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Week 5 : IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies - Homework

1. Which type of infrastructure services provides voice and video connectivity to employees, customers, and suppliers? (Points : 1)

2. Specifications that establish the compatibility of products and the ability to communicate in a network are called (Points : 1)
network standards.
telecommunications standards.
technology standards.
Internet standards.

3. _____ unleash powerful economies of scale and result in declines in manufactured computer products. (Points : 1)
Internet and web technologies
Technology standards
Linux and open-source software
Client/server technologies

4. Which model can be used to analyze the direct and indirect costs to help firms determine the actual cost of specific technology implementations? (Points : 1)
Total cost of ownership
Return on investment
Breakeven point
Cost benefit analysis

5. The practice of contracting custom software development to an outside firm is commonly referred to as (Points : 1)
service-oriented architecture.
application integration.

6. What is the act of providing hardware and software capabilities as services over the Internet? (Points : 1)
Autonomic computing
Cloud computing
Grid computing

7. In order to achieve maximum benefit from an enterprise software package, a business (Points : 1)
customizes the software to match all of its business processes.
uses only the processes in the software that match its own processes.
changes the way it works…...

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