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Bring Your Own Device

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Issues Identification
Incompatible devices – There is a distinct possibility that employees may choose to utilize devices which are incompatible with an organization’s network and security infrastructure.
Personal Usage – If employees are allowed to use their personal devices in work settings, there is the potential to use them for personal use during allotted work time. They may have specific programs on these devices conducive to doing so.
Maintenance – There can become pecuniary disputes between management and employees regarding the maintenance of personal devices used for work. Employees may want to subsidize battery replacements and other maintenance.
Outside of Firewall – The primary security issue is that these devices are unprotected once they leave the physical confines of an organization and its firewall, rendering organizational data vulnerable.
Theft – Theft is a principal concern with BYOD policies, since if personal devices are stolen users may be able to access…… [Read More]

Works Cited
Kanaracus, Chris. Half of companies will require BYOD by 2013, Gartner says. www.pcworld.com 2013. Web.  https://www.pcworld.com/article/2036980/half-of-companies-will-require-byod-by-2017-gartner-says.html 
Phifer, Lisa. BYOD Security Strategies: Balancing BYOD Risks and Rewards. www.techtarget.com 2013. Web.  http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/feature/BYOD-security-strategies-Balancing-BYOD-risks-and-rewards 
Whittaker, Zach. BYOD: From Optional to Mandatory by 2017, says Gartner. www.zdnet.com 2013. Web.  http://www.zdnet.com/article/byod-from-optional-to-mandatory-by-2017-says-gartner/ 




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School Systems and Evaluations

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County

Educational Technology Plan 2014-2017

TIP 1: Vision, Mission, Goals and Strategies

TIP 2: Needs Assessment

TIP 3: The Planning Process

State Goals and Objectives with Local Strategies and Measures

Environment

Engagement

Tools

TIP 4: Implementation: Timetable and Budget for Goals, Objectives and Strategies

TIP 5: Executive Summary

TIP 6: eferences

TIP 1: Vision, Mission, Goals and Strategies of Imaginary County Public Schools

The Imaginary County Public Schools District seeks to empower students with the latest technological resources and training to provide them with the knowledge to take advantage of educational and professional opportunities throughout their communities -- and the rest of their lives.

Vision: The vision of the Imaginary County Public Schools District is to enable students to become vital contributing members to the surrounding society with the most effective and modern methods indicative of the 21st century.

Goals and Strategies

Goal 1: Students must have a safe environment…… [Read More]

References:

Harper, J. (2014). Mobile data governance. www.dataversity.net Retrieved from  http://www.dataversity.net/mobile-data-governance/ 

Hogan, K.. (2013). The Edtech era. Tech & Learning. 33(8), 4.

Sangani, K. (2013). BYOD to the classroom. Engineering & Technology.8(3), 42-45.

Savitz, E. (2012). How we can use technology to transform the classroom. www.forbes.com. Retrieved from  http://www.forbes.com/sites/ciocentral/2012/11/27/how-we-can-use-technology-to-transform-the-classroom/
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Social Media Solutions Implementation Plan Walmart Inc

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Walmart Inc.: Social Media Solutions Implementation Plan

Social Media Solutions Implementation Plan: Walmart Inc.

Walmart, the world's largest retailer, faces a number of productivity issues that if not resolved could affect the company's ability to compete in future. Two of these have to do with worker relations and failure to adjust the company's business model to reflect customers' needs. This text presents a plan detailing how social media technologies could be used to resolve these issues.

Social Media Solutions Implementation Plan

In week 3, I identified two productivity issues facing Walmart Inc., and proposed a number of social media solutions to help address the same. This week, I am focused on developing an implementation plan for the proposed solutions. I will outline the specific strategies that the organization needs to use in implementing the proposed solutions, as well as the cost, timeline, and training needs of such implementation. I will…… [Read More]

References

Blanchard, O. (2011). Social Media ROI: Managing and Measuring Social Media Efforts in your Organization. Boston, MA: Que Publishers.

Brunn, S. D. (2006). Walmart World: The World's Biggest Corporation in the Global Economy. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Ferrell, O. C., Fraedrich, J. & Ferrell, J. (2009). Business Ethics 2009 Update: Ethical Decision-Making and Cases (7th ed.). Mason, OH: Cengage Learning.

Gandolfi, F. & Stratch, P. (2009). Retail Internalization: Gaining Insights from the Walmart Experience in South Korea. Review of International Comparative Management, 10(1), 187-199.
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Power Politics Conflict and Culture

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Only then will the moe effective use of knowledge occu and its value is de-politicized, making it moe potent in geneating pofits (Chatand, 1985).

