Describe what is meant by the 3 Layer Model. What is the model made up?

Exam 2 Essay Options
Exam Overview: The exam includes 29 multiple choice, true/false, & matching questions worth
2 points each. Of the 5 Essays below, there will be 3 of these on the exam worth 14 points
each. You will have 75 min to complete the exam from the moment you start it.
Possible Essay Questions:
I will draw the 3 Essay questions from the following list.
Chapter 4
1. Using the CNN Article by Matthew McFarland from 2017 discuss the impact Robots on
having on different types of jobs. Include a reference to low risk and high risk areas as
well as your opinion on the impact Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are having on the
job market today and into the future.
Chapter 5
2. Define an Enterprise system and describe the uses and benefits of at least 2 examples
of Enterprise systems?
3. From the “Business Process and Information Technology – How They Fit Together”
Video, please describe what is meant by the 3 Layer Model. What is the model made up
of and name at least 1 Business Process described in the video.
Chapter 6
4. Explain why and how Mohawk transformed their business from making paper to making
connections. Refer to their use of technology and the Vision to Implementation
components (strategy  architecture  infrastructure) required to be successful.
5. Based on the “What is the Cloud” section of the HBR article “What every CEO needs to
Know about the Cloud”, name the 3 categories of offerings and describe the similarities
across these 3 areas.
Final Note: This exam is to be taken by everyone individually. If two exams look too
similar, I will consider this as plagiarism. This is an open book but not open “classmate”
exam.

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