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Vce it theory slideshows

Websites & Data

VCE IT Theory Slideshows

By Mark Kelly

[email protected]

Vceit.com


Contents
Contents

  • 01. why organisations acquire data via websites

  • 02. why individuals and organisations supply data via websites

  • 03. techniques for acquiring data on websites

  • 04. techniques for protecting the rights of individuals and organisations supplying data



Huh?

  • “Why acquire data via websites?” is a bit misleading. The reason for acquiring the data is not the point.

  • Better to ask: “Why use websites to acquire data?”


Why use websites to acquire data
Why use websites to acquire data?

  • Cheap!

    • Compared to international phone call or even mailing a paper-based order

  • 24-hour customer access

    • Important in a global market with many time zones


Why use websites to acquire data1
Why use websites to acquire data?

  • Instant!

    • No delay for post

    • No phone queues

  • Improved efficiencies through direct data entry by customers

    • e.g. When ordering goods, customer does entry rather than employee having to do it


Why use websites to acquire data2
Why use websites to acquire data?

  • Improvements in effectiveness

    • increased accuracy if visitors enter their own data

    • less chance of error due to thick accents in a phone order

    • data can be processed automatically once entered

    • typed data easier to read than handwritten


Why use websites to acquire data3
Why use websites to acquire data?

  • access to global market

    • people can order from anywhere on the planet

    • massively increased catchment, especially for rare & exotic goods


Why use websites to acquire data4
Why use websites to acquire data?

  • Can use prompts to collect the right data

  • Use controls like radio buttons to enforce data integrity

  • Use validation tools to make sure it’s in the right format


Why use websites to acquire data5
Why use websites to acquire data?

  • People are put off by having to email, write or phone



Why supply data via websites
why supply data via websites?

  • Purchasing of goods and services,

  • Social networking

    • Reach a broad audience

  • Exchanging information

    • Forums, wikis, blogs

  • Immediate results

  • Anonymity


Why supply data via websites1
why supply data via websites?

  • Voting

    • E.g. In community sites



Techniques for acquiring data on websites1
techniques for acquiring data on websites

  • Collating data from entries in a web form


Techniques for acquiring data on websites2
techniques for acquiring data on websites

  • Providing a web forum

  • Online chat



Techniques for acquiring data on websites4
techniques for acquiring data on websites

  • Accessing an online database

  • Accessing an intranet or extranet

  • Hosting a mailing list

  • Allow visitors to upload files to the site



Protecting the rights of those who supply data
protecting the rights of those who supply data organisations supplying data

  • security protocols

    • SSL or TLS encryption

    • File encryption

    • Logins with usernames and passwords.

    • Using Captcha to deter robotic logins.

    • Automatic timeout of idle connections.

    • Requiring strong passwords.


Protecting the rights of those who supply data1
protecting the rights of those who supply data organisations supplying data

  • stating policies regarding

    • Privacy

    • Shipping

    • Returns


Protecting peoples’ rights organisations supplying data

  • stating policies regarding

    • Privacy

  • a contacts link for people to use in case their rights may not have been protected.


Protecting the rights of those who supply data2
protecting the rights of those who supply data organisations supplying data

  • Sending a verification email before

    • signing someone up to a mailing list or a site

    • changing a password

  • Requiring strong passwords.

  • Using secret questions to back up passwords.

  • Only allowing password changes by sending an email to a user’s registered email address.


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VCE IT THEORY SLIDESHOWS organisations supplying data

By Mark Kelly

[email protected]

vceit.com

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