Article 1: Cedars-Sinai Doctors Cling to Pen and PaperArticle 2: The Conflict between Apple and the FBIEach article discusses important issues affecting the work of IT professionals and youhave already had some exposure to these issues, directly and indirectly. It is time to callupon your powers of critical observation and analysis while reviewing these articles.While a portion of us in this class may not work in IT we all, IT professionals and non-ITprofessionals, need and use the same skills.For each article, prepare an analysis (3-5 double-spaced pages) of each article's issues,what you would think they should have done differently, and why. Remember, justsaying it's so does not make it so. Let's have some supporting evidence please. Pleasenote that an effective analysis is one that reads between the lines and notices the subtlethings that end up having the biggest impact.While reviewing your submission I will be looking for a critical analysis, logicalargument, alignment to what you have learned this semester, and your detailed insightinto the causes and repair of the issues presented in each article. I also am looking forcritical thinking skills and your ability to be creative and persuasive using outsideliterature to substantiate your analysis, findings, and conclusion. Additive to the above,the final exam brings to bear what we have already learned when doing the individualproject and the group project. Please be sure to include those skills when responding toeach case study.Responses will be graded on the following criteria:Content - incorporation of outside experts and material covered in the course,both read and discussed.Logic and critical thinking - the development of a conclusion based on anacademic argument citing referenced evidence to justify a conclusion andpresenting it convincingly and coherently.Writing - proper writing, including spelling, grammar, punctuation, and the properuse of the APA style.Academic - a graduate level examination of each issue presented in each articlewith the use of outside scholarly references in a <u.The first article under examination above will come first in the file and the thestart of the second article will be separated from the first by the name of thearticle.