Centralization is based on the top management has all the power when it comes

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Centralization is based on the top management has all the power when it comes to the duties when delegating the middle and lower management levels. Centralization is based on coordination, economic scale, compatibility, and connectivity (Valacich, & Schneider, 2016). When it comes to decentralization, that is more flexible, adaptable, and systems responsiveness (Valacich, & Schneider, 2016). Which would bring forth senior management disseminate powers to the middle and the lower classes in a bid to hit a given target (Azad et al., 2012). As for Apple, they need to have decentralization, which would help with making quick decisions, but they should honestly have a balance between decentralization and centralization. When it comes to end-user computing needs, it "refers to technologies that IT professionals use to deploy, secure the devices, applications, and the data that the workers are required to perform their jobs." (Rouse, 2017) It’s so important to understand this when it comes to IT. There are benefits to having this around because it benefits the company itself, especially when it comes to enabling a workforce securely. There also needs to be made sure that there is unified management when it comes to the organization. It helps when organizations allow their workers to have access to their workplace applications on their own devices when they are away from work and can have easy access. With recommending system software, they already have a perfect system that they already have when it comes to their overall security. Which they could honestly make more money to make that their information is double protected rather than buying another kind of system from another company where anything could go wrong. Apple would still be looking out for their customer's
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IT SYSTEM RECOMMENDATION: APPLE 6 information, but they would be making more money but also be expanding its overall protection in their security systems. They should also look into the tools for aiding desktop monitors both physically and virtually and the applications that are presented on them. Also, making sure that people can still have access to these kinds of applications on other devices but still be as easy as it would be on a desktop. Potential Security Threats When it comes to any company, there is going to be the potential for security threats. When it comes to the transaction processing system exposes a variety of security threats. Having a weak system is the primary threat when it comes to security threats to Apple's information system. If this system were to be a poor security system for the overall company and the customers that use them, declining in the sales of their products because people wouldn't trust the security and safety of people's information and data.
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