Information System Business Problem Dimensions CKPT1

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CKPT1 Information System Business Problem Dimensions By: Virginia Kirby IT/205 April 22, 2011 1
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CKPT1 What are the three dimensions to business problems? Provide examples of each. The three dimensions to business problems are organizations, people and information technology. Organizations are composed of different levels and specialties. Business firms are organized as hierarchy or pyramid structures. The upper levels consist of managerial, professional, and technical employees and the lower levels consist of operational personnel. A business and the information systems are useless without skilled people to help build and maintain them. People help to understand how to use the information and achieve business objectives. Businesses require different kinds of people and the skills they attain. One of the many tools that managers use to cope with change is information technology. Its computer hardware is the physical equipment used for input, processing, and output activities. The computer hardware comes in various sizes and shapes and various input, output, and storage
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course IT 205 taught by Professor Kurts during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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