It is a paadox that the moe challenging, disuptive and uncetain a given industy is the moe oganizations factionalize thei stuctues, ceating splinte goups and politically volatile stuctues that only acceleate a company's demise. The paadox is that in the toughest and uncetain of times in the telecommunications industy, Veizon Telecommunications needs to think moe about how they too can be a disuptive foce in the maket. Instead, the management team is focused on a highly balkanized, vey politically-diven agenda of holding onto powe by ceating smalle silos o depatments that can easily manage the data that is peceived as the most valuable asset thee is in the oganization. The paadox comes full cicle when a company is sold in pieces and the sold unit o…… [Read More]

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Chartrand, R.L. (1985). The politics of information. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 36(6), 376-376.

Frederic Jallat, & Ancarani, F. (2008). Yield management, dynamic pricing and CRM in telecommunications. The Journal of Services Marketing, 22(6), 465-478.

Liljander, V., Polsa, P., & Forsberg, K. (2007). Do mobile CRM services appeal to loyalty program customers? International Journal of E-Business Research, 3(2), 24-30,33-40.

Piercy, N.F. (1989). Information control and the power and politics of marketing. Journal of Business Research, 18(3), 229-229.
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Emc IT Strategic Plan Emc Strategic

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EMC IT Strategic Plan

EMC: Strategic IT Plan

The corporate IT governance environment of EMC Corporation was analyzed in the previous papers and it was indicated that the firm is challenged with issues related to data security, data mobility, and data backup for cloud customers. For the highlighted issues of IT governance, some solutions were also recommended that included encryption of data, application of Firewalls, VLANs and other securitization throughout the EMC IT infrastructure. For data mobility, it was recommended that EMC should adopt an efficient data mobility model to decrease end-to-end delay in data mobility (Camp, Boleng & Davies, 2002). Gauss-Markov Mobility Model was recommended as the optimal model of data mobility for the firm. emote data integrity standards and state as well as national level data back legal provisions were recommended as solution for data back-up issue. This paper will highlight the implications of recommended IT solutions followed…… [Read More]

References

Agile Path Corporation. (2013). Cloud Leadership Forum. Retrieved from:  https://www.eiseverywhere.com/file_uploads/8d78b669e86b0120d704469d84fbf680_CLF_2011_Governance_Frameworks_Eric_Marks.pdf 

Camp, T., Boleng, J., & Davies, V. (2002). A survey of mobility models for ad hoc network research. Wireless communications and mobile computing, 2(5), 483-502.

Kelly, S.G. (2006). Security Implications of Using the Data Encryption Standard (DES). IETF Trust. Retrieved from:  http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4772.txt 

Kundra, V. (2011). Federal cloud computing strategy. The U.S. Chief Information Officer: The White House. Retrieved from: http://cdn3.ctovision.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Federal-Cloud-Computing-Strategy1.pdf
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Social Business and Retailer

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business2community.com/social-media/2012s-ten-worst-social-media-Disaster-0370309

Using contemporary illustrative examples from academic literature and reputable business publications, discuss the concept of "Social Business" and the resultant opportunity and challenges that are currently being faced by the retail industry globally.

Concept of Social Business

Concept of Social Business with etailers

Social Media and etailing

Best Practices in Administering Social Media

There is a growing body of research that confirms that companies of all sizes and types can realize a wide array of benefits from the use of social media networks. While the types and applications of social media experience constant change, social media content such as blogs and microblogs have become some of the more popular social media tools that have emerged in recent years. Although there a number of benefits and advantages that can be achieved through the use of social media resources, there is a concomitant danger that inappropriate or misguided content can backfire…… [Read More]

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'About MySpace,' 2013, MySpace. [online] available:  https://myspace.com/ .

'About YouTube,' 2013, YouTube. [online] available:  http://www.youtube.com/yt/about/ .

Anderson, DJ 2011, Winter, 'The Foray into Social Media: A Clinician, and Skeptic,

Sold,' Frontiers of Health Services Management, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 23-29.
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Google and Innovation

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Google might be one of the most iconic and most cataclysmic company of the last fifteen years or so. Starting as a simple search engine, Google has been able to evolve more rapidly and with more success than any other company imaginable. When it comes to the future, one can only look at the history and background of Google to provide clues as to how the company is likely to evolve. This paper examines Google's fundamental strategy for growth which has been to earn, entice, expand and experiment (Faktor, 2013) and discusses how nearly every step and branch of their services, marketing efforts, and company organization falls under this greater umbrella.

