Please tell me a little bit about how you view the Internet and the World Wide Web.What do they mean to you?What impact do they have on your life?What do you think the impact has been so far on our world?What about the future?Is this technology a good thing or a bad thing for people?
Although uniquely compliant with current law and guidance, is the collection and aggregation of data from the IoT and social media an ethical use of data. In 750-1,250 words, explain your opinion with supporting evidence. Make sure to address: 1. How has the IoT and social media been affected by cyber-security over time? 2. Acceptable Use Policy. Although users agree to the conditions of it, is the data being collected used for entirely ethical purposes? 3. User Agreement. If you use something that is provided for free, how does a company make a profit (e.g., how are free products and services monetized)? 4. If companies build security directly into IoT devices before implementing the hardware into the system, the security would be sounder and could be tested ahead of time, instead of building security around the device as an afterthought. Suppose that you are one of the executive members in the company and face this option. However, the built-in security would cost three times higher than the regular without built-in security. Provide your rationale of the decision in light of the Christian worldview.
Describe briefly the technology you are proposing to implement through your action plan. Provide a rationale for why this technology is expedient, appropriate, and relevant to your school. Base this determination on collaborations with stakeholders at the school or on publicly accessible data through the school or district Web site or community publications. Evaluate how this technology is most appropriate for meeting the diverse needs of students, including cultural background, developmental and readiness levels, language, speed of learning, access to technology, and so on. For example, how might the appropriateness of the technology be affected if students only have access to technology via smart phones rather than having access to laptops or iPads? Use peer-reviewed literature to support your evaluation. Analyze the implications of initiating this change through your action plan. Address the potential impact on students, teachers, and school-wide programs. Your analysis should align with theories of institutional change, systems theory, and/or an educational change model. Your analysis should be supported by the professional literature and may reflect professional feedback. Part 2: Action Plan Proposal Design an action plan that includes the following components: A brief analysis of the change you are planning to implement. A description of the actions that need to be taken to implement the plan, including a rationale for why these actions need to happen. Be sure to indicate if any steps need to happen concurrently or in a certain sequence. A list of the individuals who are responsible for each specific action. Consider who has the time and is appropriately situated to take on these responsibilities, but also consider who is most capable of keeping the objective of meeting the needs of diverse learners at the forefront of the planning and implementation. If it is not clear why an individual is assigned to a certain task, be sure to include an explanation. A list of who should be consulted or informed about the project and its findings. In referring to individuals, do not use names, but refer to the position they hold in relation to the plan, such as PTA Chair, ESL Lead Teacher, et cetera. A rationale justifying why giving awareness to these individuals is relevant and important to the goals of your project. Note: Be sure to include parents and community members. A description of who will monitor the progress, document the effects of implementation, and gather any data that is acquired. A timeline of the actions to be taken and the monitoring steps. A list of resources needed to carry out the action plan and a rationale for their inclusion. Consider the resources that may be needed within your school and district as well as resources that may be needed from the community. You will also want to think about resources for training and supporting teachers in the classroom.
Next, gauge and evaluate your organizations current state of security and protection protocols and mechanisms. Identify gaps, challenges and opportunities for improvement by conducting a thorough audit making sure to: 1.Identify the industry specific cyber law in relation to inquiries and incidents. 2.Assess the critical information infrastructure. Determine the configuration of doors,windows, logical controls, data storage and encryption, firewalls, servers, routers, switches,hubs, and so forth to be compliant. 3.Identify key vulnerabilities points and strengths. Show compliance using a test case (pass/fail requirement). Demonstrate an actual compliance test of server, workstation, etc. that indicates what passes or what doesn’t. 4.Indicate the legal elements and liability (costs) that the organization may encounter for non-compliance.Place your findings in a report that will be reviewed by the CIO and System Security Authority(SSA).
1. Write a paper to reflect the point that mainstream media values technology as the panacea for most societal problems, especially with COVID-19, but that the success stories usually were due to central planning by governments (as opposed to the neoliberalist views that tech companies will save us). This is even in the case of Singapore, where the main rhetoric focuses on success from technology. to tie in with techno-solutionism (thinking an app will solve complex social problems with no hidden costs, reducing our imaginations to think beyond what tech companies are telling us), and how moving forward post-COVID-19, perhaps we need to expand our imaginations to solve complex social problems. Technology has a supporting role, but it shouldn’t dictate our imagination. 2. Provide clear distinctions of different ideological frameworks for using technology in development. E.g. private sector-led with minimal government intervention; State-driven infrastructure for universal access to ICT, etc. 3. More sources + in-depth discussions on the case studies (Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam) themselves. Meaning more news articles and analyses. I want this to be the meat of the paper. 4. Reduce the methodology section to no more than 500 words (can delete many of the sub-sections and research here) 5. Include Naomi Klein’s views on the “Screen New Deal” into the recommendations section. She talks about how instead of only thinking about technology solutions, we should be exploring other options. Her main example is with education during COVID-19. Our imagination seems to be limited to remote and online learning, most of the time using big tech platforms. Instead, she invites us to stretch our imagination to think about investing in hiring a double number of teachers so that we can reduce classroom sizes.
using “old” technology is considered a good option for the company. But further than that, doing research to find the “factors that prevent utilizing older plant machinery” is an ambiguous goal. Who do you ask to find this out? What sort of questions do you ask to find the answer to your question? You need to think again about what you are trying to achieve through your project.
Technology and the changes it brings can have a very big effect on our lives. Which technological change has had the largest effect on life in this country? Why? Write an essay explaining the technology you have chosen and how it has affected our lives.
You have now selected an energy policy and constructed an annotated bibliography. Its now time to take the next step toward completing your Energy Policy Paper. Construct an annotated outline using the following main headings: Introduction Policy Basis Achievement of Intended Outcome Influence on Technology Unintended Consequences Summary Add applicable subheadings in sections II through V. Annotate each main heading and subheading with one or two sentences. Provide an in-text citation for each annotation and finalize your outline with a Title Page and References Page(s). For an example of the type of annotations expected, review the Full Sentence Outline (Links to an external site.) [PDF, File Size 66 KB] section at https://owl.english.purdue.edu/media/pdf/20081113013048_544.pdf.
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