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Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 30: The challenges ahead

The following will be discussed in this chapter: Organizing principles, the learning organization, processes rather than functions, communities rather than groups, virtual rather than physical, self-organizing rather than designed, adaptable rather than stable, distributed rather than centralized.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 5: The internet and the web (part III)

In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Wi-Fi technologies a review, benefits of Internet II technologies, development of the web, some initial products of the World Wide Web, markup languages, web servers and web clients, web browsers, the internet and web features that promote e commerce,...


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 4: The internet and the web (part II)

In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Explain the current structure of internet, understand the limitations of todays internet, describe the potential capabilities of internet II, understand how the world wide web works, describe how internet and web features and services support e-commerce.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 9: E-commerce security environment

In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Understand the scope of e-commerce crime and security problems, describe the key dimensions of e-commerce security, understand the tension between security and other values, identify the key security threats in the e-commerce environment.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 24: Installation & operations

Upon completion of this lesson, the successful participant will be able to: Understand different types of conversion strategies and when to use them; understand several techniques for managing change; be familiar with post-installation processes.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 25: Automated tools for systems development

In this chapter students will be able to: Identify the tradeoffs when using CASE to support system development activities, describe organizational forces for and against CASE, describe the role of CASE tools in SDLC, list and describe CASE components.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 32: Course revision (Last lecture)

This chapter presents the following content: Logical database design, physical database design, deliverables and outcomes, normalization, transforming E-R diagrams into relations, the process of designing forms and reports,...


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 27: System analyst

Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 27: System analyst. In this chapter we discuss management skills required for success as a systems analyst, discuss interpersonal skills required for success as a systems analyst, describe the systems analysis profession.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 27: Java Script (part I)

In this chapter students will be able to: Introduction, javascript where to, javascript output, javascript syntax, javascript statements, javascript comments, javascript variables, javascript data type.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 23: ASP.NET (part II: Server Technologies)

After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Webpages introduction, webpages razor, webpages layout, webpages folders, webpages global, webpages forms, webpages objects, webpages files, webpages databases, webpages helpers, webpages webgrid, webpages charts, webpages email, webpages PHP, webpages publish.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 4: The top IS job

The responsibilities of the head of the IS function now go far beyond operating highly efficient “production programming shops.” These executives must understand the goals of the enterprise and work in partnership with line executives to deploy IT to attain the organization’s goals. We shall discuss in next lectures the top IS executive’s job, looking first at the top job itself by summarizing six major responsibilities, and then exploring several ways the information systems function is evolving in organizations.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 26: Data mining

Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 26: Data mining. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: What is data mining? Why data mining? What applications? What techniques? What process? What software?


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 8: Strategic uses of information technology

In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: Strategic uses of information technology, episode two: profitability strikes back, does it still matter? working inward: business-to-employee, building an intranet, fostering a sense of belonging.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 21: Technologies for developing systems

This chapter presents the following content: Foundations of systems development, structured development, fourth-generation languages, software prototyping, computer-aided software engineering (case), object-oriented development, client-server computing.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 15: Managing telecommunications

Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 15: Managing telecommunications. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: OSI reference model, the wireless century begins, an internet of things, the role of the IS department.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 13: Distributed systems

Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 13: Distributed systems. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: An aerospace company, chubb & son insurance company, the sabre group, the IT infrastructure.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 7: Strategic uses of information technology

Use of the Internet by businesses set off a revolution in the use of IT, so that utilizing the Internet to conduct business became the strategic use of information technology. The questions that remain are: Has the revolution ended, or does an even larger revolution loom? Does IT still matter?, and What sorts of strategic uses are companies making?


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 24: Knowledge management and business intelligence

In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: Knowledge management: types, definitions, activities, cycle; what is business intelligence (BI); core capabilities of BI; why do companies need BI; benefits of BI; examples of BI in use; BI golden rules.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 31: Understanding a networked world

Lecture 31 - Understanding a networked world. In this chapter we will consider: Understanding a networked world, the internet mindset, where’s the value in a network? the rules of networks, moving forward, understanding users, increasing executives’ understanding of IT.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 8: Identifying and selecting systems development projects

After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe steps involved in project initiation and planning; explain the need for and contents of statement of work and baseline project plan; list and describe methods for assessing project feasibility; describe tangible vs. intangible costs and benefits, and one-time vs. recurring costs and benefits.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 9: Determining system requirements

After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Explain advantages and pitfalls of worker observation and document analysis, explain how computing can support requirements determination, participate in and help plan joint application design sessions.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 14: Structuring system logical requirements

Lecture 14 - Structuring system logical requirements. In this lecture, we will: Define four types of business rules, compare the capabilities of class diagrams vs. E-R diagrams, relate data modeling to process and logic modeling.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 2: Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

In this lecture we will continue our discussion on SDLC. Precisely, we will talk about the problems with the existing waterfall approach. We will also see some other SDLC: Methodologies.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 18: Finalizing design specifications

We today’s lecture we will: Designed graphical user interfaces, discuss how design specifications vary based on system development methodology, define quality requirements and write quality requirement statements, read and understand a structure chart, explain the roles of prototyping and CASE tools in design specifications, discuss the application of design specifications to Agile Methodologies.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 13: Structuring system logical requirements

In this chapter you will learn: Defined key data modeling terms; drew entity-relationship (E-R) and class diagrams to represent common business situations; explained the role of conceptual data modeling in is analysis and design; distinguished between unary, binary, and ternary relationships.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 12: Structuring system logical requirements

We today’s lecture we will: Use structured English as a tool for representing steps in logical processes in data flow diagrams; use decision tables and decision trees to represent logical choice in conditional statements; select among structured English, decision tables, and decision trees.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 16: Designing forms and reports

In this lecture we: Explained the process of form and report design, applied general guidelines for formatting forms and reports, used color and know when color improves the usability of information, explained how to assess usability and describe factors affecting usability.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 1: The systems development environment

This chapter presents the following content: Information systems analysis and design, different types of information systems, the information systems development life cycle (SDLC). In this chapter students will be able to understand and distinguish between different types of information systems, to understand and distinguish between different SDLC.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 23: System implementation

In this chapter we talked about: Explain and contrast four types of system maintenance; describe factors affecting maintenance costs; describe maintenance management issues, including organizational structure, quality measurement, change management, and configuration management; explain the role of CASE tools for system maintenance.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 4: The origins of software

After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Explain outsourcing, describe six different sources of software, discuss how to evaluate off-the-shelf software, explain reuse and its role in software development.


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