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IS Chapter 15

What describes how products in a network increase in value to users as the number of users increase? RSS Network effect Mcommerce Mashup editor Network effect
What is a system that consists of nonproprietary hardware and software based on publicly known standards that allows third parties to create add-on products to plug into or interoperate with the system? Open system Reputation system Management system Knowledge system Open system
What is a component of Web 3.0 that describes things in a way that computers can understand? Sustaining web Social web Social tagging Semantic web Semantic web
Which of the below is not an example of a social bookmarking website? StumbleUpon All of these Facebook Del.icio.us Facebook
What are the two categories that include intellectual and knowledge-based assets? Open knowledge and closed knowledge Efficient knowledge and tacit knowledgeExplicit knowledge and tacit knowledge Intelligent knowledge and explicit knowledge Explicit knowledge and tacit knowledge
What is the ability to purchase goods and services through a wireless Internet-enabled device? EcommerceMeconomics Ebusiness model Mobile business Mobile business
What statement below describes Web 3.0’s feature that ensures the “integration of legacy devices”? The ability for software to be distributed and accessed from anywhere. The design of websites and other software so they can be easily integrated and work together. The design of software to be easily integrated and work together. The ability to use current devices such as iPhones and laptops as credit cards or tickets. The ability to use current devices such as iPhones and laptops as credit cards or tickets.
What is the type of knowledge that is contained in people’s heads? Explicit knowledge Virtual knowledge Tacit knowledge Pure knowledge Tacit knowledge
What is the difference between asynchronous and synchronous communication? Asynchronous communication includes instant messaging. Synchronous communication includes email. Asynchronous is communication that does not occur at the same time. Synchronous communication occurs at the same time. Asynchronous is real-time communication. Synchronous is one-way technology. Asynchronous communication is fast and instant. Synchronous communication is collected at a single point in time. Asynchronous is communication that does not occur at the same time. Synchronous communication occurs at the same time.
How would a company like Flickr use social tagging on its website? By selecting the keywords to associate with each image a customer uploads. By allowing users to upload images and tag the images with their own keywords. By building a tagging game for customers to participate in. By applying keywords that do not match user content. By allowing users to upload images and tag the images with their own keywords.
How would you categorize mobile entertainment, mobile sales, mobile ticketing, and mobile banking? McommerceAll of these Mbusiness Mobile business All of these
What are the four most common Business 2.0 characteristics? Content sharing, user-contributed content, competition elimination, and web browser organization.Content sharing through open source, specialist-contributed content only, collaboration inside the community, and specialized collaboration.Content sharing through open source, user-contributed content, collaboration inside the organization, and collaboration outside the organization. Consumer sharing through open systems, company-contributed content, collaboration inside the organization, and collaboration throughout the organization. Content sharing through open source, user-contributed content, collaboration inside the organization, and collaboration outside the organization.
What are the two basic functions that social networking sites provide? The ability to create and maintain a profile that is your online identity and create connections between other people within the network. The ability to create and publish your own software. The ability to capture and create URLs and RSSs. The ability to create URLs and edit RSS software. The ability to create and maintain a profile that is your online identity and create connections between other people within the network.
Using the collective power of a community to identify and classify content significantly _________ content categorization costs. balances lowers eliminates raises lowers
What does API stand for? Application Provider for the Internet Asynchronous Programming InformationApplication Programming Interface Asynchronous Protocol Interaction Application Programming Interface
eBay buyers voluntarily comment to other users and sellers on the quality of service, promptness of shipping, and their general satisfaction with the product. This is one of the most popular examples of user-generated content and is called a(n) ____________. knowledge system user-generated sales cycle explicit system reputation system reputation system
One of the most famous examples of wiki vandalism occurred when a false biography entry stated which of the following? Michael Jackson and Madonna were siblings.John Seigenthaler Sr. was assistant to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy in the early 1960s and was involved in Kennedy’s assassination as well as JFK’s. Madonna and Britney Spears are sisters. JFK and Robert Kennedy were the same person. John Seigenthaler Sr. was assistant to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy in the early 1960s and was involved in Kennedy’s assassination as well as JFK’s.
Ebusiness was characterized by a few companies or users posting content for the masses. What characterizes Business 2.0? A select few posting specific content for the masses. The masses posting content for a select few. The masses posting content for the masses. A select few posting content for high-level executives only. The masses posting content for the masses.
What is an SNA? Social needs analysis Strong network applicationSocial networking analysis Steady network area Social networking analysis
What is the most common form of collective intelligence found inside the organization? Knowledge management Tagging Crowdsourcing Tacit management Knowledge management

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