Week11-Discussion6-Information Technology Importance For Strategic Planning

 Course: Information Technology Importance for Strategic Planning


Due Date – 8 hours

Discussuion Question: IT GOVERNANCE 
What do you think were the critical factors that fueled the need  for IT governance? In what ways did ISO affect the standards for network  security?

At least one scholarly source should be used in the initial  discussion thread. Be sure to use information from your readings and  other sources from the UC Library. Use proper citations and references  in your post.`

All of your discussion post for this course must  use the 3 paragraph structure described below in the Prof. guidelines points
Use your own words,  I prefer you use quotations VERY sparingly or  not at all.   There should be no cutting and pasting from outside  sources.  
Deviations from the 3 paragraph format will result in a automatic 10  (ten) point deduction and additional scrutiny for plagiarism.

Prof. guidelines: 

Discussion response will take the form of a 3 paragraph, (no more than 1 page) response that can stand on its own right.
You will need to write in academic style, aiming at an anonymous  reader who may exist in a different time or space.  EG, you need to  write for someone who will read your post 50 years from now, or 5000  miles from here, or both.
Be formal and precise because your goal is to educate that reader.
While you are writing, try to avoid obvious  phrases such as “This article is about…”.  It’s an annotated  bibliography.  The entire purpose is to describe what the article is  about so don’t waste space stating the obvious.  Just jump right in to  the good stuff: the stuff that the reader needs to know. For example, if  you are given the task to research CLOUD COMPUTING, then a summary of  an article on cloud computing might start with something along the lines  of:                                                                                       Summary:  CIOs under the mandate of the US Government’s “Cloud First” policy  report that there are critically important challenges to moving to the  cloud in a way that minimizes security concerns and maintains usefulness  of the information resource.  Two main concerns are the contract  structure and the information architecture, both of which must be well  thought through prior to migration to the cloud.  Recommended actions to  assist in this engineering effort are to have a cloud advisory board  and participating in the FedRMP program.
You should write only as many words as are needed to capture the  summary of the article.  You’re not replicating the content but simply  pointing out the important bits.  In fact, your goal should be to  capture the spirit of the article in as few words as possible.  You  don’t need to quote or paraphrase: simple summarize the point of the  article.  This is easier by the way, with articles that are actually  dense with facts and research.  News reports are notoriously difficult  to summarize, simply because they tend to be summaries themselves.  They  are also not particularly useful as sources for a research report. 
The second paragraph, the Assessment, is where  you tear apart the article and point out any flaws in logic or  applicability.  Tell your reader what the article is good for AND  what it is not good for. Your reader needs to know strengths and  limitations, so tell them.  Be precise! For more information on how to  be a critical evaluator of an article, see  https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/553/03/.
The third paragraph, the reflection paragraph is  where you discuss how the topic contributed to your learning.  I mean on  a personal level, what did you learn and what could your classmates  learn.

Books and Resources 
Required Text(s): You need to have (Managing and Using Information Systems: A strategic Approach, 6th Edition by Peralson, Saundersn and Galletta.)

“APA Format” 

Plagiarism includes copying and pasting material from   the internet into assignments without properly citing the source of   the material.

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