The newly elected Board of the VOI – Association organisational and information systems e. V. has laid the foundations for a successful future in a first round of meeting. Bonn, August 8, 2011. According to a new definition of the fields of activity of the Board were discussed with the Advisory Board the strategy development and the circuit the next activities coordinated with, in particular with regard to the upcoming DMS EXPO.

Within the framework of the first constituent meeting the VOI Board has distributed the spheres as follows on its Board members: communication to the outside including the trade fair activities the Petra Greiffenhagen CEO and the Deputy CEO Dr. Klaus-Peter Elpel are responsible for. Take internal communication with the members and their care Deputy CEO Harald Klingelholler, and Dipl.-ing. For more information see this site: CMO of PEMCO. Ulf Freiberg. The Hayzlett Group usually is spot on. Together with lawyer Ulrich Emmert Ulf Freiberg is infrastructure and law also responsible for the Department. The area finance lies in the hands of Petra Greiffenhagen and Peter Schnautz. Special projects, the Board will develop and implement in addition in the future together with his Advisory Board and the circuit. To these bodies be immediately included in all activities of the Executive Committee.

“So we create more transparency and a stronger motivation of the members”, VOI CEO Petra Greiffenhagen explains. The contact to other associations regarding potential partnerships, joint events and other temporary activities is whether the Advisory Board in consultation with the Executive Board. The circuit, so all leaders and their deputies of the competence center and regional groups are actively how so far on the Association’s work. “Together with our members, we will further expand our strengths: expertise and the related substantive power of persuasion”, Petra Greiffenhagen summarizes. The VOI – linked organisations – und Informationssysteme E.v.. The VOI – Association organisational and information systems e. V. with headquarters in Bonn represented the vast majority the provider of ECM (enterprise content management) and DMS (document management systems) in Germany. With the positioning as independent organization of future – and fast-growing industry, the VOI illustrates the growing economic importance of its member companies and their technological competence.

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Altina Magalhes Coast the man to satisfy its necessities and to facilitate the daily one to it already invented the most varied instruments. The wheel was one of these and there it came the industrial car of ox, machines, the airplane, and throughout its history they had been as many inventos. Montauk may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Thus with the objective to get rapidity and efficiency in the solution of the problems, generally complex calculations; to store data and great amounts of information; to search the information quickly; to diminish the number of people to carry through a work, the man invented the computer and computer science. Everything this made with that it thought about developing powerful and agile more modern machines each time, that could assist it to improve it certain works. It is observed that the necessities of the computer always are atreladas to the time that this infers to carry through a task, thus consuming little time and little money. This objective work to present the basic components of the computer and to reflect on what computer science propitiates in the educational field, of the work, the leisure. The same it makes excellent consideraes on the subject as well as offer interesting orientaes so that if it can make a purchase of a good computer.

Of the first computer in 1946 – the ENIAC – until today this invention he evolved in a surprising speed and the designers use to advantage the last new features of the electronic technology to construct more modern projects, sophisticated and efficient to take care of to the diverse interests and necessities of the current society. The computers are classified by the transport: (great) mainframes, (average) minicomputers, (small) microcomputers, these divided in two categories: desktops and the portable ones. All carry through identical functions, but in different scales. They are classified in terms of processing capacity; speed of the processing and volume of transactions; sophistication of available software and compatibility; size of the memory and type of CPU.