IFSM WEEK 8 DICUSSION BOARD
Please I need good and quality answers. Also please I want good citation and good references. I want it in APA format
Week 8 Questions:
The Gartner Group, is a leading consulting and advisory group. You will find their web site provides summaries of Gartner’s predictions of what the top areas are that will likely significantly impact IT this year and beyond.
The summaries cover many different aspects of IT: http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/predicts/ , , ,
Please select one of these predictions and then do some further reasearch on that prediction using other websites.From your research, add why you think it is a significant concern for CIOs and IT staff? What do you think IT needs toconsider based on this?
I need a reply/response to these discussion board answers. Just read the discussion board answers, and respond to the information you read by also adding your own point of information about each topic itself to each discussion board answers not about how to correct the person answers by saying he or she needs to add more information or saying you agreed without stating why. Just three to five Lines response each. Please I need good and quality response to these discussion board answers
some of you may have learned something during this class. I would like for each of you to think back over the class and then share with us one new and important concept that you learned during this class. It could be something that peaked your interest, something you never heard of or did before, something you struggled with, etc.
The topic I found more interesting and educational was the process of setting up new software/a program for a business, As I mentioned before, I worked for a company that invested a lot of money and the project failed for many reasons. I feel that if I had the knowledge of the things covered in this course at that time, I may have been able to guide that project to make it more successful. Each step is crucial to implementing the plan and making it work as designed.
As an alternative topic, some of you may have learned something during this class. I would like for each of you to think back over the class and then share with us one new and important concept that you learned during this class. It could be something that peaked your interest, something you never heard of or did before, something you struggled with, etc.
I personally struggled with the case study on Kelly’s Salon. I had a hard time grasping the concept of IT requirements. I kept getting scalability confused. I still don’t fully understand it, but I think I understand it enough to know that the scalability of an IT program determines how well it grows with a company. This class was challenging, but I learned so much that I can apply to my future classes and career.
Find an article online about an IT issue that is ethics or project-management related, and also hopefully business related.
here is the article link, I have also attached it to this thread: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/526401/laws-and-ethics-cant-keep-pace-with-technology/
This article talks about how Businesses use social media to filter out individuals based on beliefs, looks, or even their friends behaviors and practices. All the while, employers can get into legal trouble if they ask interviewees about their religion, sexual preference, or political affiliation (Wadhwa, 2014). The gaps in technology and ethical privacy have grown exponentially because technology is so rapidly evolving the laws cannot keep up. A future ethical issue foreseen in this article is Genetic Information. Today, technology can read-out your genome from a few stray cells in less than a day (Wadhwa, 2014). This could potentially keep employers from hiring you because of genetic defects.
Questions I have following this article:
- Where do we draw the line on what is ethical and what is legal when it comes to our privacy?
- Should businesses be able to determine business outcomes based on social media?
- How will it be possible to keep genetic information private, what laws will be passed?