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Multiple choice questions

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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
An information system always:

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Question 2.
Operating systems software is primarily aimed at supporting business users in their tasks.

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Question 3.
Operating systems software is primarily aimed at controlling the operation of system components such as input and output devices and the processor.

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Question 4.
An example of an information to support strategic management is:

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Question 5.
An example of an information to support operational management is:

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Question 6.
An example of an information to support tactical management is:

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Question 7.
Which type of software is focused on supporting communication, collaboration and coordination?

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Question 8.
An application used in an organization which runs on a managed server external to the company is best known as:

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Question 9.
The criterion used to assess how user and business needs are met in software is:

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Question 10.
E-business software is best defined as to manage:

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