mis2008su_ch01-01_choi - Chapter 1 IT Support of...

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Chapter 1 Support of Organizational IT Support of Organizational erformance Performance Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Sejong University Chapter 1 1
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ontents Contents 1.1 Doing Business in the Digital Economy 1.2 Business Pressures, Organizational Performance and Responses, and IT Support 1.3 Information Systems and Information Technology 1.4 The Adaptive, Agile, Real-Time Enterprise 1.5 Information Technology Developments and Trends 1.6 Why Should You Learn About Information Technology? 1.7 Plan of the Book Appendix 1A Chapter 1 2
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1.1 Doing Business in the Digital Economy Digital Enterprise Chapter 1 3
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igital Economy Digital Economy z The digital economy is an economy based on digital technologies, including communication networks (the ternet intranets and extranets) computers software Internet, intranets, and extranets), computers, software, and other related technologies lso called the Internet economy the new economy { Also called the Internet economy, the new economy, or the Web economy z E-Business : The use of electronic technologies to us ess e use o e ec o c ec o og es o transact business z Collaboration : People and Organizations interact, communicate, collaborate, and search for information z Information Exchange : Storing, processing and Chapter 1 4 transmission of information
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ld Economy vs New Economy Old Economy vs. New Economy z Example 1: Paying for Goods, Checkout { Old-old Economy: Customer selects goods, waits in line for the cashier to key in price of items, and then ays in cash pays in cash ld Economy: The clerk swipes the barcode of each { Old Economy: The clerk swipes the barcode of each item and customer pays in cash, credit, or debit. formation scanned is available for immediate Information scanned is available for immediate analysis known as source-data automation (POS) Chapter 1 5
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ld Economy vs New Economy Old Economy vs. New Economy z Example 1: Paying for Goods, Checkout (continued) { Old Economy: Shoppers take their items to a self- service kiosk and swipe the barcodes themselves { New Economy: Wireless technology (RFID) affixed to each item. Allows you to select items that pass through a scanner, which reads wireless signal, enerates a bill automatically debits your generates a bill, automatically debits your designated account for payment and you leave Chapter 1 6
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ld Economy vs New Economy Old Economy vs. New Economy z Example 2: Taking Photos { Old-old Economy: You use a camera with film, which
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course TECHNOLOGY 032913 taught by Professor Hong during the Spring '08 term at 서울대학교.

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