crime. The worst case scenario involves a massive cyberterrorism attack, the best case involves the elimination of computer crime (or at least its impact) via effective countermeasures; and the most likely scenario is that computer crime will persist and expand along with the simultaneous development of effective countermeasures. KEYWORDS: computer crime cyberterrorism cybercrime hacking denial of service worms virus futurism future scenarios countermeasures. APA Style. 22 pages, 71 footnotes, 14 bibliographic sources. 5,160 words.   $133
 
17620. DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT (DMCA) OF 1998. This paper analyzes the aspect of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that deals with the problem of Internet users illegally downloading and sharing copyrighted music and movie files. The paper examines four specific cases (along with other general legal actions) that are relevant to this effort: 1) the pre-DMCA case of Sony Corp. v. Universal City Studios; 2) A&M Records v. Napster; 3) MGM v. Grokster; and 4) RIAA v. Verizon Internet Services. In addition, the paper discusses the RIAA’s strategy of targeting individual users, as well as the implications of the rulings that have been made in the various cases. KEYWORDS: digital millennium copyright act dmca 1998 illegal downloading music movies business law. APA Style. 11 pages, 28 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 2,572 words.   $77
 
17592. VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (VOIP). Following an overview of the development of the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) which enables telephone calls to be conducted over the Internet as opposed to landlines, this paper discusses the impact of VoIP on the telecommunications industry and argues that the new technology is unlikely to literally destroy the industry, as some pessimists have predicted. It is nevertheless noted that VoIP will lead to substantial changes in the industry as the major phone companies struggle to adapt to the new realities of the marketplace and technological environment. KEYWORDS: telecommunications industry telephones voice over internet protocol voip VoIP. MLA Style. 8 pages, 19 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 1,902 words.   $56
 
17554. SUMMARY OF “TECHNOLOGY, TECHNIQUE, AND THE BODY” BY EDWARD TENNER. This paper provides a summary and analysis of Tenner’s article which considers the Louis Mumford-Jacques Ellul debate over whether technique drives technological innovation or vice versa. Tenner argues that the users of technologies (as well as the inventors) play an important role in making the technologies what they are. According to Tenner, techniques change both objects and bodies, and, through the process of adopting devices, “we change our social selves.” Just as natural selection shapes the appearance of non-human animals, technology helps to shape the identity of human beings. KEYWORDS: technology society techniques ellul mumford. MLA Style. 7 pages, 0 footnotes, 1 bibliographic source. 1,620 words.   $49
 
17452. CISCO SYSTEMS STRATEGY. Following a brief summary overview of the company, this paper provides a strategic analysis of Cisco Systems, looking at the company’s current strategy; its major strengths and central weaknesses; and the primary threats and opportunities in its external environment. A discussion of Cisco’s corporate and business strategy is followed by a summary S.W.O.T. (Strengths-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats) analysis. The second part of the paper presents recommendations for strategy and strategic adjustment at Cisco. KEYWORDS: Internet companies Cisco Systems networks IP telephony routers networking strategy. 13 pages, 43 footnotes, 25 bibliographic sources. 3084 words.   $91
 
17434. MICROSOFT: TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM) PLAN. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the benefits of Total Quality Management (TQM) for Microsoft and presents a plan for the implementation of a TQM program for the company. It is argued that to ensure survival over the long-term and to best ensure that it maintain competitive advantage, Microsoft must adopt TQM systems throughout its software development and product process as well as implement TQM in its delivery of software support services to its consumer, business and institutional customers. The paper provides a thorough overview of Microsoft’s quality problems. Microsoft’s recent initiatives aimed at improving quality are examined and discussed. The benefits of implementing TQM at Microsoft are summarized. The concluding section outlines a plan for implementing a TQM program covering both software development/marketing and post-marketing customer support and service. KEYWORDS: Microsoft computer software quality management TQM customer service. 15 pages, 49 footnotes, 36 bibliographic sources. 4,150 words.   $105
 
