Information Management

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  • Identify the components of an information system (IS) using the five-component framework, and provide a brief summary of each.
  • Explain Porter’s five forces model.
  • Management IS (MIS) incorporate software and hardware technologies to provide useful information for decision-making. Explain each of the following IS, and use at least one example in each to support your discussion:
    •  a collaboration information system,
    •  a database management system,
    •  a content management system,
    •  a knowledge management/expert system,
    •  a customer relationship management system,
    •  an enterprise resource planning system,
    •  a social media IS,
    •  a business intelligence/decision support system, and
    •  an enterprise IS.
  • Identify and discuss one technical and one human safeguard to protect against IS security threats.
  • There are several processes that can be used to develop IS and applications such as systems development life cycle (SDLC) and scrum (agile development). Provide a brief description of SDLC and scrum, and then discuss at least one similarity and one difference between SDLC and scrum
  • Sum up your paper by discussing the importance of MIS.

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