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11) ________ is the dynamic social media process of employing users to participate in product design or product redesign. A) Social capitalization B) User interface designing C) Crowdsourcing D) Process reengineering 12) ________ is the application of social media to facilitate the cooperative work of people inside organizations. A) Enterprise architecture B) Enterprise resource planning C) Enterprise 2.0 D).
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  Multiple Choice 1) Which device listed below is an example of an output hardware device? A) keyboard B) flatbed plotter C) CPU D) magnetic disk 2) Which of the following is considered to be input hardware? A) keyboard B) printers C) speakers D) screen projectors 3) One ________ = 1024 kilobytes. A) terabyte B) megabyte C) gigabyte D) bit 4) All computer data is represented by.
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10) How did Porter define technology, human resources and firm infrastructure? 11) Describe the support activities in a value chain. 12) What is the criterion on which business processes should run? 1 Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. 13) How can one develop competitive strategies using products? How can information systems help in the process? .
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1 Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc.   Multiple Choice 1) ________ is the use of information technology to support the sharing of content among networks of users. A) Electronic data interchange B) Data warehousing C) Cloud computing D) Social media 2) Social media ________ are companies and other organizations that choose to support a presence on one or.
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11) Information silos arise as a result of ________. A) the individual users of personal information systems B) an inter-enterprise information system's involvement to find solutions to problems arising within two or more enterprises C) an organization's plan to create them D) data being isolated in separated systems 12) Which of the following applications falls.
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    Multiple Choice 1) The distinguishing characteristic of a LAN is ________. A) that it connects at multiple locations B) that it connects at a single location C) that it is a network of networks D) that all lines need not reside at the same geographic location 2) A ________ connects computers at different geographic locations. A) LAN B).
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11) The IEEE 802.3 protocol is used for wired LAN connections. 12) Wireless mice use Bluetooth to connect to the computer. 13) Bluetooth is a protocol that can transmit data over long distances. 14) DSL operates on the same lines as voice telephones. 15) Leased lines are also called PSDN. 16) Cable modems provide high-speed.
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21) An HTTPS connection is a secure connection. 22) File Transfer Protocol is used for email transmissions. 23) An access name is a unique name that is affiliated with a public IP address. 24) Routers convert digital data into analog signals. 25) A tunnel is a virtual, private pathway over a public or shared.
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11) Pure database data in raw form are most pertinent and useful. 12) Each of the elements of the database application system calls on the database management system to process the database tables. 13) Most organizations develop their own DBMS. 14) DB2 is a popular DBMS product that is licensed from Microsoft. 15) Hypertext.
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21) Every computer has a(n) ________, which is a program that controls that computer's resources. A) operating system B) browser C) central processing unit D) instruction set 22) Which of the following operating systems was developed by the open source community? A) Opera B) Windows C) Linux D) Mac OS 23) Which of the following operating systems is most commonly.
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21) Inherent processes are ________. A) time-consuming business processes and involve substantial investment B) predesigned procedures for using the software products C) the activities which alter and design business processes to take advantage of new information systems D) always accompanied by business process reengineering 22) Which of the following is true for inherent processes? A) Inherent.
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True or False 1) Databases are required to keep track of lists with multiple themes. 2) A database is a self-describing collection of integrated records. 3) Bytes, which are characters of data, are grouped into rows. 4) Columns are also called records. 5) The collection of data for all columns is called a file. 6) A.
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  Multiple Choice 1) Which of the following is true of personal information systems? A) Personal information systems that support a particular department are sometimes called departmental information systems. B) Adapting to changes in personal information systems is difficult. C) Such systems have only one user and hence procedures need not be documented or formalized.
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11) A(n) ________ is a program that controls the computer's resources. A) cache B) operating system C) CPU D) bus 12) When there is not enough memory to load additional programs in the main memory, the operating system removes some programs/data and replaces it with the newly requested programs/data through a process called ________. A) data.
