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If a company uses information systems, then they must also enact a company policy to protect that information. For instance, sensitive information cannot be made public to all employees.
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insider information Insider information is any information that might affect the public stock price of that company and is considered proprietary ( pr…ivate) until it is made public (actually published) by at least one public media, such as a wire service like Rueters. Before it is made public no one may make a stock trade based on that information, such as the board members, that would give the president and board members an unfair advantage over the individual stock buyers and the markets would not be considered a stable place. Thirty minutes after the wire service has published the information, any one may trade the stock, buy or sell depending on what the information was.
ISS is system helps organisations to manimize cost and maximise proft... And also make organisations work properly in modern way like fust easy to use and time
Information systems affect organization by creating a better working environment. They provide support for business operations, help with product development, build relati…onships with customers and suppliers, and help with the business model itself.
Because one of the references needed in decision making, may it be; to expand, to improve, to acquire, to drop or to position, is: accurate and reliable information.
What Major retail store Barnes and Noble and providing information on the overall corporate strategy?
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A. A. Is the same for all companies. / B. B. Is determined by generally accepted accounting principles. / C. C. …Depends on the source documents used in the accounting process. / D. D. Typically begins with balance sheet accounts. / E. E. Typically begins with income statement accounts. /
In an era where information is critical, the emphasis is on speed, flexibility, technical expertise, and innovation. These factors drive business processes and affect the bott…om line.
Information must be used in corporate planning. A history of monthly sales can help the Corporation plan for its yearly budget. Information regarding the average age of their …customer can help the Corporation plan for its product line.
depend on the security and access given to the authority and the maintence and security softwares installed upto date
Which audit can be performed by a company's accounting department on their information technology systems?
To create recognition that people will remember easily and can refer other people they know to buy items from this brand. Since people are already familiar with the corporate …branding, they will be more willing to buy new products from this brand.