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Past Exam for BCIS 3610 - Basic Information Systems with White at North Texas (UNT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 1
Professor:White
Class:BCIS 3610 - Basic Information Systems
Subject:Business Computers and Information Systems
University:University of North Texas
Term:Fall 2009
Keywords:
  • Progression
  • Database Model
  • Information
  • Scalability
  • Transactional
  • Network Card
  • Organization
  • Combination
  • Data Modeling
  • Telecommunication
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BCIS 3610: Exam One 1. The first step in formally managing in project of any size: goal 2. Scope refers to all work involved in created the products of the project and the processes used to create them 3. Examples of a Task within a LAN installation include purchasing new equipment and wiring the office 4. An estimated duration appears with a Question mark after the duration 5. Tasks that must be completed before a task can be started are called Predecessors. 6. A conference room is an example of what? Resource 7. Working days appear White on the standard calendar 8. Before editing or entering the contents of a cell in the table, you must select it to make it the Active cell. 9. The default unit of measurement for duration is d (day). 10. If you are not sure how to long to enter for a task’s duration and want to be reminded to study it later, enter a Question mark (?) after the duration entry. 11. A Milestone has a zero duration. 12. In order to use important project management techniques such as critica...

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