17409. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the impact and role of information technology on contemporary organizational communications. The focus of the analysis is on the role and impact of various integrated information and communication technologies (ICTs), such as email, video conferencing, groupware, instant messaging, and others on organizational communications and broader organizational relations. The investigation considers both the positive (e.g., productivity, efficiency, quality, and innovative-enhancing) and negative (e.g., liability issues, impact on motivation and creativity, time-wasting, etc.) impact of ICTs on organizations and organizational communications. The managerial communications implications of organizations’ adoption of ICTs are considered and discussed with recommendations for future practice. KEYWORDS: information technology organizational communications email groupware awareness monitoring instant messaging employee privacy employer liability. 18 pages, 47 footnotes, 17 bibliographic sources. 4,289 words.   $126
 
17379. WEB & IT HOSTING FACILITIES HARVARD CASE STUDY TECHNOLOGY NOTE 601134. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and solution to a Harvard Business School case study technology note (601134) by Robert D. Austin concerning the current conditions, trends, risks, opportunities, and future potential of the Web and IT (information technology) hosting facilities industry. The critical issue in this case concerns the fact that managers are now faced with new decisions about how to design and manage their underlying IT infrastructure. Specifically, they are faced with new decisions about whether or not to outsource their mission-critical IT systems to Web and IT hosting facilities. The paper includes problem identification, analysis of major issues, and recommendations. KEYWORDS: IT management web hosting case studies IT infrastructure mis case solution electronic commerce Internet. 8 pages, 0 footnotes, 0 bibliographic sources. 1,830 words.   $56
 
17377. CISCO SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE: ERP & WEB-ENABLED IT. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a popular Harvard Business School case study (301099) by Richard L. Nolan, Kelley Porter, and Christina Akers on Cisco Systems, Inc. circa 2000. The case focuses on Cisco’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation and launch of Web-enabled information technology. The analysis focuses on two critical issues: What were the main factors that led to Cisco’s successful ERP implementation? and 2) Can these factors be reliably replicated at other companies? KEYWORDS: cisco systems enterprise resource planning case studies erp internet based technologies case solution technological change. 6 pages, 0 footnotes, 0 bibliographic sources. 1,455 words.   $42
 
17271. ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE. This paper provides a review of the scholarly literature on accounting software for business use. After considering the general advantages of accounting software for business, the features and benefits of some of the specific software programs used for business accounting purposes are discussed. The analysis then considers key factors in businesses’ decision to adopt/not adopt accounting software. Cost, ease of use, customizability, vendor support, and the existence of special features are some of the critical factors in businesses’ adoption decisions. KEYWORDS: accounting software spreadsheets Quickbooks ERP Excel. 12 pages, 22 footnotes, 16 bibliographic sources. 2,882 words.   $84
 
17263. EBAY: STRATEGY. This paper provides a strategic analysis eBay’s organizational and marketing strategy. The paper includes an overview and analysis of eBay’s history, mission, current operations, strategies, and operating environment as well as an analysis of eBay’s position relative to its major competitors. The paper concludes with a summary S.W.O.T. analysis and recommendations on future adjustments to eBay’s strategy. KEYWORDS: eBay online auctions online marketplace strategy Amazon Yahoo expansion diversification Skype PayPal. APA Style. 15 pages, 68 footnotes, 49 bibliographic sources. 4,587 words.   $105
 
17188. MICROSOFT ANTITRUST LAWSUIT. This paper provides a summary overview and analysis of the Microsoft antitrust case (United States v. Microsoft), Civil Action No. 98-1232, U.S. District Court, D.C.). The claims and positions of both parties to the case are identified and explained. The precise charges the government raised against Microsoft are identified, and the legal basis for these charges explained. Microsoft’s responses to the charges are discussed and explained. The procedural (litigation) history of the case is summarized and the terms of the final settlement are reviewed and analyzed. The concluding section offers a personal assessment of the major issues in the case. Keywords: antitrust litigation Microsoft software windows anti-competitive bundling tie-ins. 12 pages; 32 footnotes; 20 bibliographic sources. 3,653 words.   $84
 
