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Appendix E - the hardware and software technology that is...

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Axia College Material Appendix E Hardware/Software Components In your own words, describe the following hardware/software components Legacy systems Old-fashioned computer system, that is used because it’s data can not be changed too new formats Mainframe computers Mainframe computers are used in business where the data to be processed is too huge and has to be processed too many times and may require too much CPU cycles where the else of the computers may flunk. Microprocessors Microprocess are used in machines that take decision it self according to some particular condition. PCs It helps you automate various tasks that you can not do manually. It helps you organize your data and information in a better way. It has much more computing and calculating power then an ordinary human Network computers Computer networks can be classified according to
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Unformatted text preview: the hardware and software technology that is used to interconnect the individual devices in the network World Wide Web and Internet The internet is used for entertainment, reference, work, and anything else you could think of. Wired and wireless broadband technology Wireless broadband is used for allowing two or more electronic devices to communicate with each other. Cordless or cell phones as well as the Internet PC software Programs, procedures and documentation that perform / operate the various tasks of the PC systems. Networking software Networking software is used to make it possible for computers to communicate or connect to one another. Computer security software The objective of computer security includes protection of information and property from theft, corruption, or natural disaster. BUS 210...
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