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explain the five parts of information system
Explain the five parts of an information system: people, procedures, software, hardware, and data. [www.chesapeake.edu/hill/cis109/learning.htm] Weegy: Anything else?
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Weegy: Explain the five parts of an information system: people, procedures, software, hardware, and data.
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User: what part do people play in this system

Weegy: People use the system



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