Class student dicussions answers week 4

Discussions Discussions Zeck question It is vital for many organizations to have resource permission when there is need to access vital files. This is according to Zeck, which I second reasoning that; not every individual in an organization should be informed on some of the crucial decisions that are carried out by superiors. By ensuring that certain registered user accounts have access to sensitive information; an organization may be guaranteed that only the right people get the intended information. This is one way of going about configuring the resource permissions, as Zeck put it. Anna question 2 Anna provides a more detailed explanation as to how files can be shared in an organization, without the use of multiple passwords. This is through access control lists, which determine the user accounts that may access privileged and sensitive information. She goes on to say that when it comes to read only information, users can have full access. However, this should not apply when it comes to read-write information. There is need for clearance when this happens in an organization because, not everyone needs to provide information on every sensitive file that is passed in the organization. Bernadette question 3 I do agree with Bernadette on the adoption of the elements on folder sharing. They need to exist for many departments to access information that may be of use in their daily operations. Public folder sharing allows users the ability to read and write information passed through, but this can only be done through password and personal user accounts. This is required because, there is no need of having everyone add on information to files that are already in circulation in the organization. The passwords and user accounts must be given to few superior people in the organization. On the benefits of homegroup sharing to real-life situations, Bernadette states that there is a connection between users when it comes to homegroup sharing. This may be true because, you can share files with whoever you choose to, and whatever you choose to share with them. This is without the fear of having someone else getting the information without your permission. Anna question 4 I would agree with Anna on the use of homegroup sharing, which Bernadette clearly indicated in her argument. It is only through the personalisation of user accounts and passwords that an individual may get access to a homegroup file. This is if they are not connected to the main network that is in use by a particular group. Saraswathi question 5 Laying staff members off should be an internal affair since the public does not need to know about it. This is if the lay-offs are legal and in accordance with the law. The report should be done internally and the information should travel through all the channels, i. e., from the head of the corporation, to the last member of the organization. So, I agree with Saraswathi on the internalization of such a report, which may largely affect the operations of the organization. The analytical and financial nature of the report must be done among top members so as to avert any fears of a corporation’s future financial crises, if any. Richard question 6 I do agree with Richard on the advertising report about the candy bar that would revolutionise its brand. In order for a corporation to capitalise on their sales, it is vital to have an advertising strategy that may capture the attention of more than just the candy lovers. Everyone needs to feel connected to the product, and should welcome the idea. Also, Richard’s idea of distributing the report internally and externally is well placed. The organization should be aware of the intended purposes of the advertisement, and should be okay with the ideas in place. Tracey question 7 Tracey’s plan of breaking the ice is an exceptional idea. However, making fun of oneself does not necessarily mean that the audience is laughing with you in most cases. It may be tough speaking to an unfamiliar group so keeping the jokes at a minimum could be important for first impressions. Let the audience know that you own whatever you want to say. Your diversity in many areas can allow you to get accustomed with the group, before and after the group talks. Giving yourself the benefit of a doubt when it comes to something you love doing is vital, as it boosts your morale and self-confidence. Anxiety medication can have an effect on your mind, thus; affecting your coordination and speech. Leonard question 8 It is not quite an easy task speaking in front of an audience. However, the trick behind going around this fear is not through fixing one’s mind on one thing. This is not easy even if an individual knows what they are to speak about. Leonard, in this case, looked at someone he felt at ease with, which is the most natural thing to do when addressing an audience. I have to disagree with you though for one reason. The person you might like might not want the attention being placed on her so she may avoid making eye contact. What happens to the talk after you realise this is happening? Also, the other members in the audience might notice this and find it offensive that you are only addressing one person, and may get distracted easily. It may not be easy, but you should look for a way to address an audience, without fixing your gaze on one person.