If your US based company were to hire a vendor located in New York City you

If your us based company were to hire a vendor

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58.If your U.S.-based company were to hire a vendor located in New York City, you would be using _____ outsourcing. A. nearshoreB. domesticC. onshoreD. interior 59.If your U.S.-based company were to hire a vendor from Mexico City, you would be using _____ outsourcing. 60.What is the trend called when a U.S. company outsources IT functions to other countries that are geographically far away?
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61.Which of the following is an advantage of outsourcing? 62.Which of the following is a disadvantage of outsourcing? A. It acquires outdated technology.B. It increases dependency on other organizations.C. It decreases performance accountability.D. It cannot predict future costs. True / False Questions 63.The systems development life cycle is an unstructured approach for developing information systems.
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64.Project scope clearly defines the high-level system requirements. 65.Adding additional features that were not part of the initial project definition is an example of scope creep. 66.Scope creep and feature creep lead to better systems development projects. True False 67.The project plan defines the what, when, and who questions of system development. 68.Joint application development is a meeting between users and IT specialists to define and review business requirements for the project. 69.Sign-off occurs when users and IT specialists meet to define or review the business requirements for the system.
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70.During the development phase, you develop a technical blueprint of how the proposed system will work. True False 71.Users are usually involved in the testing phase as they are the most familiar with the business requirements and test conditions. 72.Online training is excellent when employees need one-on-one time with a trainer. 73.Plunge implementation discards the old system completely and immediately uses the new system. 74.Once a system has been created and implemented, no changes should be made to it. True False
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