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Discuss how you believe that ram analysis will be integral in investigations and why.

The digital device is not the only place digital data can be stored as cloud-based solutions are taking over traditional data storage devices. Discuss how you believe that RAM analysis will be integral in investigations and why. Also discuss two things that you believe will be important for the investigator to consider and why and two things that you believe that they will not need to consider and why.

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Discuss how you would search a forensic image of a computer, laptop, tablet, or cellphone where you did not know what you were looking for.

Discuss how you would search a forensic image of a computer, laptop, tablet, or cellphone where you did not know what you were looking for. Discuss two things in particular that would assist you in searching and how they would assist you. Also discuss what you believe to be the most significant impact that encryption makes in searching.

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Discuss how you would search a forensic image of a computer, laptop, tablet, or cellphone where you did not know what you were looking for.

Discuss how you would search a forensic image of a computer, laptop, tablet, or cellphone where you did not know what you were looking for. Discuss two things in particular that would assist you in searching and how they would assist you. Also discuss what you believe to be the most significant impact that encryption makes in searching.

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Explain how hash values can be used to verify the integrity of evidence for court and provide what you believe to be the most convincing factor in this regard to establish the integrity of the evidence to the court.

Imagine you are testifying on the witness stand regarding an image of a computer. The defense is questioning the integrity of the image file you created of the hard drive. Explain how hash values can be used to verify the integrity of evidence for court and provide what you believe to be the most convincing factor in this regard to establish the integrity of the evidence to the court.

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Explain how hash values can be used to verify the integrity of evidence for court and provide what you believe to be the most convincing factor in this regard to establish the integrity of the evidence to the court.

Imagine you are testifying on the witness stand regarding an image of a computer. The defense is questioning the integrity of the image file you created of the hard drive. Explain how hash values can be used to verify the integrity of evidence for court and provide what you believe to be the most convincing factor in this regard to establish the integrity of the evidence to the court.

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Explain how hash values can be used to verify the integrity of evidence for court and provide what you believe to be the most convincing factor in this regard to establish the integrity of the evidence to the court.

Imagine you are testifying on the witness stand regarding an image of a computer. The defense is questioning the integrity of the image file you created of the hard drive. Explain how hash values can be used to verify the integrity of evidence for court and provide what you believe to be the most convincing factor in this regard to establish the integrity of the evidence to the court.

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Evaluate how operations management generates value for an organization

Competencies
In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competencies:
Recommend operations management methods and techniques to increase value for customers
Evaluate how operations management generates value for an organization
Explain local, national, and global sustainability in relation to functional areas of business
Scenario
You work as the chief supply-chain officer at the large international corporation, NationaliTeas. NationaliTeas manufactures and sells tea worldwide. Its motto is “Keeping people and their taste buds awake (when they want to be awake).” Its mission is “Make the world more awake through rejuvenating and refreshing beverages and sustainable practices that uplift workers, communities, and souls.” Its vision is “to be the most respected tea manufacturer across at least three continents for our tea and our actions, which will be driven by a commitment ethical sourcing, minimal waste, and empowerment of our employees.”
You would like to establish an operational goal of having your corporation apply for a B Corp Certification within the next two years. You believe this would add value to the organization and help it to prioritize a stronger focus on sustainable operational practices. You have conducted a preassesment based on the recommendations for applying for B Corp Certification, and you’ve evaluated the corporation’s current strengths and areas for improvement.
Now you need to develop a proposal for the board of directors that explains why prioritizing the triple bottom line (TBL) through working toward B Corp Certification has organizational value. You must also propose three high-impact initiatives to help strengthen the corporation’s commitment to people, planet, and profit based on your evaluations.
Directions
Part One: Justification of Benefits: Justify the value of working toward more intentionally incorporating the TBL framework into organizational decision making, specifically how ethical business practices regarding people, planet, and profit can benefit society, the environment, and the company’s profit. Specifically, address the following:Key Components: Explain the three key components of the TBL framework and how each component benefits businesses and society.
Organizational Value: Provide a justification regarding the value and benefits of using the TBL framework to inform corporate decision making, and explain connections between the organizational mission and the organizational vision.
B Corporation Benefits: Briefly describe the organizational benefits of attaining B Corp Certification.
Part Two: Operational Recommendations: Read through the Preassessment Evaluation Summary (located in the Supporting Materials section) for each aspect of the TBL (people, profit, and planet). You will need to provide a detailed description of the initiatives that will create the needed improvement. You should note the organizational and societal value of the initiative along with the operational management techniques recommended to plan and complete each initiative. For each of your three initiatives, address the following:Organizational Impacts: Describe the organizational benefits of each initiative, specifically noting the expected positive impact of completing each. Examples of positive impacts include better alignment to the organization’s mission, vision, and culture statements; increased amounts of funds or resources saved; and improvements to the organization’s brand.
Societal Impacts: Describe the societal benefits of each initiative, specifically noting the expected positive impact of completing each. Examples of positive impacts include increased community building and positive environmental impact.
Customer Impacts: Describe the consumer benefits of each selected initiative, specifically noting the expected positive impact of completing each. Examples of positive impacts include increased alignment to target markets, improved product access and availability, and improved customer satisfaction.
Business Risks: Explain the business risks associated with prioritizing, planning, and resourcing each initiative and how these risks will be considered and monitored.
Operational Management Techniques: Recommend an operational management strategy or technique (e.g., project management, lean manufacturing, or Six Sigma) that is appropriate to implement for each selected initiative, and explain why.
Defining Requirements and Scope: Define the requirements for the successful implantation of each selected initiative as well as the scope of each. Describe how changes to the requirements and scope would impact timelines, budget, and risk.
Roles and Responsibilities: Explain the key internal and external stakeholders who would be involved in planning and implementing each selected initiative, as well as why each identified stakeholder is needed to successfully implement the initiatives.
What to Submit
To complete this project, you must submit the following:
Submit your project using one of the two formats listed below. Please note that your submission should include both Part One and Part Two of your project. For either format, sources should be cited according to APA style.
Written Report: Submit a 1,500- to 1,700-word Word document. Use APA style.
Slideshow Presentation: Submit a 10- to 12-slide presentation with speakers notes. Your slideshow should be submitted as a PowerPoint or PDF document. Example tools that could be used to create your slideshow include:PowerPoint
Canva
Prezi
Supporting Materials
The following resource support your work on the project:
Reading: Project Preassessment Evaluation Summary PDF
This document presents the results of NationaliTeas’ preassessment for attaining B Corp Certification.

