Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Building and Deploying an


Building and Deploying an

The systems approach to problem solving uses a system orientation to the process of z l
developing an information system.
The activities are inter-related and require the involvement of every business end user in z l
addition to the IS professionals.
A distributed environment with both mainframe and PCs is very flexible and is commonly z l
used by most medium and large-size organizations.
This basic classification is analogous to the transportation such as a train or a plane. z l
Information Systems Life Cycle covers the planning, construction, deployment and z l
maintenance of an Information System. It covers the steps of investigation, analysis, design,
and implementation and maintenance.

Cost/Benefit Analysis: Assessment of a proposed project by comparing its projected costs with
its projected benefits over time.
Data Flow Diagram: Diagram that depicts logical flow of data, using four standardized symbols
to represent flow of data between processes and sub-processes in a business.
LAN: Network connecting personal computers and other equipment within a local area to help
people share equipment, data and software.
System Maintenance: involves the monitoring, evaluation and modification of a system to make
desirable or necessary improvements.

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