17162. THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS. Focusing primarily on cancer diagnosis, this paper explores the use of information technology as an aid to making diagnostic decisions. The development and use of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and their integration with clinical decision support systems (CDSS) for diagnostic problems are described and analyzed. Specific applications in breast cancer and prostate cancer diagnostic situations are described. The ethical, practical and technological limitations in IT-assisted medical diagnosis are considered. 11 pages; 38 footnotes; 15 bibliographic sources. 3,063 words.   $77
 
17161. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) FOR DECISION MAKING. This paper investigates and discusses the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for decision-making applications in the real world, including real estate development planning, agricultural development, environmental management, urban development, and public management. The existing and potential uses of GIS for decision making in watershed management, environmental protection, agricultural planning, agricultural/non-agricultural land allocation decisions, urban commercial development, and urban planning and management are described and discussed. Limitations and problems in GIS implementation and use within these contexts are also discussed. A concluding section looks at the future of GIS technologies and usages. 13 pages; 37 footnotes; 20 bibliographic sources. 3,586 words.   $91
 
17102. EMPLOYEE EMAIL, INTERNET USE & SEXUAL HARASSMENT. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the nexus between the increase in workplace based sexual harassment claims and the proliferation of work-based email and Internet use. The analysis begins with a general overview of the issue and recent trends. Following a brief review of the status of sexual harassment law as it applies to workplace settings, the investigation looks at how email and Internet technologies are implicated in sexual harassment and considers some of the reasons why these technologies have provoked harassment claims. The next section considers employer responses to the problem. The concluding section makes recommendations for addressing the problem. Keywords: sexual harassment employment email. KEYWORDS: sexual harassment employees email online pornography workplace. APA Style. 15 pages; 39 footnotes; 21 bibliographic sources. 4,542 words.   $105
 
15943. AMAZON.COM. This paper discusses both the successes and weaknesses of the Internet bookstore, including Amazon.com’s growth strategies, product development, and partnerships. Argues that Amazon may have spread itself too thin by pursuing so many different side interests (besides its main business of book selling). 6 pages; 23 footnotes; 5 bibliographic sources. 1,378 words.   $42
 
15926. COMPUTERS AND THE SCIENCE OF WEATHER FORECASTING. This paper describes how forecasts are made and how the use of computer models has developed over the years. Although computer-based forecasting has become increasingly sophisticated and accurate, there are still some areas in need of improvement, and such improvements can be expected with future developments in computer power and observation methods. 10 pages; 28 footnotes; 9 bibliographic sources.   $70
 
15907. THE APPLE IPOD. This paper provides an overview of the Apple iPod, its success, and the view that it will become a major element in Apple’s future growth. Includes a discussion of the product’s features, the related iTunes service (for downloading songs), the decision to make the product compatible for Windows users, marketing strategies, and data on sales and market share. 16 pages; 61 footnotes; 11 bibliographic sources.

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15832. BMW & AUDI: INTERNET MARKETING STRATEGIES. This paper examines how BMW and Audi use Internet strategies to build customer loyalty and meet other marketing goals. Argues that while Audi is able to remain competitive in this arena, BMW is overall in a much stronger position in terms of online marketing. 9 pages; 25 footnotes; 15 bibliographic sources.   $63
 
15797. THE NUMBER ZERO. This paper traces the history of the number zero and outlines its purpose in both ancient and modern times. Notes that zero in its modern conception arose about 200 A.D., but has historical roots dating back 5,000 years to the Sumerian culture. Explains the two major uses of zero (first, as a place indicator; second, to indicate a quantity of nothing) and their related concepts. 5 pages, 12 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.   $35
 
15792. THE INTERNET AND THE MAGAZINE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the current status and future prospects for the magazine industry in the age of the Internet. Briefly traces the history of the magazine industry and then profiles the current status of the industry in the U.S., focusing on the sharp decline in readership during the 1990's. Profiles the current online magazine industry and considers future prospects for online magazine publishing. Predicts that specialty publications will be more likely to prosper than general interest publications. 10 pages, 19 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources.   $70
 
15691. NOVELL VS. MICROSOFT: THE BATTLE FOR THE NETWORK REDUX. Taking the perspective of a consultant-advisor to Novell, this paper provides an overview and analysis of Novell's efforts to comeback and challenge Microsoft's competitive position in network operating systems and directories. The analysis begins with a review of Novell's first effort to challenge Microsoft. Following this, the analysis examines Novell's strategy and tactics in its current challenge to Microsoft. 10 pages, 36 footnotes, 20 bibliographic sources.   $70
 
