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Some typical questions from Information Technology are: http://unilearning.uow.edu.au/report/3a-1.html 1 of 1 2/25/2009 8:38 AM Prepare an information management strategy for an organisation with which you are familiar. Identify ways to improve the transfer of information throughout the organisation considering both technical and behavioural issues. In your strategy, address aspects of the technical architecture such as specifications, costs and risks. Also, outline how the system will improve the way people use information in the organisation. Critically analyse an information technology strategic plan from a selected organisation. Outline the organisation’s background Describe the organisation’s current IT structure Evaluate the existing IT strategic plan Identify any areas of the plan that need revision Make recommendations about revisions to the plan
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Unformatted text preview: Develop a design brief for web site for an existing organisation or association in either the business, community or public sectors. Design and build the website. Evaluate the site against the original design brief. In these examples there are separate, yet related tasks, and this will be reflected in the structure of the report: information will be divided into sections with headings (for example, Recommendations, Aspects of technical architecture ), and the sections will follow a logical progression. Technical reports will obviously differ according to the specific question and task they seek to answer. It is important, however, to be clear what the overall purpose of your report is: is it to inform, to make a proposal, to design, to evaluate or to solve a problem?...
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