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Discovering Computers 2009 Chapter 14 Enterprise Computing
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Chapter 14 Objectives Discuss the special information requirements of an enterprise-sized corporation Identify information systems used in the functional units of an enterprise List general purpose and integrated information systems used throughout an enterprise List types of technologies used throughout an enterprise Describe the major types of e-commerce Discuss the computer hardware needs and solutions for an enterprise Determine why computer backup is important and how it is accomplished Discuss the steps in a disaster recovery plan Next
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What is Enterprise Computing? What is an enterprise ? p. 714 Next Large organization such as multinational corporation, university, hospital, research laboratory, or government organization Requires special computing solutions because of its size Enterprise computing —use of computers in networks that encompass variety of operating systems, protocols, and network architectures
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What is Enterprise Computing? How does information flow within an enterprise? Ø Enterprise manages large amounts of information over an extensive geographical area and disparate groups of people p. 714 Fig. 14-1 Next
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What is Enterprise Computing? How are enterprises organized? p. 716 - 717 Fig. 14-2 Next Ø Most are organized in a hierarchy
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What is Enterprise Computing? What are the four categories of users? p. 717 Fig. 14-3 Next {0A4 7A93-4132-41 B-8294-4525D2727186} Executive Management {834DC8B9-DAB1-4352-B5EA-374870C918F4} Middle Management {8DD50243-E43E-401F-B8 F-E1BD5F891BF9} Operational Management {A1308 79-7A3C-4A74-80 C-8FA367B3C347} Nonmanagement Employees
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What is Enterprise Computing? What is enterprise information ? p. 718 Next Information gathered in ongoing operations of enterprise Allows managers to make better decisions Collected, combined, and analyzed over time
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What is Enterprise Computing? What are the four management activities? p. 719 Fig. 14-4 Next 1. Planning objectives strategies tactics 2. Organizing money people management structure 3. Leading communications instructions motivation 4. Controlling performance measurement corrective action
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Information Systems in the Enterprise What is an information system ? p. 719 - 720 Fig. 14-5 Next Ø Set of hardware, software, data, people, and procedures that works together to produce information § Procedures are instructions users follow to accomplish activities Click to view Web Link, click Chapter 14, Click Web Link from left navigation, then click Information Technology Departments below Chapter 14
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Information Systems in the Enterprise What is a functional unit? p. 720
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