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M: Management -Business Function, Organisation Hierarchy I: Information -Content- Data, Information, Knowledge Knowledge -Processes- Create, Gather, Store, Organize, consolidate, filter, Deliver & Share S: Systems -Input- Process- Output- Store Open Or Close System PDF created with pdfFactory trial version
Data & Information Data refers to fact used for reference or analysis. Data may be a number, word or image, which Information is the knowledge derived from study, experience and statistics. Communication of word or image, which can be processed by a computer. Data needs to be interpreted by human or machine to derive the meaning intelligence derived from processed output of computer. Information is a kind of knowledge that can be exchanged among people , about things, facts, concepts, etc. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version
Attributes of Information Time Content Form Timeliness/Availability Mode & Format Conciseness/ Quality Frequency Accuracy Economical Validity Relevance Complete Current /Updated PDF created with pdfFactory trial version
IS can be defined as interrelated components that Collects Stores Process What is Information System Process Distribute information To support decision making Control an Organisation PDF created with pdfFactory trial version
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IS is an integration of man and machine for providing the information to support the operations, the management and the decision making. In Detail Information Systems The information that MIS provides helps the managers perform the mangement process. Ie: Planning, organising staffing, directing and controlling. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version
1. People Resource: a) End User- People who uses IS. b) IS Specialist – People who develop IS (Software Analyst, Developer, Operator) 2. Hardware Resource: a) Computer System- CPU, Laptops, hand help device b) Computer Peripherals – Input, output and store devices. 3. Software Resource: a) System Software - Operating Systems Components of Information System b) Application Software – eg: Payroll system, attendance system c) Procedure – Instruction to use IS 4. Data Resource: Data is stored, processed analysed using sophisticated technologies to reveal complex relations between two or more criteria. a) Database b) Knowledge base 5. Network Resource: a) Communication Media – Wired or wireless technology b) Communication Control software – Network operation systems, internet browsers. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version
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Dimensions of IS Organisation Hierarchy Business Functions Business Process Management Planning, Organising, Directing, Controlling Technology Hardware Software Data management technology Business Process Culture Politics Controlling Design & Develop new product & Services.

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