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Introduction Virtualization has become an essential service that the IT department has offered to Access strategies internal users as a service. The result of this initiative has been a cost saving. As a result of the success, the company has mandated this approach to be adopted for our remote offices. However, our business need for expansion has resulted in the need for adopting new security strategies to protect our virtual infrastructure. These new requirements will require us to evaluate our current infrastructure for weakness and to implement policies, new products, or approaches to better serve our customers.
The most popular answer to what knowledge is, is given by the work of Nonaka (1994) who highlights the difference between Tacit and Explicit knowledge. Tacit knowledge represents knowledge that an individual has which isn’t easily expressed and incorporates both cognitive framework and physical skills (Hislop, 2011). Explicit knowledge is by contrast codified knowledge, which individuals can learn without experience (Hislop, 2011). The key difference between the two is the ease with which knowledge can be shared (Walsham, 2001).... ... middle of paper ... ...atives. Failure to do so will limit the success of such ICT initiatives.
Thus, it has become essential for businesses, and education systems to address the ethical concerns of information technology usage, and to develop a practical code of ethics to prevent, or at least mitigate, ethical issues and potential infractions. Societal Ethical Changes Caused by Information Technology The societal ethical changes caused by information technology are extensive in nature. In prior generations, information technology was limited within specific industries, there was an elitist segregation related to who worked with information technology, and what types of specific information could be impacted by information technology (Brooks, 2010). The nature of information technology changed during the timeframe of the 1990s when information technology emerged as a rapidly evolving industry. Within a matter of what encompassed a few years, the world transitioned from a manual world to a digitally controlled world (Lor, & Britz, 2007).
MIS Quarterly, 37(3). Xue, L., Zhang, C., Ling, H., & Zhao, X. (2013). Risk Mitigation in Supply Chain Digitization: System Modularity and Information Technology Governance. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(1), 325-352. doi:10.2753/MIS0742-1222300110
(Baltzan, 2012, 78) Advantages of E-Business • Pro... ... middle of paper ... ...ut these deals online need various vital pieces of information; there has to be an assurance provided to the customers about the security of the information. This is a volatile topic and is acting against the transformation of business consumers to E-Business consumers. References Baltzan. (2012). Business driven informaiton systems.
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