IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance:

Message Integrity

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September 8, 2012  12:14 AM

Data Communications Risk in Distributed Computing – Part V



Posted by: Robert Davis
Capacity Management, Configuration Management, Distributed Platforms, Information Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Management, IT Architecture, IT Configuration, IT Infrastructure, IT Security, IT Support, Management Information Systems, Message Integrity, Risk Management, Service Delivery and Support

Reducing data communication error risk for teleprocessing systems Teleprocessing is the handling of data through a communications channel, such as...

September 5, 2012  7:56 PM

Data Communications Risk in Distributed Computing – Part IV



Posted by: Robert Davis
Capacity Management, Configuration Management, Distributed Platforms, Information Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Management, IT Architecture, IT Configuration, IT Infrastructure, IT Support, Management Information Systems, Message Integrity, Risk Management, Service Delivery and Support

Signal fading is a decline in transmission strength. Fading can occur when a signal is transmitted by microwaves. Under certain conditions, the signal picked up by the receiving unit can be quite weak. A weak signal is more susceptible to transmission noise and error. Signal...


August 31, 2012  11:31 PM

Data Communications Risk in Distributed Computing – Part III



Posted by: Robert Davis
Capacity Management, Configuration Management, Distributed Platforms, Information Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Management, IT Architecture, IT Configuration, IT Infrastructure, IT Support, Management Information Systems, Message Integrity, Risk Management, Service Delivery and Support

The electrical signal may be changed by mechanical component failure of the communications network, or by a problem related to the characteristics of data communications. Of these two error sources, the characteristics of data communications are by far more important. Root causes of most...


August 29, 2012  2:00 PM

Data Communications Risk in Distributed Computing – Part II



Posted by: Robert Davis
Capacity Management, Configuration Management, Distributed Platforms, Information Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Management, IT Architecture, IT Configuration, IT Infrastructure, IT Support, Management Information Systems, Message Integrity, Risk Management, Service Delivery and Support

A common type of data communications risk According to Christopher E. Strangio, the distance over which data moves within IT can vary from a few thousandths of an inch, as is the case within a single integrated circuit (IC) chip, to several feet along the main circuit board’s...


August 25, 2012  12:09 AM

Data Communications Risk in Distributed Computing – Part I



Posted by: Robert Davis
Capacity Management, Configuration Management, Distributed Platforms, Information Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Management, IT Architecture, IT Configuration, IT Infrastructure, IT Support, Management Information Systems, Message Integrity, Risk Management, Service Delivery and Support

As the distance between the message source and designated destination increases, accurate transmission becomes increasingly more risky. Data communication systems are designed with transmission speed and capacity to meet the timeliness and volume needs of defined users. Nonetheless, data...


May 26, 2009  6:14 PM

Electronic Commerce – Part IV



Posted by: Robert Davis
B2B, B2C, B2E, B2G, Business-to-Business, Business-to-Consumer, Business-to-Employee, Business-to-Government, E-commerce, EDI, Electronic Commerce, Electronic Data Interchange, Internet, Message Integrity, PKI, Public Key Infrastructure, UCC, Uniform Commercial Code

EDI is commonly defined as the transfer of data between different companies utilizing networks. For the vast majority of entities, enhanced transactional traceability, reliability, and accessibility are derived EDI benefits; but without appropriate...

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May 22, 2009  7:00 PM

Electronic Commerce – Part III



Posted by: Robert Davis
B2B, B2C, B2E, B2G, Business-to-Business, Business-to-Consumer, Business-to-Employee, Business-to-Government, E-commerce, EDI, Electronic Commerce, Electronic Data Interchange, Internet, Message Integrity, UCC, Uniform Commercial Code

EDI between trading partners can be interpreted as legally binding contracts. For instance, when a transaction is initiated by one of the trading partners, such as a purchase order, it constitutes an "offer". In turn, if a trading partner agrees to supply the merchandise requested, it normally is...


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