The entire assignment summarizes with the broad concept of Business intelligence (BI) of an organization, IT Agility of an organization, SWOT analysis of an organization, strategic planning of an organization, enterprise architecture of an organization, and Management information systems of an organization, DSS of an organization, Cloud infrastructure of an organization, Data and text mining and DMS in an organization management with illustrated and strategic concepts. The researcher has maintained and manipulated several intellectual belongings with respect to the given study on "Cloud Pro Leverages iPad’s touch: Benefits Start-Ups" and "Are There Places Not to Use Analytics” provided below.
Definition and Explanation of the terminologies
Business Intelligence (BI): It can be described a set of tools and techniques for transformation and acquisition of meaningful raw data in business activities (Grunig, 2013). It can also be described a set of techniques used for data interfacing associated with Business Intelligence (BI) of functionality.
IT Agility: It is a culture, process or mentality perspective (Marchewka, 2014). It is a common business term used for the measurement; that how the business responds to the SWOT analysis. It generally responds to several threats and opportunities that prevail in an entire organizational management.
SWOT Analysis: It is an acronym used by all organizational management. It is a plan that is used to measure the company strength, weakness, opportunities and threats of the organizations (Willcocks, 2013). It is considered as one of the most efficient and effective process of all business activities management; as it depicts the strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats associated to several market and customer segmentation.
Strategic Planning: It is an organizational management that is generally used to set several priorities and strengthened operations to ensure that the employees are enforcing towards attaining aim and objectives. It generally includes planning, developing, creating company mission, vision and objectives with respect to an organizational management.
Enterprise Architecture: It is a conceptual blueprint that implies the structures and operations of an organizational management (Tran, Le Ngoc & Phuong, 2013). The framework of enterprise architecture mainly involves the business architecture, information architecture and technology architecture.
Management Information Systems (MIS): It is virtually form of maintaining the database with financial information that it is prepared to reflect the report on daily basis for business activities. It basically involves several sectors and segments associated with different organizational management. The concept of cloud infrastructure generally includes allocation of cloud services, data recovery and back up, virtual desktop applications and web application hosting.
Decision Support System (DSS): The decision support system is based on computer information system that assists the organization decision making activities. The main components of decision support system mainly comprises of model driven, knowledge driven, data driven, and document driven segmentation of an organizational management.
Cloud Infrastructure: It generally refers to the computer essential components which include servers, hardware’s, software’s and etc (Tran, Le Ngoc & Phuong, 2013). Many organizations have adopted and implemented the concept of cloud based server system to articulate and cooperate with many advanced and innovative system technology. It is very useful and helpful for every business enterprise.
Text and Data Mining: It implies a process of deriving the high quality form the abbreviated text. It generally includes collection of data and information, parsing of information, repository, viewing results, optimizing, and applying mining algorithm of an organizational management.
DMS: The concept of DMS generally includes the virtualization of computer, science and engineering techniques segmentation engineering (Mithas et al., 2012). This concept has been taken a very important tool for making and segmenting the virtualization of various intellectual technologies.
Big Data: It is data sets that are used to manage, capture, search and manipulate the records of customer and clients in a database system. It is considered as one of the most important and essential tools for every organizational management. It is very helpful and useful in maintain and manipulating the records of database management system.
List of information technology (IT) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
In the related scenario, the comprehensive list of information technology (IT) key performance indicators generally includes the concept of average data center availability, campus PBX availability and etc (Baltzan, 2012). It is generally used by most of the organizational management to articulate different segments of competitive analysis.
Advantage and Disadvantage of IT Key Performance Indicators
Advantage of information technology (IT) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):
The perfect identification of crucial indicators of organization success will assist and invent the performance targets (Willcocks, 2013). Additionally, the advantage of IT in terms of KPI comprises of communication interface and maintain ace of several driven files.
Disadvantage of information technology (IT) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):
The main disadvantage of information technology (IT) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) is that it becomes very tough to measure and process the embarking the organization tasks, equipment failure and hiring of IT professionals increases the cost overhead of an organizational management. SAAS
Definition of SAAS
Software As A service (SAAS): It is a software delivery and licensing model in which several software’s has been licensed in a subscription basis and it is hosted centrally (Mithas et al., 2012). It is generally accessed by all users using a layer of thin client through browser.
