BIS 221 Week 3 participation Week 3 Electronic Reserve Readings

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BIS 221 Week 3 participation Week 3 Electronic Reserve Readings


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While IT departments are struggling to keep up with technology changes, company employees increasingly want to use their own devices to access corporate data. It's part of a growing trend dubbed Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), which encompasses similar Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT), Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) and Bring Your Own PC (BYOPC) initiatives. All of them have evolved to empower workforces through the so-called "consumerisation of IT". As part of this consumerisation, BYOD encourages company employees to work on the device they choose - accessing corporate email on their iPhone or using a Google Nexus to view text documents. The goal is increased productivity and reduced costs. But BYOD also has a down side. If not fully understood and regulated, it can threaten IT security and put a company's sensitive business systems at risk. Does your workplace support BYOD? How is it working?

Steps of a Spreadsheet 

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The ability to organize, calculate, and evaluate quantitative data is one of the most important skills needed today for personal, as well as managerial, decision making. Regardless of what type of quantitative analysis you need to do, you can use a spreadsheet to help you maintain data and perform calculations. You can use formulas to help you analyze how results will change as the input data changes. Having multiple worksheets in one workbook is helpful to keep related items together. Apply different formats to accentuate meaningful details or to draw attention to specific ranges in a worksheet. Finally, worksheets in the workbook should always be prepared for printing.

What are the steps you would use to create an Excel spreadsheet?

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