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Evaluate how operations management generates value for an organization

Competencies
In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competencies:
Recommend operations management methods and techniques to increase value for customers
Evaluate how operations management generates value for an organization
Explain local, national, and global sustainability in relation to functional areas of business
Scenario
You work as the chief supply-chain officer at the large international corporation, NationaliTeas. NationaliTeas manufactures and sells tea worldwide. Its motto is “Keeping people and their taste buds awake (when they want to be awake).” Its mission is “Make the world more awake through rejuvenating and refreshing beverages and sustainable practices that uplift workers, communities, and souls.” Its vision is “to be the most respected tea manufacturer across at least three continents for our tea and our actions, which will be driven by a commitment ethical sourcing, minimal waste, and empowerment of our employees.”
You would like to establish an operational goal of having your corporation apply for a B Corp Certification within the next two years. You believe this would add value to the organization and help it to prioritize a stronger focus on sustainable operational practices. You have conducted a preassesment based on the recommendations for applying for B Corp Certification, and you’ve evaluated the corporation’s current strengths and areas for improvement.
Now you need to develop a proposal for the board of directors that explains why prioritizing the triple bottom line (TBL) through working toward B Corp Certification has organizational value. You must also propose three high-impact initiatives to help strengthen the corporation’s commitment to people, planet, and profit based on your evaluations.
Directions
Part One: Justification of Benefits: Justify the value of working toward more intentionally incorporating the TBL framework into organizational decision making, specifically how ethical business practices regarding people, planet, and profit can benefit society, the environment, and the company’s profit. Specifically, address the following:Key Components: Explain the three key components of the TBL framework and how each component benefits businesses and society.
Organizational Value: Provide a justification regarding the value and benefits of using the TBL framework to inform corporate decision making, and explain connections between the organizational mission and the organizational vision.
B Corporation Benefits: Briefly describe the organizational benefits of attaining B Corp Certification.
Part Two: Operational Recommendations: Read through the Preassessment Evaluation Summary (located in the Supporting Materials section) for each aspect of the TBL (people, profit, and planet). You will need to provide a detailed description of the initiatives that will create the needed improvement. You should note the organizational and societal value of the initiative along with the operational management techniques recommended to plan and complete each initiative. For each of your three initiatives, address the following:Organizational Impacts: Describe the organizational benefits of each initiative, specifically noting the expected positive impact of completing each. Examples of positive impacts include better alignment to the organization’s mission, vision, and culture statements; increased amounts of funds or resources saved; and improvements to the organization’s brand.
Societal Impacts: Describe the societal benefits of each initiative, specifically noting the expected positive impact of completing each. Examples of positive impacts include increased community building and positive environmental impact.
Customer Impacts: Describe the consumer benefits of each selected initiative, specifically noting the expected positive impact of completing each. Examples of positive impacts include increased alignment to target markets, improved product access and availability, and improved customer satisfaction.
Business Risks: Explain the business risks associated with prioritizing, planning, and resourcing each initiative and how these risks will be considered and monitored.
Operational Management Techniques: Recommend an operational management strategy or technique (e.g., project management, lean manufacturing, or Six Sigma) that is appropriate to implement for each selected initiative, and explain why.
Defining Requirements and Scope: Define the requirements for the successful implantation of each selected initiative as well as the scope of each. Describe how changes to the requirements and scope would impact timelines, budget, and risk.
Roles and Responsibilities: Explain the key internal and external stakeholders who would be involved in planning and implementing each selected initiative, as well as why each identified stakeholder is needed to successfully implement the initiatives.
What to Submit
To complete this project, you must submit the following:
Submit your project using one of the two formats listed below. Please note that your submission should include both Part One and Part Two of your project. For either format, sources should be cited according to APA style.
Written Report: Submit a 1,500- to 1,700-word Word document. Use APA style.
Slideshow Presentation: Submit a 10- to 12-slide presentation with speakers notes. Your slideshow should be submitted as a PowerPoint or PDF document. Example tools that could be used to create your slideshow include:PowerPoint
Canva
Prezi
Supporting Materials
The following resource support your work on the project:
Reading: Project Preassessment Evaluation Summary PDF
This document presents the results of NationaliTeas’ preassessment for attaining B Corp Certification.

