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Kaplan IT460 unit 4 and unit 5 discussions

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Question;Topic 1: Process ModelingPlease review the Discussion Board Participation grading rubric on your course syllabus. This is important information to ensure you earn the maximum points.Chapter five covers Data and Process Modeling. Before we learn how to model these two very important components, we need to understand them!Let?s tackle processes first. As a response to this thread, please address the following questions:Further define the term "processes" as I've outlined above.Why do we need to understand this area of our system?How do we handle "processes" as we progress through the SDLC?What tools/diagrams might be used to help with our efforts?Each of you should research this topic via the web and then share with your classmates what you've found. Please keep in mind the standards we've established for a quality response.Topic 2: User DataClass, let?s now turn our focus on data as outlined in Chapter 5.In your response, please address the following questions:Further define the term " data" as I've described above.If I were to ask you to describe ?user data? would your response be any different?Why do we need to understand this area of our system?How do we handle "data" as we progress through the SDLC?What tools/diagrams might be used to help with our efforts?I'd like each of you to research this topic via the web and then share with our classmates what you've found. Please keep in mind the standards we've established for a quality response.Unit 5;Topic 1;Risk;Please review the;Discussion Board Participation grading rubric on your course syllabus. This is;important information to ensure you earn the maximum points.;Projects pose many avenues;of risk for organizations. Systems analysts are tasked with helping to mitigate;that risk by providing the customer with the best options that meet their needs;but do not take advantage of their lack of specialization regarding the system;being implemented. Search the Internet and find a resource that describes what;causes IT projects to fail and list at least one of those reasons and how the;systems analyst can help mitigate that risk.;Topic 2;Structured vs. Object Oriented Analysis;So far we've studied the;structured approach to systems analysis. For this learning Unit, we are going;to turn our attention to object-oriented analysis. For your response to this;discussion thread, please address the following questions;1.What is the definition of the;structured analysis as it pertains to the SDLC?;2.What is the definition of object oriented analysis as it pertains to SDLC?;3.Given, both of the above definitions, what are the real differences?;4.When should each be used? Are they mutually exclusive processes or do they go;hand in hand?

 

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