Benefits of Software As A service (SAAS):
1. Low cost overhead of an organization.
2. Work from anywhere and anytime in an organization.
Disadvantages of Software As A service (SAAS):
1. Concern of security.
2. Performance and Compliance (Grunig, 2013).
"Cloud Pro Leverages iPad’s touch: Benefits Start-Ups"
Flexible delivery of network management (the service).
The Cloud Pro application generally allows the network administrator to use their cell phones devices anywhere and anytime: switching on backup of server, creation of new server from stored backup, management of scheduling backup, delete servers, resize, rename and reboot (Marchewka, 2014).
Discussion of benefit and disadvantage of Cloud Pro for network admin
In the related scenario, there are various types of benefits which include interfacing and allowing the network administrator to stop tethering into a server room, making it usable for few peoples to manipulate and manage more servers by reducing costs and provides greater accessibility to company resources that would not be affordable for medium and small scale organizations (Willcocks, 2013).
Apart from this, the above mentioned benefits of an organization can also be considered as major disadvantage. The network administrator of an organization may always be on matter of call that where are they located; contains few peoples managed on more servers and puts a vast responsibility on the allocate servers in an organization (Galliers & Leidner, 2014). It also reduces a large number of IT jobs in an organizational management at a glance. It is generally used by most of the organizational management to articulate different segments of competitive analysis.
Discussion of Rack Space’s Cloud Pro with features of Mike Mayo
The application has the features discussed in the provided hyperlink below:
"Are There Places Not to Use Analytics?"
Benefit from Seed
The concept of Seed is based on the idea of the hybrid engineering and journalism. It is generally based on the idea that the editors can figure out the prevailing stories of data mining search engines (Mithas et al., 2012). It enables the user to enhance and ensure using certain algorithm for searching criterion.
Concern for reporting integrity
In the related scenario, Seed will lead to online coverage of news with consistency of weird drama and gossips (Krajewski, Ritzman & Malhotra, 2013).
Concern for reporting quality
In the related scenario, Seed will approach to the concept of Software Engine Optimization (SEO) density keyword algorithm in an organizational management (Baltzan, 2012).
Detection of other new media organizations.
In the related scenario, the detection of other new media organizations that follows a same strategy to attract readers is depending on the conceptual basis of strategically data of an organizational management (Schwalbe, 2015). In the above scenario, the researcher has maintained and manipulated the core concepts of media strategy in AOL framework with definition of media management.
The entire assignment concludes with the broad concept of Business intelligence (BI) of an organization, IT Agility of an organization, SWOT analysis of an organization, strategic planning of an organization, enterprise architecture of an organization, and Management information systems of an organization, DSS of an organization, Cloud infrastructure of an organization, Data and text mining and DMS in an organization. The list of information technology (IT) key performance indicators with the concept of SAAS model with its preferred advantage and disadvantage has also been explained and discussed. It is very useful and helpful with respect to every organizational management. Every company must follow the conceptual strategy perception. The term rationale in this assignment implies a set of reason that is set on a logical basis; that is clearly reflected and highlighted from the current study. The explanation and controlling principles of various intellectual concepts has been reflected and highlighted by the researcher above. The above study lesson gives us the brief concept with its advantage and disadvantage, mentioned above.
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Holtshouse, D. K. (2013). Information technology for knowledge management. U. M. Borghoff, & R. Pareschi (Eds.). Springer Science & Business Media.
Krajewski, L. J., Ritzman, L. P., & Malhotra, M. K. (2013). Operations management: processes and supply chains. Pearson.
Marchewka, J. T. (2014). Information technology project management. John Wiley & Sons.
Mithas, S., Tafti, A. R., Bardhan, I., & Goh, J. M. (2012). Information technology and firm profitability: mechanisms and empirical evidence. Mis Quarterly, 36(1), 205-224.
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Schwalbe, K. (2015). Information technology project management. Cengage Learning.
Tran, S. T., Le Ngoc Thanh, N. Q. B., & Phuong, D. B. (2013). Introduction to information technology. In Proc. of the 9th inter. CDIO conf.(CDIO).
Venkatesh, V., Thong, J. Y., & Xu, X. (2012). Consumer acceptance and use of information technology: extending the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology. MIS quarterly, 36(1), 157-178.
Willcocks, L. (2013). Information management: the evaluation of information systems investments. Springer.