15648. ONLINE GAMBLING: A SOCIO-LEGAL ANALYSIS. This paper provides a legal perspective on Internet gambling, examining the various social, political, and legal issues raised by the proliferation of this new form of gambling. Following an overview of the major political/social positions surrounding online gambling, the investigation profiles and legal position of Internet gambling, looking at state law, federal law, and proposed legislation. Concludes that existing federal and state law is adequate to prosecute Internet gambling operators, including those in foreign jurisdictions, yet notes that enforcement will remain problematic at best. KEYWORDS: internet casinos online gambling law gaming industry. APA Style. 15 pages, 43 footnotes, 16 bibliographic sources. 4,210 words.   $105
 
15628. SMALL BUSINESS PC PURCHASING. This paper presents a critical review of four brands of value-priced PC's appropriate for a small business buyer. The four brands under consideration are Dell, Compaq, Gateway and IBM. Since each of these brands encompasses considerable variation in computer power and design, for the purpose of this evaluation four value-priced Pentium-4 based PC's with comparable configurations are examined. The analysis compares the four representative models in terms of basic configuration, options, performance ratings, pricing, technical support, and purchase options, and then makes recommendation on purchase or lease. Information on each of the brands was gathered from each company's website, business PC reviews in computer magazines and e-zines, and a general search of the business literature. The paper also presents a brief review and recommendation the purchase/lease of a color printer and scanner. 8 pages, 14 footnotes, 14 bibliographic sources.   $56
 
15626. MATH TEACHER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING. This paper presents a rationale and design for a mathematics staff development symposium for beginning math teachers in a private school community and/or district. The symposium aims at imparting practical and theoretical knowledge necessary for effective mathematics teaching. The first section presents the rationale for the symposium through the use of a review of the literature on effective mathematics teaching, problems in existing match teacher preparation, and current trends in math teacher in-service training. Based on the problems and opportunities identified in this literature review, the symposium objectives are then presented. The next section details the general parameters of the program, its application to the district/community as a whole as well as to individual teachers; the program's foundation on the principles of adult development and learning; and the role of administration and parents. The final sections of the paper present a detailed outline of the proposed symposium, including a timeline and detailed methods of several aspects of the plan. KEYWORDS: teacher training mathematics education. APA Style. 25 pages, 51 footnotes, 34 bibliographic sources. 6,489 words.   $133
 
15622. MARKETING HEALTH INSURANCE ONLINE. This paper presents an Internet business plan for a fictional (a composite profile was formed based on a survey of the literature on insurance industry trends and composition) established brick-and-mortar health and life insurance broker. This presentation begins with a brief summary of the company and its mission (prior to the implementation of the Internet strategy). This is followed by an industry'/market analysis and description of the marketplace. The Internet business plan includes a company-specific products/services analysis; identification of the target market audience; a profile of the competition; plans for brand name development; articulation of the marketing, sales and promotion strategies; an outline of the customer service support plan; marketing budget and business profitability projections. During the course of the business plan, the presentation articulates a new mission statement for the Internet plan and specifically how the Internet plan dovetails with the existing company business model and mission. 15 pages, 41 footnotes, 25 bibliographic sources.   $105
 
15617. COMPUTER SECURITY FOR THE COMMON USER. Argues that the growth of the Internet and the expansion of e-commerce demands that most business and home users have a need for basic computer security measures. Reviews general computer security measures for the common user (viruses, encryption, authentication, privacy), security measures for consumers and business users involved in e-commerce (passwords, access control, malicious content, defense of corporate perimeter, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, etc.), administrative issues, and software and systems support. The analysis focuses on steps that the average user (at home and at work) should take to ensure secure Internet-based computer transactions. KEYWORDS: computer security home computer users firewalls virus protection passwords internet security. 25 pages, 45 footnotes in text, 33 bibliographic sources.   $133
 
