MistyCharnesky-CheckPoint Information System Business Problem Dimensions

MistyCharnesky-CheckPoint Information System Business Problem Dimensions

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Misty Charnesky- CheckPoint: Information System Business Problem Dimensions What are the three dimensions to business problems? Provide examples of each. Three dimensions to business problems as well as dimensions to information systems are the people, organizations, and technology involved. In many businesses, organization is done by hierarchy or something called the pyramid. You have your manager level and operational personnel, or employees, and sometimes there are levels between. People can be a problem within a business if they are not skilled in their area and do not keep up with the maintenance of reviewing and updating information for the whole. One single person can bring a whole department down and one department can bring the whole business down. Technology plays a big part in today’s business with the hardware and software available. The bigger the business the more advanced their technology should be to better serve
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Unformatted text preview: consumers and make business organization simpler. What is the difference between IT and Information systems? Describe some functions of information systems. IT or Information technology is the hardware and software used to achieve objectives. Some examples of IT are disc drives, computers, and personal handheld devices, but IT also includes software such as Microsoft Office and the computer operating system. An Information system is a set of interrelated components that collect, process, store, and distribute information. Information systems are able to collect information or data and distribute to others. An information system inputs (or collects) data, processes (or converts) data, and output (or transfer data) to the relevant people. The people who receive the information must then provide feedback on the data he or she received. Certificate of Originality-Misty Charnesky...
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