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Government regulation: briefly describe the overall regulatory environment of each country.

Overview
As globalization has become increasingly common, so has the importance of analyzing opportunities to create value through outsourcing the supply chain. In this assignment, you will create a checklist to help determine which country might be the best location for parts of your organization’s supply chain.
Scenario
You are a consultant who specializes in helping U.S.-based businesses expand into new international locations. You have a new client who’s looking to outsource their company’s manufacturing of hard drives and computer memory, and it’s your job to assist in selecting the new locations. The company is very focused on quality, sustainability, and equality, and your client would like these attributes upheld in the new manufacturing locations.
Your task is to evaluate two of the following countries:
India
Mexico
Thailand
Then, recommend one country you believe would be the most suitable for the company’s new manufacturing facility, and one country that would be considered the least suitable.
Prompt
Evaluate both countries being considered for a new manufacturing facility through exploration of course and outside resources. Then, recommend the most and least suitable location based on the company’s attributes and requirements.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Sustainability Measures and Environmental Regulation: Briefly describe sustainability measures and regulations in each country, and analyze how they may work well with or create conflict or tension with your U.S.-based company.Examples of items to consider include regulations around pollution, waster, and power sources.
Cost and Workforce: Briefly describe each country’s workforce for the creation of computer components and the cost of that labor.Examples of items to consider include workforce education levels, the overall cost of labor, types of manufacturing available in the country, and the existence of a specialized workforce that can create computer components.
Government Regulation: Briefly describe the overall regulatory environment of each country. Take the most likely mode of entry into consideration for each country.Examples of items to consider include the types of manufacturing operations allowed in the country, the labor regulations, and the overall business regulations.
Intellectual Property: Briefly describe the risk of intellectual property being stolen by creating a manufacturing location in each country.Examples of items to consider include each country’s reputation when it comes to intellectual property, intellectual property regulations, and any other legal protections for intellectual property.
Reputation: Briefly describe the ways an organization can face reputational risk through outsourcing its manufacturing to each country.Examples of items to consider include if and why other organizations have closed manufacturing locations in each country, how your organization’s customer base will view manufacturing in each country, and the protections each country provides to its workforce and the environment.
Recommendations: Based on your evaluations of the key attributes and requirements, recommend one country that is the most suitable location for your client’s new manufacturing facility, and one country that would be the least suitable location. Justify your recommendations with evidence from your evaluations and the course resources.
Guidelines for Submission
Submit this assignment as a 500- to 750-word Word document. Sources should be cited according to APA style.

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Paragraph (b): how is the research conducted?

ABSTRACTS: Abstracts are not to exceed 150 words in length, and students are required to follow the standard abstract format discussed below.
Please refer to Wikipedia to learn what is an academic article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_journal
WHAT IS AN ABSTRACT?
The abstract to be completed for this class consists of the following criteria:
Title: the title of the article.
Author/s
Journal (full cite including year). Here is how I want your journal article cited:
Csaki, Csaba, McCue, Clifford, and Prier, Eric. (2019). Using Open Data: A Primer for Public Procurement Researchers. European Journal of Public Procurement Markets, 1(2): pp: 19-36.
Name of reviewer (you)
ABSTRACT Example
Abstract: the narrative should be a succinct, non-technical description of the article. It must not exceed 150 words, typed double spaced, and should be so clearly written that the following questions could be answered by a member of the general public who reads it:
Paragraph (a): What is the specific purpose of this article? What information is being conveyed?
Paragraph (b): How is the research conducted? [A non-technical description of the general methodology used (i.e. narrative, exploratory, quantitative, etc.). Should include notification of target group.]
Paragraph c): What differences might the article make? — to whom? (What might we know or be able to do as a result of this work that we do not know or cannot do now? To whom will this be important?) It is important that the abstract shows justification for the research in terms of its implications for budgeting.