Ethical systems are the principles from which an individual must use to make a decision. There are several ethical issues involved in cloud computing. Some of the ethical issues that could raise question are control, accountability, security, ownership, and privacy. Being proactive in ethical concerns and issues is a key factor in easing the key individuals in an organization skeptism related to cloud computing. The key individual that is directly related in the topic of lawyers and the use of cloud computing are the lawyers. It is up to the lawyers to take the measures to protect his or her client confidentiality. There are several ethical systems that can be involved when cloud computing is present. The primary ethical system would be a duty-based ethical system. It is the system where the lawyer has a moral obligation to behave in a certain way. There is right and wrong and it is regulated by an outside authority. There are laws set in place and there are consequences lawyers will face if he or she does not take every measure to protect his or her client confidentiality. Rights-based ethics are also involved. The clients have the right to be protected with legal rights and moral rights. The last type of ethics involved are virtue-based ethics. It is believe that the companies that are being used for the cloud computing and the attorneys using them are acting with integrity to ensureing that clients information is protected from any possible threat. Most lawyers are in
similarities and differences in deontological and teleological ethical systems. Each of the ethical systems will be discussed in a compare and contrast so that they are made clear to what they mean. There are seven major ethical systems that are either deontological systems or they are teleological systems.
Teleological and Deontological Ethical Systems
When looking at two separate definitions and trying to tell…
The ethical systems of Kant and Mill: A comparison and contrast
What part does happiness play in determining the morality of an act in a situation? Can a concept that ties morality to the search of happiness truly be rational? What of the opposite? Is it possible to view every situation with objectivity, never taking into account an emotion (like happiness)? The questions above concern themselves with the part of the central tenets of the ethical views of two very important philosophers…
• WHAT IS ETHICAL DELEMA?
-situations in which there are significant value conflicts among different interests
-real alternatives that are equally justifiable
-Significant consequences to sakeholders.
• WHAT ISSUES CCAN LEAD TO ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN BUSINESS?
-conflict of interest
• WHAT ARE THE STEPS ONE SHOULD TAKE TO RESOLVE AN ETHICAL DILEMMA?
-recognize an ethical dilemma exits
Personal and Professional Ethical Belief System
University of Phoenix
In the human services field, personal ethical belief systems combined with professional ethics work in partnership to guide human service professionals in unraveling ethical dilemmas. An increasing number of professionals and clients seek out to define the fundamental policies of the human services field. Humans develop an integration of values, standards, and beliefs from birth throughout life. The values, standards…
Joshua J Hernandez
Over the years technology has advanced just as Moore’s Law has predicted. Not only does the technology double every year in a compounding way, but those who understand these concepts grow as well. These talented individuals can be looked at from several different viewpoints and depending on who that person may be could in fact determine whether it is a positive viewpoint or a negative one. In this paper I will…
The Google Group – An Ethical Toolkit Perspective
Firm and Industry Characteristics and History Relevant to Ethical Issues
I work as the Head of Cryoservices for The Google Group in the United Stated. The Google Group, a German organization based in Munich, has a long history of growth and innovation that is characteristic of the company’s founding father, Carl von Google. Carl von Google was a talented and well-rounded engineer and scientist who is credited with patenting the world’s…
made available by its stockholders. Hershey’s responsibility to its stockholders involve creating a favorable corporate ethical identity to provide continued growing trust to attract future investors while adhering to ethical business practices and remain focused on fiscal responsibility to its stockholders best financial interests. This demonstrates a duty-based ethical system as noted by (Treviño & Nelson, 2007, Ch. 4),”Regardless of consequences, certain moral principles are binding, focusing…
information technology. In the following paragraphs the ethical need for a hacker and the act of legal hacking better known as an Ethical Hacker or Ethical Hacking.
Hackers and Their Tools
To begin lets define what a hacker is and what is hacking. A hacker may be defined as a person who is a clever programmer or to mean someone who tries to break into computers systems. Hackers can be motivated by whomever or whatever is sponsoring his or her actions. An Ethical Hacker as defined by the EC Council (International…
Ethics in International Business
International business ethics challenges the corporate world to deal with questions of what to do in situations where ethical standards come into conflict as a result of the different cultural practices in the nation. Since, there is this dilemma that has progressively troubled the large multinational corporations, international business ethics has arisen to help address these adhesive subject matters. There are several international business ethics discussions…
Leaders Create Culture
(Jefferson:UV, Disney: What would Walt
Maintain or Change Culture
What is an Ethical Leader?
– Transforms ethical organizations from what
they are to what the leader would have them
– 1) Dissatisfaction with the status quo