c. When using GIS, you can enter raw data to manage your data more efficiently d. To print specific things, you can send raw data directly to the printer. 3. Give three business examples of data that must be processed to provide useful information e. Limiting quantities
f. Transferring data
g. Securing information
4. Give three examples of subsystems not operating in the context of IT. Why are these considered subsystems and not systems? h. Inventory control
i. Shipment control
j. Production control
i. They all are considered subsystems because they all contribute to meet the main goal of the system 5. How do TPSs and DSSs differ?
k. TPS records transactions whereas DSS helps make decisions 6. What is the problem? Give an example of a business problem and discuss how a computer-based information system could solve it. l. When designing a website, data is no use unless the information system can create useful information by processing the data through data manipulation. 7. What is synergy? How is synergy accomplished when a person uses a computer? Explain the connection between synergy and increased productivity. m. Synergy is when computers and humans work together to produce outputs that exceeds the sum of the output. Computers cannot act make decisions, they need a human to make the decisions so when a human uses the computer synergy takes place. Synergy and increased productivity is similar because humans make many mistakes and are slow but when they use a computer, they become more efficient. 8. “An information system consists of hardware and software.” Why is this statement...