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HOW TO SELL THINGS ONLINE ?

PRESENTED TO : Prof. Pradeep Verma

PRESENTED BY: Deepak Jaiswal Hemant Suthar Abhijeet Singh Chandrakant Niranjan Sharad Chandra

ONLINE SELLING
The internet offers a high degree of interaction and affords consumers unprecedented benefits, from convenience to bargain prices. Selling of products and services through internet is called Online Selling.

STEPS TO SELL PRODUCTS ONLINE

Set up an ecommerce site with domain name

Have a site map with navigation parts

Know your target customers

Display your products

Prepare a web page describing the company

Update your website regularly

Selling on the internet affects two key areas of e-commerce :

1. Business-to-Consumers (B2C) 2. Business-to-Business (B2B)

3. Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C)

Three factors make online selling attractive :


1. Choice
2. Vast selection 3. Quick comparison

Advantages of online selling


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Convenience Better prices Variety Send gifts Fewer expenses Comparison of prices

Disadvantages of online selling


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. You cannot watch items physically Time gap for the arrival of products Shipping Charges Risk of online fraud Knowledge of operating computer Cannot buy low price or the perishable items on web 7. Cannot buy items that u need on spot

Individual presentations

PRESENTED BY : Deepak Jaiswal

Introduction
Electronic arts, Inc. (EA) is an international developer, marketer, publisher and distributor of video games. It is a leading global interactive entertainment software company.

It develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software worldwide for video game systems, personal computers, wireless devices and the internet. EA's most successful products are sports games published under its EA Sports Label, games based on popular movie licenses such as Harry Potter and games from longrunning franchises like Need for speed, Medal of honor, The Sims, Cricket and Burnout .
EA markets its products worldwide under some Brand Logos: > EA Sports

> EA Games
> EA Pogo > EA Mobile

History
EA was founded and incorporated on May 28, 1982 by Trip Hawkins.

EA got it name from the phrase Electronic Artists.

In 1983, EA published its first game Pinball Construction Set. In 1987, Skate or Die! EA's First internally-developed title.

In 1991, EA's established a joint-venture technology company, 3DO Inc. Early 2000s, EA had become one of the world's largest third-party publishers.

Achievement and Present Scenario


In the current year EA had 27 titles that sold more than one million units.

EA has signed David Beckham for EA Sports, John Madden for Madden NFL 11 as Brand Ambassador.

EA supports the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) and game ratings as a founding member of the ESRB.

EA wins four "Best of E3" Game Critic Awards for Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, NBA JAM, Star Wars : The Old Republic, Rock Band 3.

Brand Labels
EA Games Home to the largest number of studio and development teams, this label is responsible for action-adventure, role playing, racing and combat games like Need for Speed, Battlefield, Dead Space and Mirror's Edge etc.

EA Sports Publishes all the realistic, casual, and freestyle sports-based titles. Including FIFA Football, Madden NFL, Tiger Woods PGA Tour and Rugby.

EA Play EA Play Label creates and markets games and experiences that are easily accessible, inspire creativity and fun. Trivial Pursuit, G.I. Joe, and Littlest pet shop. EA Interactive Includes EA's Pogo.com online games service, Playfish and EA Mobile.

Other Actions
Popular Platforms PC Games, Wii, Nintendo, Xbox, iPhone, Play Station, Atari ..etc.

Popular Games and Series Need for Speed Series, The Sims Series, Cricket, Rock Band, Medal of Honor ..etc. 2010 Release Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, Grand Slam Tennis 11, Skate 3, My Sims Sky Heroes ..etc.

2011 Release

Dragon Age 2, Alice: Madness Returns, Crysis 2, Dead Space 2 ..etc.

Data diddling

PRESECTED BY : Hemant Suthar

What is Data diddling ?


Data diddling involves changing data input in a computer. In other words, information is changed from the way it should be entered by a person typing in the data. Usually, a virus that changes data or a programmer of the database or application has pre-programmed it to be changed.

Data diddling is the changing of data before or during entry into the computer system. Examples include forging or counterfeiting documents used for data entry and exchanging valid disks and tapes with modified replacements.

Modification of data through unauthorized means.


Example:- A person entering accounting may change data to show their account, or that or a friend or family member, is paid in full. By changing or failing to enter the information, they are able to steal from the company. To deal with this type of crime, a company must implement policies and internal controls. This may include performing regular audits, using software with built-in features to combat such problems, and supervising employees.

PRESENTED BY : Abhijeet Singh

Blackberry Introduction
Developed by Research in Motion (RIM). Wireless mobile devices which includes smartphone applications as well as telephone capabilities. Known for its ability to send and receive e-mails wherever it has access to any wireless networks of certain cellular phone carriers. Initially released as a two-way pager, Blackberry is now available as a smartphone. A convergent device.

Blackberry Features
Multi-tasking operating system. Push e-mail. Mobile telephone. Text messaging. Internet faxing.

Web browsing and other wireless information services

Services & Systems


Blackberry custom application development. Blackberry Client for Cloud Storage Platform. Mobile Commerce Application Agenda View - enabling central management. Database Viewer application. Mobile Financial Advisor

Virus Dissemination
Malicious software that attaches itself to other software. (virus, worms, Trojan Horse, Time bomb, Logic Bomb, Rabbit and Bacterium are examples of malicious software that destroys the system of the victim)

PREVENTION METHOD FROM THE VIRUS DISSEMINATION


1. Through Network Dissemination Virus

2. The Non-network Dissemination Virus

Cyber Laws
In India the Information Technology Act, 2000 is the legislation that deals with issues related to the Internet in india. Cyber law is a term used to describe the legal issues related to use of communication technology, particularly cyberspace i.e. the internet. Indian and International Cyber Laws Cyber Laws are formed by the government to prevent the internet crime. Cyber Laws encompasses laws accepted at Indian and international level are as follows: (a)Data protection and privacy law (b)Electronic and digital signature law (c)Computer crime law (d)Telecommunication law (e)Intellectual Property Law

Different cyber laws against cyber crimes


Sending threatening messages by email Sending defamatory messages by email Forgery of electronic records Bogus websites, cyber frauds Email spoofing Online sale of Drugs Web - Jacking Online sale of Arms Sec 503 IPC Sec 499, 500 IPC Sec 463, 470, 471 IPC Sec 420 IPC Sec 416, 417, 463 IPC NDPS Act Sec. 383 IPC Arms Act