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Business Policies, Processes and Structure

The Business Policies, Processes and Structure guide provides business policies, business processes and a business structure designed to ensure both efficiency and accountability. When followed, it will help make your organization structurally effective with appropriate interrelationships between groups to support proper communication.

In addition to policies it provides software management information, project business requirements gathering, a disaster recovery summary, risk assessment information and security controls.

Security Policies

A Security Policies document discusses types of security policies that should be implemented in many organizations and provides examples of some security policies.

Agustin's Linux Manual

The Computer Technology Documentation Project is pleased to host the online version of four volumes of Agustin Velasco's Series about Linux

  1. Volume 1 - Installation and Internet.
  2. Volume 2 - System Administration.
  3. Volume 3 - Multimedia and Hardware Installation.
  4. Volume 4 - Networks and Servers.

A Practical approach to EnterPrise Java Beans

A Practical approach to EnterPrise Java Beans - Originally written in Power Point format this guide by Kantimahanti.N.S.Prasad teaches component technology characteristics, standard infrastructure needs , containers, J2EE architecture and its components, EJB model, EJB specifications and roles , types of beans , EJB interfaces and session contexts, life cycles of different beans, and more.


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