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Unit Three

Information and Communication Systems

an abbreviation for application; piece of software that can run on the internet, on a computer, phone, or other electronic device Apps
a group discussion technique that is used to generate as many ideas as possible for solving a problem Brainstorming
a program that permits you to navigate and view web pages Browser
the means by which a message is conveyed Channel of Communication
the top computer executive Chief Information Officer (CIO)
refers to the sharing of information which results in a high degree of understanding between the messages, sender, and receiver Communication
a structure through which information flows in a business Communication network
a situation that develops when one person interferes with the achievement of another's goals Conflict
doing business online E-commerce
an electronic form of communication E-mail
a science of adapting equipment to the work and health needs of people Ergonomics
an exact copy of reproduction; duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio Facsimile (FAX)
a system using special software that screens people who enter or exit a network by requesting passwords Firewall
a service that provides internet access Internet Service Provider (ISP)
integrates data from various departments to make it available to help managers with daily business operations Management Information System (MIS)
a small computer-like device that can send and receive messages wirelessly Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)
a program that assists in locating information on the internet Search engine
a computer that stores data and application software for all computing workstations in a single building or building complex Server
virtual communities for people interested in sharing information about themselves with others Social networking
exchange of information over distances by electronic name Telecommunications
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