cmgt554 | Graduate

IT Infrastructure

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This course focuses on the managerial level of knowledge and terminology for telecommunications and computer networks. This course covers the concepts and application of the Internet, server and storage architectures, and regulatory considerations.

This graduate-level course is 6 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6

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    Mobile Computing, Social Networks, and eCommerce

    • Explain the influence of social networking on business and IT Infrastructure.
    • Distinguish the role of IT Infrastructure in supporting e-commerce and e-business.
    • Describe how IT Infrastructure facilitates mobile computing.

    Business Intelligence, Security, and Technology Trends

    • Develop a plan to secure the IT Infrastructure.
    • Identify IT metrics that can be used to increase efficiency and effectiveness.
    • Assess the impact of current trends in technology for improving global business.

    IT Infrastructure in the Global Business Environment

    • Explain the role of information technology in the business environment.
    • Describe the business manager’s role in the use of information systems and information technology.
    • Explain the role of IT infrastructure in business performance improvement.

    Telecommunications Concepts

    • Compare the roles of network models in an enterprise IT Infrastructure.
    • Explain how protocols support accurate and timely network communications.
    • Summarize voice, video, and data communications and network standards.

    Enterprise Networks

    • Classify the enterprise networks used in a global business environment.
    • Illustrate the networking technologies used in a global business environment.
    • Summarize the components of network risk assessment and mitigation.

    Enterprise Information Systems, Data Management, and Applications

    • Explain how software applications utilize the IT infrastructure.
    • Analyze the role of enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), and big data analytic systems.
    • Describe data management concerns in the context of regulatory considerations, ethical responsibility, and business performance.
    • Construct an organizational systems management plan incorporating current trends and security concerns.
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