Lab%201%20-%20Introduction%20to%20Information%20Systems%20Concepts

Lab%201%20-%20Introduction%20to%20Information%20Systems%20Concepts

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INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEM CONCEPTS LAB 1
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WHAT IS AN INFORMATION SYSTEM? Data Hardware Software People Procedures 2
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INFORMATION SYSTEM EXAMPLE 3 List the hardware, software, data, people, and procedures used in this system.
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WHAT IS A RELATIONAL DATABASE? Data is central to nearly all information systems. Data is most often stored in a relational database. A relational database is: A group of tables holding data. A group of tables that are related to one another using keys. 4
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MICROSOFT ACCESS Two ways to  interact with  the  Northwind  database. 5 Through database window Through menu form with buttons
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A DATABASE TABLE A collection of rows and columns. A collection of records and fields. Column or field names at the top of each column.  Rows or records of data.
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Lab%201%20-%20Introduction%20to%20Information%20Systems%20Concepts

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