refers to the varying levels that define what a user can access to corporate email, information systems, and the internet.
Unrestricted access to the entire system.
Agile MIS infrastructure
Includes the hardware, software, and telecommunications equipment that, when combined, provides the underlying foundation to support the organizations goals.
Refers to the time frames when the system is operational.
An exact copy of a systems information
Business continuity planning (BCP)
Details how a company recovers and restores critical business operations and systems after a disaster or extended disruption.
Determines future environmental infrastructure requirements to ensure high-quality system performance.
A computer designed to request information from a server.
refers to the use of resources and applications hosted remotely on the internet.
A separate facility that does not have any computer equipment but is a place where employees can move after a disaster.
Corporate social responsibility
Companies acknowledged responsibility to society.
A facility used to house management information systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems.
Disaster recovery cost curve
Charts (1) the cost to the company of unavailability of information and technology an (2) the cost to the company of recovering from a disaster over time.
Disaster recovery plan
A detailed process for recovering information or a system in the event of a catastrophic.
Means that the MIS infrastructure can be automatically scaled up or down based on needed requirements.
Emergency notification service
An infrastructure build for notifying people in the event of an emergency.
A person grounded in technology, fluent in business, and able to provide the important bridge between MIS and the business.
Refers to discarded, obsolete, or broken electronic devices.
Occurs when the primary machine recovers and resumes operations, taking over from the secondary server.
A computer dedicated to providing information in response to request.
Delivers electricity using two-way digital technology.
The set of instructions the hardware executes to carry out specific tasks.
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Delivers applications over the could using a pay-per use revenue model.
Sustainable MIS disposal
Refers to the safe disposal of MIS assets at the end of their life cycle.
Sustainable MIS infrastructure
Identifies ways that a company can grow in terms of computing resources while simultaneously becoming less dependent on hardware and energy consumption.
Sustainable green MIS
Describes the production, management, use, and disposal of technology in a way that minimizes damage to the environment.
When a system is not operating or cannot be used.
the degree to which a system is easy to learn and efficient and satisfying to use.
Offers a pay-per-use revenue model similar to a metered service such as gas or electricity.
Creates multiple "virtual" machines on a single computing device.
A separate facility with computer equipment that requires installation and configuration.