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What is the difference between information technology (IT) and information systems (IS)?

It is often observed that term information system and information technology are used interchangeably. Precisely, information technology (IT) is a subset of information systems (IS). 267 more words

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What does information technology (IT) mean to organization(s) these days?

The importance and use of information technologies has grown significantly in every organization. Information technology are used by organizations to perform various tasks such as data management and transaction processing, it also facilitate the communication internally by creating information sharing environment and externally with clients, suppliers, distributors and regulatory agencies… 196 more words

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Corymbus - Chapter 1

Corvin Duvall embarks on another mission that will take him across the galaxy, from the sun-scorched world of Braxis to the towering ecumenopolis of Huros III, tracking a shadowy organisation that has framed him for a murder that threatens all-out war. 4,112 more words

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The difference between Information technology (IT) and Information System (IS)data

Information Systems

Information systems is an umbrella term for the systems, people and processes designed to create, store, manipulate, distribute and disseminate information.


transaction processing systems, customer relationship systems, business intelligence systems and knowledge management systems. 102 more words


Information technology (IT) to individual

In this modern day and age, information technology plays a big role for individuals while growing complexity and dynamics increasing the needs of information technology by individuals. 313 more words


Zack cont...

Synopsis: Michelle had been hearing voices. She was looking around the art room to see if anyone else had heard them as well, only one boy, Zack seemed to notice. 198 more words

Mental Health

The Far Shores of Ixamil: A New Dawn - Chapter 1

Iku often spoke of what those moments were like when “the object” first washed ashore. He spoke of how much his feelings of the event have changed since that fateful day, how he’s gone through phases of anger, regret, and self-blame before once again coming to peace with it. 8,400 more words

A New Dawn