Business Driven Information Systems

Scenario: You are an entrepreneur in the process of researching a business development idea. As you create a high-level Information Technology (IT) strategy for your new enterprise, it is important to consider the acquisition of IT resources. A Systems Acquisition Plan will guide the process of identifying enterprise technology needs and acquiring appropriate information systems in the context of your goal to incorporate business driven IT. The Systems Acquisition Plan is intended to describe a high-level process for acquiring and maintaining IT systems. The Systems Acquisition Plan is a working document, which is expected to change over time as new project details emerge. 
Create a high-level Project Systems Acquisition Plan for your project in a minimum of 1,050 words that includes the following information:  

A description and justification of the specific systems design and development approach (SDLC, RAD, Spiral, outsourcing, etc.) the enterprise will employ
A summary of the steps in the systems acquisition process including initiation, analysis, design, acquisition, and maintenance
A high-level overview of who will participate in each step of the systems acquisition process

Cite a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed references from the University of Phoenix Library.” 234
1600084715-8132 Journal – Chapter 5 from Philosophy Here and Now “Read the assigned reading from the chapter. Then choose ONE of the questions below to answer. Answer the question you chose in a response that is a minimum of 1-2 paragraphs.
Be sure to explain your answers and give reasons for your views. Do NOT use any sources besides the textbook.

Are you bothered by the thought of a rigidly determined existence? Does the idea that all your actions are determined disturb you– or reassure you?
How would a personal belief in determinism affect your view of crime and punishment? Do you think that people are generally responsible for their crimes, or are they not responsible due to deterministic forces beyond their control? 
Do you believe that every event has a cause and that free actions are possible? If so, are these beliefs compatible?
Does it matter to you whether you have free will? Would your behavior change if you believed (or didn’t believe) that all your actions were determined by forces beyond your control?
Are free acts, as Stace and compatibilists say, “”those whose immediate

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