Chap 14 Enterprise Computing

Chap 14 Enterprise Computing - Enterprise Computing...

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2 Enterprise Computing Large organization (multinational corporation, university, hospital, research laboratory, government organization) Requires special computing solutions because of its size Enterprise Computing – Manages Large amounts of information and applications software Disparate groups of people Over extensive geographical area Uses computers in networks Encompass a variety of operating systems, network architectures, protocols, media, communications hardware
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3 Information Systems in the Enterprise Information System Set of hardware, software, data, people, and procedures that work together to produce information Procedures - instructions and guidelines users follow to accomplish activities Information gathered in ongoing operations of enterprise Collected, combined, and analyzed over time Enterprise Information
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4 Executive management Executive management strategic decisions Middle management Middle management tactical decisions Users of Enterprise Information Users use information for a variety of purposes Operational management Operational management operational decisions Nonmanagement employees Nonmanagement employees on-the-job decisions
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5 1. Planning objectives strategies tactics 2. Organizing money people management structure 3. Leading communications instructions motivation 4. Controlling performance measurement corrective action Information Is Used To Support Management Activities
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6 Types of Information Systems in the Enterprise Traditional Information Systems Business data, software kept within functional units Units often used different systems, techniques to manage data and develop, maintain software Data Often duplicated Often not current Often isolated Often difficult to access across the organization
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7 Types of Information Systems in the Enterprise Enterprise-Wide Systems General purpose information systems Cross boundaries of functional units Office Information Systems (OIS) Improve productivity and communications Transaction Processing Systems (TPS) Capture and process day-to-day transaction data Management Information Systems (MIS) Generate information organized to allow managers to track progress, make decisions
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BUS ADM 230 taught by Professor Kasum during the Fall '07 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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