Urban Information Systems Course Final Exam
– Urban Information Systems Final Exam 1.Discuss each of the two projects you propose and why the city should purse each one. As the new Chief Technology Officer of a small California city located near Lake Tahoe (known as Lake Tahoe East) that generates majority of its revenue from tourism and maintains nearly a total reliance on old, paper based operations, I would propose undertaking the following two e-government projects for Lake Tahoe East; one to assist the residents and the second to assist the private businesses/tourists….
The Importance of the Chief Information Officer
– The Chief Information Officer is also known by the title Information Technology Director. According to the US Department of Labor, “Chief Information Officers are responsible for the overall technological direction of their organizations.” (bls.gov). Contained within their various functions the Chief Information Officer has the ability to conduct the hiring of Information Technology professionals and other support personnel that can ably assist in accomplishing information technology related projects….
Information Security Officer for Small Pharmacy
– … Vulnerabilities include lack of redundancy and back-ups, inadequate network management, lack of planning and implementation of communications cabling and inadequate incident handling (Mongie 2009). In addition to the threats and vulnerabilities inherited with wired local area networks (LAN) there are many more risks associated with the use of wireless and mobile technologies. The use of laptops, smartphones, and tablets create vulnerabilities that can fall outside our network securities measure….
Discuss the Evolving Role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO)
– … As IT grew so did the department and the employing of people who were technologically switched on in a business which generally wasn’t. It was now the CIO’s job to overview IT instead of doing everything. In the 1990’s saw the introduction of more complexes and cross functional systems such as ERP CRM, SCM and BI. These systems started to become a major part of every organisation. As the amount of capital been invested increased so did the risks involved. ROI was required for all investment and pressure started to mount on the CIO to provide this to being a driver of competitive advantage and strategic change towards innovation….
Community Education Officer and Inclusion
– In order to understand the principles of inclusion and organisational structures which are in place within different professional contexts, it is important to expand on personal understanding of a variety of reflective learning models, as well as increasing awareness of inclusion and the diverse range of values which are contained within different ideologies of inclusive practices. Reflection on personal understanding of professional contexts and the variety of personal attributes which are required in order to develop and deliver to service users is equally important….