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Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 22: System implementation

Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 22: System implementation. We today’s lecture we will: Describe the process of coding, testing, and system conversion; prepare a test plan for an information system; apply installation strategies.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 10: Determining system requirements

After studying this chapter you will be able to: Understand logical process modeling via data flow diagrams (DFDs); draw DFDs of well-structured process models; decompose DFDs into lower-level diagrams; balance high-level and low-level DFDs; explain differences between current physical, current logical, new physical, and new logical DFDs. use DFDs for analyzing information systems. explain use cases and use case diagrams.


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

In this chapter: 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 14: Structuring system logical requirements

In this chapter we talked about structuring system logical requirements. We today’s lecture we will: Define four types of business rules, talk about the class diagrams, compare the capabilities of class diagrams vs. E-R diagrams, relate data modeling to process and logic modeling.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 6: Managing the information systems project

In this we talked about: Project management activities during project initiation, planning, execution, and closedown; critical path scheduling, gantt charts, and network diagrams were discussed and explained; the utility of commercial project management software tools were also explained.


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

We today’s lecture we will: Explain the process of form and report design; apply general guidelines for formatting forms and reports; use color and know when color improves the usability of information; format text, tables, and lists effectively; explain how to assess usability and describe factors affecting usability.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 11: Determining system requirements

After studying this chapter you will be able to: Balance high-level and low-level DFDs; explain differences between current physical, current logical, new physical, and new logical DFDs; use DFDs for analyzing information systems; explain use cases and use case diagrams.


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 26: Systems analysts

Learning objectives of this chapter include: Describe the organizational roles involved in information systems development, discuss analytical skills required for success as a systems analyst, discuss technical skills required for success as a systems analyst.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 19: eXtensible Markup Language (XML) (part II)

Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 19: eXtensible Markup Language (XML) (part II). In this chapter students will be able to: XML elements are extensible, XML attributes, XML namespaces, XML encoding, viewing XML files.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 20: eXtensable Markup Language (XML) (part III)

In this chapter students will be able to: review the basics of creating an XML document, imposing structure on XML documents using document type definition DTD, strengthening the data-modeling capabilities of XML using XML Schemas.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 13: E-commerce marketing (part I)

In this chapter students will be able to: Describe the major B2B business models, recognize business models in other emerging areas of e-commerce, understand key business concepts and strategies applicable to e-commerce.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 14: E-commerce marketing (part II)

In this chapter students will be able to understand key business concepts and strategies applicable to e-commerce. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: Why not buy online? Trust, utility, and opportunism in online markets; basic marketing concepts; products, brands, and the branding process; web transaction logs; tracking files.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 16: B2B E-commerce - Supply chain management and collaborative commerce

In this chapter students will be able to: B2B e-commerce & supply chain management, the growth of B2B- industry forecasts, potential benefits of B2B e-commerce, types of procurement, the role of existing legacy computer systems,...


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 3: The internet and the web (part I)

In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Define the origin and evolution of the internet, identify the key technology concepts behind the internet describe the role of internet protocols and utility programs 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 Business system development - Lecture 3: Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

In this chapter you will learn: We will continue our discussion on SDLC and will further discuss its phases, we will talk about the object oriented approach for the SDLC, we will also compare different methodologies amongst each other.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 2: History business management information system

After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Historical background of information system, information system today, terminology related to MIS and IS, types of information systems, early history of IS with other disciplines.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 1: Introduction

This chapter presents the following content: Technologies for developing systems, management issues in system development, supporting decision making, supporting collaboration, supporting knowledge work, the challenges ahead.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 14: Managing telecommunications

In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: Introduction, the evolving telecommunications scene, a new telecommunications infrastructure is being built, the telecom industry is being transformed, the internet is the network of choice, digital convergence has become a reality, the OSI reference model underlies today’s networks, the rate of change is accelerating.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 16: Managing information resources

Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 16: Managing information resources. This chapter presents the following content: Managing data, the three-level database model, four data models, getting corporate data into shape, managing information, four types of information, data warehouses, document management, content management.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 11: Information systems planning

Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 11: Information systems planning. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: critical success factors, competitive forces model, the five competitive forces that shape strategy, porter three strategies competitive forces, five forces analysis of the internet,...


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

Lecture Business system development - Lecture 1: The systems development environment. In this lecture we learned about: Information systems analysis and design, the different types of information systems, the phases in the information Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC).


Lecture note Business system development - Lecture 29: A complete business case study (Pine valley furniture)

In this chapter we talked about: We have considered a business case study of pine valley furniture; we explored all the initial activities for this business system development; described activities of the different phases of object-oriented development; compared object-oriented modeling with traditional systems development approaches; developed dynamic models with state, interaction, and activity diagrams; modeled real-world applications with UML.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 29: A complete business case study (Pine valley furniture)

Lecture Business system development - Lecture 29: A complete business case study (Pine valley furniture). In this lecture we talked about: We have considered a business case study of pine valley furniture, We explored all the initial activities for this business system development.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 27: System analyst

In this lecture we talked about: Discussed management skills required for success as a systems analyst, discussed interpersonal skills required for success as a systems analyst, described the systems analysis profession.


Lecture Business system development - Lecture 31: Course revision

This chapter presents the following content: Introduction, a modern approach to systems analysis and design, types of information systems and systems development, systems development life cycle (SDLC), SDLC maintenance phase, alternatives to traditional waterfall SDLC,...


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 30: PHP (part II)

After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: PHP comparison operators, PHP conditional statements, PHP - The if...else statement, the PHP switch statement, the PHP while loop, the PHP foreach loop,...


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 7: Building e-commerce web sites (part II)

In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Describe the major issues surrounding the decision to outsource site development and/or hosting, Identify and understand the major considerations involved in choosing web server and e-commerce merchant server software, understand the issues involved in choosing the most appropriate hardware for an e-commerce site, identify additional tools that can improve Web site performance.


Lecture E-Commerce - Chapter 8: Building e-commerce web sites (part III)

In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Understand the issues involved in choosing the most appropriate hardware for an e-commerce site, rightsizing hardware platforms for the site, rightsizing e commerce connections, identify additional tools that can improve Web site performance.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 28: Management issues in systems development

Lecture 28 - Management issues in systems development. The topics discussed in this chapter are: Project management, what is project management, the job of a project manager, change management, risk management, tips for good IT project management.


Lecture Business management information system - Lecture 29: Supporting collaboration

The topics discussed in this chapter are: Teams: the basis of organizations, understanding groups, characteristics of groups, types of groups, communities of practice, network armies, systems to support collaboration, managing collaboration in virtual organizations.


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