15580. MILITARY HISTORY: OPERATION DESERT STORM AND THE USE OF INFORMATION WARFARE. This paper discusses how Desert Storm was a turning point in the use of Information Warfare (IW). The operation was the first major testing of information-based weapons, strategies and tactics. In addition, the quick Coalition victory was attributed in part to the successful use of IW, in contrast to the failure of Iraq's information-based systems. 8 pages, 27 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources.   $56
 
15537. PC SYSTEM FOR A SMALL BUSINESS OFFICE. Discusses the minimum specifications for a system, with emphasis on the need for reliability (e.g., adequate warranty and tech support services). The Gateway lease program is recommended; in addition, a Hewlett-Packard multifunction device is recommended for meeting the business' printing, scanning, faxing and photocopying needs. 7 pages, 15 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources.   $49
 
15536. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A SMALL BUSINESS OFFICE'S COMPUTER SYSTEM. Compares brands and concludes with a recommendation of a Dell PC system with Epson printer and scanner. Also argues for purchasing the equipment outright rather than leasing. 6 pages, 17 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.   $42
 
15514. MISLEADING STATISTICS ON THE HEALTH RISKS OF SECOND-HAND SMOKING. Although there are clearly health risks associated with smoking, the paper argues that the statistical data used to support policies to ban public smoking are often "manipulated" (i.e., the studies contain methodological flaws, misrepresentations or exaggerations). It is concluded that more impartial studies are needed in order to better guide policy in the future. 6 pages, 9 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.   $42
 
15493. WELLS FARGO.COM VERSUS NETBANK. "Clicks & Bricks" versus "Clicks and Clicks" in Internet Banking. This term paper provides an overview and comparative analysis of a pure-Internet and a "clicks and mortar" Internet bank, specifically examining the biggest Internet-only (NetBank) and the biggest real-world based Internet banking competitor (Wells Fargo.com). Following a profile and analysis of the Internet banking operating environment, the paper compares Wells Fargo & NetBank using a SWOT analysis. KEYWORDS: banking industry internet banks online banking swot marketing strategy competitive analysis term paper. APA Style. 11 pages, 32 footnotes, 20 bibliographic references.   $77
 
15492. THE IMPACT OF COMPUTER HACKERS ON ONLINE BUSINESSES. Discussed various types of attacks, including denial of service attacks and attacks that have been made on Microsoft Corporation. It is argued that small businesses as well as large ones are vulnerable to hackers; it is also argued that hacking is a serious and ongoing problem, and therefore businesses need to keep up with the latest technologies, just as hackers do. 11 pages, 36 footnotes, 17 bibliographic references.   $77
 
15491. COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST HACKERS. This paper is concerned with what businesses can do to protect themselves against computer hackers. Includes the need for a formal security program, the use of computer programs such as firewalls, the controversy of hiring "good" hackers to fight "bad" hackers, and other issues. 10 pages, 32 footnotes, 20 bibliographic references.   $70
 
15471. COMPAQ COMPUTER COMPANY IN CRISIS. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the problems and challenges at Compaq Computer Corporation in 2001. Following an overview of the central components and trends in the industry and operating environment, as well as a review of Compaq's background and history, the analysis considers the scope of Compaq's crisis and its potential for resolution. KEYWORDS: compaq computers troubled organization term paper. APA Style. 10 pages, 28 footnotes, 21 bibliographic references.   $70
 
15446. BUSINESS WEB STRATEGIES: BUSINESS & THE INTERNET. Written after the Year 2000 dot-com shake-out, this paper provides a comprehensive review of the current business literature on business and the Internet. Considers appropriate and alternative Web strategies for today's businesses. Provides a brief overview of how the Internet works and Web page design; reviews important issues such as product/service selection, Internet marketing, selling on the Web, electronic payment systems, security issues, and legal and ethical issues on the Web. Describes how the central topics/issues above should be incorporated into the prototypical idealized Web-based business. KEYWORDS: business internet web strategy online business. APA Style. 31 pages, 98 footnotes, 49 bibliographic references.   $133
 
