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The Comparison of Programming Languages PHP and Ruby
Fikejs, Jan ; Klas, Jan (advisor)
Srovnání programovacích jazyků pro webové aplikace - PHP a Ruby. Práce srovnává oba jazyky z hlediska jejich architektury, syntaxe příkazů v nejpoužívanějších oblastech. Práce se také zabývá hostingem a vývojovým prostředím pro oba jazyky.
Comparison between concept of virtual breeding environment and concept of industrial cluster
Lukavec, Petr ; Klas, Jan (advisor) ; Molnár, Zdeněk (referee)
This thesis deal with comparison between two concepts of collaborative organizations -- concept of cluster and concept of virtual breeding environment (VBE). Main asset of this work is detailed comparison between two concepts, based on 17 criterions. Essay is divided into 5 logical parts -- theoretical bases, description of concept of cluster, description of concept of VBE, looking for relation between cluster and VBE and comparison between cluster and VBE.
Database design: Community discussion board
Klepetko, Radim ; Palovská, Helena (advisor) ; Klas, Jan (referee)
The goal of this thesis is designing a database for discussion board application, which will be able to provide classic discussion board functionality and web 2.0 features in addition. The emphasis lies on a precise description of the application requirements, which are used afterwards to design an optimal database model independent from technological implementations (chosen database system). In the end of my thesis the database design is tested using MySQL database system.
Comparison of bank accounts using the selected systems approach
Sedláčková, Zuzana ; Klas, Jan (advisor) ; Brixí, Radim (referee)
The goal of this work was to evaluate the usefulness of Checkland's Soft Systems Methodology to the problem of choosing the appropriate checking account. The structure of this work is divided into three phases. The first part is applied to the theory of soft systems. I have focused primarily on the steps of Checkland's Soft Systems Methodology. In the next section, I applied the aforementioned methodology to the problem of choosing the most convenient checking account. I chose the methodology only some steps that helped me to solve the problem: a description of the unstructured situation, expressing the problem situation through rich picture, creating root definitions, conceptual model and compared the model with reality. I propounded two root definitions, which describe how the system works. Comparing models with reality is meant to compare the various criteria under which the clients choose the checking account. I got the criteria of root definitions and question form. Especially comparing those criteria, I found the usefulness of the methodology to the problem. The last phase is the actual comparison of customers' requirements with what each account offers. I chose a total of 4 types of clients - students, families, single-person households and pensioners.
Building trust in virtual teams through communication
Štádlerová, Michaela ; Klas, Jan (advisor) ; Jura, Jiří (referee)
The main objective of this thesis is to propose the model of trust based on communication. The objective is to first characterize virtual teams, summarized the theoretical approaches to trust in virtual teams, define the specifics of the communication process in virtual teams and design own model of trust based on communication. The proposed model is achieved on the basis of own research specifically: analysis, synthesis and detailed summary. The summary includes limitations of particular papers and weaknesses of research, what is taken into the consideration for the proposed model. The proposed model is based on the active form of trust that is build on proactive approach of team leader in the first phase of virtual team's life cycle and later on communication strategies through dialogue technique leading to shared mental models. The proposed model describes the process of building trust in first two stages of the virtual team's life cycle together with the implications for the leader: How to build trust in virtual teams through the communication.
Ways to address selected areas of cooperative organization and its application in Cluster Omnipack
Lukavec, Petr ; Klas, Jan (advisor) ; Molnár, Zdeněk (referee)
This work is based on knowledge of concept of clusters and of other cooperative organizations. The general objective of this work is to solve specific, narrowly defined problems of a particular cluster. The reason was to come up with a solution that will be applicable and useful in this particular cluster. And this solution may be useful also in other clusters, because clusters throughout Europe, have many common features. Problems were generated by the author, during talks with representatives of cluster Omnipack. So these problems are important and really relevant for this cluster. Next goal was to measure these issues in relation to basic criteria, like importance, and difficulty. This evaluation was the basis for selecting problems to solve. Other objective was to search for specific solutions using existing literature, examples from other clusters and output of own research of clusters. As main problem to solve was chosen problem called "performance measurement". Because no suitable solution was found in the literature or other resources, author had to create own solution. Problematic area of the problem "performance assessment" was described as follows: "Support from European Union subsidies is really crucial for many clusters in Czech Republic right now. But after the end of these subsidies, clusters will have to prove or demonstrate to its members that they are still useful. Then cluster members will be then willing to continue with financial supporting of their cluster." The problem was solved from the perspective of cluster members, and main areas of its concept are performance evaluation of cluster members from the perspective of a cluster member, benefits of the cluster as a whole for members of the cluster, the benefits of other members of the cluster for a particular member of the cluster and cluster management role for the use of these advantages from the perspective of cluster members. Solution of this problem is very detailed and extensive, and represents main author's scientific contribution. Important point of this approach is evaluating the performance of the cluster from the perspective of cluster members. This approach brings some new insights. Author proposed his own concept of looking at the actors and factors, influencing the performance of cluster members. Proposed concept of pairwise comparison of cluster members is also really innovative. It brings new opportunities in the detailed description and understanding the cluster by its members and management.
