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5 Matching questions

  1. Five steps of new information systems development
  2. Scheduled Reports
  3. Demand Reports
  4. Group decision support systems
  5. Management Information System (MIS)
  1. a produced periodically on a schedule
  2. b an information system designed to provide routine information to managers and decision makers
  3. c developed to get certain information at a person's request
  4. d designed to provide effective support in group decision-making settings
  5. e systems investigation, systems analysis, systems design, systems implementation, systems maintenance and review

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the crime of deliberately deceiving a person over the Internet in order to damage them and to obtain property or services from him or her unjustly
  2. finds the best solution, usually the one that will best help individuals or organizations meet their goals
  3. product of the mind or intellect over which the owner holds legal entitlement
  4. uses private communications networks called value-added networks (vans) to transmit standardized transaction between partners and suppliers
  5. make use of Infrared, Near Field Communication (NFC), or RFID technologies to support contactless payments using a cell phone

5 True/False questions

  1. Biometricscommonly accepted guidelines or procedures that usually find a good solution, but not necessarily the optimal solution—are often used in the decision-making process

          

  2. Ethics and laws concerning sharing of MP3 and copyright materialsharing copyright material is bad and against the law

          

  3. Data Manipulation Language (DML)detailed description of all data used in the database

          

  4. Distributed DatabaseA collection of data organized to meet user's needs

          

  5. Expert Systems (ES)information system that can make suggestions and reach conclusions in much the same way that a human expert can