Tag Archives: Computers

CEH, Certified Ethical Hacker : exam guide : all-in-one / Matt Walker

Call number: QA76.3 .W3344 2012

Get complete coverage of all the objectives included on the EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker exam inside this comprehensive resource. Written by an IT security expert, this authoritative guide covers the vendor-neutral CEH exam in full detail. You’ll find learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, exam tips, practice exam questions, and in-depth explanations. Designed to help you pass the exam with ease, this definitive volume also serves as an essential on-the-job reference.
COVERS ALL EXAM TOPICS, INCLUDING:

  • Introduction to ethical hacking
  • Cryptography
  • Reconnaissance and footprinting
  • Network scanning
  • Enumeration
  • System hacking
  • Evasion techniques
  • Social engineering and physical security
  • Hacking web servers and applications
  • SQL injection
  • Viruses, trojans, and other attacks
  • Wireless hacking
  • Penetration testing

CD-ROM FEATURES:

  • Two practice exams
  • PDF copy of the book
  • Bonus appendix with author’s recommended tools, sites, and references

Matt Walker, CEHv7, CPTS, CNDA, CCNA, MCSE, has held a wide variety of IT security teaching, writing, and leadership roles, including director of the Network Training Center on Ramstein AB, Germany, and IT security manager for Lockheed Martin at Kennedy Space Center. He is currently a security engineer for Hewlett-Packard.

 

Google+ for business : how Google’s social network changes everything / Chris Brogan

Call number: HM742 .B76 2012

Every week, millions more people sign up for Google+: Suddenly, it’s today’s hottest new social network. Google+ for Business reveals why Google+ offers business opportunities available nowhere else–and helps you grab those opportunities now, before your competitors do. Top social media professional speaker and business advisor Chris Brogan shows how to get great results fast, without wasting time–and without wasting a dime. Brogan guides you through using Google+ for promotion, customer service, community building, referrals, collaboration, and a whole lot more. You won’t just master innovative new tools like Circles and Hangouts: You’ll use them to generate more customers and more cash!

  • Make the right first moves after you’ve signed up for Google+
  • Take advantage of links between Google+ and Google search
  • Define the best Google+ strategy and tactics for your business
  • Create a business page that attracts new paying customers
  • Integrate Google+ into your current online/digital strategies
  • Learn how your customers are using Google+–and give them what they’re looking for
  • Use Circles to organize your contacts and interactions more effectively
  • Create Google+ posts that draw attention and spark conversations
  • Master warm selling on Google+
  • Build a simple, low-cost content strategy around Google+
  • Grow your audience and share others’ valuable content
  • Discover new ways to derive even more value from Google+

(From Google Books)

E-business and e-commerce management : strategy, implementation, and practice / Dave Chaffey

Call number: HF5548.32 .C472 2007

This book provides the most versatile introduction to e-business and e-commerce available. It is understandable by MBA, Masters and undergraduate students alike. It targets students who struggle with technology and converts them into people who aspire to work in the industry’ Ben Clegg Aston Business School ‘I strongly recommENDE-Business and E-Commerce Management to my students. It covers a wide range of e-business applications, offers a valuable selection of real-world cases and provides a bank of online resources that really help students to get the most from their course.’ Jenny Backhouse University of New South Wales, Australia ‘This is by far the best coverage on the subject and the companion website is unparalleled.’ Marc Macaluso Purdue University Calumet, USA Stay ahead! In today’s fast-paced world of continuous technological development and change you need to know the latest thinking on best practice for e-business.
In the third EDITION of E-Business and E-Commerce Management, leading AUTHORity Dave Chaffey brings the most up-to-date academic thinking and professional practice together in one place. This bestselling text covers all aspects of e-business focusing on sales and marketing, as well as detailing procurement, supply chains, and the legal and security considerations. It has a range of features to help you learn effectively including margin definitions, international case studies, activities and web links. Here are just a few reasons why you should read E-Business and E-commerce Management: Learn from in-DEPTH cases on global organisations such as Amazon, the BBC and eBay, on regional companies such as Tesco.com and dabs.com, and on start-ups such as Northwest Supplies and Zopa.com Get the latest on new e-business technologies and ‘Web 2.0’ applications including blogging, Really Simple Syndication (RSS), instant messaging, podcasting, digital TV and mobile marketing Understand the challenges of security in the face of hacking, viruses, SPAM, identity theft, and the legal constraints on data protection, privacy and accessibility Keep up with cutting-edge e-marketing and E-CRM techniques, such as affiliate, search engine and viral marketing, and the use of ‘customer personas’ and value analysis Learn a structured approach to plan and implement, assess and improve e-business strategy for different types of organisation. Developed for students studying e-business and e-commerce at undergraduate or postgraduate level, and also used by many business managers, E-Business and E-Commerce Management is the essential text to keep pace with technology, strategy and implementation. Dave Chaffey (www.davechaffey.com) is an e-business consultant and visiting lecturer on e-business courses at Warwick University and Cranfield School of Management. (From Google Books)

Scan me : everybody’s guide to the magical world of QR codes– barcodes, mobile devices and hyperlinking the real to the virtual / Mick Winter

Call number: HF5416 .W56 2011

Imagine you could hold your mobile phone up to an image, and magically summon any information you wished.You see a movie poster and wonder if the movie is worth seeing. Zap! You’re watching the movie’s trailer. You see a restaurant menu and wonder about the food. Zap! You’re reading reviews from people who ate there. You’re at a subway stop. Zap! You’re seeing the actual arrival time of the next train. You see a magazine ad for a product and want to buy it. Zap! You’ve placed the order.
How does this magic happen? With something called a QR Code. If you have a business …(From Barnes & Noble)

Computer Basics Workshops provided by the Library

The Library is providing workshops to answer questions about the basics of using computers in an academic environment.  The workshops will be offered at the Rudisill, Coliseum, and North Campuses on the following days and times:
Computer Basics 1 – Logging-in, using the mouse, accessing the Internet, keyboard commands, organizing folders and files
Tuesday, January 17, 5:15 – 6:15, Harshman 1220
Monday, January 23, 11:30 – 12:30, Harshman 1220
Monday, March 19, 11:30 – 12:30, Harshman 1220
Tuesday, March 20, 12:30 – 1:30, Coliseum 2318
Computer Basics 2 – Using the mouse, keyboard shortcuts, creating and saving Word documents, using graphics
Wednesday, January 18, 5:15 – 6:15, Coliseum 2318
Tuesday, January 24, 12:30 – 1:30, Coliseum 2318
Tuesday, March 20, 5:15 – 6:15, Harshman 1220
Wednesday, March 21, 12:30 – 1:30, Coliseum 2318
Combined Computer Basics 1 and 2 – Covers topics in both Computer Basics 1 and 2
Monday, January 9, 5:00 – 6:15, Rudisill Computer Lab 1
Wednesday, January 11, 8:30 – 9:45 AM, Rudisill Computer Lab 1
Wednesday, January 18, 8:30 – 9:45 AM, Rudisill Computer Lab 1
Monday, January 23, 5:00 – 6:15, Rudisill Computer Lab 1
Wednesday, January 25, 8:30 – 9:45 AM, Rudisill Computer Lab 1
Campus Connect and Blackboard – Using Campus Connect for common tasks, using Blackboard and accessing Ivy Tech email
Wednesday, January 25, 12:30 – 1:30, Coliseum 2318
Wednesday, March 21, 5:15 – 6:15, Harshman 1220
Have any questions?  Please feel free to contact me at (260) 480-4195 or by replying to this email.