Information Systems and Knowledge ManagementHere is the recommended approach to each article:Read the introduction and conclusion.Scan the article for major headings.Identify the three or four major or main points for each article.Identify any sources of data or evidence.Seek connections between the articles in terms of IS or KM’s current state, future state, and specific application.For this discussion, complete the following:Declare which focus you chose, cloud computing or knowledge management.Define the three or four main points from each of the two articles.Address the following:What are the benefits and associated issues raised in the articles?What suggested areas need further research? Why?Seek out a case organization that exemplifies the concepts discussed in the assigned reading.Use APA headings to format your initial discussion post. Use the APA Module, linked in the Resources, to guide your formatting. Use the following list to develop your post and include the information you gather under its corresponding heading:Introduction: Tell the reader the purpose of the post and what will be covered.Theory: Article Comparisons: Identify and describe the main points of the two articles.Case Example: Demonstrate an application.Conclusion: What are the key takeaways?Your post to this discussion must include at least two cited scholarly references, either peer-reviewed journals or practitioner journals, in addition to the course assigned readings, and must be a minimum of 300 words in length.MUST choose 2 of these references + 2 others: Cloud computing:Bruque-CÃ¡mara, S., Moyano-Fuentes, J., & Maqueira-MarÃn, J. M. (2016). Supply chain integration through community cloud: Effects on operational performance. Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management, 22(2), 141â€“153.Victor, W. O., Abah, J., Adewale, O. S., Abdullahi, M. B., & Ume, A. (2014). A survey of mobile cloud computing with embedded security considerations. International Journal of Cloud Computing and Services Science, 3(1), 53â€“66.Knowledge management:Khedhaouria, A., & Jamal, A. (2015). Sourcing knowledge for innovation: Knowledge reuse and creation in project teams. Journal of Knowledge Management, 19(5), 932â€“948.Lin, H-F. (2015). Linking knowledge management orientation to balanced score outcomes. Journal of Knowledge Management, 19(6), 1224â€“1249.