INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS, Third Edition 
Gaspar/Bierman/Kolari/Hise/Smith/Arreola-Risa

Video Labs: Chapter #17-Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems & Its Functions

 

A Management Information System is a computer‐based information system which is used to manage the direct resources needed for creating, storing, and distributing information in a business organization. In an accompanying video for chapter 17, titled “1‐What is an Information System”, the student was first introduced to the need of information systems in general, and second to the reason why businesses need information systems as well. In this video, the student is exposed in a graphical and practical way to the various functions served by a Management Information System. Run Time: 2:37

What is an Information System?

 

A Management Information System is a computer‐based information system which is used to manage the direct resources needed for creating, storing, and distributing information in a business organization. This video introduces the student first to the need of information systems in general, and second to the reason why businesses need information systems as well. Run Time: 2:58

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What Is A Supercomputer?e to COVID-19

Modern computers can be classified as mainframe computers, midrange computers, and supercomputers. This video introduces the newest supercomputer called SUMMIT. Run Time: 3:01

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Healthcare Heroes/Information Systems

As a result of COVID-19, the Desktop Support Manager at UW Health had plan and execute in short order a major hardware and software deployment of laptops due to COVID-19. Run Time: 0:52

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