An information system is the main tool that serves the goal of an organization. It is more than just technology and should cover a wider range of perspectives.

From a user’s point of view, an information system is considered as a processing system that manipulates data in forms and reports, from a manager’s point of view, an information system is considered as a tool to create strategic plans and competitive edge and from a developer’s point of view, it is considered as a system developed by programming languages, networking technologies, and databases.

Information System Building Blocks - System Analysis and Design

In this “Information System Building Blocks - System Analysis and Design” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction to Information System Building Blocks
  2. The Product Information System
  3. A Framework for System Development Architecture
  4. Knowledge Building Blocks
  5. Process Building Blocks
  6. Communication Building Blocks
  7. Network Technologies and the IS Building Blocks
  8. Client Computers, Server Computers, Network Interface, Cable, Switches, Wireless Networks, Network Software

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