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17.Monitoring is the process of analyzing systems to make sure they are operating as intended.
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18.The maintenance costs for legacy systems can be quite expensive.
19.A slipstream upgrade is a minor upgrade-typically a code adjustment or minor bug fix.
20.Many companies don't announce to users that a slipstream upgrade has been made.(A) True(B) FalseAnswer :(A)
21.Only select patches come from off-the-shelf software vendors.
22.Agile is better suited for developing larger information systems than smaller ones.
23.The product developer is a person who represents the project stakeholders and is responsiblefor communicating and aligning project priorities between the stakeholders and development team.
24.Only internal employees can perform systems review.(A) True(B) FalseAnswer :(B)
25.A throw-away prototype can be produced in days.
26.System backup and recovery, performance, and security issues can be overlooked in the haste todevelop a prototype.
27.The object-oriented (OO) approach can also be used during systems analysis.
28.The systems development teams for mobile devices are typically quite large.(A) True(B) FalseAnswer :(B)
29.A project manager must meet with stakeholders and end users on a regular basis to discuss
expectations, document project success criteria, and share project results and status.
30.The project milestone is the date an entire project should be completed and operational.
MULTICHOICE31._____ converts a system design into an operational system by acquiring and installing hardwareand software, coding and testing software programs, creating and loading data into databases, andperforming initial program testing.
32._____ involves testing the complete, integrated system (hardware, software, databases, people,and procedures) to validate that an information system meets all specified requirements.(A) Integration testing(B) System testing(C) Volume testing(D) User acceptance testingAnswer :(B)
33.The goals of _____ are to determine the work load at which systems performance begins todegrade and to identify and eliminate any issues that prevent the system from reaching its requiredsystem-level performance.

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