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Because the relationship is more extensive, every time there is an exchange of information or data, it must be meticulously tracked and labeled as general business or confidential as appropriate (Dada, 2004). B2B merchants must prevent unauthorized access to customer information on their Web sites, and protect the privacy of... ... middle of paper ... ...relationships can grow. This is especially important to companies that conduct part or all their business on the internet no matter which of those two types of clients they serve. It is especially important that building this environment of trust online include a thorough knowledge of the laws, regulations and ethical factors that affect a particular company's ability to serve the needs of its customers. .
Taking this into consideration this paper will cover what information systems are. What is ethics, and how does it apply to information systems and business? We will look at what has been done to promote ethical behavior as well as discuss what more could be done to better increase this desired behavior in regard to information systems. With newer and different ways of doing business constantly appearing, business is left with the task of integrating long held standards and ethics into these new fields. This is an increasingly important aspect of business given the many scandals and attempted cover-ups that have emerged recently within businesses of all types.
The following paper will compare and contrast forecasting methods and discuss t... ... middle of paper ... ... References Arsham. H. (2003). Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Techniques. Retrieved online February 1, 2006 from http://www.elia.jde.aca.mmu.ac.uk/resdesgn/arsham/opre330Forecast.htm#rasofm Author Unknown. (15c) Retrieved online from https://ecampus.phoenix.edu Pro Request library on Monday, January 31, 2006.
To achieve this, Amazon needs to roll out its online payment system that can help in addressing issues such as security and privacy concerns. With the rapid use of internet in the globe today, there is a risk of identity theft and cyber attacks if the company is not keen. By setting up an online payment system, there is a great chance that all transactions between the company and their customers will be discreet. Moreover, the company needs to show more concern for their employee’s welfare as a way of promoting their corporate culture and getting the best out of them. In addition, the company can capitalize on their strong brand to roll more products and services to reach to more and more
After much research, I believe employers should have the right to check employee E-mail, because E-mail is a company resource and a property right. Organizations have an obligation to themselves, their employees, their business partners, customers and society at large to act in an ethically responsible manner regarding their E-mail policies. Companies have many justified reasons for searching employee files such as preventing personal use or abuse of... ... middle of paper ... ...ularity poses workplace privacy problems. Business First, Oct., 1-3. Rainone, Sebastian M.; Spinior, Janice C.; et al (1998).