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HIS Using Information IntroductionAuthor:
Description: Refer to your notes if you need help. Ensure that you read the correct answers at the end.
Keywords: Information Systems, Using Information, , , , , online teaching
Used for decision making. Main function is to take data, process it and produce output., Nature of information that is based on numbers, Evaluating information according to its ______ means checking how free the information is from personal opinions., An example would be: Title: Mrs, A type of IS that is saved to a computer, Level of information that is largely summarised and based on external information. Top of the organisation!, Information source that originates and is processed within an organisation, An example is the results from a search engine, Type of information where every second person might be selected to complete a survey, Type of information source that comes directly from the original source, The relative importance that an organisation places on information is known as its ____ ., Level of information that is very detailed and mainly internal and based on day-to-day functions, Type of information that is summarised, Derived from information to help decision-making, Information may be evaluated according to its level of detail or how _____ it is., Nature of information that is presented following a standard layout or procedure such as a company%27s annual report, Nature of information that is based on words, Which characteristic of information is concerned with how error-free the data is?, Information may be categorised according to %22Frequency%22: Information that is generated in real-time, such as a display of a temperature in a factory, Information may be categorised according to its use. What type of use is concerned with monitoring performance against targets to ensure efficiency?,
INFORMATIONSYSTEM, STRATEGIC, ACCURACY, KNOWLEDGE, QUALITATIVE, OPERATIONAL, ELECTRONIC, SAMPLED, CONCISE, CONTROL, METADATA, AGGREGATED, CONTINUOUS, INFORMATION, OBJECTIVITY, PRIMARY, INTERNAL, VALUE, FORMAL,