information technology or telecommunications systems, services and networks.
The function within a business organization that facilitates data processing and enables the resulting information to be made available to employees who need it. Also known as information technology. TO TOP
Consist of infrastructure, physical and hardware components, software, people, procedures (manual and automated), and data.
The unit of LA which manages all computer and media systems, including closed circuit television, within the Capitol. Formerly known as "OLIS," but not to be confused with the OLIS 2000 computer system.
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That part of an organization responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of computer-based systems. Also known as information technology, information systems technology or data processing.
1. That part of an organization responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of computer-based systems. 2. A defined and interacting collection of data, automated procedures and processes, along with the organized deployment of people, machines and other resources that carry out those procedures and processes. (Synonyms: Information Technology; Data Processing)
Computer and communications hardware and software used to supply information rather than, for example, control machines. Often used interchangeably with information technology.
A generic term that includes any system that handles information. Computer equipment, networks, software all form part of Information Systems.
A system for managing and processing information, usually computer-based. Also, a functional group within a business that manages the development and operations of the business's information systems.
Encompasses automated means of originating, processing, storing, and communicating information, and includes recording devices, communications systems, computer systems (including hardware and software components and data), and other electronic devices.
Information Systems is the discipline concerned with the development, use, application and influence of information systems. An information system, following a definition of Langefors (e.g., see ), is a technologically implemented medium for recording, storing, and disseminating linguistic expressions, as well as for drawing conclusions from such expressions.