(T/F) IBM defines electronic business as "the transformation of key
business processes through the use of Internet technologies."
2. (T/F) A transaction is an exchange of value.
(T/F) A transaction always has one or more activi
Professor Morgan Tiffany
From Rags to Riches
Fancy as defined in the Merriam Websters Dictionary as being not ordinary or plain,
sometimes defined as feeling a desire or a liking for. Well, when your born poor whit
Steps 1 and 2
When you survey text, you quickly look
over, or skim the reading for clues
about what it means or is about.
Survey a text before you read it.
As you survey, think about
Steps 3-5 The Rs
Look for the answers to the questions
Reduce your speed for difficult
Stop and reread parts you do not
Read only one
Learning Academic Vocabulary
Increasing your vocabulary will increase your reading comprehension. Learning the meaning of new
words can increase your prior knowledge; you can then draw upon that knowledge to understand more
difficult reading material. As
CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BIT)
COURSE SYLLABUS Fall 2016
August 29th to December 11th 2016
CLASS TIME & LOCATION:
Reading Strategies Dr. Kathleen King
Many ideas in this handout are from a lecture by Dr. Lee Haugen, former
Reading Specialist at the ISU Academic Skills Center
For many of you, reading at the college level is an entirely new experience.
You've been read
Discussion Questions page 276
1. What would it be like to be a department manager in a functional organization structure?
What would it be like to be in a divisional approach to organization structure?
In your caparison discuss responsibilities, skills, c
Chapter 12: Planning for Electronic Commerce
1. The keys to successful implementation of any information technology project are planning and execu tion.
2. A successful business plan for an electronic commerce initiative
Chapter 10: Electronic Commerce Security
1. Threats that are deemed low risk and unlikely to occur can be ignored when the cost to protect against
the threat exceeds the value of the protected asset.
2. The element of nec
Chapter 9: Electronic Commerce Software
1. Because of software scalability, a high-traffic electronic commerce site, with thousands of catalog in quiries each minute, can use the same software as a small online shop selling a dozen items.
Chapter 8: Web Server Hardware and Software
1. The three main elements of a Web server are the hardware, operating system software, and client soft ware.
2. After most companies have decided on the number of visitors they
Chapter 7: The Environment of Electronic Commerce: Legal, Ethical, and Tax
1. Any business that uses the Web immediately becomes an international business.
2. Businesses that operate on the Web must comply with the
Chapter 6: Social Networking, Mobile Commerce, and Online Auc tions
1. _ were computers that allowed users to connect through modems (using dial-up connections through telephone lines) to read and post messages in a common area.
Chapter 5: Business-to-Business Activities: Improving Efficiency and
1. The term _ generally includes all purchasing activities, plus the monitoring of all elements of purchase transactions.
Chapter 4: Marketing on the Web
1. The four Ps of marketing include _.
ciple, place, and
1. One problem that the Web presents for clothing retailers of all types is that
customers are unwilling to buy
color settings on computer monitors
the Web catalog revenue model is
1. HTML was developed by _.
2. _ was the first Web browser that became widely available for personal
1. Consumer shopping on the Web is often called _.
2. The group of logical, related, and sequential activities and transactions in
which businesses engage are often collectively re
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