Advance Knowladge Of Hardware And Software By Wikki Verma

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hardware Hardware refers to the physical elements of a computer. Also referred to as the machinery or the equipment of the computer. Examples of hardware in a computer are the keyboard, the monitor, the mouse and the processing unit However, most of a computer's hardware cannot be seen; in other words, it is not an external element of the computer, but rather an internal one, surrounded by the computer's casing. A computer's hardware is comprised of many different parts, but perhaps the most important of these is the motherboard. The motherboard is made up of even more parts that power and control the computer.

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Hardware and Software :

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 1 Hardware and Software Chapter 2

Principles and Learning Objectives:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 2 Principles and Learning Objectives Information system users must work closely with information system professionals to define business needs, evaluate options, and select the hardware and software that provide a cost-effective solution to those needs. Identify and discuss the role of the essential hardware components of a computer system. List and describe popular classes of computer systems and discuss the role of each. Outline the role of the operating system and discuss how operating systems have evolved over time. Identify and briefly describe the functions of the two basic kinds of software.

Principles and Learning Objectives:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 3 Principles and Learning Objectives Organizations do not develop proprietary application software unless doing so will meet a compelling business need that can provide a competitive advantage. Discuss how application software can support personal, workgroup, and enterprise business objectives. Identify three basic approaches to developing application software.

Principles and Learning Objectives:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 4 Principles and Learning Objectives End users and IS professionals use a programming language whose functional characteristics are appropriate to the task at hand. Outline the overall evolution of programming languages and highlight the differences between programming languages used by end users and IS professionals.

Principles and Learning Objectives:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 5 Principles and Learning Objectives The information system industry continues to undergo constant change; users need to be aware of recent trends and issues in software licensing to be effective in their business and personal life. Identify several key issues and trends in licensing that have an impact on organizations and individuals.

Computer System Components:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 6 Computer System Components

Basic Types of Memory Chips:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 7 Basic Types of Memory Chips

Types of Secondary Storage:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 8 Types of Secondary Storage

Hard Disc:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 9 Hard Disc

Storage Area Network:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 10 Storage Area Network

Digital Versatile Disc Player:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 11 Digital Versatile Disc Player

Expandable Storage:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 12 Expandable Storage

Output Devices:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 13 Output Devices Display Monitors Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) Printers and Plotters Music Devices

Laser Printer:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 14 Laser Printer

Role of the Operating System:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 15 Role of the Operating System

Summary of Programming Languages:

Fundamentals of Information Systems, Second Edition 16 Summary of Programming Languages

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