OCR Cambridge Technical in Information Technology (Level 3): Unit 2

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Unit 2: Global Information
1. Global information holders and information transmission
Information (holders, storage and access)
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The Internet and WWW
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Information formats, and advantages and disadvantages of WWW
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2. Styles, classification and management of global information
Information styles and classification
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Quality of information, and information management
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3. Using global information and the benefits to individuals and organisations
Data versus information, and categories of information used by individuals
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Categories of information used by organisations
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Stages of data analysis
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Data analysis and information system structure
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4. Legal and regulatory frameworks: the storage and use of global information
UK legislation
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Global legislation
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Green IT
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5. The processing and flows of information
Information and data types
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Data flow diagrams
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6. The principles of information security
Principles and risks
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Impacts
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Protection
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