Week 1 Information Systems in OrganizationsLab Project
Each week you will be adding to a cumulative project. You will submit weekly assignments and your final project will be the total compilation of all of the combined weeks. Determine a business or organization in need of information systems. This can be a business startup or changes in an existing business. If an existing business belonging to you (now or in the future), treat it as if you will be upgrading technology beyond a single computer, software integration, or system.You’ll be using this concept throughout the course so give it some thought.Please watch this video to assist with expectations and choices In this lab:
1. Define your IS project and determine what information systems and personnel will be necessary to meet needs and requirements.
2. Is this a startup or a business converting to or making significant changes to its business model and systems?
3. What types of data do you think you will be working with?
4. How big a staff do you think will be needed and in what capacity? Will new people need to be hired and trained? Will existing staff need training?
5. What initial security, ethical, or legal concerns might you have?
You will need to get organization/idea approved through grading of week 1 cumulative project before moving forward to week 2 of cumulative project
Legal concerns or security risks
Web or Mobile Presence
Models and Frameworks
Use the cummulative project template below which has headings and is organized for project. Address each of these areas using the headings provided and submit as a Word document. Any tables, diagrams, or images you may want to include as we move through the project have to be incluced on this document so you would need to have as a screenshot then into word document. All parts of projects are to be in this document, no attachments otherwise would be accepted. Each week you will add your answers in and save and submit again. In this way I can see previous weeks since it is a ongoing project. Be sure to run spellcheck and keep quotes to a minimum with credit given to sources. Include any references used.