Management Information Systems Through User Interface

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Management Information Systems through User-Interface Briana White MGTK 450.115 Summer 2015 July 7, 2015 Abstract Management information systems is an integrated computer based application used to access useful, timely and accurate information to allow the user to make appropriate decisions, and to manage information effectively and efficiently. The amount of data collected is increasingly larger every day when it comes to management information systems. For employees the information includes such things as name, address, gender, social security number, work habits, likes and dislikes. For the customer, data collected include name, address, gender, credit card number, likes and dislikes. The question is how do we handle…show more content…
Due to these issues caused by employees, organizations spend large amounts of money on internal information technology security controls. However, technical solutions for restricting access privileges have limited power to stem the rising tide of violations. The problem of access policy violations is intensified by the fact that many systems require broad access privileges. Not every system can be tightly controlled without placing excessive constraints on employees ' ability to perform their work. Unfortunately, this trade-off opens organizations to serious security risks. Since access policy violations are signify growing into substantial costs for organizations and training programs along with sanctions have been suggested to reduce these violations, evidence shows these issues still continue. Subsequently, it is imperative to identity additional ways to reduce access policy violations, especially for systems providing broad access to data. Accountability was a study that was challenged to be used broadly in a variety of fields, including psychology, philosophy, ethics, political science, and organizational behavior, and be applied at both the individual and organizational level. The accountability theory was to develop four user-interface (UI) design artifacts that raise user’s accountability perceptions within systems to decrease access policy violations. UI design
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