Ch 19: MIS Basics: Homework Help

About This Chapter

The Management Information Systems (MIS) Basics chapter of this Intro to Business Homework Help course helps students complete their MIS basics homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered in your MIS basics homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your MIS basics homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Enterprise business systems
  • Information systems and resources
  • Business strategies
  • Internet communication and collaboration
  • Intranet and extranet data dissemination
  • Customer relationship and knowledge management
  • Database concepts and management
  • Data mining and warehousing
  • Decision-making tools for managers
  • Business intelligence (BI)

17 Lessons in Chapter 19: MIS Basics: Homework Help
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Enterprise Software for Business Applications

1. Enterprise Software for Business Applications

Enterprise software gives multiple users in different locations access to the same functionality. This central system ensures that information is shared across all functional areas and levels of management within an organization.

What Is an Information System?

2. What Is an Information System?

Information systems are an integral part of businesses. But what, exactly, is an information system? In this lesson, we'll define information systems and then examine the three main components of an information system.

Information Systems Resources: Networks, Hardware, Software, Data & People

3. Information Systems Resources: Networks, Hardware, Software, Data & People

What are the resources an information system needs? Discover how networks, hardware, software, data and people work together to create usable information.

Business Strategies: Market Advantages Provided by Information Systems

4. Business Strategies: Market Advantages Provided by Information Systems

What business strategies might an information system use? We'll take a look at the concepts of business process modeling, process re-engineering, total quality management and competitive advantage and see how they relate to information systems.

Internet Communication: Social Media, Email, Blog, & Chat

5. Internet Communication: Social Media, Email, Blog, & Chat

This lesson talks about how social media adds business value by building networks that enhance competitive advantage, enable the exchange of information, foster strong relationships and serve as a foundation of building professional and personal relationships irrespective of different geographical spaces and time zones.

Internet Collaboration: Second Life, VOIP, Video Conferencing, Virtual Reality & Telepresence

6. Internet Collaboration: Second Life, VOIP, Video Conferencing, Virtual Reality & Telepresence

Today, individuals and businesses are collaborating and interacting online from dispersed locations. Many technologies make it possible to communicate, learn, conduct business, and socialize with people from anywhere in the world. This lesson will discuss various Internet collaboration tools and virtual reality concepts.

Intranet and Extranet: Comparing Information and Data Dissemination

7. Intranet and Extranet: Comparing Information and Data Dissemination

Organizations rely upon intranets and extranets to share information, communicate with employees, suppliers and customers, and enable collaboration on projects. This lesson explains how intranets and extranets work. It introduces the topics of virtual private networks, tunneling and firewalls.

Customer Relationship Management: Using CRM to Focus on Customers

8. Customer Relationship Management: Using CRM to Focus on Customers

Customer relationship management (CRM) is an enterprise business system that organizations utilize to acquire, enhance, and retain relationships with customers. This lesson explores how CRM helps organizations become more customer-focused and profitable by combining functional processes with business operations.

Knowledge Management: Capture, Store & Share Information with KM

9. Knowledge Management: Capture, Store & Share Information with KM

Knowledge management makes it possible to capture, store, share and utilize the knowledge and experience of an organization. Learn about the different types of knowledge and how knowledge management is implemented in this video lesson.

What is Database Management? - How Databases Help Organizations

10. What is Database Management? - How Databases Help Organizations

Organizations use large amounts of data. Database management makes it possible to organize and analyze these data. Learn why database management is important to support business operations.

Database Concepts and Structures: The Elements That Make Up a Database

11. Database Concepts and Structures: The Elements That Make Up a Database

Learn the fundamental elements of databases and how they are structured. One common data structure is a database table, which uses records and fields to organize data.

Business Intelligence (BI): Organizing, Categorizing and Accessing Data

12. Business Intelligence (BI): Organizing, Categorizing and Accessing Data

Business Intelligence uses specialized information systems to gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. Learn about some of the specific tools used in Business Intelligence.

Management Information Systems (MIS): Manager Decision-Making Tools

13. Management Information Systems (MIS): Manager Decision-Making Tools

Management information systems help managers make effective decisions to support ongoing operations within an organization. Learn about the types of reports produced by an MIS.

Data Warehousing and Data Mining: Information for Business Intelligence

14. Data Warehousing and Data Mining: Information for Business Intelligence

Collections of databases that work together are called data warehouses. This makes it possible to integrate data from multiple databases. Data mining is used to help individuals and organizations make better decisions.

Information Privacy: Laws & Examples

15. Information Privacy: Laws & Examples

Information privacy is the protection of a customers or individuals personal information. In the lesson you will learn about information privacy, laws, examples followed by a quiz.

MIS Reports: Types, Meaning & Example

16. MIS Reports: Types, Meaning & Example

An MIS report is a tool managers use to evaluate business processes and operations. This lesson describes the different kinds of MIS reports and how they are used. It also includes a discussion of how to visually present different kinds of information.

What Is Quality Management System? - Definition & Examples

17. What Is Quality Management System? - Definition & Examples

Even if a company isn't concerned about producing a world-class product, quality still needs to be a primary goal. In this lesson, you'll learn about quality management systems - what they are, how they work, and why they are so important.

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