Learning Activity 1 When customers can not access AIS applications, it is a big problem.
Imagine customers being unable to buy merchandise from Amazon during the holidays. Imagine students being unable to register and pay for classes during registration time. These are examples of why firms require that their AIS applications retain high availability for use (greater than 99.9%), meaning that these systems will hardly ever suffer an outage. Is this a fair demand for AIS applications and why as well as is it OK for a firm and it customers to accept a much lower availability, such as 80%? To support your response, perform a search on the Internet to find an article that supports your recommendation. Be sure to include (a) the title of the article; (b) a link to it; and (c) a two-sentence summary of the article. Answer to the question above Title: whatever the title is Link: copy and paste the link Summary- it has to be 2-3 sentence talking about the article from the link you share Learning Activity 2 Security and internal controls are the lifeboats for a firm. When properly done, these items provide the necessary safety blanket around the firm’s operations. Using the firm that you work for (or if you are not working, use a firm that you used to work for or a firm that you are familiar with), select an organization/association from the Course-Related Websites and describe they can help your firm in securing and protecting its AIS. Be sure to include specifics. To support your response, perform a search on the Internet to find an article that supports your recommendation (excluding the readings from this class). Be sure to include (a) the title of the article; (b) a link to it; and (c) a two-sentence summary of the article. It is the same thing as the first part of the learning activity part 1: title, link and 2-3 sentence summary about the article