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where X is a set of arguments (we are not concerned with exactly what members of X are); and X x X is a binary relation on the set of arguments, representing the notion of attack.
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changes to the IT architecture are required to ll these gaps. The last stage focuses on integration of changes into plans. The overall procedure is shown in Figure 3.9 and is as follows. Assess Gaps (Step 5): The key starting point is that there is no single ideal IT architecture. Global IT architectures in rms often appear fragmented or even chaotic, and yet this need not be unhealthy. Such IT architectures may simply re ect signi cant differences in business requirements across locations. What is important is to identify what business requirements cannot be met with the status quo architecture. There are two primary domains in which such gaps can be revealed. The rst domain assesses how well the architecture copes with today s basic operational and performance requirements, by reviewing the match between the assembled business process views and corresponding IT applications, infrastructure and organizations, answering, for example, the following questions: Can sensitive IT failures be traced back to underlying weaknesses in global architecture For example, rollout of a business driven international IT project may have failed or been delayed because of lack of alignment in IT technologies or organizations in place within af liates. Does the level of information security match the extent of business dependence on information systems This question focuses on whether the current architecture meets business expectations concerning operation of critical systems and defence against outside attack. Do business expectations on service and cost tie in roughly with the type of IT operation being run Does the business genuinely expect excellent or just cheap IT service The second domain for revealing gaps focuses on the evolution of requirements, and in particular how well the architecture can respond to business change. Many architectures that manage current needs adequately prove to be particularly in exible when needs change. This in exibility may be built in to any aspect of the architecture, from technology to applications, infrastructure or organization, but the aim at this point is to assess what type of business change or innovation is expected, but cannot be supported effectively by IT. Key questions are, for example: If business is expected to increase signi cantly, how scalable is the IT infrastructure to respond to increased volumes or changes in con guration For example, a new business strategy of acquisitions and spin-offs may require an IT architecture which can smoothly integrate or separate systems. If business innovation is to occur primarily on a global level, for example through globalization of supply chain management or the need to provide a single service to international customers, can the existing architecture respond adequately to global information needs
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FIGURE 34.39 Select one column of fields and select Distribute Vertically from a context menu.
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In creating this project, we used Premiere s Video Effects palette to apply the Bend effect to the background and the Strobe effect to the text. Figure 9-17 shows a few frames from the Hurricane Season project.
had succeeded in instituting long-overdue accounting reforms, but he could do nothing to brake the decline in business, especially as the company s largest customers cut back sharply on their equipment orders. The party was over, but the managers at UCBS didn t want to go home. They had underestimated how much they needed a strong stock market to keep them going. Some even forgot that the original rationale for many of their acquisitions had been to essentially play the stock market by buying companies low and selling them high. This was the only way they could ever expect to repay the debt and build net worth to avoid bankruptcy. In a weak market and a poor economy, that door had been shut months earlier. UCBS s chief financial officer had planned a big bond and stock offering to raise emergency capital, but at the last minute he decided to shelve it. Market conditions temporarily unfavorable, said UCBS s spokesperson. The value of UCBS shares, already down 75 percent from their peak, plunged further. Their bonds, downgraded to single-B, followed suit. Their biggest investment banking firms were also suffering acute financial stress. Their names: MetroBank and Harris & Jones. These two institutions, plus several more that had provided bridge financing to UCBS, began to press for payment. Suppliers who had granted the company trade credit were also getting nervous. Nearly everyone was demanding their money. One day when two MetroBank employees compared notes over lunch, they made an interesting discovery. We finally scratched up some spare change $30 million for UCBS, said a senior loan officer to a friend in the trading division. It s just a drop in the bucket. But at least it ll tide them over for a couple of days until something else can be negotiated. I don t believe this. You just made a loan to UCBS retorted the trader. Sure! Why not Do you have something personal against the company No, that s not it. Only this morning, I did some liquidating of our trading portfolio and dumped $20 million in long-term bonds and $30 million in 90-day paper issued by UCBS. One of the worst-case scenarios was coming true.
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