F09_class_07_Ch4_Hardware_Software

F09_class_07_Ch4_Hardware_Software - Ch. 4 Hardware &...

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Class #8 Gray & Patton MIS 301 Introduction to IT Management
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Class Business MSGP1 Team List due in class on Mon, 9/14, in hard copy Fri, 9/18, class in MOD Lab, CBA 5.304 to go through Access1 DB assignment Study recommendation: continue to watch Dee videos as we go through chapters
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Chapter 4 Learning Objectives Understand Konana’s SW ecosystem and its relationship to competitive advantage Become intelligent technology consumers Know purpose of computer components Understand factors that affect computer performance Know sources and types of application software
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Dee’s Critical Questions Run blog on Emerson site or with an outside hosting service? Will it run on Windows or Linux server? What blog software will she use? How will she code entries? With a web application, such as Front Page? Or with an html editor in blog software? What browsers will blog support? Internet Explorer? Firefox? Netscape? Others? What if blog doesn’t render perfectly in all browsers?
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Creating Competitive Advantage
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Consumer applications Enterprise management Enterprise Applications Middleware Database Operating System Hardware SCM CRM XLMiner Excel Access DB Konana’s Software Ecosystem Konana, Prabhudev 2007
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Porter’s Value Chain Model Network of linked value-creating activities
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Types of Hardware Input hardware keyboard, mouse, document scanners, bar-code (UPC) scanners, video cameras microphones, handwriting Processing devices Central processing unit (CPU) selects instructions, processes them, performs arithmetic and logical comparisons Main memory (sometimes called Random Access Memory RAM) Special function cards Enhance computer’s basic capabilities on things like video cards
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Types of Hardware (Cont.) Output hardware
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