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Lecture E-Business Technologies, BCM1, SS 2009

  1. MP3 voice records of the lecture
  2. Presentations
  3. Recommended Books
  4. Online-sources
  5. Support for e-learning
  6. Old examinations

The lecture was given by Prof. Dr. Eduard Heindl during winter term 2010 at the Hochschule Furtwangen University faculty business information systems, course: BCM Business Consulting (Master) E-Business

Lecture every Friday 9:30 and 11:15 room I 2.18,
no lecture: 29 oct, 19 nov, 10 dec 2010,(and one more)
additional lectures: 17 dec 2010 9:30-17:15, 14, 21, 28 jan 2011 9:30-17:15

Lecture notes from a student, content not checked

Every participant has to prepare a presentation including a term paper (30% of final mark)

Writen examination: Monday 31 Januar 2011 17:30 Room I 2.18 (70% of final mark)

Results
comments from other students 2008
Comments from 2008

Presentations:

Select your topic here and please read the instructions!

Date Topic Student
17. DecMarketing using Facebook Nithin Vellappali
17. DecBest practice of youtube marketing Ramesh Gadhamsetty
17. DecIs there a solution to email spam PDF Presentation pptx Di Xu
17. DecSome good online archive systems for data backup PDF Presentation PPTX Varun Sud
17. Decwebsite or environment for ideas (PDF) Dai Wang
17. DecThe concept and business usage of paypal PDF Changzhe Yin
21. JanIs Google Docs useful for business PDF Presentation ppt Jan RIske
21. JanSearch engines in China and the user PDFYang Li
21. JanWhy is Wikipedia so successful PDF presentation pptxSuresh Balajee
21. JanHow do computer virus use webpages for distribiution PDF Selvakumar Sithavan
21. JanComparison of different voip systems PDF presentation pdf M.Jawad Anwar
21. JanCloud Computing PDF Presentation PDF Bhupesh Sardana
21. JanSearch engine beyond Google PDF Fenghao,Gu
28. Jan(retry) Marketing using Facebook pdf Presentation pptx Nithin Vellappali
28. JanXML formats for business data exchange pdf Presentation pptx Pankaj Giri
28. JanWhat makes the top 10 Websites top? pdf Miguel Gomez
28. JanCompare the iPhone with Android phones pdf Presentation pptxAurel Jamilov
28. JanTCO Total Cost of Ownership prediction at SAP Kevinb Laubis
28. JanHow is a PDF document organized pdf Presentation pptx Muhammad Saqlain
28. JanSearch engine beyond Google pdf Presentation pptxShuang Kang
28. Dec(retry) Best practice of youtube marketing pdf Presentation pptx Ramesh Gadhamsetty
28. JanHow to make Money with Google Adsense pdf Presentation pptxSalman Haider

Topics (MP3 Files)

This list contains the voice records, the voice files are available in mp3 and cover 90 minutes, resulting in a file size of about 25 MBytes.

  1. Concept of Layers, Physikal Layer (mp3)
  2. Mobile Communication (mp3)
  3. Layer 2 Data Link Layer (mp3)
  4. Layer 3 IP 4.0 and IP 6.0 (mp3)
  5. Domain names, DNS (mp3) Video:warriors-1150.mpg
  6. The E-mail System (mp3)
  7. HTTP Client and Server (mp3)
  8. HTML, XML (mp3)
  9. Security: Alica and Bob (mp3)
  10. Security: SSL and problems (mp3)
  11. Search Engines (mp3)
  12. SEO, Search Engine Optimization (mp3)
  13. Presentations
  14. Presentations
  15. The Future (mp3), slides of the presentation
  16. Presentations

Recommended Books

Computer Networks
Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Pearson Education, New Jersey 2003, ISBN 0-13-038488-7

Web Dragons: Inside the Myths of Search Engine Technology
Ian H. Witten, Marco Gori, Teresa Numerico, Elsevier 2006, ISBN 0123706092

The Long Tail: why the future of business is selling less of more
Chris Anderson, New York, NY : Hyperion, 2006, ISBN 1401302378 / 9781401302375

Websites

  1. W3C/ the Web Consortium, standards for the web.
  2. w3schools.com a good place to learn the web technologies.
  3. TED videos about new ideas.

Presentations: Instructions

Every timeslot lasts 40 minutes, including setup of computer, presentation, and at least 10 minutes reserved for discussion. (The speaker has to stop after exceeding 40 min.)
The term paper has to be submitted before the presentation, printed in black and white, stapled, no plastic cover.
The first page contains name, title, course, professor, date.
The second page contains a declaration, that the work cites all sources and was done by the student, named on the cover. The term paper has also be submitted by mail, using PDF. It will be published on this page, as long as the student does not prohibit this.
Send the slides (ppt) at least 24h before the presentation starts per e-mail to hed@hs-furtwangen.de. Then I can load the slides on my desktop and you can start faster!

Old examinations

All lectures

Questions? Email hed@hs-furtwangen.de

Meeting hour: Wendsday 11:15 room D105, please write an email in advance!