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MIS/EXCEL CHAPTER 1,2,3,4 TEST
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A term coined by Peter Drucker to refer to professionals who are relatively well educated and who create, modify, and/or synthesize knowledge as a fundamental part of their job.
A computing model enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a share pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.
The integration of economies throughout the world, enabled by innovation and technological progress.
enterprise research planning
An information system that integrates business activities across departmental boundaries, including planning, manufacturing, sales, marketing, and so on
Raw symbols, such as words and number, that have no meaning in and of themselves, and are of little value until processed.
Data that has be formatted and/or organized in some way as to be useful to people
A body of governing procedures such as guidelines or rules that are used to organize or manipulate data to make the data suitable for a given task.
The bottom level of the organization, where the routine, day-to-day business processes and interactions with customers occur
The middle level of the organization, where functional managers focus on monitoring and controlling operational-level activities and providing information top higher levels of the organization.
The top of the organization, where executives focus on long-term strategic issues facing the organization.
A decision where the procedures to follow for a given situation can be specified in advance.
A new technology, product, or service that eventually surpasses the existing dominant technology, product, or service in a market
A firm's ability to do something better, faster, cheaper, or uniquely as compared with rival firms in the market
The leverage of digital technologies to provide free goods and services to customers as a business strategy for gaining a competitive advantage
Using information systems to do an activity faster, cheaper, and perhaps with more accuracy and/or consistency
The set of primary and support activities in an organization where value is added to a product or service.
Physical computer equipment, such as a computer monitor, central processing unit, or keyboard.
A program (or set of programs) that tells the computer to preform certain processing functions.
Software that coordinates with the interaction between hardware devices, peripherals, application software, and users
A software program (typically downloaded to a mobile device) that is designed to preform a particular, well-defined function
Any computer on the network that enables access to files, database, communications, and other services available to users of the network
Sarbanes Oxley Act
A U.S. government regulation mandating companies to demonstrate compliance with accounting standards and establishing controls and corporate governance.
Markup that is inserted into the source document of a web page to specify the structure and content of a document
Brick and mortar
A business approach exclusively utilizing physical locations such as department stores, business offices, and manufacturing plants, without an online presence
Click and mortar
A business approach utilizing both physical location and virtual locations
A business strategy that exclusively utilizes an online presence.
The phenomenon of cutting out the "middleman" in transactions and reaching customers more directly and efficiently.
The design of a business model that reintroduces middleman in order to reduce the chaos brought on by disintermediation
The large parts of consumer demand that are outside the relatively small number of mainstream tastes.
A pricing system in which customers specify the product they are looking for and how much they are willing to pay; this information is routed to appropriate companies that either accept or reject the customers offer.
A two-dimensional barcode within a high storage capacity
Methods for improving a sites ranking in search engine results
The website is working and running smooth
Includes letters, numbers, symbols, and spaces
A combination of cell references, operators, values, and/or functions used to perform a calculation
The set of coordinates that a cell occupies on a worksheet
Formatting that enables a label to appear on multiple lines within the current cell
A small green square at the bottom-right corner of a cell
Indicates a cell's location from the cell containing the formula; the cell reference changes when the formula is copied.
Indicates a cell's specific location; the cell reference does not change when you copy the formula.
Calculates the total of values contained in two or more cells
Evaluates a condition and returns one value if the condition is true and a different value if the condition is false
The values that functions use to perform calculations.
Looks up a value in a vertical lookup table and returns a related result from the lookup table.
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