Samenvatting jaarverslaggeving/externe verslaggeving H1 t/m H13 Epe
Duidelijke en uitgebreide samenvatting van het boek: Jaarverslaggeving van Epe. Alle stof van H1 t/m H13 wordt behandeld. Incl. voorbeelden.
Inholland AC/BE jaar 2/3
MGG2601 Past papers with Memos
This document provides past papers from 2009, 2010,2011,2012, 2015 (2Papers) ,2016 (2 papers) ,2017 with memos provided for 2009,2010,2011 and 2012. These memos can be used as an extensive foundation for the rest of the examination papers.
Data recovery processes should reflect an organization\'s information system priorities. As big data plays a mission-critical role in an organization,
Data recovery processes should reflect an organization\'s information system priorities. As big data plays a mission-critical role in an organization, disaster recovery becomes more of a focal point. Data recovery activities should take place in a pre-planned sequential fashion so that system components can be restored in a logical manner and should take into consideration:
Personnel: The IS leadership and workforce members, as well as the SIRT members, involved in data recovery processes will be the most valuable resource. These individuals may be asked to work at great personal sacrifice and resources shall be provided to meet their personal and professional needs.
Communication: Notification of internal and external business partners associated with the organization\'s information systems.
Salvage of Existing IS Equipment and Systems: Initial data recovery efforts shall be targeted at protecting and preserving the current media, equipment, applications and systems. A priority shall be to identify and obtain storage media. The IS equipment shall be further protected from the elements or removed to a safe location, away from the disaster site if necessary (Alternative Sites).
Designate Recovery Site: It will be necessary to determine if the data recovery efforts can be carried out at the original primary site or moved to another location (see Command Recovery Center Alternative Site section). The choice of using an internal or a remote site will be dependent on the damage and estimated recovery of the computing and networking capabilities.
Backup/New Equipment: The recovery process will rely heavily on the ability of the organization\'s vendors to quickly provide replacements for the resources which cannot be salvaged. Emergency procurement processes will be implemented to allow the IS leadership to quickly replace equipment, supplies, software and any others items required for data recovery.
Reassembly Process: Salvaged and new data recovery equipment and components shall be reassembled at the recovery site to begin data recovery processes.
Restoration of Data from Backups: Data recovery will rely on the availability of the backup data from the storage site. Initial data recovery efforts will focus on restoring the operating systems by pre-determined priority.
Restoration of Applications Data: IS leadership will work with the individual departments/application owners to restore each running application. As a period of time may have elapsed between the time that the backups were made and the time of the disaster requiring data recovery, the application owners must address mechanisms to capture and restore the lost interim data.
Move Back to Restored Permanent/Primary Site: If the data recovery process has taken place at an alternative site, the equipment and systems that have been assembled at the alternative site will need to be returned to the original site when available.
Directions: Prepare a document that specifies the critical mission data that will need to be included in your Disaster Recovery Plan. This document will become part of the larger developed plan that you will create throughout the term. You may need to perform a web-based search for a Disaster Recovery Plan template using a search engine like Google or Bing to help you determine what the plan will look like in its final form.
In your document, make sure to:
Specify the different types of mission critical data that need to be procured. This may include information from sections A-I above depending on the organization you\'ve chosen.
Explain why these types of data are important for your organization.
INF1505 EXAMINATION 2019, COMPREHENSIVE SUMMARY AND ANSWERS, PREVIOUS TEST REVISION (MAY/JUNE 2017)
A comprehensive summary and answers for examination 2019 preparation.
All answers are thoroughly discussed and explained, and possibly can be asked in the 2019 exam.
The questions and answers repeat yearly - if you study this document you will grasp the course thoroughly.
Revision based on old papers: UNISA exam of May/June 2017.
The Disaster Recovery Plan should be tested from time to time using scheduled mock drills. A drill usually will not affect active operations; however, if it is known that operations will be affected,
The Disaster Recovery Plan should be tested from time to time using scheduled mock drills. A drill usually will not affect active operations; however, if it is known that operations will be affected, the drill should be carefully scheduled such that the effect is minimal and is done during a permissible window. These activities should be regarded similarly to regular equipment maintenance activities that require operations downtime. The experience of the mock drill should be updated into the Disaster Recovery Plan document.
Directions: Prepare a document that specifies the procedures for testing your Disaster Recovery plan. This document may include such as test scenarios, actions required, action items, walkthrough checklists, simulation checklists, and much more.
In your document, make sure to:
Specify the procedures for testing the DR. You may need to search the public web for ideas on DR Plan testing using a search engine like Google or Bing.
Identify why these procedures are necessary.
Make any revisions necessary to your DR Plan from previous submissions. This should be a total and complete Disaster Recovery Plan that you submit for this assignment. If you need assistance with your format, perform a web-based search for a Disaster Recovery Plan template using a search engine like Google or Bing to help you determine what the plan will look like in its final form.
Use proper APA citation where research is required.
AUE3701 Audit Planning and Test of Controls
Complete notes for study units 1 to 5, including examples.
Please note, these notes include extracts and examples from the study guide as well as summaries of the ISAs. Without the extracts and examples from the study guides these notes would note be comprehensive. These notes are meant to be used as a stand alone for studying and revising.
LITERATURE & LECTURES 2019/2020 (Organization Sciences) (Grade: 8.0)
This summary contains ALL the literature and lectures that need to be studied for the exam. This course is given by Kees Boersma at the VU for the masters BCO and COM.
Summary IT Governance and Strategic Sourcing
Hi guys! This is the ITG and SS summary of 2019. Please be informed that WC5 and 1 reading is not included. Furthermore as Carol Ou mentioned, guest talks and WC1 are not compulsory and this is also the reason why it's not in the summary.
If you have some points that should be in the summary, please let me know!
Happy learning and good luck.
Controleleer samenvatting H1 t/m H5
Uitgebreide samenvatting van controleleer met de belangrijkste informatie uit H1 t/m H5. Inholland, Finance & control / AC/BE, jaar 2, blok 7