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MIS 235 Study Guide-Final

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MIS 235 – Study Guide for the Final Exam for Sections M, N, O You should be in good shape (compared to other students in sections M, N, O) if you master the following: Introduction o What are the latest trends in IT employment? The World is Flat o Why does the author believe the world is flat? What is the implication for you? o What are the flatteners? Competitive Advantage o Porter’s 5 forces Databases and Datawarehousing o Data vs. information o What is a DBMS? o Know the terms in the slides o How to decide on primary/foreign key pairs when designing an ERD o SQL SELECT GROUP BY WHERE vs. HAVING Aggregate functions (SUM, COUNT, etc.) Table joins o How is a datawarehouse different from a database? o What is data mining? Networking o How is client-server infrastructure different from peer-to-peer? o Know the terms and technologies in the slides E-Business o How is the Internet different from the World Wide Web? How was e-business conducted before the WWW?
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