CGS 3300

CGS 3300 - MIS( System Informationsystem(IS)=

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MIS (management information  systems) The development and use of information systems that help businesses  achieve their goals and objectives System A group of components that interact to achieve some purposes
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Information system (IS) =computer based tech system is a group of components that interact to produce information synonym for computer based information system Five componet framework Computer hardware, software, data, procedures, and people Business goals A business is not alive, and it cannot act It is the people within a business who sell, buy, design, produce, finance,  market, account and manage Nonroutine cognitive skills Including abstract reasoning, problem solving, communication, and  collaboration Short it- an investment technique that will net you a positive return if the stock  value decreases  Information-  is knowledge derived from data data presented in a meaningful context processed data  data processed by summing, ordering, averaging, grouping, comparing or  other similar operations a difference that makes a difference Information is always understood in context, and that context varies from one  user to another; therefore, information is always subjective Data is defined as recorded facts of figures Characteristics of good information Good information is accurate Good information is timely-produced in time for its intended use Information should be relevant both to the context and to the subject
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Information needs to be sufficient for the purpose for which it is generated, but  just barely so There are costs for developing an information system, costs of operating and  maintaining that system, and costs of your time and salary for reading and  processing the information the system produces. For information to be worth  its cost, there must be an appropriate relationship between the cost of  information and its value Information technology (IT) refers to the products, methods, inventions, and  standards that are used for the purpose of producing information Drives the development for new information systems Information system (IS) An assembly of hardware, software, data, procedures and people that  produces information People are needed who can design the databases that hold the data and who  can develop procedures for people to follow; operate and service the  computers Routine production services Employed by high volume organizations o Workers require few skills, they need to be able to read and perform  simple calculations; they must be reliable and be able to take direction In person services
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course CGS 3300 taught by Professor Kaleem during the Spring '08 term at FIU.

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CGS 3300 - MIS( System Informationsystem(IS)=

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