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Big Data nel mondo assicurativo e previdenziale

04.10.2013 14.30 h - 20.00 h

Aula Polivalente - Roma

2nd Workshop on Information Privacy and Security

Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Milan, December 14, 2013.

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An ancillary event of ICIS 2013

Long abstract submission deadline: September 22, 2013

A special issue of the Journal of Information Privacy and Security (JIPS) will publish updated/revised version of papers presented at the workshop.

ITAIS2013 - X Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS

Empowering society through digital innovations

Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi in Milan, December 14, 2013 - Milan, Italy

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An ancillary event of ICIS2013

Early registration deadline: October 8, 2013

4th Organizations, Artifacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop

Rules, Regulations and Materiality in Management and Organization Studies

LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome, Italy, June 26 - 27, 2014

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Call for abstract
Deadline for abstract submissions: January 27, 2014

CeRSI

IT Administrator

La certificazione IT ADMINISTRATOR si colloca in un percorso distinto e separato da quello EUCIP Base ed EUCIP Elettivo e si rivolge alla figura professionale che svolge il ruolo di supervisione dei sistemi ICT, esercitando le funzioni operative di controllore e di supervisore.

 

Nel suo ruolo, l'IT Administrator è in grado di:

  • amministrare sistemi informativi di contenute dimensioni, tipicamente configurati in modalità client-server;
  • identificare e risolvere problemi di primo livello; diagnosticare problemi di più elevata complessità e richiedere l'intervento dello specialista in grado di risolverli;
  • identificare le esigenze (aggiornamenti, modifiche, ampliamenti, ecc.) del sistema informativo e fungere da interfaccia con gli specialisti/fornitori;
  • essere il punto di riferimento per gli utenti del sistema informativo di cui è supervisore.

IT Administrator, come tutte le certificazioni EUCIP, è rivolto ai professionisti ICT ed a chi intende diventarlo e non richiede necessariamente il possesso di specifici titoli di studio.

La certificazione completa dell'IT Administrator comporta il superamento dei 5 esami relativi ai moduli sottoelencati.

Tuttavia, in funzione delle specifiche esigenze, è possibile acquisire la certificazione relativa soltanto a uno o ad alcuni dei moduli previsti. Per esempio, se l'attività da svolgere è focalizzata sulla gestione della LAN, sarà sufficiente la certificazione relativa al modulo 4 (Network Expert Use), mentre se l'area di competenza riguarda la sicurezza informatica, basterà la certificazione relativa al modulo 5 (Security).
In altri termini, ogni modulo è indipendente dagli altri e dà luogo a una certificazione separata.

I moduli di cui si compone la certificazione per IT Administrator sono i seguenti, per ogni modulo è scaricabile il syllabus con la descrizione dettagliata di ciò che il candidato deve sapere e saper fare per superare l'esame relativo.

  1. Hardware del PC
  2. Sistemi operativi
  3. LAN e servizi di rete
  4. Uso esperto della rete
  5. Sicurezza informatica

Le attività relative a questa certificazione sono coordinate e attualmente programmate dal Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale per l’Informatica (CINI).

 

Le date delle sessioni si trovano nella voce calendario del menu principale, dove per ogni sessione è indicato per quali certificazioni è possibile sostenere le prove (ECDL-EQDL, EUCIP Core e/o EUCIP IT Admin).

 
Research Center in Information Systems of the LUISS University

LUISS “Guido Carli” (www.luiss.edu) is one of the most prestigious Italian independent universities, strongly cooperating with the main Italian research institutions, industries, and public administrations.The Research Center on Information Systems (CeRSI) is the unit of the LUISS in charge of both base and applied research in the areas of information systems (IS), enterprise software and knowledge platforms, organization studies, and information and communication technologies. CeRSI regularly runs scientific research and consultancy activities, and participate to national, European, and international R&D programs. CeRSI also promotes the development of research in cooperation with most prominent Italian and foreign scientific communities, and performs, upon request by public or private, national or international, organizations, scientific counselling and researches in the aforementioned thematic areas.

CeRSI is one amongst the most relevant research centers in the area of IS in Italy, not only for the quality of the research activities performed, but also for having contributed to the birth and to the growth of the itAIS, the Italian Chapter of the AIS, and for having promoted and coordinated the role of the Italian academic and scientific community, especially at an international level. In the international landscape, even though it cannot compete with institutions with a more large and solid experience, CeRSI is credited of a relevant position achieved mainly thanks to the participation to a high number of international research projects, the agreements on scientific cooperation, and the contributions to the organization of several international events.

Research topics

Research at CeRSI is done in conjunction with project activities in which CeRSI members participate in the iterative phases of designing and evaluating IT artefacts. A multidisciplinary team of IS scholars with backgrounds in computer science, engineering, economics, management, cognitive and political sciences collaborate in both project and research activities by bringing together a multiplicity of methods for planning interventions and analyzing phenomena from different perspectives. This approach allows addressing relevant problems and engaging in national and international cooperation with other universities and research institutions.
Research at CeRSI focuses on three subject areas. The first is related to innovative forms of collaborative environments in which IT has the potential to influence the dynamics of complex adaptive systems. The second is related to organizational learning processes and capability development. The third refers to IT governance models, methods and tools in relationship with the evolution of new IT solutions. Information systems in these areas are viewed as networks of interacting agents surrounded by some existing information infrastructure. New models, methods and tools are needed for guiding the emergence of desired behaviours of individuals, communities, and organizations in each specific context. Among the more recent application domains for these concepts are social assistance, tourism, and industrial districts.