Chapter 7 – study questions 1-10, Exercise 2 ( from Information Systems for Business and Beyond textbook)
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Information Systems for
Business and Beyond (2019)

Information systems, their use in business, and the
larger impact they are having on our world.

DAVID BOURGEOIS

JOSEPH MORTATI, SHOUHONG WANG,
AND JAMES SMITH

Information Systems for Business and Beyond (2019) by David Bourgeois is licensed
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the Open Textbook Challenge funded by the Saylor Foundation. This 2019

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Information Systems for
Business and Beyond

Updated edition: August 1, 2019

DAVID T. BOURGEOIS, PH.D.

JAMES L. SMITH, PH.D.

SHOUHONG WANG, PH.D.

JOSEPH MORTATI, MBA

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except where otherwise noted.

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Book Contributors

Information Systems for Business and Beyond was originally
developed in 2014 by David T. Bourgeois Ph.D.

Updates for the 2019 edition were graciously contributed by:

• James L. Smith Ph.D. (all chapters)

• Shouhong Wong, Ph.D. (chapters 4 and 8)

• Joseph Mortati, MBA (chapter 10)

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Changes from Previous
Edition

Information Systems for Business and Beyond was written by Dr.
David Bourgeois and originally published in 2014 as part of the

Open Textbook Challenge at the Saylor Foundation. Since then, it

has been accessed thousands of time and used in many courses

worldwide. This 2019 update to the textbook brings it up to date

and adds many new topics. True to its open textbook roots, many

of the updates have come from the community of instructors and

practitioners who are passionate about information systems. See

the page Book Contributors to see the primary contributors to this

edition. A majority of the changes listed below were made by Dr.

James Smith, who did a revision to this text in 2018.

Here is a summary of the changes made:

Overall

• New and updated images, especially those related to statistics,

in order to bring them up to date.

• References brought up to date.

• Added labs for every chapter.

• Added an index.

• Editing for consistency.

Chapter 1: What is an information system?

• Added video: Blum’s fibre optic TED Talk

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