Bonus Chapter B

Bonus Chapter B - BonusChapterB 19:53

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Bonus Chapter B 19:53 Data Processing : Name for business technology in the 1970s; included  technology that supported an existing business and was primarily used to  improve the flow of financial information Information systems : Technology that helps companies do business; includes  such tools as automated teller machines (ATM) and voice mail Information technology : Technology that helps companies change business by  allowing them to use new methods Business intelligence : Any of a variety of software applications that analyze an  organizations raw data and take out useful insights from it Intranet : A companywide network, closed to public access, that uses internet- type technology Extranet : A semiprivate network that uses internet technology and allows more  than one company to access the same information or allows people on different  servers to collaborate Virtual Private Network
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course BMGT 110 taught by Professor Nelson during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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Bonus Chapter B - BonusChapterB 19:53

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