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What are the capabilities and limitations of a password?
Weegy: Capabilities: Speed: With a speed reaching up to fifty million operations per second, a computer can process data faster than any other machine designed to perform a similar task. [ That is, adding two numbers is considered as one operation. Repetitiveness: A computer can perform the same operation a million times in exactly the same way. The various operations are executed automatically by way of stored computer programs. Accuracy: High-speed processing by a computer is accompanied by high-accuracy results. A computer can be considered 100% accurate. The electronic circuitry of computers is such that, when the machines are fed with correct instructions or data and when the incoming data is error-free, the accuracy of the output is relatively assured. Determining if a certain statement is true or false. Based on the result of the first step, choosing one or the other course of action out of the alternatives provided in the computer program. Logical operations: The computer can make a decision based on alternative courses of action. The decisions of a computer are, however, dependent on the programs prepared for it by the programmer. A decision consists of two steps, namely: Compact Storage: A computer has the ability to store large amounts of data in compact and easily retrievable form. It can store data at a very high speed. Discipline: Discipline means that a computer can self-check and self-operate. A computer self-checks when it verifies the accuracy of its won work by means of a parity check. In a parity check, the computer counts the number of characters it has stored to make sure that there will be no loss of data during processing. In self-operation, a computer is capable of executing instructions on its own, without human intervention, once the program and the data re fed into the computer's memory. Limitations: A computer cannot generate information on its own. While it is true that a computer has ... (More)
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Most organizations today have a mixture of functional and integrated systems. true or false
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Lead tracking is an application that is traditionally run in the functional area of: (Points : 3) sales and marketing. accounting and finance. human resources. operations. manufacturing.
Weegy: The answer to your question is: B. Accounting and finance. (More)
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Lead tracking is an application that is traditionally run in the functional area of: (Points : 3) sales and marketing. accounting and finance. human resources. operations. manufacturing.
Weegy: The answer to your question is: B. Accounting and finance. User: Customer service systems are part of the __________________ systems. (Points : 3) operations manufacturing HR orders management Weegy: operations (More)
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When functional systems are isolated, business processes are: (Points : 3) incomplete. outdated. redundant. disjointed.
Weegy: No they are dependant. The reason being that disjoint means that 2 events can not occur at the same time. You can not be in Sydney and Los Angeles at the same time. [ [ So if you are in Sydney, then you can not be in Los Angeles and visa versa, however you can be in neither place. So you being in Sydney is dependant on you being in Los Angeles. I hope that is clear. ] ] (More)
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