Q1. The network administrator is often involved in selecting and implementing network security measures such as firewalls and access codes.Solution
Q2. The information systems that IT specialists develop and maintain affect our physical and financial well-being tremendously.
Q3. Synergy occurs when combined resources produce output equal to the sum of the outputs of the same resources employed seperately.
Q4. With the proper technology and management methods, it seems that some energetic people can gain ____ where others have been hurting.
a. enhanced service
b. impressive performance
c. massive automation
d. strategic advantage
Q5. A company that undertakes reengineering along with implementing a new SIS can always tell whether the SIS was successful.
Q6. Business competition is no longer limited to a particular country or even a region of the world.
Q7. To increase the sale of goods and services, companies must regard their own countries as their market.
Q8. ____ were among the early adopters of IT and have not changed much of their software.
a. Agricultural companies
b. Food companies
c. Insurance companies
d. Oil companies
Q9. CAD and CAM systems are productivity tools used by _____.
c. Financial Professionals
d. HR Professionals
Q10. Because ____ packages are not tailored to the needs of specific clients, they often require adjustment and fine-tuning for specific organizations.
Q11. The master production schedule (MPS) specifies how production capacity is to be used to meet customer demands and maintain inventories.
Q12. ERP packages are always quite simple.
Q13. Minimizing ____ is key to maintaining a competitive edge: it leaves competitors insufficient time to introduce their own products first. ISs can contribute significantly to this effort.
a. lead time
b. market time
c. production time
d. tracking time
Q14. When referring to memory, ROM means:
a. Read Ordered Memory
b. Read Only Memory
c. Read Open Memory
d. Run Only Memory
Q15. ____ causes pain in the forearms due to swelling and pressure on the median nerve passing through the wrist.
a. Carpal tunnel syndrome
c. Tunnel syndrome
Q16. PDAs are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and typically a stylus (a penlike pointing and drawing device) is used to enter data through a touch screen.
Q17. _____ should be considered by managers to ensure that newer hardware is compatible with older hardware.
a. Backward compatibility
b. Forward compatibility
c. Integrative compatibility
d. Reverse compatibility
Q18. Footprint is one of the major reasons for adopting flat-panel monitors when they first appeared on the market.
Q19. A standard group of eight bytes makes up a bit.
Q20. Word processors, electronic spreadsheets, Web browsers, project management tools, collaborative work programs, and many other types of ____ are software that runs on computers and enables workers to produce more products and services in a given amount of time.
a. system tools
b. programmer tools
c. productivity tools
d. protocol tools
Q21. Useful open source applications include the popular Web browser Mozilla Firefox, the e-mail application Thunderbird, the relational database management server MySQL, and the powerful programming language ____.
Q22. The software industry established two organizations to protect software developers from piracy: ____ and the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA).
a. Business Anti-Piracy Association (BAPA)
b. Business Software Alliance (BSA)
c. Defeat Piracy Institute (DPI)
d. Software Industry Alliance (SIA)
Q23. In addition to performing input and output services and controlling the CPU, many OSs perform accounting and statistical jobs.
Q24. The factors to be considered when purchasing large software packages such as ERP software are significantly less complex.
Q25. With the advent of 3rd generation languages programmers no longer need to actually write code.