Management information systems

  • First before I tell you the question let’s recap things you have a overall understanding of by now:
  • The objective of this is to see how well you can use your critical thinking (putting things together from the chapters) in one solid concept of the question I will ask you below.
  • What an Information system and the wide perspective it has in our world today;
  • What all goes into creating an information system, such as hardware and software;
  • Going deep into the concepts of what a database is and types of applications an information system uses;
  • Taking quick right, we switch back and realized that information systems also have a telecommunication (Phones) and network (How hardware, aka “nodes” are connected together, and they the types of network there are;
  • And then, we took a quick left to realizing the impact an information system has in our business model of today on few levels such as:
    • Electronics,
    • Mobile,
    • Commerce,
    • Electronic Resource Planning (ERP);
  • And lastly, how information (not knowledge) is used to create what is called Decision Support Systems (DSS):
    • What an DDS is,
    • What is a “Decision” when it comes to computing, which is done by logic (a written program that is written by a human being using various types of languages),
    • And we begin to start realizing that what MIS job starts to consist of the the types of management need to deal with an information system.

The objective of this lab is to research using the Word Wide Web, and use your critical thinking skills (put all the concepts I’ve just outlined above together) and answer the following question you will find below.

Please submit a at minimum a one page, page being “page” approximately 250 words (not characters), based on a page of double-spaced Times New Roman 12-point with 1″ margins on all sides. You must cite your work.

Rubric for grading this paper, as usual, but want you to know the whole goal of this lab is to PULL Together all the concepts from chapters 1-6.

So,

  • An A paper will be at minimum one page, be correct in grammar and spelling, and be cited with more than one resource, and has applied in some way all the outlined concepts I’ve mentioned above.
  • A B paper will be at minimum one page, be correct in grammar and spelling, and be cited with more than one resource, and has applied in some way 4 out of the 6 in the outlined concepts I’ve mentioned above.
  • A C paper will be at minimum one page, be with some mistakes in grammar and spelling, and be cited with more than one resource, and has applied in some way less than 4 concepts in the outlined concepts I’ve mentioned above.
  • A D paper will be at less than one page, be with some or many mistakes in grammar and spelling, and be cited with more than one resource, and has applied in some way less than 2-4 concepts in the outlined concepts I’ve mentioned above.
  • A f paper will be at less than half page, be with many mistakes in grammar and spelling, not cited with only one resource, and has applied only one or no concepts in the outlined concepts I’ve mentioned above. And or not submitted.

So here is the topic of the paper:

In Tenghow China, the Chinese government has the capability of turning off the Internet for those who live there, how is that even possible or capable? Can we do that in America? Why or why not?

 

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