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Chapter 6 with mods - Telecommunications in Business Telecommunications the transmittal of data and information from one point to another Allows

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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 1 Telecommunications in Business Telecommunications : the transmittal of data and information from one point to another Allows communications over large distances Telephone, e-mail, and the Web rely on fast, reliable telecommunications Networking technologies have brought about several improvements to the business process
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 2 Telecommunications in Business (continued) Improvements made possible by telecommunications: Better business communication, including e-mail, voice mail, instant messaging, faxing, file transfer, mobile telephony, and teleconferencing Greater efficiency: information delivery is immediate and not constrained by geographical distance Better distribution of data: central storage with both local and remote access
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 3 Telecommunications in Business (continued) Improvements made possible by telecommunications (continued): Instant transactions, using Web and wireless technologies Flexible and mobile workforce: telecommuting and wireless connectivity for remote workers Alternative channels: voice, radio, television now available via the Web also Network security is a challenge
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 4 Telecommunications in Daily Use Cellular phones Videoconferencing Wireless payments and warehousing Peer-to-peer file sharing Web-empowered commerce
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 5 Cellular Phones Name is derived from areas of service, called cells Each cell has a computerized transceiver Transmits and receives signals Can transmit and receive calls almost anywhere Cell phones provide other capabilities, including: E-mail and faxing GPS Digital cameras Major advantage is mobility
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 6 Videoconferencing Videoconferencing : transmitted images and speech Brings together conference rooms that are thousands of miles apart Produces savings in multiple areas, including: Travel Lodging Transportation Time
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 7 Wireless Payments and Warehousing Radio frequency identification (RFID) : Enables rapid transactions and payments Used at gas stations for payment at pump Used in vehicles for automatic road toll payment Used to track and locate items in warehouses
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 8 Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing : used to locate and download files from any online computer through Internet using applications such as: LimeWire BearShare KaZaa Morpheus Used extensively to download music and video files, often in violation of copyright laws
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Management Information Systems, Sixth Edition 9 Web-Empowered Commerce Increasingly fast communication allows organizations and individuals to:
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course MGSC 290 taught by Professor Johnston during the Fall '09 term at South Carolina.

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Chapter 6 with mods - Telecommunications in Business Telecommunications the transmittal of data and information from one point to another Allows

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