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Chapter01TF - material. T F 5. Company-wide applications...

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Name _________________________ Date ___________ Chapter 1 – True/False Instructions: Circle T if the statement is true or F if the statement is false. T F 1. Systems analysis and design refers to the combination of hardware and software products and services. T F 2. Application programmers plan, develop, and maintain information systems. T F 3. In-house applications are developed inside the company. T F 4. Information consists of basic facts that are the system’s raw
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Unformatted text preview: material. T F 5. Company-wide applications are called enterprise applications. T F 6. Newer systems are called legacy systems. T F 7. Google, Yahoo, and AOL are examples of pure dot-com companies. T F 8. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is primarily used to communicate between businesses and consumers. T F 9. B2C stands for Business-to-Client. T F 10. A scalable design can expand to meet new business requirements....
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