CIS 324 Week 10 Term Paper- A Key Concept in Information Systems

CIS 324 Week 10 Term Paper- A Key Concept in Information Systems

CIS 324 Week 10 Term Paper- A Key Concept in Information Systems

Use the Internet or the Strayer Library to research one (1) concept in information systems that you have studied in this course. You may select a topic of your choice or you may use one (1) of the following:

Computer literacy and information literacy
Using information systems and information technologies / management information systems
Data warehouses
Personal, legal, ethical, and organizational issues of information systems
Protecting information resources
risks associated with information technologies
computer and network security
security threats / measures & enforcement / comprehensive security guidelines
Mobile and wireless networks / security
Convergence of voice, video, and data
New trends: the Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 eras
e-Commerce / B2B e-Commerce / mobile and voice-based e-Commerce
Global information systems
Building successful information systems
Enterprise systems
Management support systems
Intelligent information systems
Emerging trends, technologies, and applications

Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you:

Present an overview of the origin and history of the concept that you have chosen.
Describe one (1) current use of the concept that you have chosen. Include at least two (2) examples of such use in individuals, organizations, and / or governments to support your response.
Discuss common attitudes toward the concept. Next, discuss your own attitudes toward the concept in question. Justify your response.
Explain the fundamental strengths and weaknesses--or the advantages and disadvantages--of the concept that you have chosen. Justify your response.
Describe the prevailing view that experts hold about the likely future of the concept in question. Include the views of at least three (3) experts to support your response.
Use at least six (6) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.
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