Write a 2–3 page paper in which you:
Describe the impact of telecommuting on energy conservation, IT operational costs, “green computing,” and shifts in telecommuters’ lifestyles (for example, parents, disability.).
Describe how the business infrastructure should be designed so that employees will be able to continue to perform business functions in the event of a disaster (that is, storm, hurricane, or earthquake) that destroys or makes it impossible to access the buildings.
Determine four advantages and four disadvantages of telecommuting from an IT manager’s point of view. Elaborate on each advantage and disadvantage.
Examine the effect of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to the IT infrastructure with regard to security, IT support, knowledge, and data management, green computing, and telecommuting.
Use the Strayer Library to find at least three academic resources. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites are not considered quality references.
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create the perception that Hanna was, in fact, a figure of authority, not just some airhead running around. Essentially, the speech therapy helped eliminate the feminine patterns in her voice and language that undermined her authority. Further, there is a strong relationship between the use of language and the recipient’s perception of the speaker. From personal experience, I have learned that a person does not always need to speak with big, elaborate words and phrases to display his or her intelligence. In fact, from my experience, it is not the exact words that show intelligence, but rather what the language aims to convey, and what it does convey that show this. Filler language is something that can lower the level of perceived intelligence. Most commonly the words “like” and “um” are used as fillers between thoughts, and there is a reason that when someone is doing a TED presentation, that language isn’t a part of his or her speech. These words have a tendency to dumb things down because they show a lack a of cohesiveness between thoughts and words. Cameron’s example with the word “just” is similar to these, as it can tend to dumb down a point that is trying to be made. Cameron also addresses body language or the lack thereof in her article. There is an advice writing mentioned in the article that is aimed at women in the 1990’s that stated that women should mimic the lack of body language that is used by men in order to make them more successful. Though this writing can almost be considered completely outdated at this point, there is a harmful message underlying in this advice. This writing suggests that the best way to be successful as a woman is actually just to behave more similarly to men. This advice shames women’s natural tendencies, like using more body language when they speak. The reason the gender gap in language is fading between men and women is due to the fact that there is a responsibility that needs to be taken for speech, and nonverbal communications are included in that responsibility. Language, both verbal and non-verbal play key roles in the way people are perceived by ot>GET ANSWER