Georgia Southern University

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  • White Papers // May 2013

    Datacenter Changes Vs. Employment Rates for Datacenter Managers: In the Cloud Computing Era

    Due to the evolving Cloud Computing paradigm, there is a prevailing concern that in the near future data center managers may be in short supply. Cloud computing, as a whole, is becoming more prevalent into today's computing world. In fact, cloud computing has become so popular that some are now...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Hybrid Microdata via Model-Based Clustering

    In this paper the authors propose a new scheme for statistical disclosure limitation which can be classified as a hybrid method of protection, that is, a method that combines properties of perturbative and synthetic methods. This paper is based on model-based clustering with the subsequent synthesis of the records within...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Developing the IT Disaster Recovery Planning Construct

    IT disaster recovery planning is no longer an option. Reliable IT services have become an integral part of most business processes. To ensure the continued provision of information technology, firms must engage in IT disaster recovery planning. Surprisingly, there is little research on this topic. The authors posit that this...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    The Conflict Between Work And Family Roles: The Effects On Managers' Reliance On Information Sources

    Decisions made by managers in response to common workplace events often have important consequences. These decisions can include dealing with issues related to personnel, resources or procedures. A logic-based decision-making process requiring substantial information search and analysis can be very complex and time consuming. Managers frequently face conflicting demands for...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Communities, Voices and Portals of Engagement

    What are the portals through which the authors uncover new perspectives, new approaches and new audiences for sharing the scholarship? The scholarship of teaching and learning creates opportunities for the emergence of new communities of practice across disciplines. Specific "Portals of Engagement" invite new partnerships for engagement, along with the...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Synchronous Replication of Remote Storage

    Storage replication is one of the essential requirements for network environments. While many forms of Network Attached Storage (NAS), Storage Area Networks (SAN) and other forms of network storage exist, there is a need for a reliable synchronous storage replication technique between distant sites (> 1 mile). Such technology allows...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Effect Of Work - Family Role Conflict On Business Startup Decision-Making Processes

    Many important strategic decisions made by business owners in the early stages of operation are both commonly encountered and have important consequences. These decisions relate to the initial configuration of the business regarding the initial business scope and size and procurement of the resources necessary for that configuration. A logic-based...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Private Sector Versus Public Sector Research on Software Project Management: An Exploratory Study

    Project managers typically set three success criteria for their projects: meet specifications, be on time, and be on budget. However, software projects frequently fail to meet these criteria. Software engineers, acquisition officers, and project managers have all studied this issue and made recommendations for achieving success. But most of this...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Hybrid Microdata via Model-Based Clustering

    In this paper the authors propose a new scheme for statistical disclosure limitation which can be classified as a hybrid method of protection, that is, a method that combines properties of perturbative and synthetic methods. This paper is based on model-based clustering with the subsequent synthesis of the records within...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Datacenter Changes Vs. Employment Rates for Datacenter Managers: In the Cloud Computing Era

    Due to the evolving Cloud Computing paradigm, there is a prevailing concern that in the near future data center managers may be in short supply. Cloud computing, as a whole, is becoming more prevalent into today's computing world. In fact, cloud computing has become so popular that some are now...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Synchronous Replication of Remote Storage

    Storage replication is one of the essential requirements for network environments. While many forms of Network Attached Storage (NAS), Storage Area Networks (SAN) and other forms of network storage exist, there is a need for a reliable synchronous storage replication technique between distant sites (> 1 mile). Such technology allows...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Developing the IT Disaster Recovery Planning Construct

    IT disaster recovery planning is no longer an option. Reliable IT services have become an integral part of most business processes. To ensure the continued provision of information technology, firms must engage in IT disaster recovery planning. Surprisingly, there is little research on this topic. The authors posit that this...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Private Sector Versus Public Sector Research on Software Project Management: An Exploratory Study

    Project managers typically set three success criteria for their projects: meet specifications, be on time, and be on budget. However, software projects frequently fail to meet these criteria. Software engineers, acquisition officers, and project managers have all studied this issue and made recommendations for achieving success. But most of this...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Communities, Voices and Portals of Engagement

    What are the portals through which the authors uncover new perspectives, new approaches and new audiences for sharing the scholarship? The scholarship of teaching and learning creates opportunities for the emergence of new communities of practice across disciplines. Specific "Portals of Engagement" invite new partnerships for engagement, along with the...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Effect Of Work - Family Role Conflict On Business Startup Decision-Making Processes

    Many important strategic decisions made by business owners in the early stages of operation are both commonly encountered and have important consequences. These decisions relate to the initial configuration of the business regarding the initial business scope and size and procurement of the resources necessary for that configuration. A logic-based...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    The Conflict Between Work And Family Roles: The Effects On Managers' Reliance On Information Sources

    Decisions made by managers in response to common workplace events often have important consequences. These decisions can include dealing with issues related to personnel, resources or procedures. A logic-based decision-making process requiring substantial information search and analysis can be very complex and time consuming. Managers frequently face conflicting demands for...

    Provided By Georgia Southern University