15428. COMPUTERIZED MEDICATION PRESCRIBING: A HIGH TECH SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM OF MEDICATION ERRORS. This paper provides an overview and analysis of one important method for preventing and reducing medication errors: electronic drug prescribing. It is argued that electronic drug prescribing has the potential to dramatically reduce medication errors and their related adverse drug events by directly addressing errors and/or problems which occur during the ordering process by ensuring the legibility of prescriptions, correcting for misspelling or inadvertent ‘wrong choice' drugs, and alerting the prescribing physician to proper dosing, potential drug interactions and patient contraindications, and alternative "better" choice medications. It is further argued that electronic drug prescribing will serve to reduce medication errors and related ADEs by improving physician-nurse medication-related communication and contributing to improvements in nursing efficiency which will in turn lead to better patient care and patient safety. 12 pages, 34 footnotes, 20 bibliographic references.   $84
 
15236. CLICKS VERSUS BRICKS: ONLINE BANKING. This investigation considers the future of online versus brick-and-mortar banking. Drawing on a review of current literature on Internet banking, the analysis seeks to test the validity of two hypotheses related to the topic of online versus brick-and-mortar banking: 1) H1: Internet banking (and by implication, Internet banks) will supersede brick-and-mortar banking (and banks) in importance within the next few years: and 2) H2: Internet banking will be an important but not dominant new channel for banking. The analysis rejected H1 and found conditional support for H2. Concludes that the future of banking is multichannel, with the Internet functioning as just one of several channels. KEYWORDS: Internet banking term paper online banks marketing. 19 pages, 78 footnotes, 39 bibliographic references.   $133
 
15228. THE USE OF AUTOPILOTS AND GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS IN AIRCRAFT. Autopilot systems detect deviations in programmed flight plans and make automatic corrections, while global positioning systems use satellites in order to obtain accurate information about craft's position and velocity. This paper explains how these computerized systems work and notes that they are increasingly being used by aircraft pilots. 11 pages, 34 footnotes, 7 bibliographic references.   $77
 
15202. VENTURE CAPITALISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS. Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of new and growing businesses using venture capital, from the perspectives of both venture capitalists and entrepreneurs. Includes a discussion of the role of venture capital in the Internet boom of the 1990s, and how the decline in the boom led to a new attitude of caution among venture capitalists. 12 pages, 33 footnotes, 9 bibliographic references.   $84
 
15129. KANT AND POLITICAL PROPAGANDA. Analyzes a case of Internet political spam in the 2000 election as an ethical problem. Kant's categorical imperative is seen as more moral than a utilitarian, hedonistic or consequentialism ethical interpretation. 10 pages, 9 footnotes, 6 bibliographic references.   $70
 
15122. IRIDIUM PHONES: A FAILED PRODUCT INNOVATION. This termpaper provides an overview and analysis of the Iridium satellite phone system (Iridium LLC), with a focus on the critical factors in Iridium's failure. Following an introduction and summary of the Iridium project and its importance as an innovation in telecommunications, the research paper analyzes Iridium's strengths and weaknesses along with the key factors leading to the project's (and company's) failure. A concluding essay considers some of the lessons learned from this failed innovation. KEYWORD: new product failure satellite phone iridium innovation failure term paper. 12 pages + 1 page Appendix; 41 footnotes, 27 bibliographic sources. 4,321 words.   $84
 
15118. TELECOMMUTING. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the current status of telecommuting in the United States. Defines telecommuting and outlines its history, discusses the varieties of telecommuting, its prevalence in certain industries and occupations, and outlines the current scope of telecommuting. Details the impact of telecommuting on workers, managers, and organizations, discussing both the benefits (e.g., productivity increases, reduced overhead costs, better employee retention, improvements in job satisfaction) and downsides (e.g., security issues, safety issues, impact on employee-supervisor relations) to telecommuting. KEYWORDS: telecommuting remote work virtual employment term paper. APA Style. 22 pages, 52 footnotes, 28 bibliographic sources. 5,299 words.   $133
 
