Discussion:- Ethics and Information Management
1. Write a comparative analysis of the articles noting the similarities and differences.
2. Discuss what you learned from those articles. In your discussion, give example(s) of your organization handles ethic concerns as they relate to information management.
Read and respond to at least two (2) of your classmates’ posts. In your response to your classmates, consider comparing your articles to those of your classmates. Below are additional suggestions on how to respond to your classmates’ discussions:
· Ask a probing question, substantiated with additional background information, evidence or research.
· Share an insight from having read your colleagues’ postings, synthesizing the information to provide new perspectives.
· Offer and support an alternative perspective using readings from the classroom or from your own research.
· Validate an idea with your own experience and additional research.
· Make a suggestion based on additional evidence drawn from readings or after synthesizing multiple postings.
· Expand on your colleagues’ postings by providing additional insights or contrasting perspectives based on readings and evidence.
Reply to 1st topic:-
Ethical hacking is something related to something related to something very much required for something required for the organization. It is all related to the internal features. It is also required to make sure that the use of the ethical hacking required to make sure that the system is related to the use of the ethical issues and so forth that are related to the use of the organizational policies. It is also related to the use of the ethical hacking and the users also that are related to the systems and its effects. Moreover, the effective uses of the ethical hacking is something very much important for the organizational and its values, which are used by the various people across the organizations (James, n.d). Moreover, it is also required to make sure that the use of the ethical plan for the use of other important measure that are required for the organizational values. Ethical plan is the use of the same plan that is required to make sure that the use of the ethical plan (Nether, 1985).Ethical planning is the use of the plan that is required to make sure that the plan is very much required to make sure that is the use of the plan for more effective part that is required to make sure that the uses of the ethical planning for any organization that is required for the purpose of doing the most effective business (Nether, 1985). It is also required to make sure that the use of the plan for various reasons, that is required to make sure that the use of the plan for the purpose of taking many of the effective business plans that are required to make sure that the use of the same for various different information.
Reply 2 to 2nd topic:-
Open innovation platforms (OIPs) are applied to service businesses and aim to increase service innovation, by engaging users and encouraging them to submit ideas, share content, and invite others to participate. The employment of OIPs raises several ethical issues, such as fairness, ownership, and privacy. One approach for addressing these issues is to raise the visibility of ethics on the platform. Following a systematic approach, this paper explores the topic of the visibility of ethics in OIPs, by reviewing related ethical issues and evaluating the application of ethics by OIPs in practice. We conclude with reflections on design and suggestions for practitioners. The visibility of ethics is seen as a proactive design state, and we argue that it can both improve service innovation through OIPs, and improve the fairness of relationships between customers and companies.
Involving customers in the innovation process is of increasing importance in the delivery of new services and creation of radical innovations. In a survey by Eurostat, more than 70% of all companies have named customers as the most common source for innovation1. Companies are attempting to open their innovation processes by employing the involvement of customers and technology platforms. Following this direction, Open Innovation (OI) aims to open up the innovation process of a company and encourage the inflow and outflow of knowledge and information. OI is based on the premise that organizations cannot innovate in isolation, and relates to organizations that engage with different types of collaborators, such as customers, to acquire ideas and resources from the external environment to stay competitive. One way to achieve customer involvement is by utilizing technology platforms and online tools for OI, namely Open Innovation Platforms (OIPs). A technology platform for OI is an online communication portal for company associates, such as customers, employees, and other company partners. OIPs enable companies to create innovations for services by engaging users and facilitating user activities, such as idea submission, discussions, and competitions. OI applies to services and service innovation by employing an “outside in” or “inside out” approach.