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BIS 219 Week 1
Use of Microsoft SharePoint for Configuration Management in IT Organizations
Approximately 5 pages in length
Many organizations now have a members Web site, where customers can keep track of different kinds of information related to the organization, such as Wish Lists or My Favorites. Visit a site that offers this type of service: eBay, Amazon, Dell, and Old Navy are some examples. What types of information does the site collect? How does the business use this information? What kind of competitive advantage, if any, does the business gain in collecting this information?
Choose one of the organizational departments of a business: accounting, finance, HR, or otherwise. What is the role of this department? What type(s) of information does the department need? How does the department use that information?
What are information resources? What types of information resources does a business usually need? Why is it important for a general manager to be knowledgeable about information technology?
BIS 219 Week 2
Club IT Part 1
Approximately 1200 words in length
BIS 219 Week 2 Learning Team Instructions Amazon Evolution Outline
What are some of the issues inherent in managing data? What methods may be used to identify data management issues? As a manager, how would you propose such issues be resolved?
What is the relationship amongst data, information, and knowledge? What are the advantages of a knowledge management system? How may a knowledge management system enhance productivity?
Identify online advertising options. What are the advantages and disadvantages of online ads? Are online ads effective? Explain your answer.
BIS 219 Week 3
Amazon Evolution Paper
Approximately 1300 words in length
Define an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. What business processes are supported by using an ERP? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using an ERP system?
Identify the components of a supply chain. What is the function of supply chain management (SCM)? When problems arise along the supply chain, how may SCM be used to resolve these problems?
What are the differences between ERP and customer relationship management (CRM) software? In what ways do they complement each other? What is the best use of each?
BIS 219 Week 4
Individual Assignment Club IT Part Two
Where Did You Find that Book PowerPoint
Define each of the following methodologies for IT project management: prototyping, rapid applications development (RAD), joint applications development (JAD), and systems development life cycle (SDLC). What are the advantages of each methodology? Which one do you think would be the most beneficial for managing an IT project?
What are digital dashboards and management cockpits? What are the capabilities of these information tools? How are global information systems (GIS) and global positioning systems (GPS) being used to expand the information tool kit available to managers?
Identify the phases of the systems development life cycle (SDLC). Who participates in SDLC? As a manager, how would you deal with potential problems when using this methodology?
BIS 219 Week 5
Club IT Part 3 PowerPoint
approximately 8 slides in length
BIS 219 Week 5 Where Did You Find that Book PowerPoint
approximately 10 slides in length
Are there ethical and legal considerations particular to conducting e-commerce? If so, what are these considerations? What measures can businesses adopt to ensure information security in e-commerce transactions?
Define Web 2.0. How would you describe Web 2.0 to someone who has not taken a course in information systems? What are the advantages and disadvantages of these new technologies?
Define Wi-Fi. How is Wi-Fi being used to support mobile computing and m-commerce? How does Wi-Fi affect the use of cellular phones for m-commerce?
What are the three fundamental tenets of a code of ethics? What ethical issues might arise with the widespread use of information systems? What preemptive measures might a business take to avoid ethical problems?