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  Multiple Choice 1) The purpose of a database is to ________. A) use special technology to monitor a single theme B) design, write, test, troubleshoot, and maintain the source code of computer programs C) use a logical data model of information to describe and build architectures D) help people keep track of things Copyright © 2014.
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True or False 1) A workgroup information system is an information system that is shared by a group of people for a particular purpose. 2) Workgroup information systems that support a particular department are sometimes called functional information systems. 3) Scheduling of groundskeeping is an example of a personal information system. 4) The.
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21) The most frequently used instructions are stored in the cache. 22) Main memory of the computer contains instructions for the operating system (OS). 23) Memory swapping is the process of transferring data between the main memory and the cache. 24) When you work on a spreadsheet program like Excel, the program is.
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11) Information systems for both manufacturing and operations departments of an organization will process data related to finished goods and can therefore cause duplication and lead to problems. 12) Contrary to popular belief, isolation of departmental applications cannot be held responsible for disjointed business processes. 13) Information silos can result in increased.
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True or False 1) Hardware consists of electronic components and related gadgetry that input, process, output, and store data according to instructions encoded in computer programs or software. 2) Printers are examples of output hardware. 3) A flatbed plotter is an example of an input device. 4) The CPU selects instructions, processes them, performs.
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21) The S in HTTPS stands for ________. A) site B) safety C) speed D) secure 22) One very common use of FTP is to ________. A) maintain Web sites B) transmit emails C) format responses D) implement protocol 23) The ________ is the Internet-based network of browsers and servers that process HTTP or HTTPS. A) FTP B) SMTP C) Web D) Data link 24).
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11) SM application providers develop and operate their own custom, proprietary, social networking application software. 12) Content data is data about relationships. 13) Connection data differentiates SMIS from Web site applications. 14) Both Web sites and social networking sites present user and responder content, but only social networking applications store and process connection.
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21) Connecting system "islands" via a new layer of software/system is the function of enterprise application integration. 22) Unlike departmental systems in which a single department manager is in charge, enterprise systems have no clear boss. 23) Many organizations create their own enterprise systems from scratch. 24) Transitioning from one system to a.
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21) The application program serves as an intermediary between the Web server and the database. 22) The lost-update problem can be prevented by a type of locking which must be used to coordinate the activities of users who know nothing about one another. 23) Enterprise DBMS products are designed for smaller, simpler.
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True or False 1) Electronic data interchange is the use of information technology to support the sharing of content among networks of users. 2) Social media enables people to form hives, which refer to groups of people related by a common interest. 3) A social media information system is an information system that.
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21) SQL stands for ________. A) Standard Query Language B) Secondary Query Language C) Structured Query Language D) Simplified Query Language 22) ________ is an international standard language for processing a database. A) Hypertext Markup Language B) Dynamic HTML C) Structured Query Language D) Sybase Language 23) During which of the following functions of a database are tools provided for.
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11) Which protocol standard used for wired LAN connections specifies hardware characteristics, such as which wire carry which signals? A) intranet B) WiMax C) Ethernet D) EVDO 12) Which of the following statements about LAN protocols is true? A) The access point uses both the 802.3 and 802.11 standards. B) The IEEE 802.11 protocol is also called.
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31) ________ products process large organizational and workgroup databases. A) Relational DBMS B) Personal DBMS C) Enterprise DBMS D) Structured DBMS 32) Which of the following is an example of an enterprise DBMS product? A) Paradox B) dBase C) FoxPro D) DB2 33) Which of the following is true of enterprise DBMS products? A) Enterprise DBMS products are designed for small.
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31) Which of the following is true about enterprise resource planning (ERP)? A) ERP is a suite of software applications that integrates existing systems by providing layers of software that connect applications together. B) ERP, though unable to incorporate functions of CRM, includes accounting, manufacturing, inventory, and human resources applications. C) The layers.
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