Earning intensely has been one of the major elements that has long allowed Google to grow as rapidly as it has and to experiment in so many different markets. Google makes 95% of its profits simple from advertising (Faktor,…… [Read More]

References

Burnham, K. (2014). Google's Top 10 Best (and Worst) Innovations of the Year. Retrieved from Cio.com:  http://www.cio.com/article/630718/Google_s_Top_10_Best_and_Worst_Innovations_of_the_Year 

Davis, B. (2014, January 27). 12 inspiring marketing campaigns from Google. Retrieved from econsultancy.com:  https://econsultancy.com/blog/64204-12-inspiring-marketing-campaigns-from-google#i.1fs1j8810sbdp5 

Faktor, S. (2013, June 28). Google's Strategy Explained. Retrieved from linkedin.com: http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130628195308-4802093-google-s-strategy-explained

Nerney, C. (2014, February 5). Google's enterprise strategy: Infiltrate, entice, embrace. Retrieved from citeworld.com:  http://www.citeworld.com/article/2114411/consumerization/google-enterprise-strategy-explained.html
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Designing a Master Data Architecture

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BJ's Wholesale Enterprise Architecture

It is necessary to develop a business environment that shelters all applications under one roof. As such, the business environment will minimize the average cost of running a business and ensure that systems are not redundant. A desirable business environment is one that merges I.T orientations to a business environment without the two contradicting each other. Subsequent effort to improvise this system has seen software developers come up with responsive system, EP systems, or Point of Sales amongst others. However, these systems fail to provide a comprehensive business approach. After all, quality counts than quantity and having many systems does not denote proper service orientation. For this reason, researchers affiliated to IBM developed the MDM to ensure that various business systems are well and fully managed and thus, eliminating the occurrence of redundancy.

Part One: Business model

List of acronyms

EP

Enterprise esource Planning. This business…… [Read More]

References

Alur, N. (2009). Master data management rapid deployment package for MDM. United States?: IBM, International Technical Support Organization.

Das, T.K., & Mishra, M.R. (2011). A Study on Challenges and Opportunities in Master Data Management. International Journal of Database Management Systems, 3(2), 129-139.

Haug, A., & Arlbjorn, J.S. (2011). Barriers to master data quality. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 24(3), 288-303.

Lamolle, M., Menet, L., & Duc, C.L. (2013). Incremental checking of Master Data Management model based on contextual graphs. Enterprise Information Systems, 4, 1-28.
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Application of the Concept of Organizational Behavior

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Organizational behavior is an important concept in the modern business environment since business organizations have experienced significant development and growth from the conventional times. This growth and development of business organizations that has contributed to the significance of the concept of organizational behavior has occurred in relation to organizational structure, people, and operations. As a relatively new discipline in business management, organizational behavior primarily focuses on group dynamics, execution of leadership, organizational functioning, and interactions between people in an organization. The emergence of this discipline in the 20th Century is attributed to its evolution from the conventional classical management theories to a complex concept and idea.

Definition of the Concept and Emerging Issues

Organizational behavior has widely been described as an academic field of study that focuses on explaining, understanding, forecasting, and managing human behavior within an organization or business environment. From a personal position, organizational behavior is the study…… [Read More]

References

"Emerging Trends in Organizational Behaviour." (n.d.). Trends in OB. Retrieved from Indian School of Mines website:  http://ismdhanbad.ac.in/elearning/notes/trends_in_ob.pdf 

Gillis, T.L. (2013). Current Issues in Organizational Behavior: Teaching Social Media and BYOD Policies. Retrieved October 14, 2015, from  http://www.abeweb.org/proceedings/Proceedings13/Gillis.pdf 

Griffin, R. & Moorhead, G. (2014). Organizational behavior: managing people and organizations. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning.

Johnston, K. (n.d.). How to Implement a Plan of Action to Strengthen Teamwork. Retrieved October 14, 2015, from  http://smallbusiness.chron.com/implement-plan-action-strengthen-teamwork-13104.html
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Solar Flares EMP and Back Doors Into Iphones

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Persistent Threats

One of the biggest risks that companies face is advanced persistent threats.

Advanced persistent threats can be very harmful to a company and can come in various forms as hackers have a variety of methods in their tool belt; however, on the receiving end, companies should be prepared for cyber attacks -- and yet they often are not, because of carelessness, neglect, lack of oversight, regulation, accountability, transparency, review, and an ability to conduct proper assessment. APTs are happening all the time and can be traced to origin locations all over the world (Norse, 2016). Cyber security should be therefore a number priority for any and all businesses that utilize information systems software and hardware. As the Norse Map shows, countries in both the East and the West are waging cyber war against one another; cyber security is therefore a real going concern for all (Norse, 2016).

Discuss…… [Read More]

References

Boyens, J., Paulsen, C., Bartol, N., Moorthy, R., Shankles, S. (2012). Notional Supply

Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems. Retrieved from  http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/drafts/nistir-7622/second-public-draft_nistir-7622.pdf 

Earned Value Analysis. (2012). Project Management Guru. Retrieved from  http://www.projectmanagementguru.com/eva.html 

Fleming, Q., Koppelman, J. (2000). Earned Value Project Management. PA: Project