1.1 Explain the purpose of storing and retrieving required information 1.2 Describe different information systems and their main features 1.3 Explain the purpose of legal and organisational requirements for the security and confidentiality of information 1.4 Explain the purpose of confirming information to be stored and retrieved 1.5 Describe ways of checking information for accuracy
1.6 Explain the purpose of checking information for accuracy 1.7 Explain the purpose of providing information to agreed format and timescales 1.8 Describe the types of information that may be deleted
1.9 Describe problems that may occur with information systems and how to deal with them, when necessary
Explain the purpose of storing and retrieving required information By storing information it is easier for when the information needs retrieving in the future. Depending on the type of information it can be stored in either fireproof cabinet for hard copies of hard disks. All files have to be stored following all the confidentiality procedures and protected according to data protection act. By retrieving information is allows a business to provide quality service for the right person, with all the required information in hand. Only if data is stored in a procedural manner it can be easily retrieved. Information could be retrieved for marketing purposes, for communication or monitoring purposes. Storage and retrieval of data contributes to the improvement in performance of a company. Describe different information systems and their main features Information systems are the collection of hardware and software network, data and procedures that people and organisation use for the information storage and retrieval procedure. It also helps improve efficiency and effectiveness of an organisation. Earlier information system consisted of 3 types;
1. Transaction Processing System – This system is responsible for processing day to day business transactions and is used by frontline...
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