computer-based information systems-
A combination of hardware,
software,and telecommunication networks that people build
and use to collect, create, and distribute data.
Recorded, unformatted information, such as words, and
number, that often has no meaning in and of itself.
physical computer equipment, such as the computer
monitor, central processing unit, or keyboard.
data that has been formatted and/or organized in
some way to be useful.
Assumed to mean computer-based
information systems that are combinations of hardware,
software, and telecommunications networks that people
build and use to collect, create, and distribute useful data;
this term is also used to represent the field in which people
develop, use, and manage, and study computer based
information systems in organizations.
machine technology that is controlled by
or uses information.
a body of governing procedures, scubas guidelines or
rules that are used to organize or manipulate data to make it
suitable for a given task.
-a program or set of programs that tell the computer to
perform certain processing functions.
any mechanical and/or electrical means to
supplement, extend, or replace manual operations or
a group of two or more computers
linked together with communications equipment
accumulated knowledge, gained though combination of
academics tidy and personal experience, that goes beyond
knowledge by representing broader, more generalized rules
and schemes for understanding a specific domain or