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Read the provided material [Chapter 14-15 and erl section 8.9]
Submit a Word document that addresses each of the following:
- Chapter 14
- Define and describe the mobile web.
- Describe the different generations of cell phones.
- Describe how smartphones differ from ordinary cell phones.
- Select a mobile or traditional website that interests you. Describe the site in terms of the ecosystem that makes up the site’s user experience.
- Describe how web pages differ from apps and how apps differ from widgets.
- Discuss why developers say that HTML5 will drive mobile solutions.
- Describe some development best practices for designing solutions for the mobile cloud.
- Chapter 15
- Define corporate governance.
- Discuss the events that led up to the need for increased corporate governance.
- Define business strategy. List five possible business strategies.
- Discuss the purpose of the Capability Maturity Model.
- Define auditing.
- Define internal control and provide an example of a control.
- Discuss the role Sarbanes/Oxley has played with respect to corporate governance.
- Define IT governance.
- List factors one should consider with respect to governing the cloud.
– Your responses should be submitted as a Word document. At least 2 pages, excluding [but required] references and title page.
– Please name the sections of your paper as chapter 14, and 15. No need to name subsections, based on questions asked per chapter. Follow APA 7 format for the same.
– The paper should adhere to APA 7 format and style.
– Your answers should be written in your own words, and it should make sense. No spinbots.
– Include at least THREE external [outside of the attached textbook] references and cite them as per APA 7 format. Highly encouraged to use more references for each section.
References for provided material:
Erl, T., Mahmood, Z., & Puttini, R. (2014). Cloud computing: concepts, technology, & architecture. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Jamsa, K. A. (2013). Cloud computing: SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, virtualization, business models, mobile, security and more. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.