We have just installed the Content Pages block, which included adding or, in the case of some files, overwriting some files to the Moodle directory. Next we finished the installation process by clicking on the Notifications link found in the Site Administration block from the front page of our site, which triggered Moodle to install a new table in the database that is used to store page information. Finally, we created a simple test page using the newly installed Content Pages block. The Content Pages block will allow us to create various web pages that can be accessed from the menu bar of the theme that we installed in Chapter 1, Welcome to Moodle as a Curriculum and InformationManagementSystem (CIMS)! Additionally, web pages can, of course, be added and nested within pages that are linked from the menu bar via the use of links. As mentioned earlier in this chapter, this enables our Moodle site to organize and display information about our educational program to students and other stakeholders such as parents and guardians.
From (Figure 1) of the value chain above, it can be seen that the main activities include (1) Student Management; (2) Academic Activity Process; (3) Improving the Quality of Human Resources and Education; (4) Partnership and Cooperation with Outsiders; and (5) Public Relations. While supporting activities consist of (1) Financial Management; (2) Human Resource Management; (3) Information Technology; and (4) Procurement of Facilities and Infrastructure. From the value chain analysis can be seen that student management activities, academic activities are two important activities, in addition there is a supporting activity in the form of information technology. Therefore, the implementation of academic informationmanagementsystem based on information technology in the form of website is a development strategy of school management that needs to get priority, so it is expected to get added value for the school. From the interviews with the heads of school committees and school leaders, and the observations made can be identified internal and external factors which are then used in the SWOT analysis as shown in (Table 1), which refer to the table format of the research undertaken by .
In the 1990s, Lippeveld et al. (2000) and others promoted the development of routine health information systems in devel- oping countries, emphasizing management of the health system. The core components of the informationsystem (Figure 1) were described as the development of indicators based on managementinformation needs, data collection, transmission, and processing and analysis, which all lead to information use. The authors assumed that if senior manage- ment provided the resources (finances, training material, reporting forms, computer equipment, etc.) and developed organizational rules (RHIS policies, data collection procedures, etc.) then the informationsystem would be used and sustained. During that same period, international donors such as UNICEF and USAID heavily influenced health informationsystem development. Despite paying attention to management infor- mation needs, the information systems were modelled upon the epidemiological surveillance system, focusing on a single disease (e.g. diarrhoeal disease, or acute respiratory disease) or on a group of diseases (e.g. the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI). This led to the creation of a series of vertical information systems and a cadre outside of the health managementsystem to manage information systems. It also caused a dichotomy between informationsystem professionals (data people) and health systems managers (action people) who could not understand each other’s role and responsibilities, and the need to work together (Lind and Lind 2005).
Information Security ManagementSystem (ISMS) adalah seperangkat kebijakan berkaitan dengan manajemen keamanan informasi atau terkait dengan risiko TI. Prinsip yang mengatur di balik ISMS adalah bahwa organisasi harus merancang, menerapkan dan memelihara seperangkat kebijakan, proses dan sistem untuk mengelola risiko aset informasi mereka, sehingga memastikan tingkat risiko keamanan informasi yang dapat diterima. Dari perencanaan dan implementasi sistem manajemen keamanan informasi ini, dihasilkan daftar nilai risiko akhir aset- aset kritikal dan dokumen-dokumen tata kelola penunjang ISMS. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah studi kasus yang didalam hal ini, merupakan penelitian kualitatif. Adapun proses yang digunakan untuk mengukur tingkat kematangan dari tata kelola keamanan sistem informasi ini berdasarkan kerangka kerja ISO/IEC 27001. Dari kerangka tersebut kemudian dilakukan evaluasi terhadap objek kontrol yang dimiliki ISO/IEC 27001. Hasil yang didapat adalah peningkatan terhadap tata kelola keamanan sistem informasi. Kesimpulan dari penelitian ini adalah dibutuhkannya tata kelola keamanan sistem informasi agar IT dapat diandalkan untuk mencapai tujuan bisnis.
In the process of internship, there’s a lot of internship student doesn’t fit with the company needs. the absence of specialized media that connects the company with the students, making the vacancy that published by the company is not through the overall information to students. Many of the students who do not know where job vacancy are published. This situation makes the company difficult to obtain human resources actually needed by the company.
Cultural heritage either physically or culturally valuable must have "owner", even which is genuinly from the beginning either that who is acknowledge it or do the maintenance despite the original propietor are not known anymore. The owner or keeper, or the person who in charge called as the Custodian . The keeper of the culture can manage a whole system of cultural heritage, but that person can also be specialized to manage a particular component of a system of cultural expression. They are who the first in charge of preserving a culture.
The dynamics, globalization, and frequent variations of costumer de- mands that are typical for many of today’s markets require compa- nies to form supply chains, flexible and cooperative business part- nerships that enable them to stay more competitive in their markets [17, 14, 12]. Supply chains are networks of autonomous business entities that collectively procure, manufacture, and distribute certain products. The objective of supply chains is to respond more accu- rately and more quickly to costumer demand and to keep the size of the inventory necessary to respond to changing costumer demands to a minimum. To do so, the supply chain management must transform available production resources and incomplete, inaccurate, and unre- liable information about the market into coordinated and optimized plans for the procurement, production, replenishment, and distribu- tion of goods. However, it is not sufficient for the supply chains to be merely properly planned. They must also be flexibly and robustly executed because the operation of supply chains is often jeopardized by many external influencing factors such as bank rate changes, de- lays in the deliveries of ordered semi-finished goods, and failures of production and transportation facilities.
One work program to achieve these objectives is increasing the use of information systems. This increased information’s value within the company will offer new opportunities to the business . The informationsystem is a fairly important part of the organization's control system. Therefore, it needs to be managed well, so it is expected to contribute positively to support the success of the organization's control system. Romney  states that the main benefits of the information are to reduce uncertainty, decision support, and encourage better planning and scheduling of work activities.
Group 1 was the SystemInformation Therapy group and was treated by a 2 step protocol using a commercial available electro-medical device Med Select 729 (by Wega, Germany). Meanwhile a copy of the output therapeutic signals were recorded on a commercial available aqueous system (Nomabit Base) placing the solution into a special output coil built-in for this purpose in the Med select device. The aqueous solution of Nomabit Base was self-administered daily to the patient in order to allows to the therapeutic information recorded to be delivered once a day. The drops were taken according to a weekly plan starting on Monday with a single drop and raising of one drop a day up to 6 drops on Saturday, no therapy was taken on Sunday an then the protocol started again from one to six drops during each following week.
information and knowledge. The IK network in fact acts as the collective memory of the organisation. The ICT system that supports the business is also seen as a network system in two main layers: the informationsystem(s) and the technology infrastructure. The informationsystem(s) encompass a network of communicating and co-operating applications. The applications work together in delivering communication and information services to the people in the ICT enabled Enterprise. These automated services enable the data processing, communication and control in the BE network, and the creation, exchange, storage and use of data in the IK network. The technology infrastructure is seen as a network of communicating and co-operating hardware devices and system software and middleware. The Technology Infrastructure (TI) delivers processing, communication and storage capabilities to the information systems.