15107. KANT'S CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE APPLIED TO AN ETHICAL PROBLEM OF INTERNET PRIVACY. This essay analyzes a specific case involving the issue of Internet privacy, "permission based marketing," and the ethics of personal information marketing, using the some widely recognized tests: Kant's categorical imperative, ends and means, act or rule utilitarianism, applied from the eudaimonitic or hedonistic point of view. KEYWORDS: kant categorical imperative utilitarianism ethics internet privacy. MLA Style. 9 pages, 8 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.   $63
 
15098. BRITISH MATHEMATICIAN ALAN TURING. This paper provides a biography of the life and work of British mathematician Alan Turing. The paper discusses Turing’s personal life, including his homosexuality, atheism, slovenly appearance, and suicide; and explores his professional contributions, including cracking the Nazi Enigma code during World War II, and his pioneering contributions to computing and artificial intelligence with the Universal Turing Machine, the Automatic Computing Engine, and the Turing test. KEYWORDS: alan turing mathematician code breaker computing. MLA Style. 8 pages, 12 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.   $56
 
15075. THE U.S. SOFTWARE INDUSTRY. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the fast-growing and highly competitive U.S. software industry. Following a brief descriptive overview of the software industry, the industry environment and competitive structure are examined through a PEST (Political, Economical, Socio-cultural and Technological) analysis and through the use of Porter's (1985) Five Forces Model. A concluding section draws upon the results of the industry analysis to set forth a mission statement for a proposed new industry competitor. The mission statement follows the parameters of the Ashridge Mission Model, encompassing its four central components of purpose, strategy, values and behavioral standards. KEYWORDS: computer software industry competitive analysis term paper. APA Style. 16 pages, 43 footnotes, 35 bibliographic references. 4,227 words.   $112
 
15054. AMAZON.COM: ONLINE RETAILER PROFILE. A profile of the world's largest online retailer. Examines Amazon.com's history, current operations, general strategy, marketing strategy, financial position, organizational culture and employee relations. A concluding section considers the dot-com's long-term chances of success. The outlook is not optimistic. KEYWORDS: amazon term paper online retailer strategy company marketing profile internet. APA Style. 21 pages, 56 footnotes, 31 bibliographic sources.   $133
 
15014. INTERNET GAMBLING. This paper provides an overview and analysis of Internet gambling. Following an overview and profile of the history and current scope of the Internet gambling and a discussion of the reasons why the U.S. is likely to continue to maintain a strong position against Internet gambling, the research paper reviews the various legal and regulatory approaches to curtailing Internet gambling. Included is a discussion of the varied approaches of non-U.S. jurisdictions and the treatment of Internet gambling under international law; existing and proposed federal law concerning Internet gambling; and state laws on Internet gambling and a review of recent federal and state court cases concerning Internet gambling. The concluding section speculates on the future of Internet gambling and makes recommendations on federal/state action in this arena. KEYWORDS: internet gambling online gaming term paper. 27 pages, 105 footnotes, 41 bibliographic sources. 9,123 words.   $133
 
14902. MICROSOFT SECURITY RESPONSE CENTER (A) IVEY CASE STUDY 9B01E019. This paper provides an analysis of a Richard Ivey School of Business case study (9B01E019) concerning a suspected security vulnerability in Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS) software. Following an executive summary of the case study, the paper identifies key stakeholders and the major concerns of each stakeholder; analyzes the major concerns of the decision-maker in the case; develops an action plan with time-table for response; considers the ethical and practical issues in cooperating with a hacker to fix the problem; and discusses pros and cons of making source code public to expedite corrections of security vulnerabilities. KEYWORDS: computer security virus hacker Microsoft security vulnerabilities case studies ivey business case solution. 11 pages, 0 footnotes, 1 bibliographic source. 2,497 words.   $77
 
14901. DARK SCREEN CYBER-SECURITY CASE STUDY. This paper provides an analysis and case solution to a case study concerning a scenario-based cyber security exercise called Dark Screen. Following an executive summary of the case study, the paper compares and discusses threats, vulnerabilities and risks; explains the concept of due diligence within the context of the case; and presents three recommendations on how to view cyber-security differently. KEYWORDS: case solution computer security case study computer threats vulnerabilities virus case studies. 7 pages, 3 footnotes, 1 bibliographic source. 1,557 words.   $49
 
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