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Just looking for a paragraph or two for each question to get a discussion going:

1) What do you think are the best ways to protect against failure when building systems?

2) Identify some settings in which you think each of the systems development approaches might make sense and explain why these approaches make sense within these contexts.

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1. The best ways to protect against failure when building systems is to ensure that the planning for building the system is done in most accurate, reliable and effective manner. The planning stage involves requirement gathering from users of the system. In this stage, it is extremely important to assess the needs and requirements of the end users in an accurate manner, so that the system can be developed as ...

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Discusses ways to protect against failure in development of information systems.

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