The process of monitoring evaluating and modifying a system as needed is

The process of monitoring evaluating and modifying a

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Question: 119 The process of monitoring, evaluating, and modifying a system as needed is referred to as A.Systems analysis. B.Systems feasibility study. C.Systems maintenance. Answer (C) is correctSystems maintenance must be undertaken by systems analysts and applications programmers continuously throughout the life of a system. Maintenance is the redesign of the system and programs to meet new needs or to correct design flaws. Ideally, these changes should be made as part of a regular program of preventive maintenance. D.Systems implementation. .
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Question: 120 The process of developing specifications for hardware, software, manpower, data resources, and information products required to develop a system is referred to as . Question: 121 An information system (IS) project manager is currently in the process of adding a systems analyst to the IS staff. The new systems analyst will be involved with testing the new computerized system. At which stage of the systems development life cycle will the analyst be primarily used? . Question: 122 The process of learning how the current system functions, determining the needs of users, and developing the logical requirements of a proposed system is referred to as .
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