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To:  Replace with name[SR1][JM2] From: Replace with nameDate: Replace with dateSubject: Replace with subject of memo Introduction[SR3][JM4]Proposed Information System[SR5]Functions Important to Business[JM6][JM7]Data Management[SR8][JM9] Data Types[JM10]Storage Methods[JM11]Data Quality[JM12]Transition of System Functions[SR13]   Evidence of Feasibility[SR14] References[SR15]American Psychological Association. (2001). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.  Cuddy, C.M. (2002). Demystifying APA style. Orthopaedic Nursing, 21(5), 35-42. Retrieved June 28, 2004, from EBSCOhost database.Daniels, C. (2004, July 28). 50 Best companies for minorities. Fortune, 149(13), 136-141.  Retrieved October 19, 2004, from ProQuest database. Lawton. K. A., Cousineau, L., & Hillard, V.E. (2001). Plagiarism: Its nature and consequences. Retrieved June 28, 2004, from Duke University Guide to Library Research Web site: http://www.lib.duke.edu/libguide/plagarism.htm  Proofreading for commas. (n.d.). Retrieved June 28, 2004, from Purdue University Online Writing Lab Web site: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/g_commaproof.html Sterngold, A. (2004). Confronting plagiarism: How conventional teaching invites cyber-cheating. Change, 36(3), 16+. Retrieved June 28, 2004, from ProQuest databaseStrunk, W., Jr. (1999). Omit needless words. In The elements of style (chap. 3). Retrieved June 28, 2004, from http://www.bartleby.com/141/strunk5.html#13
Venes, D. (2001). Taber’s cyclopedic medical dictionary (19th ed.). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Company.[SR1]Use down arrow to expand all comments below.Remove all comments in paper before submitting to earn a better grade. One way to do this, right click on each comment, select ‘Delete Comment’. All Papers will be checked using SafeAssign. Please focus on keeping the SafeAssign percentage to approximately 20%.[JM2][SR3]The CEO challenge is for an internal employee provide recommendation of new IT system to remove or bring the Shadow IT projects under the IT department.Include how this assignment will communicate how your project proposal satisfied the CEO’s concern. Remember Shadow IT from the Week 1 Discussion. The Shadow IT has to either be adopted by the organization, or it has to be removed by the organization.[JM4][SR5]Identify the main functions of your proposed information system and why they are important to the business.To earn an ‘A’ in this section you must (From Grading Rubric):Proposed an original information system. Identified the main functions of the system. Explained the importance of each function to the business.Explained the stylistic choices for architecture of information system. Connected main functions of system to business needs and shadow IT.[JM6] To earn an “A” in this section (From Grading Rubric):[JM6]Explained how the main functions are being handled by the old information system. Described the problems of the old system. Justified why the new system can handle things better than the old system.Described why inefficiencies of maintenance in the old system persist. Provided options for keeping the system separate, integrating with old, or scaling up/down based on business needs.[JM7][SR8]Provide an overview of data management.[JM9][JM10][JM10]Describe the data types in the system. The 13 Types Of DataTo earn an “A” in this section (From Grading Rubric):Described the data types in the system. [JM11]Describe the Storage Methods4 Data Storage Methods for BusinessesTo earn an “A” in this section (From Grading Rubric):Explained how the system would hold each data type.Explained the system storage and interaction with data.Describe the Data Quality[JM12]What is Data Quality?To earn an “A” in this section (From Grading Rubric):Proposed how data quality would be ensured.Considered the impacts of cost and maintenance on data quality.[SR13]Describe the System TransitionTo earn an “A” in this section (From Grading Rubric):Explain how the functions you mentioned are being handled by the old information systemThe problems that occurWhy your information system will handle things better.Described why inefficiencies of maintenance in the old system persist. Provided options for keeping the system separate, integrating with old, or scaling up/down based on business needs.[SR14]Offer evidence of feasibility: Show that similar information systems have been built successfully and that they save more money than they cost.What is Feasibility?To earn an “A” in this section (From Grading Rubric):Identified similar, successful information systems. Demonstrated cost savings comparison. Defended how the new system could operate similarly to successful systems.Explain what makes the information system identified similar to yours. Demonstrate how the new system outperforms similar systems.[SR15]Reference Page Notes: Use a separate references page and double space. Note that throughout the paper and reference list, titles of non-periodicals and the names of journals, book titles, and volume are set in italics rather than being underlined. See APA Manual, pages 239-281 for examples of various references.  In addition, please read pages 215-232 for basic reference guidelines. Remove References in example that you do not use.

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