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CLA 2 Comprehensive Learning Assessment 2 – CLO 1, CLO 2, CLO 3, CLO 4, CLO 5,
CLO 6, CLO 7
1. Identify the three major types of controls that organizations can use to protect their
information resources and provide an example of each one.
2. What is TCP/IP? Explain its layers and how they are used.
3. Discuss the ethical and legal issues related to electronic commerce and provide
4. Apply cloud computing to an organization and identify the key benefits of it.
5. Describe each phase of the business analytics process.
6. Apply the six common types of electronic commerce to an organization.
7. Discuss the four business decisions that companies must make when they acquire new
A reminder to have at least six (6) peer-reviewed sources.
CLA 2 Comprehensive Learning Assessment (CLA 2) Presentation
In addition to your CLA 2 report, please prepare a professional PowerPoint presentation
summarizing your findings for CLA 2. The presentation will consist of your major findings,
analysis, and recommendations in a concise presentation of 15 slides (minimum). You should
use content from your CLA 2 report as material for your PowerPoint presentation. In addition,
you should include learning outcomes from all your major assignments. This would include PA
1, CLA 1, PA 2, and of course, CLA 2 (unless otherwise specified by your Professor). An
agenda, executive summary, and references slides should also be included. Please keep in
mind that the university is moving towards a more digital footprint for our students. This means
that your final CLA 2 presentation may be recorded, so that you may include it in your “e-
portfolio” (graduating students should have all of their CLA 2 presentations on a flash-drive, in
addition to student biography, resume, interests, and so forth). Students will present their
PowerPoint during the last week of class in either the On-Campus Class Session or the online
Virtual Class Session, as determined by the professor. Presentations should not exceed 15