Archive about 'Conceptual Framework'

Understand IP Address

Tweet In this computer network world, IP address is a must know term otherwise it might be quite embarrassing when people ask you for it. This article provides a basic understand of IP address and the type of IP address What is IP Address? Stands for “Internet protocol” Is a number that uniquely identifies a […]

C++ Programming Language

Tweet Append below some basic understanding of C++ Programming language: 1.      Is a general purpose programming language that is considered a mid-level language due to its leniency towards both high-level and low-level functionalities. 2.      In 1979, an employee of Bell Labs, Dr. Bjarne Stroustrup, developed C++ as an improvement on the existing C programming language, […]

FORTRAN Programming Language

Tweet Append below some basic understanding of FORTRAN Programming language: 1.      Originally derived from the IBM Mathematical Formula Translating System. 2.      Primarily used in the scientific and engineering communities, who rely on this ancient high-level programming language to perform some of the most meticulous supercomputing tasks such as computational fluid dynamics, computational chemistry, quantum chromodynamics, […]

COBOL Programming Language

Tweet Append below some basic understanding of COBOL Programming language: 1.      An acronym that stands for Common Business-Oriented Language 2.      Is a third generation programming language (3GL) 3.      Also one of the oldest programming languages that is still in use today. 4.      Its primary use is in the fields of business, finance, and administrative systems […]

BASIC Programming Language

Tweet Append below some basic understanding of BASIC Programming language: 1.       BASIC (which is an acronym for Beginner’s All-Purpose Symbolic Introduction Code) was developed in 1963 by two Dartmouth students, John George Kennedy and Thomas Eugene Kurtz, as a way to provide access to computers for students that were not science majors. 2.       Developed as […]

Accounting Information Systems:Basic Of E-Business ( Part 1)

Tweet This article explains: ·  what e-business is and the difference between e-business and e-commerce; ·  the different type of e-business model; and ·  key critical factor for e-business success. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN E-BUSINESS & E-COMMERCE E-Business:   Refer to all uses of advances in information technology (IT) particularly networking and communications technology to improve the […]

Accounting Information Systems: Characteristic Of Useful Information

Tweet In the earlier article, we understand that data is merely raw materials, it needs to be converted ( collected, processed, classified ,etc) into useful/meaningful facts  so as to enable Management to made decisions. So what are the criteria of being consider as USEFUL information? CHARACTERISTIC OF USEFUL INFORMATION Relevant Information is relevant if it […]

Accounting Information Systems: Data & Information

Tweet Difference Between Data And Information   Data   Data refers to any an all of the facts that are collected, stored, and processed by an information system. For any activity, normally three kinds of data need to be collected: facts about the event itself, resources affected by that event and the agents who participated […]

Accounting Information Systems: What, Functions, Importance and Role (Part 1)

Tweet As accounting has it primary objective of providing information useful to decision makers, the understanding of the role play by Accounting Information Systems is critical to many accountants. It’s important to understand how the accounting systems work: how to collect data about an organization’s activities and transactions; how to transform that data into information […]