Data is individual elements of transaction Information is data with meaning for decision making System is simply as a set of elements joined together for a common objective Information System is set of procedures organized to generate information MIS is designed to process information for effective planning and tactical decision making
Evolution: Before the concept of MIS was created, computer programmers are just creating applications for science and with calculations As computer usage evolved in fields of business and data management, software applications were need to process non- scientific data Needed a field of study to bridge the gap between computer programmers and business world.
Mainframe processing of data: In 1939, Dr. John V. Atanasoff & his asst. Clifford Berry, constructed first electronic digital computer. This invention led to a career field established as computer science.
ENIAC computer(1944): ENIAC played a role in development of atomic bomb Developed for applying computers in other areas of education, business and every day life
Creation of Business Applications for Industry: In 1952, the evolving punch card system created by IBM would change the way Govt, business & education would perceive the way that data way to be processed. In late 1950’s and 1960’s computers would start to integrate into other areas of society, accounting, retail sales, transportation and online services would benefit from the advent and use of computers.
Creation of MIS field (1970): Still a language problem between programmers and business people who wanted certain applications developed for their business. The idea was to create “Workforce who could bridge the communication & technical gaps between management & computer programmers”.
MIS network: From 1980 to present, there has been an explosion of technology in field of IS The concept of MIS has expanded to include data mining, data retrieved sciences, and technology used in every day devices Computers have assisted centuries into information age by merging concept through various MIS applications
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