Human factor in IS/ICT
Skalický, Michal ; Klas, Jan (advisor) ; Matoušek, Josef (referee)
In todays world which is full of various technologies and we demand for sophisticated equipment, we often forget who is going to use the equipment. It is a person, the strongest part between all systems, and not only computing systems. But this person is simultaneously the weakness part of the system. This rule is often overtrumped by amount of technical literatures about security, which tries to push aside the core problem -- human factor. That is why we should constantly warn about human factor problems in the environment of information technology.
Risk Analysis for establishing of new application into the information system in banking
Štefek, Ivan ; Doucek, Petr (advisor) ; Klas, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis Risk Analysis for the establishing of new application into the information system in banking deals with the management of information security and Risk Analysis. Thematically is thesis divided into two parts, theoretical part and practical part. In the theoretical part I inform the reader with the concept of information security and three basic components. I am going to tell about the basic methodology for IT management. In the end I am going to tell something about threats and their impacts. The practical part is based on a summary of theoretical knowledge and there is a practical example. In my example of application My Bank I try to show the information risk analysis. Risk analysis consists of three main parts. In the first part is information classified in the application. There are three points of view, first is confidentiality, second is integrity and third is availability. In second part I try to look at threats and evaluate according to their likelihood. The final section compares the building secure of application with security, which should application have according to degree of risk classification.
Lean Six Sigma for process improvement
Raška, Adam ; Doucek, Petr (advisor) ; Klas, Jan (referee)
Lean Six Sigma is one of the tools organizations use to help their processes run faster and thus maximize their profits. It is a thorough approach that can reveal defects in companies' processes through examining customers' needs and its statistical data Its popularity spreads fast from the early adopters such as General Electric, Toyota or Motorola and many companies are keen to get their hands on it and achieve similar success as above mentioned. Czech companies are not different. There is, however, a tendency to lay it aside based on first time impressions. The most frequent reasons are: complexity, need to make dramatic changes in the company's culture and high initial costs. Main goal of this thesis is to show that Lean Six Sigma does not necessarily have to be a thorough approach. It can also be used as a one-time tool to improve company's processes, just by picking the right parts and combining them in the right order. This thesis describes the most useful tools and also shows how they can be used in the real situation. By aligning them in a row it also creates a framework for Lean Six Sigma implementation projects which can be used repeatedly. One chapter also describes various problems that might occur during the implementation and provides readers with possible solutions to overcome them.
Information society and wireless municipal networks
Svěcený, Jan ; Doucek, Petr (advisor) ; Klas, Jan (referee)
Nowadays the information society is a very often discussed topic, but lots of people don't know precisely what this idea means, or they have different opinions. The main characteristics of information society are labor with data, digital elaboration, ways of storage and data transportation. In these times labor with data is becoming an economical activity, that runs trough all segments. We are living in the age of digitalization and the rate of progression is still rising. This theme is also important in public sector. One of elementary activities in public sector is rising digital awareness of inhabitants. Other goal local governments are aiming for is providing high level and high quality information and communication services. One of the ways to achieve these goals is without doubt building wireless municipal networks. There are several investor models for implementing these municipal networks. There are also several models that address the various ways these networks can contribute to their users. Purpose of this study is to define and explain elementary terms such as "information society" and "municipal network" and other terms that are connected with these. Another object of this study is to show different ways to implement these wireless municipal networks and also to show examples where the act of implementation of municipal network has already been processed and make success assessment of existing implementations from the initiator -- local government's point of view.

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