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Unit 4 P6 Explain the operational issue in relation to the use of business information

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P6 Explain the operational issue in relation to the use of business information Introduction: In this report, it will state the operation issues in relation to the use of a business, it will also state what they are and why they are important and also the benefits of doing it well Security of information: Security of information, is when a organisation has to make sure that all information held at the origination is safe and not accessible by un-authored personnel, if it is accessed by unauthorized personnel than the organisation is liable The way that this relates to Tesco PLC is through the following, Tesco PLC are a organisation that holds information about their customers and suppliers and in order to protect the information they have security procedures that help Tesco PLC protect the information being accessed by unauthorsed personnel Backups: In information technology, a backup, or the process of backing up, refers to the copying and archiving of computer data so it may be used to restore the original after a data loss event This relates to Tesco PLC as they do hold information about suppliers and customers and other organisational information and in case of a disaster they have to have multiple backup storage facilities, these facilities can be on and off ...read more.

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and goals at the end of the year, and to make sure that this occurs Tesco PLC have set rules and policies that will make sure that the employees ensure it occurs Business continuances plan: The organisation is in charge of such continuance plans, the organisation can provide guidance and instructions to employees, they communicate this through training and emails or meetings Business continuance (sometimes referred to as business continuity) describes the processes and procedures an organization puts in place to ensure that essential functions can continue during and after a disaster. Business continuance planning seeks to prevent interruption of mission-critical services, and to re-establish full functioning as swiftly and smoothly as possible. Tesco PLC as have such procedures, in case of an emergency one of their backup is their backup station as it has a copy of the information that might have been destroyed in the disaster. Cost: Additional resources required: Additional resources is when an organisation has funds or man power on reserve in case it is required, an example of this is when a organisation is hit by a disaster they have insurance that will cover the damage that has occurred to that organisation This also relates Tesco PLC as they also have insurance that will cover if a disaster strikes their ...read more.

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The more sophisticated the system is the more and extra training the staff will require in order to operate the new system. The new sophisticated system will impact Tesco PLC as they would have to pay for the training of the new staff, Tesco PLC will have to also take into consideration how they will make the changes occur, if Tesco PLC will make the new system affective straight away or transitionally (put in the new system 100 stores at a time), any new system will have to be implemented through making the least disruption to the organisation. Through the impact of the new system it will benefit Tesco PLC as they will have an efficient this will also increase the financial benefits for Tesco PLC More trained personnel: Trained personnel is when a organisation trains personnel to be able to do the job that the organisation requires them to do, in the training it holds information that will benefit the employee in future roles, the training also provides information about health and safety procedures This also relates to Tesco PLC as they also have to train personnel so they have sufficient knowledge and understanding in order for them to do the role effectively and sufficiently. The training that Tesco PLC provides to its personnel also includes health and safety procedures and practises that should be under taken in case of an emergency ...read more.

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