← k201 Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Information technology any computer based tool that people use to work with info and support the info and information processing needs of an organization management information systems the function that plans for, develops, implements, and maintains IT software, hardware, and applications that people use to support goals of an organization data raw facts that describe the characteristics of an event. Information data converted into a meaningful and useful context four common info sharing cultures information functional, information sharing, information inquiring, information discovery information functional employees use info to show power over others, this causes lower people to need managements input all the time information sharing employees across departments trust each other to use info, improving performance information inquiring employees across departments search for info to better align themselves with current trends and new directions information discovery employees across departments are open to new insights about crisis and radical changes and seek ways to create competitive advantages chief info officer responsible for overseeing all uses of information technology and ensuring the strategies alignment of IT with business goals and objectives. reports to CEO Chief tech officer responsible for ensuring the speed, accuracy, reliability of an organization's technology. Direct responsibility for ensuring efficiency of IT systems Chief security officer ensures security of IT systems and developing strategies and IT safeguards against hackers and viruses chief privacy officer ensures ethical and legal use of info. many are lawyers chief knowledge officer responsible for collecting, maintaining and distributing the organizations knowledge. Designs programs to make reusing knowledge easier for people. Very helpful to new employees or less experienced employees security in IT protects a company's assets and intellectual capital information security the protection of info from intentional or accidental misuse by people inside and outside an organization core competency an organization's key strength, what it does better than its competitors core competency strategy an organization focuses on what it does best and forms alliances with other specialist organizations to help each other in different aspects information partnership when 2 or more organizations integrate their IT systems, providing customers with the best of what each can offer.