Milestone 1 (intro) was completed but we should concentrate on industry not as separate organization but i did for company Walmart so make sure you consider retail industry and do the second milestone. i have attached question scenario and first milestone here..
This is the second milestone of the portfolio project .For milestone 2, you will develop an annotated bibliography with a minimum of 10 peer reviewed scholarly articles. Additionally, you will write the literature review for the final project. The entire milestone should be a minimum of 6 pages with 10 peer reviewed scholarly articles.
For your reference, the portfolio project guidelines are attached here. Please see the UC library for help in formatting your bibliography.
Here are some examples:
Here are some resources to complete a literature review:
Expectations are that it will be a scholarly work, using largely peer-reviewed resources, formatted to APA 7 style. Grammar, spelling, and punctuation are significantly weighted.
Read the following learning materials.
Manning. (2020). “Rifled Precision”: Using E-discovery Technology to Streamline Books and Records Litigation. Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law, 22(3), 663–.
Ward, Purwin, C., Sipior, J. C., & Volonino, L. (2009). Recognizing the Impact of E-Discovery Amendments on Electronic Records Management. Information Systems Management, 26(4), 350–356.
Vinjumur. (2018). Predictive Coding Techniques With Manual Review to Identify Privileged Documents in E-Discovery. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.
Vogel, & Rood, D. K. (2019). Dealing with subpoena requests for digital data. Journal of Accountancy, 227(3), 12–13.
Tallon, Ramirez, R. V., & Short, J. E. (2013). The Information Artifact in IT Governance: Toward a Theory of Information Governance. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(3), 141–178.
Brooks. (2019). Perspectives on the relationship between records management and information governance. Records Management Journal (London, England), 29(1/2), 5–17.
Bhatia, Douglas, E. K., & Most, M. (2020). Blockchain and records management: disruptive force or new approach? Records Management Journal (London, England), 30(3), 277–286.