Answered You can buy a ready-made answer or pick a professional tutor to order an original one.
"Setting Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policies" Please respond to the following:
- Imagine you are the IT manager for a large organization. Several of the organization’s managers have asked you what the policies are when it comes to employees using their personal devices at work. After talking to the Chief Information Officer (CIO), you discover that he likes the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) idea but wants you to provide more information regarding the company’s control of these devices and specifically the company’s ability to remote wipe a device in case it is lost or stolen. Take a position on whether or not you believe the company should have the right and the ability to remote wipe its data from an employee’s lost or stolen personal device. If you are in favor of lost devices being wiped, discuss the appropriate time to do so. Provide a rationale for your response.
- As explained in the e-Activity, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs are initiated with the expectation of reduced costs for the company. In many situations, such reductions are not realized due to hidden or unexpected costs associated with the program. From the e-Activity, provide a minimum of two (2) hidden costs that a company should expect with a BYOD initiative, and explain the manner in which the company should address each.
"Visual Effects and Mobile Websites" Please respond to the following:
- Imagine that you add Internet Explorer filters to a Website containing fixed images to enhance the images with a shadow. After adding the filters, it fails to work. Explain why this may have happened. Propose another solution that you can use to get the desired effect.
- Mobile Websites, in most cases, should be simpler than standard sites. How could you design a mobile Website so you would not have to eliminate graphic elements?
Applying Skills Learned" Please respond to the following:
- From the e-Activity, explain what you learned about the Website you selected by looking at the source code. (i.e., the version of HTML that was used, comment tags, if the head elements were marked, and if so, the type of information they contained.) Thinking back to the first week when you performed this task, assess your knowledge and growth.
- Based on what you have learned, provide recommendations for improvement to the source code.
e-activity: Use the Internet to locate a Website of your choice. Right-click on the home page and select “view page source.” Read through the source code and take note of the version of HTML being used, the use of comment tags, and any type of information presented in the head of the document. Be prepared to discuss.
- 331 orders completed