Kristin Westbrook_MAN 4701-2M_Week 2_Resolving Ethical Business Challenges

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RESOLVING ETHICAL BUSINESS CHALLENGES 1 Resolving Ethical Business Challenges Kristin L. Westbrook MAN 4701-2M Everest University Online
RESOLVING ETHICAL BUSINESS CHALLENGES 2 Resolving Ethical Business Challenges Describe the stakeholders involved in this ethical dilemma. What stake do they have in the situation? In the given scenario there are many stakeholders. The students of Arizona University, whom depend on the resources of the library to complete assignments and gain access to resource information have a stake in the situation, as they pay money to study at the University and expect to have resources available when needed. The IT department of Arizona University also has a stake in the situation, as their department is ultimately responsible for safeguarding the electronic equipment and computer resources that are available on campus. If faculty receive message that their accounts have been logged into, IT should inspect the issue and make reasonable efforts to reduce or eliminate the log-in attempts. Faculty member accounts in which have been used for the purpose of piracy may find themselves in a heap of trouble, including legal issues if evidence cannot prove against hacked attempts.

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