What is the difference between computer information technology and computer information systems?
Computer Information Technology refers to hardware (PC's,
servers, networks etc) and the associated operating system software
(broadly computer software in general can or could be referred to
as a form of information technology). Computer Information
Systems are a type of computer software used for the collection
of raw data on to which queries can be asked. The output of the
queries would then be termed as Information (and may be presented
in the form of pie charts, line graphs etc).